After twelve days on the International Space Station, a Russian film crew wants to return to Earth on Sunday (6.35pm CEST). The space capsule with actress Julia Peressild and director Klim Schipenko on board would have to land in the steppes of Kazakhstan in Central Asia. You will be accompanied by cosmonaut Oleg Nowizki, who has been on the ISS since April. The flight to Earth should take more than three hours.
For the first time in the history of spaceflight, a film crew stayed on the ISS to film. The film, announced as a space drama, has the working title “Wysow” (challenge). He tells of a doctor who has to fly to the space station to save the life of a sick cosmonaut.
For the Russian space agency Roskosmos, it is not least about advertising for the sector, so more young people are interested in jobs in space. Critics complain that a lot of money was put into the film project instead of into research.
Accessed 17 October 2021 at 05:25 on https://www.sn.at/panorama/international/russisches-filmteam-kehrt-von-raumstation-zurueck-111003232