WATCH world-first Russian house film crew’s ISS mission, from launch to touchdown in 2 minutes

The Russian movie crew that grew to become the primary on the planet to shoot footage for a characteristic film in house has returned to Earth. RT’s supercut video highlights the milestones of the 12-day mission, from coaching to touchdown.

Actress Yulia Peresild and filmmaker Klim Shipenko, the first-ever skilled movie crew in house, returned from their 12-day journey to the International Space Station (ISS) on Sunday. The Soyuz MS-18 spaceship, piloted by veteran Russian cosmonaut Oleg Novitsky, touched down safely in Kazakhstan earlier within the day.

RT’s two-minute supercut video of the mission reveals the movie crew finishing a coaching course, withstanding excessive g-forces and getting accustomed to low-gravity environments. It additionally highlights the launch of the mission, docking with the ISS, engaged on board, in addition to the profitable return to Earth.

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The movie crew’s flight was facilitated as a collaboration between Russian TV Channel 1 and Roscosmos house company, whereas RT has offered particular protection of the mission. The objective of the mission was to movie scenes for an upcoming film known as ‘The Challenge’, which is ready in house. While the plot of the movie is being stored secret, it’s recognized that the film is centered round a surgeon – performed by Peresild – touring to house to carry out coronary heart surgical procedure on an incapacitated cosmonaut.

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