The Astronaut who burned alive on a space mission (CURSED PEOPLE BEFORE IMPACT ON EARTH)

The Astronaut Vladimir Komarov, was first burned alive on entry into the Earth’s atmosphere.

The tragic story of Vladimir Komarov, the astronomer who was burned alive on a space mission during entry into Earth’s atmosphere.

1960s, manned space mission was extremely dangerous. One of these tragic stories is about cosmonaut Vladimir Komarov, whose mission ended fatally. He was the first person in the world who died on the space mission.

In 1967, the spacecraft Soyuz 1, rose from the earth to the universe with Vladimir aboard. It was his second flight. When the spacecraft began to circle above the Earth, to many errors on the board occurred. Power has been compromised, navigation is broken, and the antenna could not be opened.

The Astronaut Vladimir Komarov, was first burned alive on entry into the Earth's atmosphere.

The remains of astronaut Vladimir Komarov, 1967

Apparently, the spacecraft Soyuz 1 was poorly designed, and to make matters worse, officials were aware of this before sending Vladimir Komarov in the universe. Spaceship Soyuz 1 was not ready for manned flight.

In time orbiting the Earth, he knew he would not be able to return alive. Parachutes in the capsule were also broken. During the fall of the capsule through the Earth’s atmosphere, parachute did not open, Vladimir literally fell to the ground at a speed rate of meteors.

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