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Russian cosmonauts on Moon by 2020


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#16    AlasBabylon

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Posted 14 May 2013 - 06:30 PM

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Rather than going back to the moon, I'm more interested in a manned trip to Mars.

NASA appears to be too. It has been gathering first hand Apollo information...
like quarantine procedures... from the last remaining Apollo era scientists.


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Edited by AlasBabylon, 14 May 2013 - 06:59 PM.


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Posted 14 May 2013 - 06:55 PM

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Here's a webpage with lots of interesting/detailed information related to
the Soviet space program's German legacy... how occupying Soviets
gathered Third Reich technology... equipment, research and scientists.

http://www.russiansp...sr_germany.html



Here is an interesting quote:

" Recent Western historical studies suggested that 'the American and British programs
for recruiting German scientists were linked as much to denying scientific and technical
expertise to the Soviet Union as to augmenting their own knowledge in these fields.' "

  
I'm not sure if it is true today.... but back when my [NASA scientist] brother was working
on his science PhD... knowing/learning German was an absolute necessity.


Maybe that's why neither NASA [nor anyone else] has returned to the moon... or beyond...
those Third Reich coattails only extended so far.



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Edited by AlasBabylon, 14 May 2013 - 07:38 PM.


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Posted 14 May 2013 - 08:18 PM

View PostTutankhaten-pasheri, on 14 May 2013 - 03:41 PM, said:


No. Tsiolkovsky was the first person to envisage a rocket with a capsule with life support. He is recognised as the father of spacefilght theory.
http://en.wikipedia....tin_Tsiolkovsky

More important, in the area of actualy building and putting a rocket into space, is Sergey Korolev. He designed his rockets without help from any nazis except for some assistance from one of Von Braun's gyroscope specialists. The other Germans captured had been involved in production, not design, and were not part of Von Braun's team. The rocket design, engine design were all Soviet. The R-7 is not a descendent of the V2, unlike the Saturn. It is Americans that had to use nazis to get into space, not Soviet Union.
Sergey Korolev is the recognised father of space flight. Von Braun, despite the success of the Apollo programme, is now a discredited ambarresment. Korolev will live on in history, as will Gagarin, Tereshkova, Leonov and all the others.
http://en.wikipedia....Sergey_Korolyov
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gagarin
http://en.wikipedia....wiki/Tereshkova
http://en.wikipedia....i/Alexey_Leonov




I've been waiting for Russia... specifically Vladimir Putin...  
to dazzle me with an awesome display of brilliant intelligence
and cutting edge technology. I want to see that. But instead
I witness a tired, worn-out Stalinist WW2 "Victory Day" display.

It seems the entire planet has been sucked into an evil vortex
of political/social degeneracy/perversion and the associated
warped use of technology.



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Edited by AlasBabylon, 14 May 2013 - 08:20 PM.





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