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11.04.2018

April, 12th - Cosmonautics Day

On April 12 we celebrate a very important day that marked the beginning of space era. On April 12, 1961 legendary Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin performed the first ever space flight that lasted for 108 minutes. Now it seems not so long compared to the contemporary space missions but for humanity this spaceflight opened a wonderful world of space science and exploration.

27.03.2018

Baikonur space launch tour, Soyuz MS-08

43 photos

A group of our tourists has returned back from Baikonur cosmodrome where they took part in a rocket launch tour. We had a chance to see of the crew of Soyuz MS-08 comprised of commander Oleg Artemyev and flight engineers Andrew Fuestel and Richard Arnold at the way to space.

20.02.2018

Filming Project for Danish TV

26 photos

Our Company successfully implemented a very interesting project for Danish TV2. In the framework of this program the anchorman performed 30 minutes flight aboard L-39 Albatros. Our pilot demonstrated highest skills and capabilities of the aircraft performing various aerobatics such as low passes, rolls, turns, zooms etc.

09.02.2018

One day in Star City

23 photos

Early February we successfully implemented an extensive program of space trainings for our new friends. Since they are extreme fans and go in for sky-jumping their main task was to challenge themselves.

27.12.2017

Baikonur tour – Soyuz MS-07 launch

33 photos

Once again we saw off to space one more international crew. Despite extremely cold weather conditions in Baikonur we had a big group of space fans willing to witness the launch of Soyuz MS-07 spacecraft with crew commander Anton Shkaplerov (Roscosmos) and flight engineers Scott Tingle (NASA) and Norishige Kanai (JAXA) aboard.

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Baikonur tour — Soyuz TMA-13M launch

Sanctions in Space?

No. Space is beyond the politics! New international crew consisting of Commander Maksim Surayev (Roscosmos) and flight engineers Reid Wiseman (NASA) and Alexander Gerst (ESA) symbolizes the unity of different countries despite complicated political situation. Our team seeing Soyuz TMA-13 crew off to the ISS was international either: this time the guests from USA, Great Britain and Russia joined our exciting Baikonur Tour.

Our 5-day program included all the most interesting prelaunch events: spectacular installation of the rocket on #1 launchpad (Gagarin launch), heartwarming press conference with main and back-up crews in “cosmonaut” hotel, farewell ceremony with traditional space song “Trava u doma” and report to State Commission. Besides our guests also visited RSC Energia integration building, museums of Baikonur city and spaceport, Buran shuttle, Korolev and Gagarin memorial houses, famous Cosmonauts Alley, where the cosmonauts plant trees before their first space flight. They also visited International Space School where they got a chance to sit in the real descent module and launch their own rocket models.

Our guests appreciated traditional cuisine of Kazakhstan visiting real Kazakh yurt, they bought colorful souvenirs on the central market, walked along Arbat street of Baikonur city and talked to the cosmonaut Oleg Novitskiy who accompanied Maksim Surayev’s family to the spaceport.

Finally all the guests gathered at the observation point waiting for the rocket to be launched. And at 23.07, Moscow time, Soyuz TMA-13M went to the orbit.

By the way now we have one more important and very interesting option in our program, we watch on-line docking of Soyuz spacecraft with the ISS and the process of hatch opening. This emotional and happy event concluded our Baikonur program.

Preparations of Soyuz tMA-14M spacecraft for the launch are already under way. This time the crew comprises the 4th Russian woman-cosmonaut Elena Serova. Join our tour to see the brave Russian woman off to her first ever space flight!

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April, 12th — Cosmonautics Day

On April 12 we celebrate a very important day that marked the beginning of space era. On April 12, 1961 legendary Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin performed the first ever space flight that lasted for 108 minutes. Now it seems not so long compared to the contemporary space missions but for humanity this spaceflight opened a wonderful world of space science and exploration.

Baikonur space launch tour, Soyuz MS-08

43 photos

A group of our tourists has returned back from Baikonur cosmodrome where they took part in a rocket launch tour. We had a chance to see of the crew of Soyuz MS-08 comprised of commander Oleg Artemyev and flight engineers Andrew Fuestel and Richard Arnold at the way to space.

Filming Project for Danish TV

26 photos

Our Company successfully implemented a very interesting project for Danish TV2. In the framework of this program the anchorman performed 30 minutes flight aboard L-39 Albatros. Our pilot demonstrated highest skills and capabilities of the aircraft performing various aerobatics such as low passes, rolls, turns, zooms etc.

One day in Star City

23 photos

Early February we successfully implemented an extensive program of space trainings for our new friends. Since they are extreme fans and go in for sky-jumping their main task was to challenge themselves.

Baikonur tour – Soyuz MS-07 launch

33 photos

Once again we saw off to space one more international crew. Despite extremely cold weather conditions in Baikonur we had a big group of space fans willing to witness the launch of Soyuz MS-07 spacecraft with crew commander Anton Shkaplerov (Roscosmos) and flight engineers Scott Tingle (NASA) and Norishige Kanai (JAXA) aboard.