March 16, 2019
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The launch of Progress MS-14 cargo/resupply spacecraft is scheduled for April 25, 2020.

Join our space adventures tour to Baikonur with the observation of the launch!

During 5-days space tour you will visit all most interesting places of Baikonur and witness all important prelaunch events.

The program includes:

  • Watching the roll-out and erection of the rocket
  • The launch of Progress cargo spacecraft
  • General city sightseeing (information about the history of the town, stops near the memorials and monuments)
  • Baikonur history museum
  • Launchsite tour (Proton pad, Energia – Buran facilities, Energia – Buran bunker, Saturn tracking staton, Zenit complex)
  • Launchsite museum complex (Buran spaceship, Gagarin and Korolev memorial houses, museum itself)
  • International space school
  • Legendary hotel “Cosmonaut” area, historical Cosmonauts alley
  • Central market, souvenirs

Documents are accepted up to March 25, 2020

More details and tour application you will find here

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