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Gagarin's Legacy: A Silent Sea (2011) When Gagarin became the first man in space, he was part of a group of astronauts who had fired the USSR to space domination. We look back at his achievement and the people who shaped it, in this extraordinary HD film. Subscribe to journeyman for daily uploads: 🤍 Plumes of smoke mushroom around the rocket as it shakes itself free, slowly at first and then shuddering speeds away from the earth. "That day the era of humanity in space started", Kubasov, a fellow astronaut, says of Gagarin's feat. The men and women of the USSR space programme look back on it fondly, it was the pinnacle of their efforts, a glorious symbol of the USSR's might and prowess. The man who helped design Sputnik describes the three most important moments in space travel, the first satellite, the first man in space, the first man on the moon; two of the three were Russian victories. But in Russia, while this may be the year we remember Gagarin, his and the Soviet Union's achievements in space have long been buried by forgetfulness. "Nowadays you stop someone in the street, they wouldn't know who Gagarin is", says his niece. Yet even if the world has moved on and space travel is off the agenda, they are still proud of what they achieved in what now appears to have been the astronaut's golden age, "The importance of space exploration has not declined, but now nobody cares." For downloads and more information visit: 🤍 For similar stories, see: Meet Malaysia's First Astronaut 🤍 How The Syrian Spaceman Fell To Earth 🤍 I Am In Space - Trailer 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 DIWAN Film - Hex 24 – Ref. 5118
Russia is one of the few nuclear powers on the earth, and the Soviet nation never fails to remind the whole world of its unique capabilities. However, the massive country is deploying its nuclear know-how in a new way that is causing other nations and scientists to be really concerned and fearful; in space travel! Its announcement of a new nuclear rocket has shocked the entire space industry as space is one of the few places where nuclear power has been tightly regulated! What is Russia’s new nuclear rocket all about? When will it launch, and what missions and uses has Russia planned for its new rocket? In this video, we bring you all you need to know about Russia’s controversial new nuclear rocket that shocks the entire space industry
Can the US and Russia still collaborate in space? Subscribe and turn on notifications 🔔 so you don't miss any videos: 🤍 The International Space Station has been orbiting above us for the last 20 years. It’s been home to astronauts from more than a dozen different countries — but mostly Americans and Russians. The two former “Space Race” countries control the main parts of the station. The science done there has required close collaboration and so it’s been largely insulated from politics on Earth. But Russia’s invasion of Ukraine may change that. The two countries have agreed to cooperate through 2024… but after that, the future of the space station is uncertain. Make sure you never miss behind the scenes content in the Vox Video newsletter, sign up here: 🤍 Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out 🤍 Support Vox's reporting with a one-time or recurring contribution: 🤍 Shop the Vox merch store: 🤍 Watch our full video catalog: 🤍 Follow Vox on Facebook: 🤍 Follow Vox on Twitter: 🤍 Follow Vox on TikTok: 🤍
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Subscribe to Dark Docs - 🤍 At the height of the Space Race, the United States and the Soviet Union bitterly tried to outdo one another, each attempting to be the first to succeed in a number of scientific and exploratory challenges. In the beginning the Soviets won many of the ‘firsts’, such as launching the first craft to enter Earth’s orbit, Sputnik 1 in October 1957, sending to space the first living animal, Laika, on Sputnik 2 in November 1957, and putting the first man in orbit with Yuri Gagarin’s mission in April 1961. In fact, by most accounts, the USSR was even ahead of the United States in sending the first man to the moon by the time US president John F. Kennedy’s famous "We choose to go” speech in 1962. The Soviets had already landed the Luna 2 probe on the moon’s surface in 1959, and they were in the middle of developing a manned-mission that was strikingly similar to the US effort. Yet, that early success would eventually be forgotten as the Soviet Union buried their final moon missions in secrecy. Because just as Neil Armstrong was setting foot on the lunar surface on July 20, 1969, the Luna 15 lander was crashing into the other side of the moon. It is a story the Soviets did not want the world to know... - As images and footage of actual events are not always available, Dark Docs sometimes utilizes similar historical images and footage for dramatic effect. All content on Dark Docs is researched, produced, and presented in historical context for educational purposes. -
As a spacewalk was being planned to move a radiator onto a new module on the space station a cooling system on the Soyuz MS-22 spacecraft was seen leaking into space. This resulted in the space walk being cancelled and the crew investigating this problem while trying to limit effects on the station's scientific experiments. Follow me on Twitter for more updates: 🤍 I have a discord server where I regularly turn up: 🤍 If you really like what I do you can support me directly through Patreon 🤍
In an era of incredible military and technological innovations, a Soviet engineer dreamed of bringing light to desolate regions of Russia where nighttime prevails. Vladimir Syromyatnikov conceived the idea of creating a colossal space mirror capable of reflecting solar light back to Earth. The feat would light entire cities and boost agricultural productivity in Soviet regions where daylight was scarce during the winters. The Znamya satellite faced a lot of opposition from the government and the Soviet Space Program. Still, Vladimir went public and got the required funds; his dream project was now a reality. The plan was to launch several space mirrors, each larger than the last until one became permanent. After years of development, Znamya 2 was launched in October of 1992, and for a brief moment in time, it lit a small portion of the Earth. The ambitious Russian project seemed taken straight out of a futuristic movie... - Dark Space features the mysterious and little told stories of US, Soviet, and global space exploration from the dawn of the space race to today... all in the cinematic short documentary format we love to create. Subscribe today, and feel free to reach out with your own suggestions for new stories that you want us to bring to life. Thanks as always for your support.
