Zero gravity in the IL 76 in Moscow

Zero gravity flight in Russia

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There are only two ways to experience weightlessness: on board a space ship or in a special aircraft which is especially equipped for this purpose. The Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre (GCTC) in Star City near Moscow has been the training centre for Russian spacemen for four decades – and provides the IL-76 for special flights.

During the up to twelve parabolas, you experience zero gravity for about 25 seconds each time. You will then belong to the few people on earth who could overcome the earth’s compelling force of gravity, even if it is only for a short period of time.

In the cosmonaut training centre you will visit the world’s largest centrifuge and the huge diving pool in which working in space is trained.

We organise this space expedition as a complete 4–day programme including visa for groups of up to approx. 15 persons. So: Schastlivogo poljota — Have a good flight!

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Are you ready for your zero gravity flight?zoom
Everybody gets a personal certificate after every succesful flight! zoom
 
 

The programme:

  • Zero gravity flight in a IL-76 (up to 12 parabolas each with approx. 25 seconds of zero gravity)
  • Tour of the cosmonaut training centre
  • Meeting up with experienced cosmonauts
  • Does not include visa and flight tickets but includes flight overall, photos, official flight certificate
 

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Your contact for “Zero gravity in Russia”

Walter Drasl
Walter Drasl
Managing Director
Tel.: +49 421 - 24 133 11

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