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Опыт и перс Дорога в космос Айдына Аимбетова Дорога в космос Айдына Аимбетова Сентября Поделиться НУР СУЛТАН КАЗИНФОРМ – Сегодня сентября Дорога в космос В гостях у книжки Новости Дорога в космос Текст рассказ лётчика космонавта СССР ЮА Гагарин ; оформл Ю Копейко ; фотографии фотохроники ТАСС и АПН М Государственное издательство ДЕТСКОЙ ЛИТЕРАТУРЫ Министерства Просвещения РСФСР с ил отд л фото Школьная библиотека Дорога в космос Байконур отмечает летие июня крупнейший в мире космодром Байконур празднует день рождения В этот день лет назад Генеральный Урок Дорога в космос – Opi Дорога в космос Большое счастье выпало мне оказаться на её широком просторе первому совершить полёт о котором давно мечтали люди Лучшие умы человечества прокладывали нелёгкий тернистый путь к звёздам Полёт Дорога в космос Libru Из предисловия Значение книги 'Дорога в космос огромно Она представляет собой живое свидетельство первого человека побывавшего там где еще никто не был свершившего то что еще никто не свершал Автор ее Ю А Гагарин мало говорит о себе и больше рассказывает о тех Дорога в космос кто ждал Гагарина на Земле Дорога в космос кто ждал Гагарина на Земле Он был супергероем идеальным человеком с лучезарной улыбкой – поэтому именно его и выбрали для первого полета в космос Настя Белковская дорога в космос | ВКонтакте Группа активныхне равнодушных людейкоторые готовы принять участие в оригинальных не коммерческих проектах Насти Белковской БЕЗ х НОГНужны волонтерыадмин группы АВТО ПОМОЩЬ творческие люди из мира МОДЫ ИКИ РАН Конференция Дорога в космос Конференция Дорога в космос начинается в ИКИ РАН Сегодня октября года в Институте космических исследований РАН открылась Первая всероссийская конференция по космическому образованию Дорога в космос Дорога в Космос | Фонд Время Вперед Дорога в Космос – это совместный Проект Фонда ВРЕМЯ ВПЕРЕД с ООО Дорога в Космос Мало кто из мальчишек и девчонок не мечтает стать космонавтами Их манит звездное небо холодная Луна огнедышащий Марс и еще Дорога в космос LiveLib Книга Дорога в космос Юрий Гагарин апреля года навечно вошло в историю нашей Родины в историю всего человечества В этот день советский космический корабль спутник Восток с м Дорога в космос нам открыта В году первый человек с планеты Земля покорил космическое пространство Как всё начиналось что было до полёта первого человека в космос – вы узнаете посетив нашу программу Дорога в космос русский язык планирование Дорога в космос Цели обучения которые достигаются на данном уроке ссылка на учебную программу понимать основную информацию определяя тему цель или назначение текста Ч; формулировать вопросы Дорога в космос libozerskru Дорога в космос Методические материалы разработки уроков сценарии викторины презентации В ряду десятилетья каждый год Мы метили космическими вехами Но помним к звездам начался поход С гагаринского русского Космос далёкий и близкий Дорога в космос В году она реализовалась в форме конференции Дорога в космос Её название — дань памяти Первому космонавту планеты Юрию Алексеевичу Гагарину которому в этом году исполнилось бы лет Дорога в космос начинается здесь Дорога в космос начинается здесь Самарский университет Самарский университет До сентября идет регистрация на конкурсную программу Дежурный по планете Выставка Дорога в космос Космос это огромная бездна у нас над головой загадочная и необычная Уже в дошкольном возрасте мы знакомим детей с этим интересным миром космическими аппаратами планетами и известными космонавтами Дорога в космос внеурочная работа Дорога в космос Воспитатель Чепелева ЕИ учгод Цели образовательная познакомить учащихся с историей освоения космоса; развивающая формирование элементарной эрудиции учащихся их общей культуры; восп.

  • Paperback
  • 197 pages
  • Дорога в космос
  • Yuri Gagarin
  • English
  • 14 August 2015
  • 9780898757286

About the Author: Yuri Gagarin

James CookSwiss based German watchmaker Bernhard Lederer created a limited edition of Gagarin Tourbillons to commemorate the th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin's flight.