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Russian President Putin’s former chief space engineer, Vladimir Nesterov, has suddenly died under mysterious circumstance. The top engineer has become the fourth among Russian military and scientific elites to die mysteriously within days. The cause of 74-year-old Nesterov’s death has not been revealed by Russian officials. At least 10 Russian oligarchs and critics have died under mysterious circumstances in 2022, amid suggestions that Putin is 'cleansing' his inner circle. #russia #russiaukrainewar #ukraine #putin 0:00 - Introduction 0:24 - Putin’s Former Space Chief Dies Mysteriously 0:57 - Who is Vladimir Nesterov? 2:56 - Mystery Deaths Grip Russian Elites n18oc_world n18oc_crux CRUX is your daily video news guide to the big events that are shaping our world. We track news, geopolitics, diplomacy and defence strategies and explain how they shape national policies. Crux makes sense of global developments, and analyses their impact on daily lives. Follow CRUX on Telegram: 🤍 Follow CRUX on Instagram (🤍crux.india): 🤍 Follow CRUX on Facebook: 🤍 #GetCloserToTheNews with latest headlines on politics, sports and entertainment on news18.com 🤍 Also watch: Crux Decode: 🤍 Crux+ : 🤍 Crux Most Watched: 🤍
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Soviet Union was the first nation to launch it's own space station (Salyut 1 in 1971). For many years Soviet and Russian space stations were literally the only ones operating on Earth's orbit. But after the deorbiting of Mir station in 2001 Russia had to share ISS with many different countries. Seems like these days are over as Roscosmos and Russian government announced their potential withdrawal from the ISS project and their commitment to launch a new Russian Orbital Station. Let's see what we know about it. Russia's space agency Roscosmos announced that it hopes to launch its own orbital station in 2025. Moscow also considers withdrawing from the International Space Station programme to go it alone. Roscosmos chief Dmitry Rogozin said two fist modules of a new station are already created, after officials warned that Russia was considering pulling out of the ISS. Launched in 1998 and involving Russia, the United States, Canada, Japan, and the European Space Agency, the ISS is one of the most ambitious international collaborations in human history. For many years Russia had a near-monopoly for manned flights to the ISS, but lost it last year after the first successful mission of US company Space X. Russian space program is really struggling in recent years due to financial issues so let's find out if Russia is even able to build a new space station on its own. Hey there. Somehow you found my video and decided to watch it. So let me introduce myself. I'm Sergei and I'm from Russia. My channel is about my native country. I want to tell English-speaking viewers about the real Russia, about its past and present. Unfortunately, you can find a lot of propaganda about Russia on the Internet, both from the Russian media and from the Western ones. I want to tell you about Russia, as it really is, the country in which I was born, grew up, and lived all my life. If you'd like to support the channel: 💵 Patreon - 🤍 💵 Buy me a coffee - 🤍 🪙 BTC - bc1qh8szz62crxu9ylg2jx9dz3t6vzzjdw2rheft2m 🪙 ETH - 0x19F11A86adf1ec4DDebEC0f27982805B1d1aba67 🪙 Other crypto - 🤍 Links: Discord - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Free Stock Footage provided by Videvo.net and Videezy.com.
