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"Vostok-2”
 
Date of launch: August 6, 1961
 
Launch site: Baykonur Cosmodrome (USSR).
 
Launch vehicle: the "Vostok” rocket-carrier.
 
Launch crew: Commander – German TITOV (USSR)
 
Brief Summary: The first world space flight with the duration more than 24 hours. The first sleeping in space. During returning to Earth the cosmonaut catapulted out from the landing capsule and then descended and landed by parachute. The capsule descended and landed by parachute separately.
 
Landing crew: Commander - German TITOV (USSR)
 
Date of landing: August 7, 1961.
 
Place of landing: in the vicinity of the small town of Krasnyj Kut (Red Kut), Saratov region, USSR.

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