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Vladimir Komarov (II) (1927–1967)

Vladimir Mikhaylovich Komarov may have become the first man on the moon if the Soviet space program had managed to keep up with its head start on its American counterpart. It was the death of Komarov, the first human being to die in a space flight, that was a watershed event in the ultimate failure of the USSR to get to the moon. Komarov died on ... See full bio »

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 1989 For All Mankind (Documentary) (dedicatee: Soyuz 1, April 24, 1967)
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 2021 Can't Get You Out of My Head (TV Mini Series documentary)
- Money Changes Everything (2021) ... Self
 2009 History (TV Series documentary)
- Katastrophen der Raumfahrt (2009) ... Self
 2005 Conquering Space: The Moon and Beyond (Video documentary)
Self - Soviet Cosmonaut
 1964 Jaaroverzicht (TV Special)

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Komarov became the first person to die on a space mission when parachutes on his Soyuz 1 capsule failed to open during descent.

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