10 thoughts on “Дорога в космос

  1. Amanda Amanda says:

    I am captivated by the story of Yuri Gagarin the first human to orbit Earth I had first read of him in the biography Starman The Truth Behind the Legend of Yuri Gagarin Road to the Stars is an autobiography and I'm not sure if it is due to the translation or if Yuri Gagarin was such a charming storyteller that he was able to convey such a tender and touching recount of his life but this book was such a beautiful story To be able to glimpse into Gagarin's life through his eyes and memories was captivating Perhaps it was on that very day that I first became infected with a new disease a disease that medicine has not yet found a name for an irresistible urge to reach outer space It was a vague not fully recognized feeling but it remained with me bothered me and gave me no rest Yuri Gagarin Road to the Stars

  2. Giada Giada says:

    I was probably around 6 or 7 years old My mother brought me to an exhibition that was travelling through Italy and just recently arrived in my hometown PaduaFor those who don't know Padua it is a small and ancient town with medieval architectures spreaded in its tiny but fancy city centre but for me it has always been THE city MY city for knowledge and research at least after I visited the above mentioned exhibition in the Specola a nice ancient tower that arises in the beating hearth of Padua Galileo Galilei built the telescope to gaze at the moon and discovered that the Earth was not still but was indeed moving; letting some weights falling off from its roof Galilei discovered some important physics laws that broadened the whole humanity understandings of the world we live inWell I didn't know myself all of these things which I learnt from the exhibition my mother brought me to it was a really well built divulgative and kid friendly exhibition about the space race humanity has been into since humanity became a thing It covered the most important scientific and phylosophical findings about the universe from the ancient cultures such as Incas Mayans and Egyptians until our really present days comprising of technical descriptions of the super technologic satellites and other space euipment I couldn't even understandI don't remember all the details all the things that I've seen but I do remember the deep emotions I felt while wandering among all those paper made walls filled with huge pictures of really far away places so far away that only a bunch of high skilled humans ever managed to reach That's how I learnt everything I needed to know about Galilei the Moon landing and of course Yuri GagarinI don't know why this person who looked like the most normal nice guy on earth left such a deep mark on me I read the panels telling his personal story as the first cosmonaut as slowly as a 6 years old could but I grasped all of it with amazement and admiration As soon as I left the exhibition I said to my mum I want to become an astronaut You know those things you say when you are 6 years old and the world the people and the future can still surprise you I've never even been close to becoming an astronaut yet the memory of that exhibition and Gagarin's story stayed with me until today I loved studting physics in high school and I specialized in Astronomy during my Phylosophical studies at the university; I attended meetings and conferences as well as I have attended some guided star gazings using the huge and powerful telescopes a local association made available to subscribers But that's the farest I got Until nowFor my 27th birthday occurred this last October my husband who knows my love for the universe and its mysteries and who often listens to my solos about Eintein and Hawking and space and time without complaining bought me a telescope One of my own And several atlas and books came along with it including Yuri Gagarin's autobiographyI think I cried a little as the emotions were really strong there Even though I never managed to get close to the space that fascinates me so much Gagarin's experience has always accompanied me throughout the years giving me a good example and a life model to point to And now I could know about himIn fact in our Western world if Gagarin is still depicted as an iconic individual of the past century who set milestones for humanity as a whole not much has been said about him Most of the documentaries books and exhibition focus mostly on the American side of the space race the moon landing in particular and Yuri's story is almost unknown to the large public as a result As a further note on this observation it was impossible for me to find an English version of his autobiography and even the Italian one I got for my birthday has been edited by a really small publisher with great titles I suggest you to check out if you speak ItalianThis book brought me into Gagarin's universe and filled me with wonder once again one could never tell that behind such a no frills prose filled with the ingenuity one could only encounter in children the first cosmonaut is hiding in all its simplicity and greatness at the same time The fluidity of Gagarin's narration is so straight to the point and yet exuding of details that the reader is just brought into the plot as heshe was reading a novel from a young and unexperienced authorThis simplicty is what really caught me from the first lines Gagarin managed to tell the amazing things he did in his life the most important milestones he set in the human history in a simple and divulgative way that recalled me so much of that exhibition I told beforeBorn in a small Russian village he first became fascinated by the Russian airmen he saw flying in the neighborhood; they were defending the villages in that area from the German attacks during the War and they appeared as special heroes to little Gagarin's eyes Growing up he engaged himself in an artisanal job both to learn the business and to pay for his own studies as aviatorFrom here to the last chapters of the book Gagarin's tells his story of a young worker who also studied really hard to be able to pilot aircrafts and to help his nation undergoing extreme and dangerous trainings both on the Earth and in the Air All of this training and studying is followed by a hard selection that brought him and other 19 people into the Soviet space program where they undergo extreme trainings and exhausting selections towards the mysterious and wondrous travel that will bring the first man outside of the Earth safe roofThe most emotional part of Gagarin's tale however lays in the last two chapters dedicated to his trip to the space and his return descriptions are still simple and straight to the point but the reader can definitely feel the excitment of the author behind those patriotic insights and comments Gagarin never fails to put here and thereI am going to leave a couple of uotes that brought me to the verge of tears as a final note on this review; it has been of a personal tale than a professional review but that is what I felt it had to be a simple autobiography about my admiration for one of the most corageous and yet humble individual humanity has ever known What beauty I saw clouds and their light shadows on the distant dear earth The water looked like darkish slightly gleaming spots When I watched the horizon I saw the abrupt contrasting transition from the earth's light colored surface to the absolutely black sky I enjoyed the rich color spectrum of the earth It is surrounded by a light blue aureole that gradually darkens becoming turuiose dark blue violet and finally coal black Orbiting Earth in the spaceship I saw how beautiful our planet is People let us preserve and increase this beauty not destroy it

