Hello, Venus! (1967)

Documentary №37382, 2 parts, duration: 0:16:35
Production: Centrnauchfilm (CNF)
Director:Kuzis E., Podoljskaya N.
Screenwriters:Barashev P.
Camera operators:Murtintsev A.
Composers:Muravlev A..


The film tells about the research of the planet Venus, launches automatic interplanetary stations series "Venus".

Reel №1

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Animation: reconnaissance satellite descends to the surface of Venus.

Animation: Venus and other stars in the sky.

Portrait G.Galileya.


Animation: the phases of Venus.

Monument University.

Ticker: an MSU.

Monument University.

Pavilions of the Pulkovo Observatory.

Scientist looking into the telescope.

The radio telescope.

Animation: the orbits of the planets of the solar system.

Animation: the starry sky, the approach to Venus.

Scientist of the optical telescope.

Animation: tentative relief and climate of Venus.

Scientist of the optical telescope.

Animation: the starry sky, Venus is moving away.

Exhibition Center, Pavilion "Cosmos".

People visiting the exhibition.

Automatic interplanetary station "Venera-1".

View of the hall.

The station "Venera-2".

The station "Venera-3".

The rocket rises into the clouds.

Radio telescopes.

Scientists at the controls.


Radio telescopes.

Model of the globe of the Earth.


Scientists at the controls.

Meeting scientists.

Scientists draw a circuit on the board.

Employees working with the design office drawings.

Specialists monitor the operation of the machine.

Woman solder wires on the circuit.

A man collects part of the appliance.

Scientists are working to develop the station "Venera-4".

Electropneumatic valve.

Details of the valve.

Scientists are testing valves.


Scientists continue to check the station elements.


Details of the device.

The device is placed in a centrifuge.

Key words


Locations: Leningrad region [785]

Reel №2

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Scientist at the controls.

Powered centrifuge.

Scientists inspect the unit.

Damaged parts.

The device is placed in the test chamber.

Animation: the entrance of the satellite in the atmosphere of Venus.


Scientist controlled trial by fire and pressure.

The test results.

Molten station reconnaissance.

Station falls into water.

The researchers checked the systems of the station.

Station sheathe special protective veil.

The station is in thermal vacuum chamber.

The camera closes.

Specialist captures the readings.

Scientists at the controls.

Scientists at the station "Venera-4".

The station on the launch vehicle fairing closed.

Take-off missiles.

Apiary in the lush garden.

The branches of the apple trees.

Radio telescopes.

Meeting scientists.

Animation: the station is flying in space.

Scientists in the laboratory.

Radio telescopes.

The researchers adjusted the flight path.


Animation: the station is flying in space.


Scientists have the instruments.

Printouts charts.

Animation: the station is flying in space.

Meeting scientists.

Radio telescopes.

Animation: the planet Venus.


Articles in newspapers.

Key words

Space research.

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