Did the Soviets leave dead cosmonauts in orbit? – We Are The Mighty

Although today we tend to look back at the Space Race with the Soviet Union as a competition we were destined to win, it was actually the Soviets that secured many of the early victories. American officials at the time weren’t only worried about Soviet prestige winning out; they had very real concerns about Soviet space dominance providing them the ultimate high ground in the next global conflict… Read more about this article in the link below…


This is famous or infamous recording of Judica-Cordiglia brothers from 1961. If you want story check on Wikipedia, or http://www.lostcosmonauts.com. I’ve cleaned this record using some sort of audio programs. I reduced noises and hiss and improve eq. I think translation which you can find in Internet of this audio is very innacurate. If somebody understand what this woman talk please write. Maybe we can solve this mistery, is it real or fake…
I think there is cut in half of this audio, I’ve marked this on video…

The Haunting Mystery Of The USSR’s Lost Cosmonauts

By Wyatt Redd

ITU Pictures/ Flickr,    Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin…

In 1961, Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first man in space. However, some conspiracy theorists speculate that the Soviets reached the cosmos on an earlier mission but covered it up because they lost cosmonauts. Luckily for everyone who didn’t want to see the human race destroyed in an ocean of nuclear fire, the Cold War never turned hot. Instead, the rivalry between the Soviet Union and the West was basically just a contest to see which side could demonstrate the superiority of their system to the rest of the world. And sometimes, it wasn’t even limited to Earth, as both sides raced to see who could put humans into space first… Read more about this article in the link below…


Wikimedia Commons,  A model of the Yuri Gagarin’s Vostok spacecraft with its upper stage…
Yes Russia has left stained Cosmonaut in space for months perhaps a year but not stranded now…
In 1961, two amateur Italian radio engineers recorded what many believe to be the voice of a female cosmonaut burning up on re-entry. If real, this would have been the first woman in space.
Check out the short film, Kosmonauta, from Mirjam Veske and Nils Eilif Bremdal…

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