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Russian film crew enters the International Space Station to make a movie in space for the first time

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Original title: Russian film crew enters the International Space Station and will make a movie in space for the first time

According to reports, at 18:00 on October 5th, Moscow time, the door of the International Space Station was opened. Penko and 37-year-old actor Yulia Pelesild successfully entered the space station.

The “Soyuz MS-19” manned spacecraft they took took off from Baikonur, Kazakhstan, and docked with the International Space Station three hours later. At about 15:15 that day, the ground flight control center in Moscow announced that due to the failure of the space station’s automatic docking system, the spacecraft and the space station could not be automatically docked in the first time. According to the notice from the ground flight control center, the spacecraft executed the manual docking plan, and Anton Shkaplerov conducted the manual docking. Subsequently, the spacecraft successfully docked with the space station.

Russian astronaut Oleg Nowitzki, who was waiting on the space station, posted on social media after the spacecraft successfully docked with the space station, saying, “The docking is successful! Anton, Yulia and Klim, welcome to the International Space Station, we Dinner has been prepared for you!”

All astronauts and film crews currently on the space station

It is reported that the Russian film crew only has 12 days to take shots in space. Yulia will play a cardiac surgeon and will be sent into space to rescue an astronaut. According to reports, two Russian astronauts Oleg Nowitzki and Piot Dubrov, who are already in space, will also participate in the movie.

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On October 17, the film crew will return to Earth on the Soyuz spacecraft under the leadership of astronaut Oleg Nowitzki.

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