September 21 - we invite you to the Baikonur Cosmodrome!

Let's watch the launch of Soyuz MS-22 and learn about space!

September 21 - we invite you to the Baikonur Cosmodrome!

We have prepared a program for tourists who will be able to see the museums of a closed object - the Baikonur Cosmodrome itself and the restricted city of the same name.

The Soyuz MS-22 spacecraft is named after the great self-taught scientist Konstantin Eduardovich Tsiolkovsky.

It is a Russian manned transport spacecraft scheduled for launch to the International Space Station on September 21, 2022. Expedition ISS-68, which will begin in autumn 2022 and will end in the spring of 2023, will be headed by cosmonaut Sergei Prokopyev, with him will fly engineer Dmitry Petelin and NASA astronaut Francisco Rubio. The spacecraft will be launched from Baikonur using a Soyuz-2.1a launch vehicle.

It is expected that the flight to the ISS will take three hours. That is, the tourists will not have time to disperse to their homes, and the spacecraft will already dock with the ISS.

  Main Crew  

Sergey Prokopev, Russia Dmitry Petelin, Russia Francisco Rubio, USA

The Baikonur Cosmodrome is a unique scientific and technical complex. Over the past 50 years, it has become the largest cosmodrome in the world. Its area is 7000 sq. km; its length is 75 km from North to South and 90 km from West to East.

The spaceport includes 9 launch complexes (15 launch pads); 11 testing facilities, 3 spacecraft refueling stations and 2 airfields.

Baikonur is now open for worldwide cooperation in space exploration, for new generation orbital stations, and for manned cosmonautics, being the only and the largest cosmodrome in the world.


   Program of visiting Baikonur facilities  

  Day  1  

  Day 2  

  Day 3  

*The Cosmodrome is a restricted facility and requires the issuance of permits.
***The cost varies depending on the program and number of people.
**** A special operation mode is established on the territory of the cosmodrome and Baikonur city. Entrance to and exit from the territory of the cosmodrome and Baikonur is by special passes through specially equipped checkpoints. Documents are submitted 28 days in advance, to access and stay in the city and Baikonur Cosmodrome. Foreign nationals must have a Kazakhstan visa to obtain a permit. 

   Cost includes:   

   Price does not include:   

*The program can be adjusted depending on the time of the rocket launch, the time of arrival of the guests at Kyzylorda airport or Toretam railway station.


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