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From Sputnik to Mars

For:

Students, Faculty, Staff, Alumni

Date:

Wed, Nov 18 2020, 12 - 1pm

Location:

Zoom

    Add to Calendar From Sputnik to Mars Join Russian scientist Alexander Martynov to hear him speak about his experiences working with notable spacecrafts. Martynov devoted many years to developing the theory of spacecrafts’ movement in the atmosphere of Earth, Mars, Venus and other planets of the Solar System. He worked in the Ballistic Department of Soviet Mission Control Center as an engineer and provided the successful landings of all Soviet and Russian unmanned and manned spacecrafts on Earth, Mars and Venus between 1968 and 1995.   Zoom Texas Global admin@example.com America/Chicago public
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Join Russian scientist Alexander Martynov to hear him speak about his experiences working with notable spacecrafts. Martynov devoted many years to developing the theory of spacecrafts’ movement in the atmosphere of Earth, Mars, Venus and other planets of the Solar System. He worked in the Ballistic Department of Soviet Mission Control Center as an engineer and provided the successful landings of all Soviet and Russian unmanned and manned spacecrafts on Earth, Mars and Venus between 1968 and 1995.

 

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