To the 60th anniversary of the first human space flight
In 2021, Russia celebrates the 60th anniversary of the first manned flight into space. On April 12, 1961, Yuri Gagarin was the first in the world to fly into space, opening up the roads of stars to mankind. In honor of this event, the Russian House Brussels has prepared a number of thematic events. We invite you to participate in the celebration of this anniversary and get a little closer to the to the distant stars of our galaxy.
Films about space in the selection of the Russian House Cinema Club in Brussels
On April 12, 1961, the most fantastic and daring dream of mankind came true - a flight into space. Senior Lieutenant Yuri Gagarin flew around the Earth at an altitude of 302 kilometers on the Vostok-1 spacecraft at a speed of about 28 thousand kilometers per hour. Gagarin's flight into space predetermined the future of more than one generation of earthlings. The road has opened before people beyond what belongs to the Earth. The road to a new world. ("Russian newspaper")
108 minutes of Yuri Gagarine
A journey into outer space?
The Russia Today project
gives you the opportunity to have
a 360° view of space
The footage is shot from space in a 360° format. The project consultant is a first-class test cosmonaut and hero of Russia, Alexander Kaleri.
Each of us imagines
space in different ways...
Whether there is life on Mars is unknown to science, but that only makes the starry depths more tempting...
Space is an interesting
and frightening beauty
In February 1986 the Proton-K rocket was launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, putting the first modular of the Mir station into orbit...
Not only do the two terms for "space travellers" have different pronunciations, they also have different meanings...
Wheat, peas, onions and lettuce in space... dreams of growing plants in space have taken a huge step forward...
"...Let us drift away into the shimmering glow of fiery worlds,
and fly through all the twists and turns of interstellar clouds..."