Vasily Pavlovich Mishin is a Soviet designer of rocket and space technology, one of the founders of practical cosmonautics. Fragments of Mishin's interview in 2000 were used in the preparation of the film.
Vasily Mishin talks about himself.
Chronicle of the beginning of the XX century and the 1930s:
Locality, street, houses.
People walk across the bridge to the house.
Alternation: schoolchildren and students in classes at various educational institutions, workers at factories, production processes.
The military work in the design bureau.
Young specialists are working on drawings.
Planes in the air.
Photos and chronicle of the 1940s: Soviet engineers working in Germany, a group studying V-2 missiles (Sergei Korolev, Soviet and foreign specialists, ruins of factories, transportation of individual parts of missiles, etc.).
Tests of Soviet ballistic missiles.
The R-7 missile as a means of preventing a new war.
The first artificial satellite of the Earth.
Scientists are working on the creation of space rockets.
Baikonur, rocket launches.
Models of interplanetary stations.
The Zenit reconnaissance satellite.
Scientists at a meeting.
Models of spaceships and stations.
A scientist walks through the rocket assembly shop.
Memorial plaques of Mikhail Yangel and Pyotr Grushin.
Filming of different years: Mishin talks with the military, conducts theoretical and practical classes with students.
Mishin V.P. -- designer of rocket and space technology, academician of the USSR Academy of Sciences and RAS, Hero of Socialist Labor. Korolev S.P. -- Soviet scientist, design engineer, General designer of the rocket and space industry of the USSR, Academician of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, twice Hero of Socialist Labor.
Calendar: 1930s 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 2000
Locations: Moscow  Russia  Germany  Kazakhstan