Encyclopedia of astronauts.Kizim (2016)

Film №99584, 1 part, duration: 0:04:39
Production: Studio Roscosmos
Other authors:Rozakova Marina, Kuckij Mihail, Shatilo Sergej, Trudova Nataljya, Pastuhov Sergej

Annotation:

A series of films about important pages of the life of Soviet and Russian cosmonauts. Leonid Denisovich Kizim commanded the first three-seat flight of the Soyuz T series spacecraft. Together with Vladimir Solovyov, for the first time in world space practice, he went into outer space 6 times to repair the fuel lines of the Mir station. During the third flight, for the first time in the world, he flew from one orbital station to another and back.

Reel №1

Footage frameFootage frameFootage frameFootage frame

Leonid Kizim, army photos.

The plane takes off.

The plane is rotating, shooting from the cockpit.

Photo.

Cadets of the Air Force Academy in the classroom.

Baikonur, cosmonauts get off the bus (Kizim, Makarov, Strekalov).

Photo of the Soyuz T-3 crew.

Space station, computer animation.

Photos of the crew after returning to Earth.

Photo of the Soyuz T-10 crew (Kizim, Solovyov, Atkov).

Salyut-7 station.

MCC monitors the work of astronauts in outer space.

Landing of the lander.

An open parachute on the ground, a helicopter in the background.

Astronauts give interviews.

Baikonur, Kizim and Solovyov go to the launch pad.

Astronauts climb into the rocket, wave goodbye.

The launch of the Soyuz T-15.

Flight from Mir station to Salyut-7 and back (images on monitors, instrument readings, negotiations with the MCC).

Photo.

Landing of the lander.

Photos of Kizim from different years.

Personnel:

Kizim L.D. -- pilot-cosmonaut, twice Hero of the Soviet Union. Makarov O.G. -- pilot-cosmonaut, Candidate of Technical Sciences, Hero of the Soviet Union. Strekalov G.M. -- Soviet pilot-cosmonaut, cosmonaut-researcher, Honored Master of Sports of the USSR. Solovjev V.A. -- pilot-cosmonaut, scientist, designer, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, twice Hero of the Soviet Union. Atjkov O.Yu. -- cosmonaut-researcher, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Hero of the Soviet Union.

Calendar: 1960s 1970s 1980 1984 1986

Locations: Kazakhstan [114]

Our website uses "cookies" to give you the best, most relevant experience. By continuing to browse the site, you agree to our use of cookies. See our User Agreement, Privacy Policy and Cookies Policy.