‘Everything’s VERY heavy now’: Russian house movie crew tells RT the way it feels to be again on Earth after 12 days on ISS

The first-ever skilled movie crew to shoot footage for a film in house shared their spaceflight expertise with RT shortly after touchdown again on Earth within the Kazakhstan steppes.

The crew returned from their 12-day journey to the International Space Station (ISS) on Sunday. The Soyuz MS-18 craft, piloted by seasoned Russian cosmonaut Oleg Novitsky, and carrying actress Yulia Peresild and filmmaker Klim Shipenko, touched down safely in Kazakhstan.

Shortly after the spacefarers emerged from the capsule, they had been met by RT, searching for the primary feedback on their journey. All phases of the spaceflight, from coaching to touchdown, had been thrilling, if totally different, experiences, Shipenko instructed RT’s Konstantin Rozhkov.

“The flight [into space] was so exciting! Waiting for the flight – the ceremonies, the festivities, everyone seeing us off – those emotions are one thing. But when you return with a sense of accomplishment, and you enjoy all these g-forces, the plasma burning outside the window – it’s like a parting gift,” Shipenko stated.

Everyone felt that this might not be skilled wherever else, besides by flying into house.

The touchdown went easily, and not one of the crew had skilled any opposed results, the filmmaker added. The spacecraft used for the mission was modified particularly to be operated by a single skilled cosmonaut. Regular Soyuz spacecraft are operated by two personnel: a commander and an engineer.

“The guys aren’t professionals, but they completed a very good training course. Without them, it would have been difficult to perform a full, regular descent at all. They participated in the flight, helped me in my work, and I’m very grateful to them,” Novitsky instructed RT.

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Peresild, the star of upcoming film ‘The Challenge’, was requested by RT’s correspondent whether or not she thought she’d now performed the position of her life.

“We’ll see about that!” the actress replied.

It takes time to get accustomed to Earth’s gravity, Peresild stated, when interviewed on a flight again to Moscow.

It’s as if the physique doesn’t actually perceive the way it occurred.

“While you’re in low gravity, you feel like a feather, so everything’s very heavy now – my head’s very heavy, my arms, my legs… Everything’s a little dizzy,” she defined.

The movie crew’s pioneering flight was a collaboration between Russia’s tv Channel 1 and the Russian house company Roscosmos, with RT offering particular protection for the mission. The objective of the flight was to shoot scenes for ‘The Challenge’, which is essentially set in house. While the plot of the film is shrouded in secrecy, it’s identified to revolve round a medical physician, portrayed by Peresild, who travels to house to carry out life-saving surgical procedure on an incapacitated cosmonaut.

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The mission was praised by Russia’s house company boss, Dmitry Rogozin, who stated it supplied the company with worthwhile expertise in coaching newbie cosmonauts. The success of the movie crew’s flight has proven Roscosmos is “unrivaled in terms of training people who, until recently, were not seeking to fly into space,” Rogozin instructed RT.

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