Yesterday, on September 3, 2017, Soyuz MS-04 spacecraft made a successful landing. The crew member, American astronaut Peggy Whitson, with the help of specialists of search and rescue team evacuating from the descent capsule to the medical module for the primary medical inspection. The photo was taken by participant of our exclusive program — a spacecraft landing tour.
Next Zero Gravity flight is scheduled for November 14-15, 2017. Hurry up, group admission is in progress!
We invite you to join our Baikonur tour to witness the launch of Progress MS-07 scheduled for October 12, 2017 The Progress MS-07 spacecraft will carry about 2450 kg of cargo and supplies to the International Space Station. The spacecraft will deliver food, fuel and supplies, including 705 kg of propellant, 50 kg of oxygen and air, 420 kg of water.
The rocket with the Soyuz-MS spacecraft installed on the launch pad of the Baikonur cosmodrome. You have a new opportunity to see this amazing scene with your own eyes — we are starting enrollment of the group for the Soyuz MS-07 spacecraft launch tour. The provisional lift-off date is December 27th, 2017.
Early morning at the Baikonur cosmodrome. Soyuz launch vehicle with the Soyuz MS-05 spacecraft leaves the Assembly and Testing Building and is rolled out to the launch pad on the rail transporter/erector. The picture was taken by one of the participants of our recent tour to Baikonur.
The most accessible way to get the real feeling of flight is to perform a program on L-39 jet aircraft with the most experienced pilots from the ‘Rus’ aerobatics group.
The representative of the Vegitel tells the Rosсosmos television channel about the prospects of aerospace tourism in Russia.
To fly not in a dream but in reality it is possible — in simulated zero-gravity onboard IL-76MDK aircraft
At the Baikonur Cosmodrome, the participants of our program visited a unique place — Universal Test/Launch Facility (UKSS) of the Energia-Buran space system.
Participants of our tour to the Baikonur Cosmodrome are seeing off the crew of the Soyuz MS-05 spacecraft
Summer flights on the MiG-29 jet fighter: another brave conqueror of the sky rises to the stratosphere
Last Friday a big group of our tourists had a chance to witness the Soyuz MS-05 blast-off at Baikonur space port. Hurry up to take the last slots in our tour for the next launch on September 13!
Two days remained before the Soyuz MS-05 lift-off. Our group of tourists arrived at the Baikonur cosmodrome and watches the preparations for the launch.
Are you complaining about the cold rainy summer? In the stratosphere it is always clear and sunny — take a place in the MiG-29 fighter and see for yourself.
Return from the orbit: the first minutes back on Earth. Search and rescue team members arriving to the site of Soyuz spacecraft landing.
Enrolment of Baikonur tour participants in progress. On September 13, 2017 we’ll see off the Soyuz MS-06 spacecraft crew at their way to orbit. You will personally take part in all rocket launch preparation and lift-off activities.
Our program «Edge of Space Flight on MIG-29» enables not only to watch the Earth from extreme altitudes but either to challenge yourself with breathtaking aerobatics performed by professional test pilot.
Egress-2 simulator at Cosmonaut Training Center. Our guest conducts a «spacewalk» in simulated Lunar gravity.
Your Edge of Space flight is filmed with help of the high-end system of 6 synchronized action cameras. Special sensors record real-time flight parameters.
We invite you to join our Baikonur tour to witness the launch of Soyuz MS-06 scheduled for September 13th, 2017
Rocket launch is an incredible sight! The picture was taken by one of our Baikonur tour participants. Hurry up to join our next tour! The launch of Soyuz MS-05 is scheduled for July 28th
Today at Baikonur cosmodrome: Right now at the prime and back up Soyuz MS-04 crews press conference.
Our company continues to develop international touristic market and recently Vegitel representative in the frame of Russian Road Show 2017 in Kuwait made a presentation of our aviation and space programs.
Ready for take-off! At Sokol airbase we again have busy time today preparing for MiG-29 Edge-of-Space flights for tourists