This man wrote a dual autobiography with David Scott entitled Both Sides of the Moon. Because of a miscalculation, one of this man’s missions landed 240 miles away from its intended target, right in the middle of the grounds of a bunch of wolves during mating season. In one interview, this man related how Leonid Brezhnev apologized to him after surviving an assassination attempt in which both of them were present. With Slayton, Brand, Stafford, and Kubasov, this man participated in a mission to test the docking capability between Apollo and Soyuz capsules. During this man’s most famous action, the joints of his (*) suit became too stiff to allow him to re-enter his craft, requiring him to bleed off some of his high-pressure oxygen; that action occurred during the Voskhod 2 mission and lasted 12 minutes, 9 seconds. For 10 points, name this Russian cosmonaut, the first human being to conduct a spacewalk.