Eerie: Female Soviet astronaut made recordings in space just before she died

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From thevintagenews.com – June 6, 2017 – SilentCircle – Uncategorized – Comments Off

It is safe to say that being an astronaut and travelling to space is not for the weak. Just think, those astronauts are up there alone for an extended amount of time. Think of all of the things that could go wrong. After all, not all space missions were perfect and glitch-free.

There was a very bizarre accident that no one can explain, even to this day. It involves one Soviet cosmonaut’s last moments in space during the beginning of the Space Race, between the United States and the USSR.

Many remember when the first trip into orbit was successful and when the first man walked the moon. On April 12, 1961, Russia was successful on sending the first human being into Earth’s orbit. The pilot, Yuri Gagarin, manned the Vostok capsule. The United States then followed in Russia’s footsteps a month later and sent their own astronaut, Alan Shepard, on a sub-orbital mission during the Mercury space program.

Sensing this was a competition, Russia was prepared to send another man up to space. However, this time they would be sending him into multiple orbits, beating Gagarin’s

Yuri Gagarin saying hello to the press during a visit to Malmö, Sweden 1964.

The story is that the Soviets had planned to launch the mission before the Americans could send up a second astronaut to circle the Earth. American John Glenn would finally achieve that mission on February 20, 1962. However, the next manned Vostok orbital launch would happen on May 16, 1961. The capsule ended up achieving 17 circuits around the Earth.

Although the Russians had already topped the Americans by achieving the 17 circuits around Earth, they decided to top one more thing: sending the first woman into space.

During the mission everything seemed to be going well. However, before the woman could re-enter the atmosphere, something went terribly wrong. Whatever happened next is unexplained and no one knows what happened for sure. It will send chills through anyone reading these records.

Although these records are not exactly proven to be accurate, the story goes that by the time re-entry was attempted, it had been a full week. By that point the ship’s oxygen supplies were running low and were nearly depleted. There was one conversation recorded before the woman suddenly disappeared from the radio. The woman ended up calling into the radio (translated of course):

“listen… listen! come in! come in… come in… talk to me! talk to me! I am hot… I am hot! what? forty- five? what? forty-five? fifty? yes… yes… breathing… breathing… oxygen… oxygen… I am hot… isn’t this dangerous? it’s all… yes… how is this? what? talk to me! how should I transmit? yes… what? our transmission begins now… forty-one… this way… yes… I feel hot… I feel hot… it’s all… it’s hot… I feel hot… I can see a flame… I can see a flame! I feel hot… I feel hot… thirty-two… thirty-two… forty-one… am I going to crash? yes… yes… I feel hot… I feel hot! I will re-enter…”

It appears that the re-entry was not going well. It seemed that the ship was gaining too much heat as the poor woman was slowly being burned alive by the increasing temperatures. She also begins to get emotional towards the end, knowing that her fate would be coming soon. [….]

Read more at: http://www.thevintagenews.com/2016/06/19/very-eerie-female-soviet-astronaut-made-recordings-in-space-just-before-she-died/


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