API endpoint that allows Astronaut to be viewed.

GET:
Return a list of all the existing astronauts.

MODE:
Normal, List, LaunchList and Detailed
/2.0.0/astronaut/?mode=detailed

FILTERS:
Parameters - 'name', 'status', 'nationality', 'agency__name', 'agency__abbrev', 'date_of_birth',
'date_of_death', 'status_ids'
Example - /2.0.0/astronaut/?nationality=American

SEARCH EXAMPLE:
/2.0.0/astronaut/?search=armstrong
Searches through name, nationality and agency name

ORDERING:
Fields - 'name', 'status', 'date_of_birth'
Example - /2.0.0/astronaut/?order=name

GET /2.0.0/astronaut/
HTTP 200 OK
Allow: GET
Content-Type: application/json
Vary: Accept

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    "previous": null,
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            "url": "https://ll.thespacedevs.com/2.0.0/astronaut/276/",
            "name": "Franz Viehböck",
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                "name": "Retired"
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                "id": 2,
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            },
            "date_of_birth": "1960-08-24",
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            "nationality": "Austrian",
            "bio": "Franz Artur Viehböck (born August 24, 1960 in Vienna) is an Austrian electrical engineer, and was Austria's first cosmonaut. He was titulated „Austronaut“ by his country's media. He visited the Mir space station in 1991 aboard Soyuz TM-13, returning aboard Soyuz TM-12 after spending just over a week in space.",
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            "wiki": "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franz_Viehb%C3%B6ck",
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                "id": 8,
                "url": "https://ll.thespacedevs.com/2.0.0/agencies/8/",
                "name": "Austrian Space Agency",
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                "country_code": "AUT",
                "abbrev": "ALR",
                "description": "The Austrian Space Agency was founded in 1972 and joined the ESA as a member in 1987. In 2005, control of the ALR was transferred to the Austrian Agency for Aerospace. They coordinated the first flight of an Austrian in space with a Soyuz launch in 1990.",
                "administrator": "Andreas Geisler",
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                "spacecraft": "Spacelab | GALILEO",
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            "name": "Marcos Pontes",
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            "bio": "Marcos Cesar Pontes (born March 11, 1963) is a Brazilian Air Force pilot, engineer, AEB astronaut and author. He became the first South American and the first Lusophone to go into space when he launched into the International Space Station aboard Soyuz TMA-8 on March 30, 2006. He is the only Brazilian to have completed the NASA astronaut training program, although he switched to training in Russia after NASA's Space Shuttle program encountered problems.",
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                "abbrev": "AEB",
                "description": "The Brazilian Space Agency is a space agency in South America.  They work in partnership with the US and Russia aboard the ISS. It was previously operated by the military until 1994. They now operate largely in tandem with other nations. They run a spaceport and rocket launch site both in Brazil. They built the VLM small satellite launch system in tandem with Germany. The VLS-1 was intended to be a primary launch vehicle for the BSA, but it failed 3 times and was canceled. They have restarted work on the system in tandem with the Russian Space Agency.",
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            "name": "Aleksandr Panayotov Aleksandrov",
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                "id": 15,
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                "name": "Bulgarian Space Agency",
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                "description": "The Bulgarian Space Agency has put two Bulgarians onto the ISS in tandem with the Russian Space Agency. Their involvement in space began with the Interkosmos program that helped Communist Bloc countries get access to Soviet space technology. They contributed cosmonauts for a training class, two of which flew aboard the ISS.",
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            "name": "Jennifer Sidey-Gibbons",
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                "name": "Government"
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            "name": "Joshua Kutryk",
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            "bio": "Joshua Kutryk, a Royal Canadian Air Force lieutenant colonel, is from Beauvallon, Alberta. He has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, as well as master’s degrees in space studies, flight test engineering, and defense studies. Prior to joining CSA, Kutryk worked as an experimental test pilot and a fighter pilot in Cold Lake, Alberta, where he led the unit responsible for the operational flight-testing of fighter aircraft in Canada.",
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