  3. Kristen Kristen says:

    I’ve never read a book by a man that spoke of such friendship and community At every turn Gagarin mentions another family member or friend or advisor that helped him study or learn or took him in or inspired him in some way And what a world he comes from—one where all the students at school are funded and fed and even have money to go to the opera Though at a much higher latitude the world Gagarin describes is one vastly warmer than the bleak landscape of the contemporary US for example I think the book could have used some thorough editing To be fair I’ve only read the English translation Yuri’s writing is wholesome and beautiful but he spends too much time on small details such as listing out people’s full names and ranks repeatedly even after they’ve been introduced to the reader and not enough time on important moments he almost forgets to mention meeting his wife Would highly recommend for anyone interested in getting perspective into life under the USSR

  4. Davide Davide says:

    L'autobiografia in cui Jurij Gagarin il primo cosmonauta racconta della sua vita dalla tenera infanzia fino all'impresa cosmica è la storia di un a profondo per la propria Patria la propria famiglia per il Cielo Toccanti sono le pagine in cui Gagarin racconta il periodo della Grande Guerra Patriottica la nostra Seconda Guerra Mondiale in cui bambino sogna i grandi viaggi cosmici e il trionfo della Pace sull'invasore nazista Ciò che di certo rimane dalla lettura di uesto breve scritto è la consapevolezza di come il figlio di un carpentiere e di una modesta contadina sia riuscito con la tenacia dello studio e il desiderio comune a tanti giovani del suo tempo di superare ualsiasi barriera a diventare il primo uomo a vedere la Terra da lassù e cogliere nell'immensità del globo tutto il senso profondo dell'umanità unita nell'abitare un piccolo grande Pianeta

  5. Paul Mamani Paul Mamani says:

    Four days after Yuri Gagarin returned from his flight the Soviet government held a press conference during which he addressed his country and the world The speech and his introduction by Soviet scientist AN Nesmeyanov were faithfully recorded by a NASA translator We present an excerpt of the intro and all of Gagarin's speech belowAN Nesmeyanov Everything is symbolic in this achievement The fact that the first cosmonaut is a Soviet citizen the fact that the first cosmic spaceship carrying Major Gagarin was named 'Vostok' which means East or Dawn and also the fact that the flight was completed in the morning these are all symbolic So this morning became the morning of a new era From now on the day of April 12 1961 will be connected with the achievement which was accomplished by Yuri Alekseyevitch Gagarin The entire flight around the Earth was completed in 108 minutes and these minutes shook the world

  6. violacea violacea says:

    Conoscevo poco o nulla della storia di Gagarin ma poco tempo fa mi è capitato di organizzare una rassegna cinematografica a tema Spazio Gagarin primo nello spazio era uno dei film e mi ha colpita tantissimo un po' perché non ho molta cognizione di causa sulla Russia la letteratura russa non è il mio forte e a parte ualche film ho solo ualche nozione di base storica un po' perché Gagarin era una persona determinatissima con un grande cuore un eroe umanoIl libro ti porta a conoscerlo ancora meglio leggendo si capisce la sua storia perché è arrivato ad essere una leggenda Mi ha colpita la sua piena fiducia nel regime l'a per la sua patria e la sua cultura la sua grande determinazione nel salire gli scalini del suo percorso l'impegno e la forza di volontàE' un'autobiografia a portata di tutti che potrebbero leggere anche i ragazzi per trarre ispirazione per appassionarsi alla scienza per sognare in grande

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10 thoughts on “Дорога в космос

