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Movie (1963)
Russian title : Мечте навстречу
German title : Begegnung im All
French title : Au-devant du rêve
International title : The Galaxy Applauds You

Starring:
Larisa Gordeichik (Cosmonaut Tanya Krilova)
Boris Borisenko (Cosmonaut Andrei Sayenko)
Otar Koberidze (Cosmonaut Ivan Batalov)
Peeter Kard (Flight Commander)
A. Genesin (Cosmonaut Paul)

A group of young scientists write a song. Radio broadcasted, it was heard by Centurians, a civilisation so impressed by the lyrics that their people send a space vessel towards Earth. But they failed and crash landed on Mars. Human scientists launch a recovery and rescue rocket with a crew of three.

Mil Mi-4

Mil Mi-4.
Mil Mi-4.
Mil Mi-4.

Mil Mi-1

With the Mil Mi-4 seen above.

Mil Mi-1.
Mil Mi-1.

Tupolev Tu-114

Tupolev Tu-114, reg. CCCP-76478 (c/n 628444); final fate (past 1999) unknown but before was stored without wings, tail at Domodedovo.

Reg.CCCP-74478 Tupolev Tu-114 of Aeroflot.

Tupolev Tu-104A

Tupolev Tu-104A, reg. CCCP-42471 used by Aeroflot. Crashed on 28 november 1976.

Reg.CCCP-42471 Tupolev Tu-104A of Aeroflot.
Reg.CCCP-42471 Tupolev Tu-104A of Aeroflot.

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