Zhdanov moment English Translation: A new day rises above the Earth The new age marching across the planet Spaceships, like beautiful silver birds The Earth accompanies on a long journey The genius of the great ideas of Tsiolkovsky and Korolev Through the years and changes of leaders Wins again and again! The Space Forces - our confidence in the future The Space Forces, Rockets ready to launch The Space Forces - embodiment of our power! The Space Forces - is the pride and glory of Russia! Soviet | Russian Space Program playlist: 🤍 To support the channel | Поддержать канал DonationAlerts 🤍 PayPal 🤍 Yandex Money 🤍 My Steam | Мой Стим 🤍 Zhdanov moment English Translation: A new day rises above the Earth The new age marching across the planet Spaceships, like beautiful silver birds The Earth accompanies on a long journey The genius of the great ideas of Tsiolkovsky and Korolev Through the years and changes of leaders Wins again and again! The Space Forces - our confidence in the future The Space Forces, Rockets ready to launch The Space Forces - embodiment of our power! The Space Forces - is the pride and glory of Russia! Soviet | Russian Space Program playlist: 🤍 Red Army Choir playlist: 🤍 To support the channel | Поддержать канал DonationAlerts 🤍 PayPal 🤍 Yandex Money 🤍 My Steam | Мой Стим 🤍 Discord server 🤍
Professor James O'Flannery discusses the Soviet Space Program that put the first animal in Earth orbit (the dog Laika (RIP) on Sputnik 2), the first human in space and Earth orbit (Yuri Gagarin on Vostok 1), the first woman in Earth orbit (Valentina Tereshkova on Vostok 6) and the first spacewalk (Alexei Leonov on Voskhod 2). Oh and they did so in the most willy-nilly way possible. An excerpt from The Russian Revolution - Good Thing, Bad Thing? Watch Part One: 🤍 Watch Part Two: 🤍 Watch Part Three: 🤍 Brought to you by 🤍. Also 🤍
Russian Space Station 1957 (USSR). Very futuristic 1957, notice rotational gravity wheel and its shape visible inside the station. Also usage of the "1957 YouTube" and communication over the internet and desktop computers, etc. The internet was not at all know at that time and the computer was as large as a house taking more power than a small city.
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The United States government is monitoring a suspected Chinese surveillance balloon that has been moving over the northern United States. A senior U.S. defense official said that the government acted immediately to protect sensitive information "The United States government has detected and is tracking a high-altitude surveillance balloon that is over the continental United States right now. The U.S. government to include Norad, continues to track and monitor it closely. The balloon is currently traveling at an altitude well above commercial air traffic and does not present a military or physical threat to people on the ground. Instances of this kind of balloon activity have been observed previously over the past several years. Once the balloon was detected, the US government acted immediately to protect against the collection of sensitive information," Pentagon spokesperson Brig. Gen. Pat Ryder said. More LiveNOW from FOX streaming video Subscribe to LiveNOW from FOX! 🤍 Where to watch LiveNOW from FOX: 🤍 Follow us 🤍LiveNOWFOX on Twitter: 🤍 Raw and unfiltered. Watch a non-stop stream of breaking news, live events and stories across the nation. Limited commentary. No opinion. Experience LiveNOW from FOX.
The Pirs docking compartment was ferried down to Earth's atmosphere by the Progress 77 spacecraft after undocking from the International Space Station on July 26, 2021. ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet captured footage of its destruction during atmospheric reentry. Full Story: 🤍 Credit: ESA / Thomas Pesquet / Roscosmos | edited by Space.com's Steve Spaleta (🤍
The Russian Space Forces successfully launched the Soyuz-2.1a medium launch vehicle on Thursday carrying a spacecraft for the Russian Ministry of Defence from the State Testing Ground of the Ministry of Defence in Arkhangelsk Region. The vehicle was launched and the spacecraft was delivered to the orbit as planned. The Soyuz-2.1a rocket was received by ground control facilities at the Main Space Centre three minutes after take-off. At the estimated time, the spacecraft was launched into its target orbit and taken over by Ground Control Devices of the Space Forces of the Russian Aerospace Forces. In total, more than 30 land-based assets and over 50 combat crews of the 15th Army of the Aerospace Forces were involved in supporting the launch of the spacecraft of the Russian Ministry of Defence. The Sun newspaper brings you the latest breaking news videos and explainers from the UK and around the world Become a Sun Subscriber and hit the bell to be the first to know Read The Sun: 🤍 Like The Sun on Facebook: 🤍 Follow The Sun on Twitter: 🤍 Subscribe to The Sun on Snapchat: 🤍
Subscribe: 🤍 It was not really until the climax of the Space Race that the US gained the upper hand against the USSR in space exploration. When Neil Armstrong landed on the moon in 1969, America was finally regarded as the victor. Nonetheless, the USSR was ready to retaliate through the KGB and began a more unconventional campaign to make sure it wasn't going to be left behind. The Soviets enlisted hundreds of spies that successfully obtained both classified and public intelligence related to the American Space Program. Thanks to its clandestine efforts, the Soviet Union was able to steal the first US shuttle design during an operation that took place in the late '70s and early '80s. The Russians called their carbon-copy space shuttle the Buran or Blizzard. This is an intriguing tale of the competition between the Cold War's two great powers, filled with politics, paranoia, war, and what historians have called the first recorded case of online spying...
