Specialist of the Cosmonaut Training Center familiarizes our guests with design of the Orlan-MK spacesuit used by the crew of the International Space Station for spacewalks.
The main parachute deployed! Participants of our extreme tour to the Kazakh steppes to the landing site of the Soyuz MS spacecraft are watching the reentry of the Descent Module.
The participants of our Baikonur cosmodrome tour are watching the installation of the Soyuz MS rocket on the launch pad. We are opening the group admission for the launch of the Soyuz MS-08 spacecraft, preliminary scheduled for March 10, 2018.
The participant of our program in front of the descent capsule of the world’s first spacecraft «Vostok».
Young participants of our school program in Star City met with Hero of Russia, cosmonaut A.A. Skvortsov
Сentrifuge rotation is used in the Cosmonaut Training Center to simulate G-loads that occur during the lift-off and landing phases of spaceflight. Our guest from Canada is preparing to perform training on the centrifuge TsF-7.
The Progress-MS-07 cargo/supply spacecraft successfully launches to the International Space Station. The photo was taken by a participant of our recent tour to the Baikonur cosmodrome in October 2017.
Today in Baikonur: participants of our cosmodrome tour during the sightseeing trip around the city. The launch of the cargo/supply Progress MS-07 spacecraft is scheduled for October 12, 2017.
The participants of the corporate program organized by our company get acquainted with facilities of the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center. On this picture: TsF-18 Centrifuge.
On October 4th, we celebrate the great beginning of the space era. On this day 60 years ago the first artificial satellite designed by Soviet specialists was launched to space opening a new period in the history of mankind.
Our guests after performing an amazing flight program on the L-39 training jet including advanced aerobatics maneuvers.
Cosmonaut Sergey Volkov introduces the participants of our program in Cosmonaut Training Center (Star City) with the modules of the Russian segment of the International Space Station.