Astronaut Training Itinerary:
Day one - Arrival in Moscow. Meeting at Sheremetyevo International/Domodedovo Airport. You will be accommodated in a Cosmos Hotel.
Day two - You will be transferred to the Russian Star City, located in 15.5 miles / 25 km to the east from Moscow, by the comfortable bus, together with a guide-interpreter. After you arrive in Star City you will need pass the small medical inspection aimed to certify your normal state of physical health. Then you will hear short theory and will spend almost one hour in hands-on lessons inside of the ORLAN Space Suit under the condition of simulated weightlessness.
Your Astronaut Training simulates all real operations on the ORLAN extra-vehicular Space Suit preparation, as well as preparation of all lock systems and systems of the module for getting out into outer space, putting on a space suit and moving in him in order to open the transition hatch in a Russian or International Space Station.
Day three - Day of departure from Russia. Our guide-interpreter will take you to Sheremetyevo International/Domodedovo Airport, Moscow.
Details of Astronaut Training:
* The price of Astronaut Training: ORLAN Space Suit is given for 1 person.
We hope for a good condition of your health. The contra-indications are: hypertension of a high level, ischemia, fungous diseases, and oncological diseases.
Your Height should be from 5.41 ft / 1,65 m to 6.23 ft / 1,90 m, normal body-build.
The duration of Astronaut Training: ORLAN Space Suit (from departure before returning) no more than 4.0 - 4.5 hours. You have to send passport information not later than 30 days before this Astronaut Training. Please, learn others conditions and details of the reservation for Astronaut Training: ORLAN Space Suit.
Please, contact RusAdventures before Astronaut Training: ORLAN Space Suit if you are interested in:
Astronaut Training: ORLAN Space Suit
Small Space House in Russian Star City
ORLAN extra-vehicular space suit for coming out in outer space protects from radiation, the space vacuum and other disadvantageous factors of space flight. Russian cosmonauts come out in outer space in this "small house" from International Space Station. You will be given a unique chance: to feel like a real cosmonaut/astronaut, as you will be training using the special space simulator "Exit". The great Astronaut Training: ORLAN Space Suit in Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center (Russian Star City, Moscow Region) with RusAdventures.com.
Dates of Astronaut Training:
The Astronaut Training: ORLAN Space Suit is not possible in any workday of the week. On Saturday and Sunday, as well as on Russian official State Holidays the Star City is closed and the Astronaut Training: ORLAN Space Suit is not possible. Therefore, please contact us to specify possible dates of this Astronaut Training in Russian Star City.
Astronaut Training includes:
Mrs. Wally Funk, a businessman from USA, prepares for "input" in a ORLAN Space Suit. Astronaut Training: ORLAN Space Suit in Russian Star City begins.
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