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World Russian actress, director and cosmonaut back on land after 12 days filming in space

12:20  17 october  2021
12:20  17 october  2021 Source:   news.sky.com

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An actress and film director have returned to Earth after spending nearly two weeks in space making a movie on the International Space Station. Yulia Peresild and Klim Shipenko emerged from the Russian capsule smiling after it landed on the Kazakhstan steppe along with cosmonaut Oleg Two of the group had rocketed into orbit on 5 October for a 12 - day stint to film segments of a movie called The Challenge, which the Russian space agency Roscosmos said would help attract the "cream of the crop" to the sector. Image: Russian film director Klim Shipenko is assisted by ground personnel

Russian actress Yulia Peresild and Russian producer- director Klim Shipenko are set to land on Earth aboard the Soyuz MS-18 spacecraft along with Russian cosmonaut Oleg Novitskiy of Roscosmos, who will be at the controls of the spaceship. Peresild and Shipenko arrived at the station on October 5 aboard the Soyuz MS-19 spacecraft with Russian cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov. They stayed for 12 days to film their upcoming movie ‘The Challenge’, the first feature-length film shot in space . During their stay at the ISS, they served as spaceflight participants.

An actress and film director have returned to Earth after spending nearly two weeks in space making a movie on the International Space Station.

Yulia Peresild smiles after landing on the Kazakh steppes after 12 days in space. Pic: Roscosmos via Reuters © Reuters Yulia Peresild smiles after landing on the Kazakh steppes after 12 days in space. Pic: Roscosmos via Reuters

Yulia Peresild and Klim Shipenko emerged from the Russian capsule smiling after it landed on the Kazakhstan steppe along with cosmonaut Oleg Novitsky inside.

Two of the group had rocketed into orbit on 5 October for a 12-day stint to film segments of a movie called The Challenge, which the Russian space agency Roscosmos said would help attract the "cream of the crop" to the sector.

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A Soyuz space capsule carrying a cosmonaut and two Russian filmmakers separated from the International Space Station and was headed back to Earth on Sunday. © Provided by PA Media Actress Yulia Peresild, left, film director Klim Shipenko, centre, and cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov aboard the ISS earlier Actress Peresild and film director Shipenko rocketed to the space station on October 5 for a 12 - day stint to film segments of a movie titled Challenge, in which a surgeon played by Peresild rushes to the space station to save a crew member who needs an urgent operation in orbit.

The return capsule carrying Russian actress Yulia Peresild and filmmaker Klim Shipenko, the first people to conduct location shooting for a movie in space , has successfully landed , the space agency Roscosmos has reported. The Soyuz MS-18 spaceship piloted by cosmonaut Oleg Novitsky has delivered him and the two members of Peresild and Shipenko spent 12 days on board the ISS after traveling to it on the Soyuz MS-19 ship earlier this month. The duo worked on the film ‘The Challenge’, a feature-length drama produced by Russia 's television Channel 1 in collaboration with Roscosmos.

Russian film director Klim Shipenko is assisted by ground personnel shortly after landing. Pic: Roscosmos via Reuters © Reuters Russian film director Klim Shipenko is assisted by ground personnel shortly after landing. Pic: Roscosmos via Reuters

The movie focuses on the story of a doctor, played by Peresild, who is asked to go to the space station to save the life of a cosmonaut

Roscosmos cosmonauts Mr Novitsky and Peter Dubrov, who were already on board the ISS when the crew docked, and Anton Shkaplerov, who travelled to the ISS with Peresild, also took part in filming the scenes, which were directed on location by Shipenko.

Roscosmos cosmonaut Oleg Novitskiy, Russian actress Yulia Peresild and film director Klim Shipenko rest after returning to land. Pic: Roscosmos via Reuters © Reuters Roscosmos cosmonaut Oleg Novitskiy, Russian actress Yulia Peresild and film director Klim Shipenko rest after returning to land. Pic: Roscosmos via Reuters

In all, about 35-40 minutes of screen time should have been filmed in orbit.

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A Soyuz space capsule carrying a cosmonaut and two Russian filmmakers has landed after a 3 1/2-hour trip from the International Space Station. Actress Peresild and film director Shipenko rocketed to the space station on Oct. 5 for a 12 - day stint to film segments of a movie titled “Challenge,” in which a surgeon played by Peresild rushes to the space station to save a crew member who needs an urgent operation in orbit.

Russian actress Yulia Peresild has arrived on the International Space Station after a three hour flight from Earth, beating Tom Cruise to be the first actor to film a movie in space . The 37-year-old is joined by director Klim Shipenko on the station, after both went through months of training, including This was the first Soyuz launch to the International Station to only include Russian nationals, and the first without a NASA astronaut since September 2015. Shipenko and Peresild will spend 12 days in space , filming the movie that will also include the Roscosmos cosmonauts on the station as extras.


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Analysts have said the Russian movie aimed to be the first to be filmed in space before a Hollywood project announced earlier this year, which involves actor Tom Cruise, NASA and SpaceX.

The capsule landed on schedule at 5.35am UK time on Sunday morning after a three-and-a-half hour journey from the ISS.

Ground crews extracted the three from the capsule and placed them in seats set up nearby as they adjusted to the pull of gravity before taking them to a medical tent for examination.

All looked healthy and cheerful with a beaming Peresild holding a large bouquet of white flowers as reporters clustered around her.

Roscosmos said the recovery of the actress and director will take about a week and their first news conference will be on Tuesday.

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Russian actress Yulia Peresild will launch for the International Space Station tomorrow, beating Tom Cruise to be the first actor to film a movie in space , after his flight, originally scheduled for this month, was pushed back to 2022. The 37-year-old will be joined by director Klim Shipenko, after both went through months of Shipenko and Peresild will spend 12 days in space , filming the movie that will also include the Roscosmos cosmonauts on the station as extras. Tom Cruise is rumoured to be flying to the ISS in 2022, as part of a 0 million project supported by Elon Musk-owned SpaceX and NASA.

Russian Actress and Director to Start Making First Movie on Space Station. The pair arrived at the International Space Station on Tuesday, aiming to shoot scenes for the first feature film made in orbit. Their mission is to shoot scenes for the first feature-length film in space . While cinematic sequences in space have long been portrayed on big screens using sound stages and advanced computer graphics, never before has a full-length movie been shot and directed in space .

The capsule lands on the Kazakh steppe. Pic: Roscosmos via Reuters © Reuters The capsule lands on the Kazakh steppe. Pic: Roscosmos via Reuters

Seven astronauts - Russia's Mr Shkaplerov and Mr Dubrov; Americans Mark Vande Hei, Shane Kimbrough and Megan McArthur; Thomas Pesquet of the European Space Agency; and Japan's Aki Hoshide - remain on board the space station.

Russian crew to return to Earth after filming first movie in space .
A Russian actress and director were set to return to Earth on Sunday after spending 12 days in the International Space Station (ISS) shooting scenes for the first movie in orbit. Peresild and Shipenko will bid farewell to the ISS crew on Saturday evening, the spokesman said, and begin undocking at 0100 GMT. They will be shepherded home by cosmonaut Oleg Novitsky, who has been on the space station for the past six months, and are set to land in Kazakhstan on Sunday at 0436 GMT.

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