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04.08.2022

Space weekend

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If you are interested in space or just want to have an exciting and educational weekend, an excursion to Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center is a great choice! And so did our guests on this warm summer Sunday.

12.04.2022

World Cosmonautics Day!

On April 12 we celebrate World Aviation and Cosmonautics Day. On April 12, 1961, Yuri Gagarin paved the way to space for the humanity starting a new era – the era of space exploration and discoveries.

30.03.2022

Secret Space

24 photos

For a long time Energia Rocket and Space Corporation Centre for Space technologies had been available for future engineers and rocket designers and space industry specialists.

17.09.2021

Space zero-g for earthlings and how to make it possible

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Remembering sunny summer days and summing up. We are glad that this summer we helped a team of sky conquerors to make their dream of space weightlessness come true.

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Baikonur tour – Progress MS-09

Together with a group of space enthusiasts once again we visited Baikonur launchsite. This time we went there to observe the launch of Progress MS-09 cargo vehicle that took place at 03.51, local time (00.51, Moscow time) on July 10.

Traditionally unmanned launches are not that popular as manned ones but nevertheless we had an international team uniting Russia, Austria, Israel, Italy and Germany.

Our program was very busy: we have visited all available pads and facilities of Baikonur launchsite as well as all museums and historical sights, walked along legendary Cosmonauts Alley at pad #17 where cosmonauts traditionally live before the launch, went to the International space school and even launched a couple of rockets (not real, just models but still).

But naturally the launch itself was a climax of our tour since it was indeed an unforgettable spectacle. What is also important we witnessed a truly historical launch since it was the first time when 2-orbit docking scheme was successfully put into practice and in about 3 hours the spacecraft docked with the ISS delivering to the cosmonauts everything necessary for life and work aboard.

Find our traditional photo report below and note that group admissions for next launch tours is already on:

Soyuz MS-10 (manned) – October 11
Progress MS-10 (cargo) – October 31

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Space weekend

6 photos

If you are interested in space or just want to have an exciting and educational weekend, an excursion to Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center is a great choice! And so did our guests on this warm summer Sunday.

World Cosmonautics Day!

On April 12 we celebrate World Aviation and Cosmonautics Day. On April 12, 1961, Yuri Gagarin paved the way to space for the humanity starting a new era – the era of space exploration and discoveries.

Secret Space

24 photos

For a long time Energia Rocket and Space Corporation Centre for Space technologies had been available for future engineers and rocket designers and space industry specialists.

Space zero-g for earthlings and how to make it possible

65 photos

Remembering sunny summer days and summing up. We are glad that this summer we helped a team of sky conquerors to make their dream of space weightlessness come true.