On August 22, 2019 at 03:38 UTC, the Soyuz 2.1a carrier rocket with the Soyuz MS-14 spacecraft is scheduled to liftoff from the Baikonur Cosmodrome. The flight will be unpiloted and will be a test launch for the Soyuz 2.1a carrier rocket.
Today, the Progress MS-12 cargo/resupply spacecraft successfully launched to the ISS from the Baikonur cosmodrome. By tradition, a large group of our tourists was attended at all stages of preparation and launch. The next space launch — in just three weeks, Soyuz MS-14 will go to the orbit. The few days are left to sign up for a tour to the Baikonur, hurry up!
On August 22 Soyuz MS-14 spacecraft will be launched to the ISS from Baikonur cosmodrome. For the first time in the spase exploration history the seat of commander will be taken by a humanoid Skybot F-850 developed upon request of Roscosmos. A group of our tourists will travel to the launch site to witness all stages of preparation and lunch of this unique mission. The five-days tour program will include familiarization with acting spaceport facilities, historic objects, unique museums and sites of memory. Tour participants will have a chance to touch the history at see firsthand all that huge work on space launch provision. In order to lodge this adventure in the memory our tourists will be able to film and photograph everything they can see. Book your slots in our group and take your chance to watch the launch!
The summer season of spacelaunches continues. The participants of our tour to the Baikonur cosmodrome get acquainted with the facilities of the spaceport and the town. The launch of the Progress MS-12 cargo spacecraft will take place this Wednesday.
The unique humanoid robot Skybot F-850, formerly known as FEDOR, took the commander’s seat of the Soyuz MS-14 spacecraft. The launch of the spacecraft with a robot onboard is scheduled for August 22 from the Baikonur cosmodrome. Traditionally, a group of our tourists will observe all stages of the preparation and launch of a spacecraft, you still have a chance to join them and personally see the lift-off with your own eyes!
Last Saturday a big group of our tourists had a chance to witness a launch of Soyuz MS-13 spacecraft from Baikonur cosmodrome. The blast-off was just a highlight of a busy 5-days program at the launch site. Whithin this program tour participants learned a lot about the past and the present of the first space harbor, being able to see firsthand all the stages of spacecraft and crew preparation for the launch. The next launches are coming — forming of the groups for launch tours in August and September is still in progress!
Our tourists continue to get acquainted with the historical and modern facilities of the Baikonur Cosmodrome. The launch of the Soyuz MS-13 spacecraft will take place tonight!
This morning participants of our tour to Baikonur spaceport had a chance to see the roll-out of the booster with Soyuz MS-13 spacecraft from the test and assembly building and following installation on the launch pad. The blast-off scheduled for upcoming Saturday will top off our 5-days eventful program of Baikonur tour. Meanwhile we are still in process of making new groups for August and September launches.
Today the participants of our Baikonur tour leave for the launch site to witness all stages of preparation for launch of Soyuz MS-13, scheduled to July 20th. Meanwhile we we are collecting groups for the next launches — on August 22nd we’ll have a test launch of Soyuz MS-14 and on Spetember 25 we’ll have launch of Soyuz MS-15 with the international crew onboard. Book your front seats, don’t miss the main adventure of the season!
The registration to the Baikonur cosmodrome is still open. On August 22 we will see the test launch of the Soyuz MS-14 spacecraft with the new booster. It will be the first time that a humanlike robot FEDOR which was created at the commission of Roscosmos to work onboard the International Space Station. In a month on September 25, we will see off to the orbit the Soyuz MS-15 spacecraft with an international space crew from Russia, the USA and UAE onboard. Join us now while there is still a possibility! We offer various types of space-launch tours — from the most affordable and ones to VIP programmes.
The participants of the zero-G flight arranged by our company in front of the IL-76MDK aircraft used for cosmonaut training.
Space adventures of this summer — rocket launches in July and August. Groups admissions are in progress now, you still have time to sign up for a tour to the Baikonur cosmodrome!
The registration for new Baikonur cosmodrome tours is still in progress. On July 31, 2019 the Progress MS-12 cargo vehicle will be launched into space to resupply resources and equipment of the ISS. On August 22, 2019 another spacecraft will be launched — the Soyuz MS-14 spacecraft. It will be its first launch with a new booster. The groups of our tourists will be present at all pre-launch and preparation stages and the launch itself. The tour participants will see the historical and functioning sites of the Baikonur cosmodrome.
Sunny summer weather is the best time for an exciting jet flight! We fly every day, book flights for yourself and loved ones!
There are just two weeks left to participate in Baikonur tour in July 2019! On July 20, a booster with the Soyuz MS-13 spacecraft will launch another international crew into orbit. Traditionally, our tourists will not only be present at the launch but also at all preceding launch-preparation stages.
Our Star City tour participants can feel like true space conquerers performing some real cosmonaut training at Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center.
The first minutes back on Earth after returning from orbit. We continue to admit participants of an extreme tour to the landing site of the Soyuz MS-11 spacecraft, which is scheduled for June 25, 2019. A marathon on off-road vehicles, an overnight stay in the Kazakh steppe and a unique opportunity together with the search and recue team to be the first at the landing site of the spacecraft.
The best story about your adventure will be a professionally created film. During your flight on L-39 and L-29 jet trainers we can install several HD cameras inside the cockpit and on the outer surfaces of the aircraft.
There are only 30 days left to submit applications for participation in the tour to the Baikonur cosmodrome. The launch of the Soyuz MS-13 spacecraft with an international crew is scheduled for July 20, 2019. During the five-day program, the tour participants will be able to see with their own eyes all the stages of preparing the rocket and the crew for launch into orbit.
During the May holidays, several of our guests conquered the sky by performing flights on L-39 Albatros jet trainers.
Today, a group of our tourists from different countries performed an amazing zero gravity flight on the Il-76MDK plane of the Cosmonaut Training Center. Full photo report and video coming soon.
We invite you to join our tour scheduled for June 23-27, 2019 that includes extreme expedition to the landing site of Soyuz MS-11 spacecraft.
Our regular guest, a space admirer from Switzerland, get acquainted with the Egress-2 simulator of the Cosmonaut Training Center. This simulator is designed for spacewalk training (extravehicular activity) and allows cosmonauts to simulate the state of weightlessness and even the gravity of other planets when training in Orlan spacesuits.
Ultra-low passage allows you to enjoy the amazing speed of a L-39 jet trainer. Book flights for yourself and your loved ones, feel the real dynamics and adrenaline!
We are still accepting participants to our exclusive tours to the Baikonur Cosmodrome. New confirmed launch date for Soyuz MS-13 is July 20, 2019. If you become a participant in our tour you’ll be able to see all the stages of the preparation and the launch of the spacecraft. The lift-off of a rocket is an amazing spectacle and memory for the rest of your life!
On the eve of Cosmonautics Day on April 12, interest in «space» objects from tourists from around the world is growing. A few days ago, our group of more than 20 British students visited the Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics and the RSC Energia Museum. Program participants familiarized themselves with the history of the national space program and were able to see unique exhibits.