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On 24 April 1967, cosmonaut Vladimir Komarov became the first man to die in space. The Soviet Union mourned the loss of a hero when it heard the Soyuz 1 mission was a failure. Some say Komarov knew he was taking part in a doomed operation, but what really happened?
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Commissioned by: Paul I. Harris
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R Jackson +29
This is very strange. On a BBC radio documentary I heard on Radio 4 about ten years ago, a piece of audio recording was played which was described as the final transmission from Komarov. In it, he shouted repeatedly (in Russian) "You have killed me", and it was extremely harrowing. I've never forgotten it. I wish I could. If that was fake, how did it make its way into a BBC documentary so recently?Месяц назад
Luciano Classical Guitar
It's called Western Propaganda2 дня назад
yes agree8 дней назад
GhostInThe Liquor6 +12
R.i.p Vladimir Komarov , he was a outstanding pilot before choosing to be a astronaut , when you have accomplished your purpose in this life till a point it pleases God , he will take you up to be with him in paradise . God bless you Komarov .2 месяца назад
Well, at least you correctly say "USSR", "Soviet Union", "Soviet" and "the Soviets" instead of "Russia", "Russia", "Russian" and "the Russians".2 месяца назад
@A K Russia was one of the many members of the USSR, collectively saying Russia is all of the USSR is very disrespectful.12 дней назад
USSR=Russia22 дня назад
@Jamie Nope.2 месяца назад
Francis Ssali +1
After launching the man in an unfit spacecraft, they then ordered him to attempt re-entry 🤔.....!!! these guys always breath from behind10 дней назад
I'm very interested in space and space history, I don't have time yet to watch it, I just saw it was released, but I hope they don't dumb it down so much it's false Oh wait, I just realised, even the title's wrong, he's not the first person to die in space, only three people have ever died in space, the crew of soyuz 11День назад
Solace Easy +19
The man who fell to Earth title was already taken. That man survived. Read the book.2 месяца назад
Well, there's a movie claiming this title but Vladimir was the one who actually fell to earth.18 дней назад
What book?22 дня назад
David Pirtle +14
The tone of that introduction feels off for the story being told.2 месяца назад
Thomas Putko +33
Bbc and such a poor material... you forgot to mention most crucial piece of info that there were so many problems with the capsule ground crew just gave up on him. When he realized that he is on his own he managed nothing short of miracle performance to get it to earth safely. Most importantly the capsule went into spin which he managed to stabilize to astonishment of ground crew. When all was good the last piexe failed - the parachute. On top of that you just repeat rumours and opinions of third parties. That is not journalism. Seems like The Sun to me... For me personally this vid makes all other content BBC made which I trusted questionable. What a dissapointment...2 месяца назад
Solace Easy +7
Thanks for additional information. There had to be some reason why he was a hero. Omission is a lie.2 месяца назад
BelleetlaBete * +7
So he didn’t actually die in space then if he had already re-entered when he died?2 месяца назад
@VideoRocketzMillar007 Millar inaccurate6 дней назад
He did die in space and burned up on the way to re entry15 дней назад