A series of films about important pages of the life of Soviet and Russian cosmonauts. Elena Olegovna Serova is the fourth female cosmonaut in the history of cosmonautics of the USSR and Russia after Tereshkova, Savitskaya and Kondakova.
Moscow, Elena Serova and her family on a walk in the area of the Cosmonautics Museum near the VDNKh metro station.
Serova recalls childhood impressions of aviation.
Serova with colleagues, during training, etc.
Serova talks about how she made the decision to become an astronaut.
Serova meets her colleagues.
A fragment of an interview with Mark Serov, Elena's husband.
Serova at the fitting of a suit for work.
People come out of the office.
Serova talks about training.
Serova and the instructor check the parachute.
The plane takes off.
Serova is in the air.
Victor Ren about Elena's successes.
A lizard crawls out of a hole.
Kazakh steppes, natural landscape.
Astronauts in desert survival training.
Photo of astronauts with signal checkers.
Serova in training as part of the backup crew; comments of the cosmonaut.
Astronauts on survival training in the winter forest (Serova, Samokutyaev, Wilmore).
Training on the water.
Fitting a suit and a spacesuit.
Serova talks about the meaning of studying and training.
Flight engineer training.
Baikonur, the crew of Soyuz TMA-14M says goodbye to the mourners (Serova, Samokutyaev, Wilmore).
The ISS is above the Earth.
Astronauts on the ISS.
Serova explains and shows the installation process of the equipment.
View of the Earth from the porthole.
The lander lands.
The helicopter is flying to the landing site.
Astronauts rest after landing.
The crew is congratulated on their return.
Serova's meeting with her family.
Elena Serova with her husband and daughter at the Cosmonautics Museum.
Serova E.O. -- pilot-cosmonaut, Hero of the Russian Federation, public and political figure. Samokutyaev A.N. -- pilot-cosmonaut, Hero of the Russian Federation, public and political figure. Uilmor B.Yu. -- American test pilot, NASA astronaut. Renj V.A. -- instructor-tester of aerospace technology, parachutist-tester, Hero of the Russian Federation.
Calendar: 2000s 2010s
Locations: Moscow  Kazakhstan