Kinoalmanach Horizon Issue 19

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The almanac is conducted by the writer D. Granin. The first part. 1-st plot. FIRST STUDENT. City of Moscow. Students of the Moscow Aviation Institute are on the territory of the institute, discussing technical calculations. Photo portrait of prof. MAI, designer, honored worker of science and technology of the RSFSR M.K. Tikhonravov. A group of students in the building of the student design bureau "Iskra" draw behind the drawing boards. A student draws a satellite - repeater on the blackboard (idea of M.K. Tikhonravov). The student and the teacher are discussing the drawing of the satellite. On the door of the design announcement there are announcements: “Announcement! Looking for men with a head but no "tails". Students develop a mathematical image of a satellite on a computer. Students assemble the satellite instrument complex, install it in the case. Testing a satellite in a pressure chamber, where ideal flight conditions are simulated. Tests of the satellite for strength and vibration loads. Checking the operation of the satellite to separate it from the rocket. Comprehensive satellite check in offline mode. The launch of the student satellite "Iskra" on October 26, 1978 (the launch is dedicated to the 60th anniversary of the Leninist Komsomol). Space antenna. 2nd plot. SERVE GOOD. The city of Leningrad. Spit of Vasilyevsky Island. Stock Exchange building. Rostral columns-beacons. House No. 6 on Bolshaya Moskovskaya Street, where the writer NG Chernyshevsky lived in 1861-1862. View of the Peter and Paul Fortress. Second part. Archival documents: protocol of the search in the apartment of N.G. Chernyshevsky dated July 7, 1862; intelligence data, denunciations from the "Arresting case of NG Chernyshevsky" and others. Kazan Cathedral. A road carriage passes over the bridge near the Peter and Paul Fortress, enters the gate, drives through the territory of the fortress (staged). Prison corridor. Portraits of N.G. Chernyshevsky, his wife, sons. Prison building. Bars on the windows. Prison cell furnishings. Candle, books, manuscript, glasses on the table. Birds in the sky. Prison building in the evening. Type of proclamation "Bow to the landowners from their well-wishers." Pendulum and clockwork in the Peter and Paul Fortress. A prison guard looks through the camera's peephole (staged). Manuscript of the novel "What is to be done?" Portrait of Dr. Bokov, a medical academy graduate arrested for distributing proclamations. Clock, clock mechanism. Prison cell. Spire of the Peter and Paul Cathedral. A type of forged note, from which it follows that the author of the proclamation is N.G. Chernyshevsky. Third part. Peter and Paul Fortress. Manuscript of the novel "What is to be done?" Portrait of the publisher Nekrasov. Entrance to the house of N.G. Chernyshevsky, interiors of rooms. Newspaper article about the loss of the manuscript of the novel What Is to Be Done? under the heading: "The Loss of the Manuscript" dated February 3, 1863. The candle is on the table. View of the Peter and Paul Fortress. The cover of the Sovremennik magazine, in which the novel What Is to Be Done? Was published. Prison cell view. Monument to N.G. Chernyshevsky. 3rd plot. ALMOST SECRET SOLVED. Flowers in the meadow. Bumblebee on a flower. Grasshopper on a blade of grass. Bumblebee leg (macro). Fourth part. Grasshoppers in the meadow. Grasshopper ear (photo). A drawing showing the ear of a grasshopper. Anthill. The behavior of ants near the honey trough. Ant antennae. Swivel beetle on the river. Twig antennae. The behavior of bees in an electromagnetic field (macro photography).
O. Babushkin, M. Tavrog, A. Saranduk (stage director)
Film ID
rural settlements
, architecture
, literature
, villages
, animal world
, radio communication
, professional education (higher)
, cities
, cosmonautics
, zoology
Number of Parts
Yu.Kryuchkov, Yu.Muravyov, V.Novgorodtsev, Yu.Pikhotov
Other Creators
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Release Date
Has Sound

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