In 1995, NASA sent astronauts to train on Russia's MIR Space Station, until a fire broke out that lasted 14 minutes, but the Russian Space Agency tried to hide the true details from NASA. From Season 3 Episode 4 🇬🇧 Catch full episodes of your favourite Quest shows on discovery+: 🤍 Subscribe to Quest TV for more great clips: 🤍 Follow Quest on Twitter: 🤍
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Dramatic moment Russian soldiers are wiped out by ‘death ray’ weapon fired by Ukraine THIS is the moment a group of Russian soldiers are blown to bits by Ukrainians using an insane "death ray" weapon. In the video, a group of Vladimir Putin's soldiers are seen wandering through a field littered with detonated mines. They seem unaware until a moment later, many are killed and others are mortally wounded. The weapon catapults through the oblivious soldiers, who clearly didn't see the attack coming. The weapon used is thought to be a Ukrainian anti-tank missile shooter, the Stugna-P, according to users on Twitter. The incredible weapon can pinpoint targets and penetrate armour up to 800mm thick, making the Russian soldiers an easy target. 🤍 The Sun newspaper brings you the latest breaking news videos and explainers from the UK and around the world Become a Sun Subscriber and hit the bell to be the first to know Read The Sun: 🤍 Like The Sun on Facebook: 🤍 Follow The Sun on Twitter: 🤍 Subscribe to The Sun on Snapchat: 🤍
Today we celebrate 60 years since Yuri Gagarin made his world famous trip to the universe, bringing in a new era for human kind. My channel is dedicated to anthems, hymns and patriotic songs, here is the link to our discord server: 🤍
What has Russian cosmonautics been able to achieve in 2022? How did the change in the economic and political situation in Russia and in the world affect its condition and plans? Who is the leader in the global space race and what place does Russia take in it at the end of 2022? Music: Muriel, Bobby Richards
Former Russian cosmonaut Alexey Leonov relived the highlights of the spacewalk he conducted 50 years ago – the first spacewalk in history - during an interview with NASA Public Affairs Officer Rob Navias in Moscow in May 2014. Leonov, who is now 80 years old, stepped out of his Voskhod 2 spacecraft on March 18, 1965 for a 12-minute spacewalk to test his spacesuit and maneuverability. He was followed two months later by American astronaut Edward White, who performed the first U.S. spacewalk in history during the Gemini 4 mission on June 3, 1965. Leonov went on to command the Soyuz 19 spacecraft that conducted the first docking with an American space vehicle - the Apollo spacecraft commanded by Thomas Stafford - during the historic Apollo-Soyuz Test Project 40 years ago in July 1975.
FOR SUBTITLES TURN CAPTIONS ON (CC). This is Sergei Khrushchev, the son of the known Soviet ruler Nikita Khrushchev. Maybe look at the table of content first, so you'd know whether it's gonna be interesting to you. I found it very interesting. 00:00 - Introduction. 06:42 - Moon project 'N-1'. 13:20 - Rrocket 'UR-500' and designer Vladimir Chelomey. 24:29 - Rocket and space industry and Nikita Khrushchev. 31:50 - Cosmonautics and the country's security. 38:12 - Flights of humans to deep space. 40:59 - About father. 44:00 - About minds outflow. Thanks for watching!
CREDITS: 🤍 The UR-700 was Vladimir Chelomei's heavy-lift entry for the Soviet moonshot. It was meant to carry astronauts to the Moon on a direct ascent mission in the LK-1 lunar craft. Superficially, the UR-700 was of the well-known design of Soviet launchers with a central core stack and lateral strap-on boosters. But one distinguishing feature was that the engines of the first stage were cross-fed with fuel and oxidizer from the tanks of the strap-on boosters during the initial flight phase. This meant that when the boosters were spent and jettisoned, the central stack still flew with full tanks, thus reducing dead weight and increasing a possible payload. UR-700 was designed to carry over 150 tonnes of payload to low Earth's orbit. For example, Saturn five could carry 120 tonnes to LEO. However, UR-700 was only on a paper. More than 40 years after it has been conceived, the design of the monstrous vehicle still remains a mystery. #rocket #shorts
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Overnight a Russian rocket blasted off for the International Space Station with a U.S. astronaut aboard. It could be the last time we ever see a mission like this. NBC chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel reports for In Depth TODAY. » Subscribe to TODAY: 🤍 » Watch the latest from TODAY: 🤍 About: TODAY brings you the latest headlines and expert tips on money, health and parenting. We wake up every morning to give you and your family all you need to start your day. If it matters to you, it matters to us. We are in the people business. Subscribe to our channel for exclusive TODAY archival footage & our original web series. Connect with TODAY Online! Visit TODAY's Website: 🤍 Find TODAY on Facebook: 🤍 Follow TODAY on Twitter: 🤍 Follow TODAY on Instagram: 🤍 Follow TODAY on Pinterest: 🤍 #USAstronaut #SpaceMission #TodayShow US Astronaut Joins Russian Space Mission For What May Be Final Time | TODAY
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After nearly a year in space, NASA astronaut Mark Vande Hei is scheduled to return to Earth on March 30. MORE: 🤍