December 8, 2021

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The Russian team that filmed the first film in orbit came back to Earth

Actress Yulia Percild and director Klim Sipenko spent 12 days at the International Space Station.

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They stayed in space for 12 days. Actress Yulia Perzild and director Klim Sipenko, He returned to Earth with astronaut Oleg Nowitsky on Sunday, October 17, while staying at the International Space Station (ISS) to take the first picture in space. The Soyuz MS-18 capsule landed in the grasslands of Kazakhstan at 6:36 a.m. (French time), according to images broadcast by Russian space agency Roscosmos.

The Russian director appeared to be coming out of the capsule. The actress, who was selected from about 3,000 candidates, played the lead role in her film, which was then extracted from the capsule to applause, before receiving the bouquet.

Yulia Percild and Klim Sipenko, 37 and 38, departed from Pykonor on October 5, respectively. Tentatively named for their film The challenge, A surgeon with the aim of saving the life of an astronaut ISS.

In the context of the Russian-American rivalry, this cinematic adventure also takes on the appearance of a new space race, with NASA and Elon Muskin’s SpaceX company also revealing a shooting plan on ISS with Tom Cruise.

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