Cosmonautics. Intercosmos, the first European cosmonaut (2016)

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Production: Studio Roscosmos

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The plot for the 40th anniversary of the Intercosmos program.

In 1976, the first foreign cosmonauts arrived in Star City.

The first flight of the international crew took place already in 1978, Czechoslovak cosmonaut Vladimir Remek went to the Salyut-6 station, becoming the first European cosmonaut.

Then 14 more cosmonauts from socialist countries and even from France visited the orbit.

The Intercosmos program worked until 1988 and became a unique example of international cooperation.

It was then that joint space research began, which continued at the Soviet Mir complex and is still continuing at the International Space Station.

The plot starred Vladimir Remek and Denis Lyskov.


M. Germashevsky is the first Polish cosmonaut, Hero of the Soviet Union. Sigmund Yen is a pilot-cosmonaut of the GDR, the 1st German in space, Hero of the GDR, Hero of the Soviet Union, retired Major General of aviation. V. Remek - the first pilot-cosmonaut of Czechoslovakia, Hero of the Czech SSR, Hero of the Soviet Union, Ambassador of the Czech Republic to the Russian Federation (2014-2018). Lyskov D.V. - State Secretary - Deputy Head of Roscosmos (2013-2016), General Director of Glavkosmos (2016-2018).

Calendar: 12.09.2016

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