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The International Space Station hosted filmmakers for the first time

BingMag.com The International Space Station hosted filmmakers for the first time

The Soyuz manned spacecraft successfully joined the International Space Station a few minutes ago during the MS-19 mission to host the first cinematographers./p>

The three crew members of the Soyuz MS-19 spacecraft that took off from the Kazakh space base at 04:55 Eastern time (12:25 Tehran time) by the Soyuz 2.1a rocket. Director Klim Shipenko, actor Yulia Peresild and astronaut Anton Shkaplerov formed the Russian Space Agency.

BingMag.com The International Space Station hosted filmmakers for the first time

Launch of the Russian Soyuz MS-19 spacecraft to the International Space Station
Credit: Roscosmos/NASA

After about 3 hours on the road, the Soyuz capsule at 08:22 Eastern time zone (15:52 Tehran time) successfully delivered the "Rassvet" module from the Russian section The International Space Station has joined. The port had previously been evacuated with the relocation of the Soyuz MS-18 manned capsule for the arrival of the new spacecraft.

Thus, the International Space Station is now witnessing the presence of filmmakers for the first time in 20 years. During their short stay, the artists are set to shoot sequences from a feature film called The Challenge. The film tells the story of a doctor who is sent to the International Space Station to save the life of a heart-stricken astronaut. The joint launch of NASA and SpaceX for the filming of "Tom Cruise," which premiered in 2020, is unknown.

BingMag.com The International Space Station hosted filmmakers for the first time

Soyuz MS-19 mission crew
Credit: Roscosmos/NASA

Persild and Shipenko for this The flight had undergone emergency training and, while learning the basics of space flight, practiced preparing and filming without the presence of other film elements such as make-up and lighting.

  • About the first feature film on the International Space Station

By connecting the Soyuz capsule to the International Space Station, the compression operation is performed and finally the passengers of this spacecraft are sent to the mission of the" Expedition 65 "mission. (Expediti on 65) Including Mark Vande Hei, Shane Kimbrough and NASA's Megan McArthur with Japanese astronaut Akihiko Hoshide and Thomas Peski European Space Agency (ESA) astronauts Thomas Pesquet, Oleg Novitskiy and Pyotr Dubrov from the Russian Space Agency will join. It is worth mentioning that yesterday, during a ceremony, Hoshideh transferred the command of the International Space Station to Peski. Named after Yu. A. Gagarin in honor of the late Russian astronaut, Yu. A. Gagarin returns to Earth. Another space mission will take place in the coming days, and veteran American actor William Shatner will become the oldest person to experience space travel as he travels through Blue Origin's New Shepard capsule.>

Cover Photo: Soyuz MS-19 Manned Capsule Connection to International Space Station
Credit: NASA

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