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fish recordings : DREYMAN AND AIB-THINK VIP

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Playtime: 5:30 - 320kb/s - 10.31 MB
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2010/10/04 22:23h



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release number fourty-three on fish recordings is here:laika was a soviet space dog (c. 1954 - November 3, 1957) who became the first animal to orbit the earth and the first orbital death. the technology to deorbit had not yet been developed, so there was no expectation for survival. little was known about the impact of spaceflight on living things at the time laika's mission was launched. some scientists believed humans would be unable to survive the launch or the conditions of outer space, so engineers viewed flights by non-human animals as a necessary precursor to human missions. laika, a stray, originally named kudryavka, underwent training with two other dogs, and was eventually chosen as the occupant of the soviet spacecraft sputnik 2 that was launched into outer space on november 3, 1957.laika likely died within hours after launch from overheating, possibly due to a failure of the central R-7 sustainer to separate from the payload. the true cause and time of her death was not made public until 2002, instead, it was widely reported that she died when her oxygen ran out, or (as the soviets initially insisted) she was euthanised prior to oxygen depletion. nonetheless, the experiment proved that a living passenger could survive being launched into orbit and endure weightlessness, paving the way for human spaceflight and providing scientists with some of the first data on how living organisms react to spaceflight environments.

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