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This was the first time man ever reached space [Video]
posted June 1 2012 14:13.07 by Giorgos Lazaridis




It is the year 1961 and the cold war is reaching its peak. The Russians are one step ahead of the USA, since they managed to be the first to put man in space. The date is April 12, 1961, the vehicle is the mighty Soviet rocket Vostok 1, and the man is Yuri Gagarin...

Here is a compilation of original footage from that mission, with the original sound.



[Link: tvroscosmos]
 
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