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Long Way to Mars

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Abstract
The authors of the film raise the question of the possibility of a manned flight to Mars, talk about international space projects, about the ways of Soviet cosmonautics to advance towards this goal. Views of one of the cities in the United States: high-rise buildings, cars on the roads, a monument to General Houston in the park (1 hour). The film uses newsreel footage: S.P. Korolev writing at the table, S.P. Korolev in the conference room, astronauts of the backup Apollo crew Alan Bean, Ronald Evans, Jack Lausma, a spaceship descends on a sandy surface, a view of one of the space centers of the United States (Ich.), astronauts aboard the spacecraft, Soviet-American space project Soyuz-Apollo (spacecraft commander A.A. Leonov at the negotiating table with US astronauts, spacecraft takeoff, scientists are watching monitors in the control room, cameramen work , journalists) -Ich., Indians perform a ritual dance in front of tourists (IIh.), the Energia launch vehicle stands on the site (IIh.).
Director
N. Makarov
Color
Color
Film ID
33910
Keywords
space troops
, scientific connections
, public leisure and recreation facilities
, architecture
, exhibitions
, christianity
, animal world
, astronomy & cosmonautics
, cities
, sculpture
Meterage
564,3
Number of Parts
2
Operators
I. Kasatkin
Other Creators
Consultant B.V. Rauschenbach
Release Date
1989
Sound
Has Sound

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