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10.06.2021

To Space All Ages Yield Surrender

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One of these days we have arranged a tour in Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre for a wonderful team made up of several families. Even the youngest tour participants were enthusiastic discovering the mysteries of space exploration and spaceflight preparation trainings.

11.04.2021

Happy Anniversary!

This year we celebrate a 60-years Anniversary of the first ever spaceflight in the history of humanity. On April 12, 1961, Yuri Gagarin went to space from Baikonur launchsite, performed one orbit around the Earth and returned safely.

21.07.2020

Join the group for a Z-gravity flight!

Are you dreaming of the unbelievable experience and keen on extreme adventures? Or you’ve probably been dreaming of space from early childhood? Our zero-gravity flight onboard unique Russian Ilyushin-76 MDK flying laboratory will enable you to float and fly like a cosmonaut under conditions of real weightlessness.

15.07.2020

Summer Flights Season at the Height!

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After a long lockdown we all crave new adventures and now when we are finally free it is necessary to take our best chances! We are glad to inform you that we have resumed jet trainer flights and just for the last week have performed nine flights.

11.06.2020

Back to the Future: Soyuz MS-09 launch

15 photos

Though currently we are facing challenging times and travelling around the world is just a distant dream let us hope for the better and get back to wonderful moments and fantastic adventures we have experienced in the past.

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Baikonur Spaceport Tour: Soyuz TMA-20 Launch

Soyuz TMA-20M crew made up of Roscosmos cosmonauts Alexei Ovchinin and Oleg Skripochka and NASA astronaut Jeffrey Williams successfully went to the ISS at night from March 18 to March 19. According to our tradition together with a group of space fans we saw the crew off to space and visited all pre-launch events at Baikonur.
At roll-out day the weather made us an unpleasant surprise. The wind was extremely strong (about 20 m/s) and in the steppe of Kazakhstan we indeed felt it to the full extent.

For safety reasons the erection of the rocket was postponed, State Commission meeting to make a decision was scheduled for evening.

After roll-out we visited pad 254 where Soyuz manned spacecrafts and Progress cargo vehicles are assembled and International Space School where despite the weather we managed to launch rocket models.

In the evening the wind fell, the Commission took a decision to install the rocket and by morning we knew that the launch will take place as scheduled.

City sightseeing tour was quite short due to the unusually cold weather while Baikonur history museum impressed our guests greatly.

The best and most interesting events were scheduled for evening. We walked along the famous Cosmonaut Alley and attended international press-conference of prime and back-up crews held in Cosmonaut hotel.

The launch was scheduled for 03.26, local time (00.26, Moscow time), so after traditional souvenir shopping our guests had time to rest since the night program promised to be very busy but who thinks of weariness witnessing the history of space exploration being made?

We saw the crew off from Cosmonaut hotel, as we can judge from our experience this moment is one of the most emotional, then watched crew’s ready-to-go report at 254 pad and while the cosmonauts have been preparing to the launch inside the spacecraft spent about 2 hours in another remarkable museum.

We arrived to the viewing site in advance. Finally the trusses separated, we heard the countdown, the rocket lifted off hiding in the clouds and we cont the seconds to the orbit. A couple of hours to sleep and we go to watch the docking on-line and later hatch opening and communication session.

The program is completed to 100% and it’s time to leave Baikonur. But we’re already planning to come back to see another crew off to space. Wanna join us?

Read more:

To Space All Ages Yield Surrender

44 photos

One of these days we have arranged a tour in Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre for a wonderful team made up of several families. Even the youngest tour participants were enthusiastic discovering the mysteries of space exploration and spaceflight preparation trainings.

Happy Anniversary!

This year we celebrate a 60-years Anniversary of the first ever spaceflight in the history of humanity. On April 12, 1961, Yuri Gagarin went to space from Baikonur launchsite, performed one orbit around the Earth and returned safely.

Join the group for a Z-gravity flight!

Are you dreaming of the unbelievable experience and keen on extreme adventures? Or you’ve probably been dreaming of space from early childhood? Our zero-gravity flight onboard unique Russian Ilyushin-76 MDK flying laboratory will enable you to float and fly like a cosmonaut under conditions of real weightlessness.

Summer Flights Season at the Height!

29 photos

After a long lockdown we all crave new adventures and now when we are finally free it is necessary to take our best chances! We are glad to inform you that we have resumed jet trainer flights and just for the last week have performed nine flights.

Back to the Future: Soyuz MS-09 launch

15 photos

Though currently we are facing challenging times and travelling around the world is just a distant dream let us hope for the better and get back to wonderful moments and fantastic adventures we have experienced in the past.