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Belgrade hosts #SPUTNIK60 exhibition

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Belgrade hosts #SPUTNIK60 exhibition


#SPUTNIK60 International Space Exhibition is opened at Belgrade Aviation Museum, Serbia and ex-Yugoslavia website reports.

The exposition is supported by Roscosmos and is dedicated to 60th anniversary of the launch of the first artificial Earth satellite, which opened the way for mankind to space. #SPUTNIK60 exhibition is related to the outstanding event of fourth of October 1957 as well as history of space conquering overall.

Russia’s Ambassador to Serbia Alexander Chepurin, acting museum director Chedo Milivoevich as well as Russian cosmonaut Alexander Kaleri and press secretary of Roscosmos Mikhail Fadeev were present at the gala opening ceremony. Mikhail Fadeev has given a speech to the audience and noted that conquering space is possible only by joint efforts. Hero of Russia, cosmonaut Alexander Kaleri has claimed that launching the first satellite has opened a way to space for humanity. He has added that by now, more than five hundred people have made space flights and space conquering is continued.

Gagarin: First in Space movie by Pavel Parkhomenko was demonstrated at #SPUTNIK60 exhibition.

The exposition closes on 2 November 2017.

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