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August 15, 2018
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Space enthusiasts know there is hardly anything more spectacular than the launch of space rocket and something more exciting than the landing of descent module bringing cosmonauts crew back to the home planet. While the launch of Soyuz manned spacecraft has recently become a very public event the landing still remained something mysterious for a long period of time available for space industry specialists or very limited quantity of mass media representatives.

But now this mystery can be revealed! Vegitel Company offers a very unique experience for real fans of space exploration. The upcoming landing of Soyuz MS-08 descent capsule with three crew members aboard (Oleg Artemyev, Roscosmos, Andrew Feustel, NASA, Richard Arnold, NASA) is scheduled for October 4, a very prominent day for the space history since on October 04, 1957, the first artificial satellite was launched from Baikonur paving for humanity the way to space. Now you can celebrate this date by joining tour scheduled for October 02-06 that includes extreme expedition to the landing site of Soyuz MS-08 spacecraft.

During this journey you will be able to witness the whole sequence of Search&Rescue operations to see firsthand emotions of astronauts just after half-a-year orbital mission, their first words and first steps.

And moreover the dates of launch and landing in October allow you to combine both the landing and the launch in one tour since the launch of Soyuz MS-10 is scheduled for October 11, right after welcoming one crew back you can go to Baikonur to see off to space another one (Alexei Ovchinin, Roscosmos, Nick Hague, NASA).

More details and tour application here

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