Let's visit the museum of cosmonautics in Kaluga.
This is my kind of place.
Nice to know the Russians carried floss with their meals. Plenty of it too from the looks of it.
“Unfortunately almost all exhibits of satellites and space crafts are copies.”
Well Duh!!! The real ones were sent into space and those who did return usually did it in a great big fireball. Noone really saw a point in building extra space-craft just for show, the once that were built were used…
NASA often built an earth-bound version of a satellite without internal equipment, functioning rockets, etc.. This allowed them to train transport and installation personnel without risking the expensive “real thing”. In many cases, the environment ‘off-earth’ meant that the real satellite could not handle earth environment.
Second is better than third .
I have a question about the “radio set for space ships”.
Well, it LOOKS like a standard consumer radio of the period, and… how would a good cosmonaut work those knobs in gloves?
Yes, it looks as really standard radio but it has special baseband. Inside the spaceship there is an atmosphere so cosmonauts do not need to wear special equipment.
How do astronauts take a sh*t without the help of gravity???
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