2021-10-05

The world’s first space film will fly from Baikonur space launch site to the universe

By yqqlm yqqlm

Beijing, October 5 (reporter Zhang Shuo) on the 5th local time, Baikonur space launch site in Kazakhstan welcomed the world’s first space film crew. According to Kazakh media reports, the crew will follow the Russian Soyuz spacecraft to the international space station and return to Kazakhstan after completing the shooting mission in space</ p>

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p > according to the Kazakh news agency on the 5th, the production team, including Russian actor pelesild and director xipengke, has arrived at the space launch site to make final preparations for entering the international space station to shoot the film challenge</ p>

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p > the film “challenge” tells the story of an astronaut who cannot return to earth by spaceship for surgery, and the doctor who is in danger goes to space to rescue him</ p>

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p > it is reported that “challenge” will be the world’s first film shot in space. The film will show the real universe and orbital space station for the first time. In addition, cosmonaut skaplerov, who has participated in space missions three times, will go with the crew aboard the Russian Soyuz spacecraft</ p>

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p > according to the Russian satellite network, all personnel will launch the Soyuz ms-19 spacecraft from the No. 31 platform of Baikonur launch site at 14:55 Kazakhstan time. It is expected to arrive at the international space station in 3 hours and 17 minutes and dock with the Russian “dawn” module. The crew will complete a 12 day shooting mission in space and is expected to land in Kazakhstan on the 17th</ p>

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p > Baikonur space launch site is located in Kazakhstan and was founded in 1955. It has set many records in history – on October 4, 1957, the Soviet Union launched the world’s first man-made earth satellite here; On April 12, 1961, Yuri Gagarin became the first human to enter space by taking the “East” 1 manned spacecraft. Up to now, the launch site undertakes a series of international space launch missions and plays an important role in the construction of the international space station. (end)