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The Mysterious Lost Cosmonaut Recording | Random Thursday

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The Mysterious "Lost Cosmonaut" Recording | Random Thursday

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.

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Achille and Giovanni Judica-Cordiglia, recorded signals of a female voice making a distress call on a Soviet space frequency.

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Achille and Giovanni Judica-Cordiglia were two highly regarded radio engineers from Italy who, starting with the launch of Sputnik, made a name for themselves by tracking and recording radio signals from satellites in orbit.

Over time, they bought an old WWII bunker and transformed it into a listening station they named Torre Bert.

From here, the recorded everything from the heartbeat of Laika, the dog on Sputnik 2, to Yuri Gagarin.

But they also recorded some mysterious sounds from missions that were never made public by the highly secretive Soviet Union. One of these was of a woman crying out in distress in May of 1961.

If real, this would have been the first female in space, a full 2 years before the current first, Valentina Tereshkova.

To this day, Russian officials have never named or acknowledged the existence of a mission that this could have been from. Was this a doomed cosmonaut in her final moments? Or a clever hoax?

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What Happened to the Lost Soviet Cosmonauts?

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Yuri Gagarin Was Not The First Man In Space | Cosmonaut Cover Up | Spark

In the race for space travel, Russia led the way by putting the first man in space, Yuri Gagarin. But with the break up of the former Soviet Union and the rise of democracy in the Russian Federation, a shocking truth has been unearthed. This 2003 documentary delves into the conspiracy that left the world in the dark during the heart of the Cold War.

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26C3: The Lost Cosmonauts 1/5

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Speaker: Brian Dunning

Critical Thinking
I'm going to talk about the benefits of applying critical thinking stories that we hear in the popular media, and the example I'll be focusing on is the story of the Lost Cosmonauts: Soviet Cosmonauts supposed to have died in space, but who were erased from history. We have audio recordings, allegedly from these dying Cosmonauts, and we'll apply critical thinking to learn what the real source was.

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OTD in Space – June 29: Cosmonauts Found Dead After Returning

On June 29, 1971, a Soviet space mission ended in tragedy when three Russian cosmonauts were found dead inside their spacecraft after returning to Earth. Inside the Soyuz 11 space capsule were cosmonauts Vladislav Nikolayevich, Viktor Ivanovich Patsayev, and Georgi Timofeyevich Dobrovolskiy. They were the only crew to ever board the world's first space station, Salyut 1. They launched on June 6, 1971 and spent 23 days doing science experiments aboard the space station before heading back to Earth. The reentry seemed to be going according to plan until the recovery team opened the capsule. Investigators believe the crew had become asphyxiated when a ventilation valve rattled open, causing the cabin to depressurize.

Russian Cosmonauts In Training (1961)

Unissued / unused footage - dates and locations may be unclear / unknown.



Russian cosmonauts in training - Russia / USSR.



Cosmonauts experiencing weightlessness in training. Various shots as cosmonaut is strapped into Gravity Simulator and allowed to spin at great speed, so experiencing Plus Gravity Pulls, (possibly Yuri Gagarin).



Another is strapped into a swinging device which doesn't seem to agree with him (looks like he is about to pass out). Then a man strapped into a vibrating seat (looks quite funny). Another is shut up in a pressure chamber while men and women in white coats turn up valves and dials. The cosmonaut's head falls back, the valves are turned down and a man goes into to pull him out of the chamber.



Final shot shows C/U of can of film with Russian lettering on the top. A hand comes into shot and lifts the lid off to reveal a roll of film inside.



(Interpos Colour.)
FILM ID:3323.11

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British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 136,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1984. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website.

Death Of Russian Spaceman (1967)

No title - Death of Russian spaceman Colonel Vladimir Komarov.



Various shots of a spaceship on re-entry into Earth's atmosphere. C/U and M/S newspaper headlines announcing the death of Komarov. C/U Komarov's picture. C/U headlines 'Spaceship falls 4 1/2 miles in landing failure'. Various shots of Komarov in training floating about inside capsule. C/U inside the first space capsule for three men which Komarov piloted in 1964. C/U Komarov.



M/S of Yuri Gagarin. M/S of crowd. M/S Gagarin with Nikita Khruschev. M/S of Ed White doing American walk in space. Various shots of space capsule in flight. M/S of a sea landing. C/U's of the three American astronauts, Ed White, Virgil Grissom and Roger Chaffee, who were killed by a fire in their capsule. Various shots of the burnt-out American space capsule. M/S of Komarov with his family. C/U Komarov. M/S of the moon.
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British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 136,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1984. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website.

Construction of the Soviet Cosmonaut - Vyacheslav Gerovitch

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MIT Lecturer Vyacheslav Gerovitch on Sergei Korolev's design bureau, the leadership of the Soviet cosmonauts, and thinking outside the box in space

Only Three People Have Died in Space

More people have died in the pursuit of spaceflight, but only the crew of Soyuz 11 was exposed to the environment above the Karman Line (and yes, I erroneously called it the von Karman line in the video since that was his name!).

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Or get a signed hardcover edition on my website! - IT'S BACK ONLINE! :) (But orders are slow for the moment - waiting for books from my publisher!)