  1. Amanda Amanda says:

    I am captivated by the story of Yuri Gagarin the first human to orbit Earth I had first read of him in the biography Starman The Truth Behind the Legend of Yuri Gagarin Road to the Stars is an autobiography and I'm not sure if it is due to the translation or if Yuri Gagarin was such a charming storyteller that he was able to convey such a tender and touching recount of his life but this book was such a beautiful story To be able to glimpse into Gagarin's life through his eyes and memories was captivating Perhaps it was on that very day that I first became infected with a new disease a disease that medicine has not yet found a name for an irresistible urge to reach outer space It was a vague not fully recognized feeling but it remained with me bothered me and gave me no rest Yuri Gagarin Road to the Stars

  2. Giada Giada says:

    I was probably around 6 or 7 years old My mother brought me to an exhibition that was travelling through Italy and just recently arrived in my hometown PaduaFor those who don't know Padua it is a small and ancient town with medieval architectures spreaded in its tiny but fancy city centre but for me it has always been THE city MY city for knowledge and research at least after I visited the above mentioned exhibition in the Specola a nice ancient tower that arises in the beating hearth of Padua Galileo Galilei built the telescope to gaze at the moon and discovered that the Earth was not still but was indeed moving; letting some weights falling off from its roof Galilei discovered some important physics laws that broadened the whole humanity understandings of the world we live inWell I didn't know myself all of these things which I learnt from the exhibition my mother brought me to it was a really well built divulgative and kid friendly exhibition about the space race humanity has been into since humanity became a thing It covered the most important scientific and phylosophical findings about the universe from the ancient cultures such as Incas Mayans and Egyptians until our really present days comprising of technical descriptions of the super technologic satellites and other space euipment I couldn't even understandI don't remember all the details all the things that I've seen but I do remember the deep emotions I felt while wandering among all those paper made walls filled with huge pictures of really far away places so far away that only a bunch of high skilled humans ever managed to reach That's how I learnt everything I needed to know about Galilei the Moon landing and of course Yuri GagarinI don't know why this person who looked like the most normal nice guy on earth left such a deep mark on me I read the panels telling his personal story as the first cosmonaut as slowly as a 6 years old could but I grasped all of it with amazement and admiration As soon as I left the exhibition I said to my mum I want to become an astronaut You know those things you say when you are 6 years old and the world the people and the future can still surprise you I've never even been close to becoming an astronaut yet the memory of that exhibition and Gagarin's story stayed with me until today I loved studting physics in high school and I specialized in Astronomy during my Phylosophical studies at the university; I attended meetings and conferences as well as I have attended some guided star gazings using the huge and powerful telescopes a local association made available to subscribers But that's the farest I got Until nowFor my 27th birthday occurred this last October my husband who knows my love for the universe and its mysteries and who often listens to my solos about Eintein and Hawking and space and time without complaining bought me a telescope One of my own And several atlas and books came along with it including Yuri Gagarin's autobiographyI think I cried a little as the emotions were really strong there Even though I never managed to get close to the space that fascinates me so much Gagarin's experience has always accompanied me throughout the years giving me a good example and a life model to point to And now I could know about himIn fact in our Western world if Gagarin is still depicted as an iconic individual of the past century who set milestones for humanity as a whole not much has been said about him Most of the documentaries books and exhibition focus mostly on the American side of the space race the moon landing in particular and Yuri's story is almost unknown to the large public as a result As a further note on this observation it was impossible for me to find an English version of his autobiography and even the Italian one I got for my birthday has been edited by a really small publisher with great titles I suggest you to check out if you speak ItalianThis book brought me into Gagarin's universe and filled me with wonder once again one could never tell that behind such a no frills prose filled with the ingenuity one could only encounter in children the first cosmonaut is hiding in all its simplicity and greatness at the same time The fluidity of Gagarin's narration is so straight to the point and yet exuding of details that the reader is just brought into the plot as heshe was reading a novel from a young and unexperienced authorThis simplicty is what really caught me from the first lines Gagarin managed to tell the amazing things he did in his life the most important milestones he set in the human history in a simple and divulgative way that recalled me so much of that exhibition I told beforeBorn in a small Russian village he first became fascinated by the Russian airmen he saw flying in the neighborhood; they were defending the villages in that area from the German attacks during the War and they appeared as special heroes to little Gagarin's eyes Growing up he engaged himself in an artisanal job both to learn the business and to pay for his own studies as aviatorFrom here to the last chapters of the book Gagarin's tells his story of a young worker who also studied really hard to be able to pilot aircrafts and to help his nation undergoing extreme and dangerous trainings both on the Earth and in the Air All of this training and studying is followed by a hard selection that brought him and other 19 people into the Soviet space program where they undergo extreme trainings and exhausting selections towards the mysterious and wondrous travel that will bring the first man outside of the Earth safe roofThe most emotional part of Gagarin's tale however lays in the last two chapters dedicated to his trip to the space and his return descriptions are still simple and straight to the point but the reader can definitely feel the excitment of the author behind those patriotic insights and comments Gagarin never fails to put here and thereI am going to leave a couple of uotes that brought me to the verge of tears as a final note on this review; it has been of a personal tale than a professional review but that is what I felt it had to be a simple autobiography about my admiration for one of the most corageous and yet humble individual humanity has ever known What beauty I saw clouds and their light shadows on the distant dear earth The water looked like darkish slightly gleaming spots When I watched the horizon I saw the abrupt contrasting transition from the earth's light colored surface to the absolutely black sky I enjoyed the rich color spectrum of the earth It is surrounded by a light blue aureole that gradually darkens becoming turuiose dark blue violet and finally coal black Orbiting Earth in the spaceship I saw how beautiful our planet is People let us preserve and increase this beauty not destroy it

