debriefing (2022 № 12 ) Popular science tourism

Film-document №103026 1 part, Duration: 0:22:07 to collection Price category V4
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Producer Studio Roscosmos

Anchorperson: Sergej Tyurin

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A popular science tourism program for young people is being launched in Russia, it is aimed at popularizing science in an accessible and interesting format.

Traveling to regions where there are unique scientific and technological projects can be combined with other types of tourism, for example, recreational and cultural and educational.

The routes are designed in such a way that travelers get acquainted with the history of the region and try themselves as scientists.

Roscosmos Media decided to follow the route of the traveler Gennady Nikolaevich Gudov, who discovered the space addresses of the resort city of Kislovodsk, and also visited the Caucasian Mountain Observatory, where he met young astronomers, students of Moscow State University.

Together with Gennady Nikolaevich, the head of the Summer Space School, Tatyana Miteva, is in the studio, she told about the Cosmopiligrim project, with whom you can visit Roscosmos enterprises in Moscow and throughout Russia.

MSU students Polina Budnikova, Ivan Gerasimov, Alexander Sulbayev and Lyudmila Lachina, chief curator of the Museum of the History of Cosmonautics of Kislovodsk, are also visiting the program.

The program uses an excerpt of an interview with Nikolai Shatsky to correspondent Yulia Deryabina.


Gudov G.N. -- Lecturer of the Department of Information Systems and Technologies of MFUA.
Lachinova L.A. - senior researcher at the Museum of the History of Cosmonautics named after F.A. Tsander, Kislovodsk Museum of Local History "Fortress".
Shatsky N.I. -- Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Head of the Caucasian Mountain Observatory of the P.K. Sternberg State Astronomical Institute (SAUSH MSU).



Space; Space programs