Gagarin's first flight on YouTube
Gagarin's first flight on YouTube
Film "The first orbit" of the film studio Attic Room dedicated to 50th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin's flight into space, and it will be fully set up on YouTube on 12th April this year.

The film was made as a result of collaboration between director Chris Riley with the agency and the cosmic astronauts to the International Space Station (ICC). While the ICC reiterated route options under the first flight of Gagarin, astronaut Paolo Nespoli was filming the Earth. These images are combined with documentary footage from 1961.

Riley said that they have to combine the historical footage of Gagarin's vote with a new staff taken by Paolo. Then they fit the original music composer Philip Shepard and create a truly stunning film well.

The complete version of the film will be available from 12 April at a special channel firstorbit on YouTube. For now you can find only three movie trailers.

YouTube, the most popular video hosting in the world, is owned by a corporation "Google" of November 2006.

Yuri Gagarin on the historic flight into space took off in the morning of 12. April 1961 year. Spaceship "Vostok" was started about nine o'clock in the morning with cosmordrom Baykonur, and flew a circle around the Earth, landing in the Saratov region, when Gagarin had to eject himself and parachute to the ground.

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