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AnnotationAbout launch of artificial sattelites of the Earth, about the behaviour of test dogs named Belka and Strelka.
Historical backgroundAugust 19, 1960 in the Soviet Union was launched, and return to earth a second spaceship-satellite with the animals.
Temporary descriptionAnimation: the Soviet Union launched artificial satellites, rockets, 2-second spaceship-satellite with the animals. Interview of Professor V. Dobronravov, Muscovites on the launch and landing spacecraft. Press conference in the Telegraph Agency of the Soviet Union conducted research staff of the Academy of Sciences. Says (synchronously) OG Gazenko demonstrates the dogs Belka and Strelka have flown in space.
Rocket takes off.
Animation: fly around the world first, then the second and third artificial Earth satellites.
Laika - CU.
Animation: the rocket flight to the moon.
Pennants, delivered to the moon - CU.
Animation: the invisible side of the Moon.
Soviet and foreign newspapers reported on the launch of the spacecraft with animals - dogs Belka and Strelka.
Frame sent to Earth from space, showing the behavior of animals in the cabin - CU.
On the second flight, the spacecraft says Professor Dobronravov (synchronous) - MS., CU.
His thoughts on the launch the spacecraft divided watch factory worker Sukharev, policeman Savelyev, a student Sergeyev doctor Farforovskaya, Japanese correspondent Komatsu (synchronously).
A press conference held in Tasso researcher at the Academy of Sciences.
Show dogs Belka and Strelka - MS., CU.
Says PhD Oleg G. Gazenko (synchronously).
Listen, record and photograph correspondents.
Cells with laboratory mice and flasks with live bodies, returning from space flight.
Research staff with the dogs out of the building TASS, get in the car.
Muscovites on the streets read newspapers.