Cosmonaut Nikolai Budarin's EVA Orlan space suit glove worn during his EVA spacewalk as part of the Mir EO-25 mission, signed under the Velcro-close knuckle flap in black felt tip, “Nikolai Budarin, Mir-25.” The glove features an insulated nylon canvas outer surface and inner pressure glove with pebbled green rubber palm and fingers and smooth fingertips, serial numbered on the wrist [Cyrillic characters approximated], "??-10K-2-1060025,” and the inner metal ring, designed for secure connection to the main suit, marked inside, "No. 01740038, ??????." The glove additionally features the presence of two Mir stamps. In fine condition, with expected wear from use. Budarin was a veteran of three extended space missions aboard the Mir Space Station and the International Space Station, and performed eight spacewalks with a total time of 44 hours during his career as a cosmonaut.
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