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News Flash from Moonraker, producers of “Moonbase: The Next Step”

The First Moon Landing Anniversary

This Saturday, February 3rd, is the anniversary of the first soft landing on the Moon, which was successfully made in 1966 by the Soviet Union's Luna 9 spacecraft. It marked a significant milestone in space exploration, proving that it could be done, demonstrating the scientific insights that could be gained and paving the way for manned missions.

After a controlled descent and safe landing in the Moon's Oceanus Procellarum region, Luna 9 transmitted panoramic images of the Moon's landscape back to Earth, providing crucial information about the Moon's surface morphology, aiding scientists in understanding its composition and topography.


A replica of Luna 9 on display in the Museum of Air and Space Paris, Le Bourget. Credit: Pline

The event demonstrated the Soviet Union's technological prowess in space exploration and captured the attention of the global scientific community, encouraging further advancements by both the Soviet Union and the United States (four months later NASA also achieved its own lunar soft landing with Surveyor 1).

The development of the Luna 9 spacecraft was presided over by chief designer, Sergei Korolev, who is often hailed as the principal architect of the Soviet space program. Korolev's visionary leadership and engineering acumen significantly advanced the capabilities of the Soviet space program, though he didn't live to see Luna 9's historic achievement, dying just weeks before aged 59.


The first cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin and Chief Designer of Luna 9 Sergei Korolev.

Though he was largely unknown until after his death—due to the politically sensitive nature of his work—Korolev's legacy as one of the key figures in early space exploration, and his vision for the success of the Luna 9 mission, continue to inspire advancements in space exploration today.

Informed by the latest in space science, our Fulldome feature film, Moonbase: The Next Step, takes audiences on a breathtaking journey to humanity's future base on the Moon, explaining how it can be achieved, the daily challenges of lunar habitation, as well as why today a moonbase is being sought with renewed fervour.

An excellent guide to the space race of our own era, you can learn more about Moonbase: The Next Step at www.moonbasethemovie.com, or for information packs and licensing enquiries contact the Sky-Skan shows team at shows@skyskan.com
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News Flash from Moonraker, producers of “Moonbase: The Next Step”

The First Moon Landing Anniversary

This Saturday, February 3rd, is the anniversary of the first soft landing on the Moon, which was successfully made in 1966 by the Soviet Unions Luna 9 spacecraft. It marked a significant milestone in space exploration, proving that it could be done, demonstrating the scientific insights that could be gained and paving the way for manned missions.

After a controlled descent and safe landing in the Moons Oceanus Procellarum region, Luna 9 transmitted panoramic images of the Moons landscape back to Earth, providing crucial information about the Moons surface morphology, aiding scientists in understanding its composition and topography. 
 

A replica of Luna 9 on display in the Museum of Air and Space Paris, Le Bourget.  Credit: Pline

The event demonstrated the Soviet Unions technological prowess in space exploration and captured the attention of the global scientific community, encouraging further advancements by both the Soviet Union and the United States (four months later NASA also achieved its own lunar soft landing with Surveyor 1).

The development of the Luna 9 spacecraft was presided over by chief designer, Sergei Korolev, who is often hailed as the principal architect of the Soviet space program. Korolevs visionary leadership and engineering acumen significantly advanced the capabilities of the Soviet space program, though he didnt live to see Luna 9s historic achievement, dying just weeks before aged 59.
 

The first cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin and Chief Designer of Luna 9 Sergei Korolev.

Though he was largely unknown until after his death—due to the politically sensitive nature of his work—Korolevs legacy as one of the key figures in early space exploration, and his vision for the success of the Luna 9 mission, continue to inspire advancements in space exploration today.

Informed by the latest in space science, our Fulldome feature film, Moonbase: The Next Step, takes audiences on a breathtaking journey to humanitys future base on the Moon, explaining how it can be achieved, the daily challenges of lunar habitation, as well as why today a moonbase is being sought with renewed fervour.

An excellent guide to the space race of our own era, you can learn more about Moonbase: The Next Step at www.moonbasethemovie.com, or for information packs and licensing enquiries contact the Sky-Skan shows team at shows@skyskan.comImage attachmentImage attachment
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Looks huge!

2 months ago
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Something exciting is happening! Stay tuned! We’re working up to the last minute this year!

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2 months ago
Sky-Skan

Happy Holidays, however you celebrate the season, from the warm and cozy headquarters of Sky-Skan! Thank you everyone for an amazing and wonderful year! ... See MoreSee Less

Happy Holidays, however you celebrate the season, from the warm and cozy headquarters of Sky-Skan! Thank you everyone for an amazing and wonderful year!

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Merry Christmas and happy hollidays and all that from Sweden, where we had dungbeetles running wild in the planetarium today.

Nice offices.!!

2 months ago
Sky-Skan

Check out the report about the Blake Planetarium in Plymouth Mass. Great work from Sky-Skan partner SSIA Technologies!
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