10 Again About Him On April, 12th

Again About Him On April, 12th

Posted on April 12, 2012 by team

On 12th April, 1961, a spacehip “Vostok” with a pilot-cosmonaut Yuri A. Gagarin aboard made its first flight into space. “Vostok” was launched from the space launching site “Baikonur”, at 9:07 of Moscow time. The space ship made a single circle around the Earth and landed at 10:55 near Smelovka village, the Saratov region.

The first cosmonaut in the world


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10 Responses to “Again About Him On April, 12th”

  1. (r)evolutionist says:

    In the Universe of the imagination, anarchist-communism rules!

  2. Testicules says:

    In that first picture he looks like Captain Kirk

  3. p51d007 says:

    Problem was, it wasn’t the first “successful” man into space, according to the rules. On deorbit, Yuri was parachuted OUT of the capsule and landed that way, instead of his craft. “Technically” according to the rules, it wasn’t the first man into space. Once again, the communist lied.

  4. skopeil says:

    all nice photos…

  5. Tommo says:

    German Titov is a strange name for a Russian who grew up during/just after the war.

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