November 28, 2021

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Russian filmmakers return to Earth after 12 days at International Space Station

Russian actress and film director who traveled to the International Space Station (ISS) for filming in 12 days The first fantasy film in space They returned to Earth this Sunday.

Yulia Peresild, 37, and Director Climb into Shipenko, 38, traveled with astronaut Oleg Nowitsky on the Soyuz MS-18 spacecraft. Landed in the grasslands of Kazakhstan this morning, Reported by the Russian space agency Roscosmos.

“The landing of the Soyuz MS-18 spacecraft was made vertically and it was safe. The crew is fine,” Roscosmos said on Twitter.

When leaving the ship, Before Shipenko was brought in for a medical examination, he waved to the cameras and the people there.

Yulia Perzild, who plays the lead role in the film, Before he could get a bouquet, to the applause, he left with the help of the ship.

“We landed well today. Oleg is the best. He’s not afraid to fly with me. The actress said it was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. It was selected on a template submitted by more than 3,000 applicants.

Nowitsky, the first astronaut to leave the ship, was greeted by Dmitry Rokosin, leader of Roscosmos, who said: “Everything is fine!”

Russian filmmakers They left for the ISS on October 5th From the Russian space base in Pykonor, Kazakhstan, with astronaut Anton Schaplero.

Cinematographic Space Race

The movie, Has a temporary title “Challenge”, First filmed in space. Russian filmmakers were expecting a similar project announced by American actor Tom Cruise. Together with NASA and Elon Muskin SpaceX, he creates space travel and competes against other entrepreneurs such as Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson.

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“Challenge” Tells the story of a surgeon (Perceived) In ISS Who needs to save an astronaut.

The return to Earth was recorded by a camera crew and will appear in the film, Ernst Ernst, owner of the Russian network Pervy Canal, which co-produced the film, told AFP.

In addition to this movie, Roscosmos plans to bring a Japanese millionaire to ISS Thus participate in the space tourism business.