Apollo Soyuz Test Project 1975

Today we have to talk about the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project. The project was implemented in July 1975 in the United States. We are known as the first joint venture company to launch a space flight. In 1957 this mission is known as the end of the space race started with the sputnik launch. So let us get some information about the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project.

The Apollo-Soyuz Test Project was the first space shuttle flight in 1981, with ASTP being the last human. The Apollo-Soyuz Test Project was chosen as one of the original Mercury seven astronauts. The objective of this project was the policy of the trend between the two Cold War powers, the United States and the Soviet Union. The Apollo-Soyuz Test Project was launched 15 July 1975 to 24 July 1975.

The Apollo-Soyuz Test Project has been designed to reduce the risk of a human error due to a human error. Originally Jack Swigert was appointed as a command module pilot for Apollo-Soyuz Test Project first crew. This mission is a number of Apollo programs the mission was not, and in the same way the "Apollo" call was indicated.

Apollo-Soyuz Test Project Spacecraft was launched with a docking module. Apollo-Soyuz Test Project has been announced by NASA as "A forerunner of future international orbital station". This mission has been known as press and NASA's web pages called "Apollo 18".

Apollo-Soyuz Test Project is used in the atmosphere of nitrogen and oxygen. Apollo-Soyuz Test Project is known as the United States-Soviet Space Mission. Following this mission, a large Apollo-Soyuz monument has been made in Moscow. This metal is filled with a pole that ends in the Scale model of this spacecraft.

The Apollo-Soyuz Test Project was divided into two parts, the part of which was started as the Apollo command module and the second part was launched as a spacecraft for the Soyuz spacecraft. Apollo-Soyuz Test Project Astronaut Deke Slayton and Cosmonaut Alexei A. Leonov By get a lot of information and new search is done.

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