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Andrew M. Zubetz

Space Transportation

The Central Exhibition, Moscow, Russia

September 23, 2006, about Msk 12-00 PM

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© 2006 Andrew M. Zubetz, Some Rights Reserved. Creative Commons License

Caption

Space Transport.

Moscow, the Central exhibition. Above us rocket R7 (rocket ver.7). It is the real rocket, the same rocket as this, having started on April, 12, 1061, could disperse a spacecraft the “VOSTOK” (English “EAST’), with the cosmonaut taking place onboard, Jury Gagarin, till the speed 5 miles per second, and the spacecraft became the satellite of the Earth. It made only one coil, the brake engine and the «VOSTOK» started to come back to the Earth. During this moment there was a failure, and the first flight of the person in space has not ended with tragedy. There was no detachment of a cable between the space ship and an instrument compartment. Began chaotic rotation of two devices. Overloads reached {achieved} 18g; it is a maximum for the person. This moment is reflected on computer animation, screenshot from movie «Space Race» (2005),Directed by Mark Everest andChristopher Spencer http: // qtvr.nm.ru/ Fortunately at an entrance in more dense layers of an atmosphere, this cable has burned down, and VOSTOK began a safe landing. Having gone through such monstrous shock, Gagarin has made the decision to catapult, at height of 21000 foots he has left the spaceship and has safely landed on a parachute. Spaceship «VOSTOK» as has safely gone down to the Earth. So the era of space transport, piloted the person, began. Much to our regret has not done without numerous victims. Till now space transport very expensive and not so reliable. But due to the devices delivered into an orbit of the Earth there was possible{probable} use of a super modern communication facility without which mankind any more can exist.
http://qtvr.by.ru/NewQTWR/navigator.htm

Location

Europe / Russia-Urals West

Lat: 55° 50' 3.37" N
Long: 37° 37' 22.85" E

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Equipment

Camera Canon 5D, Nikkor 10,5mm + adapter
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