  3. Kristen Kristen says:

    I’ve never read a book by a man that spoke of such friendship and community At every turn Gagarin mentions another family member or friend or advisor that helped him study or learn or took him in or inspired him in some way And what a world he comes from—one where all the students at school are funded and fed and even have money to go to the opera Though at a much higher latitude the world Gagarin describes is one vastly warmer than the bleak landscape of the contemporary US for example I think the book could have used some thorough editing To be fair I’ve only read the English translation Yuri’s writing is wholesome and beautiful but he spends too much time on small details such as listing out people’s full names and ranks repeatedly even after they’ve been introduced to the reader and not enough time on important moments he almost forgets to mention meeting his wife Would highly recommend for anyone interested in getting perspective into life under the USSR

  4. Davide Davide says:

    L'autobiografia in cui Jurij Gagarin il primo cosmonauta racconta della sua vita dalla tenera infanzia fino all'impresa cosmica è la storia di un a profondo per la propria Patria la propria famiglia per il Cielo Toccanti sono le pagine in cui Gagarin racconta il periodo della Grande Guerra Patriottica la nostra Seconda Guerra Mondiale in cui bambino sogna i grandi viaggi cosmici e il trionfo della Pace sull'invasore nazista Ciò che di certo rimane dalla lettura di uesto breve scritto è la consapevolezza di come il figlio di un carpentiere e di una modesta contadina sia riuscito con la tenacia dello studio e il desiderio comune a tanti giovani del suo tempo di superare ualsiasi barriera a diventare il primo uomo a vedere la Terra da lassù e cogliere nell'immensità del globo tutto il senso profondo dell'umanità unita nell'abitare un piccolo grande Pianeta

  5. Paul Mamani Paul Mamani says:

    Four days after Yuri Gagarin returned from his flight the Soviet government held a press conference during which he addressed his country and the world The speech and his introduction by Soviet scientist AN Nesmeyanov were faithfully recorded by a NASA translator We present an excerpt of the intro and all of Gagarin's speech belowAN Nesmeyanov Everything is symbolic in this achievement The fact that the first cosmonaut is a Soviet citizen the fact that the first cosmic spaceship carrying Major Gagarin was named 'Vostok' which means East or Dawn and also the fact that the flight was completed in the morning these are all symbolic So this morning became the morning of a new era From now on the day of April 12 1961 will be connected with the achievement which was accomplished by Yuri Alekseyevitch Gagarin The entire flight around the Earth was completed in 108 minutes and these minutes shook the world

  6. violacea violacea says:

    Conoscevo poco o nulla della storia di Gagarin ma poco tempo fa mi è capitato di organizzare una rassegna cinematografica a tema Spazio Gagarin primo nello spazio era uno dei film e mi ha colpita tantissimo un po' perché non ho molta cognizione di causa sulla Russia la letteratura russa non è il mio forte e a parte ualche film ho solo ualche nozione di base storica un po' perché Gagarin era una persona determinatissima con un grande cuore un eroe umanoIl libro ti porta a conoscerlo ancora meglio leggendo si capisce la sua storia perché è arrivato ad essere una leggenda Mi ha colpita la sua piena fiducia nel regime l'a per la sua patria e la sua cultura la sua grande determinazione nel salire gli scalini del suo percorso l'impegno e la forza di volontàE' un'autobiografia a portata di tutti che potrebbero leggere anche i ragazzi per trarre ispirazione per appassionarsi alla scienza per sognare in grande

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