The participants of our tour to the Baikonur cosmodrome share their first day impressions with journalists of the RT channel.
This morning the participants of our Baikonur cosmodrome tour observed the roll-out of the Soyuz MS-12 launch vehicle from the Assembly and Testing Complex and its installation on the launch pad.
Today a large group of our tourists arrived at the Baikonur Cosmodrome. Tomorrow morning, they will observe the roll-out of the launch vehicle from the Assembly and Testing Complex and its installation on the launch pad. Ahead is a rich five-day program at the cosmodrome, the key point of which will be the night launch of the Soyuz MS-12 spacecraft. And we continue to accept applications for the next tour — the launch of the Soyuz MS-13 spacecraft is scheduled for July 6.
The young participants of our Star City tour are in the Centrifuge-18 hall. This enormous 300-tonn construction can simulate any g-loads which occur during the launch and the landing of a spacecraft, thus preparing the crews for g-loads.
The participants of our Baikonur tour are at the prelaunch parting ceremony of the international crew of the Soyuz-MS spacecraft which will set off to the ISS. This is just one episode of our eventful 5-days’ tourist programme at the Baikonur cosmodrome.
The winter season of L-29 and L-39 jet-trainer flights is coming to an end. Tens of our guests from various parts of the world could fully feel the real speed, appreciate the extreme sensatons and the adrenaline rush of advanced aerobatics and to join those few who know the real sensation of a flight. Spring is coming along with many new adventures in the skies! Book your flight on a jet-trainer for yourself and your dear ones, we fly every day!
Corporate programmes in Star City developed by us in collaboration with Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center will not just let you to enjoy a great and entertaining event but also to unite people making them a real team — just like a crew of the spacecraft.
There is just one week left for accepting requests and launching the admission clearance procedure to take part in the coming tour to the Baikonur cosmodrome! On April 4 a Progress cargo spacecraft will set off to the ISS. The rocket launch will be the climax of the intense 4-days’ programme in Baikonur. Hurry up, the opportunity is running out!
Zero gravity experience is an adventure for genuine connoisseurs of extreme sensations. On April 25 and April 26 two teams of our guests will fly onboard IL-76 MDK of Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center. The plane performs zero gravity up to 10 times during one flight. The real zero-G can be felt only in space or in a flight like that. We can guarantee that the zero-G flight will become one of the greatest impressions in your life!
A Star City tour will be especially interesting for school students. Young guests will be able to learn about the past and the future of Russian cosmonautics, to see how cosmonauts live and work on orbit, get answers to many questions and even talk to one of the Russian cosmonauts.
A jet trainer flight with advanced aerobatics manoeuvres will become the brightest and the most memorable gift for your dear and near ones! Speed, adrenaline and unforgettable sensations — it’s simply impossible to forget this!
The rocket launch into space is a fascinating view by itself but night launches look even more spectacular — you will remember your whole life the moment when the starting spacecraft instantly disperses the darkness and lightens up half of the skies with a yellow light. The nearest manned launch at the Baikonur cosmodrome is scheduled for March 14 and it is supposed to take place at around midnight
The huge Il-76 MDK plane of GCTC is employed for zero-gravity flights. You can literally «float» in the air in the plane’s spacious cabin 14 meters long and 3.5 meters high. Such an adventure as a zero-gravity flight will be one of the brightest memories in your life! The nearest dates are April 25 and 26. We are still accepting participants, hurry up to enroll!