My blog archives has lots of awesome olde timey space, too (and I'm looking for a new home for it, too!):

I've also got a PATREON PAGE! Want to listen to a Vintage Space Podcast or get awesome merch like t-shirts? Please consider becoming a patron! I've set up a Patreon account so I can raise funds to buy the gear I'll need to make an awesome podcast and also work with professionals to make better content all around. Any help is so hugely appreciated.

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26C3: The Lost Cosmonauts 2/5

Clip 2/5
Speaker: Brian Dunning

Critical Thinking
I'm going to talk about the benefits of applying critical thinking stories that we hear in the popular media, and the example I'll be focusing on is the story of the Lost Cosmonauts: Soviet Cosmonauts supposed to have died in space, but who were erased from history. We have audio recordings, allegedly from these dying Cosmonauts, and we'll apply critical thinking to learn what the real source was.

For more information go to:
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26C3: The Lost Cosmonauts 3/5

Clip 3/5
Speaker: Brian Dunning

Critical Thinking
I'm going to talk about the benefits of applying critical thinking stories that we hear in the popular media, and the example I'll be focusing on is the story of the Lost Cosmonauts: Soviet Cosmonauts supposed to have died in space, but who were erased from history. We have audio recordings, allegedly from these dying Cosmonauts, and we'll apply critical thinking to learn what the real source was.

For more information go to:

OTD in Space - Nov. 1: Soviet Union Launches Mars 1 Spacecraft

On November 1, 1962, the Soviet Union launched the Mars 1 spacecraft on a mission to fly by the Red Planet. While it did end up flying by Mars, the mission was not exactly a success. After it separated from the rocket, it deployed its solar panels and started cruising toward Mars. When mission controllers were checking out the telemetry it transmitted back to Earth, they found out that Mars 1 had sprung a leak in one of the gas valves that controls the spacecraft’s orientation. And without a working orientation system, Mars 1 would have a hard time pointing its antennas in the right direction. It lost contact with Earth when it was about halfway to Mars.

Lost Cosmonaut - Is this the first woman in space?

This is a supposed recording of a Soviet space flight in 1961. In it, a Russian woman can be heard complaining about the increasing temperature inside the craft before it is destroyed attempting re-entry.

This was recorded by the Judica-Cordiglia brothers in 1961. It is reportedly one of many transmissions intercepted by the two brothers that prove the existence of the lost cosmonauts.

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The following is a translation of what the woman is saying:

five...four...three ...two...one...one
two...three...four...five...
come in... come in... come in...
LISTEN...LISTEN! ...COME IN!
COME IN... COME IN... TALK TO ME!
TALK TO ME!... I AM HOT!... I AM HOT!
WHAT?... FORTYFIVE?... WHAT?...
FORTYFIVE?... FIFTY?...
YES...YES...YES... BREATHING...
BREATHING... OXYGEN...
OXYGEN... I AM HOT... (THIS)
ISN'T THIS DANGEROUS?... IT'S ALL...
ISN'T THIS DANGEROUS?... IT'S ALL...
YES...YES...YES... HOW IS THIS?
WHAT?... TALK TO ME!... HOW SHOULD I
TRANSMIT? YES...YES...YES...
WHAT? OUR TRANSMISSION BEGINS NOW...
FORTYONE... THIS WAY... OUR
TRANSMISSION BEGINS NOW...
FORTYONE... THIS WAY... OUR
TRANSMISSION BEGINS NOW...
FORTYONE... YES... I FEEL HOT...
I FEEL HOT... IT'S ALL... IT'S HOT...
I FEEL HOT... I FEEL HOT... I FEEL HOT...
... I CAN SEE A FLAME!... WHAT?...
I CAN SEE A FLAME!... I CAN SEE A
FLAME!...
I FEEL HOT... I FEEL HOT... THIRTYTWO...
THIRTYTWO... FORTYONE... FORTYONE

AM I GOING TO CRASH?... YES...YES... I FEEL HOT!...
I FEEL HOT!... I WILL REENTER!... I WILL REENTER...
I AM LISTENING!... I FEEL HOT!...

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What Happened To The Lost Woman In Space? The Sad Story Of Lost Russian Cosmonaut With Recording

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Video Summary Of The Sad Story Of Lost Russian Cosmonaut With Recording:

You guys may have watched the Chernobyl mini series by HBO and know how the Soviet used to cover up its flaws and keep it hidden from the world.

Nuclear Power Plants weren’t the only example of it. Soviet Union also used to do the same in case of its failed space programs.

Achille and Giovanni were two Italian brothers. They used to operate radios.

But one day, something unexpected happened,

In November 1963, they captured a very weird signal.

It was coming from the space.

After decoding it, they were completely shocked.

It was the voice of a female cosmonaut re-entering the Earth’s atmosphere in a malfunctioning spacecraft.

She was scared in pain and asking for help

She was crying and screaming “I am hot” as the spacecraft burnt up.

The original recording you heard was the part of the signal they received,

Some believe she was the first female to successfully enter space. But when she was coming back to Earth, due to some technical failures the space capsule caught fire and sadly she died.

But their existence has never been publicly acknowledged by either the Soviet or Russian space authorities.
So, what you guys think about this radio message? Comment down below.

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