4 So Versatile Space

So Versatile Space

Posted on June 30, 2013 by team

In the end of June there was held an interesting exhibition in the Art Museum of Moscow. It displayed unique photographs of the Russian cosmonautics, everyday life of cosmonauts in space. Some photos of the exhibition can be seen inside this post.

Belka and Strelka – the dogs which flew into space.

Cosmonaut dog Ugolek.

Engineer and cosmonaut in Baikonur, 1964.

Soviet cosmonaut Vladimir Dzhanibekov in open space, June 25, 1984.

Cosmonaut with a maneuvering device in open space, 1989.

Soviet cosmonaut Alexey leonov autographs on the descent module after the landing. It was an experimental flight of space shuttles “Soyuz – Apollo”, 1975.

Soviet cosmonauts aboard the space shuttle “Soyuz-9″, June, 1970.

Soviet cosmonauts, 1974 – 1975.

Family of a cosmonaut Pavel Popovich, 1970s.


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4 Responses to “So Versatile Space”

  1. ox says:

    i never understood how it is possible, that the russian technological solution for the reusable space shuttle looks exactly the same than the american one

  2. mush says:

    Seriously, why splitting the posts in zillion pieces?

    • bhc says:

      More page views for ads. It’s a monetary thing, they are trying to make more money by pushing more ads into your face. Use ad block and they go away but it won’t fix the zillion page problem. Everyone should just complain a lot..

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