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January 11, 2019

On January 11 Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre celebrates 59th anniversary.
It was founded on January 11, 1960. First specialists paved the way to space for the future generations. In less than a year they managed to prepare for the space flight first cosmonaut corps including first-man-in-space Yuri Gagarin.
Now GCTC is an active training base preparing both Russian cosmonauts and foreign astronauts going to the ISS.
We congratulate all GCTC specialists and with them long years of prosperity.

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