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11 That Very Place Where the First Man in Space Died

That Very Place Where the First Man in Space Died

Posted on April 15, 2016 by team

Flowers are fresh.

This birch-tree was cut by the colliding aircraft, but it has become taller and has curve branches atop now.

Falling down the craft “shaved” fourteen trees…

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11 Responses to “That Very Place Where the First Man in Space Died”

  1. hawaiian says:

    hero of soviet union is as good as hero of nazi germany

  2. john dudley says:

    Excellent posting, great pictures,and interesting.A national hero should not be forgotten.

  3. p51d007 says:

    “Technically” he wasn’t the first man in space, according to the way they spelled it in the 60’s. For man to be “first in space” at the time, it was required to launch AND return in the SAME craft. Soviets were so worried that their landing on the ground might be too hard, had Yuri, EJECT, similar to an aircraft, parachute down, then quickly return him to the craft. This wasn’t known until after the fall of the soviet union.

  4. OCTOMOM says:

    What are you saying?? The Moon Landings were a Hollywood Hoax!!

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