Valentina Terescoku is the only citizen and only woman in this list. Tereskova worked in a factory and enjoyed entertaining sky-diving. From the humble beginnings, Tereskova became the first woman on the space of 16 June 1963, who revolve around the earth 48 times and spent three days in space – all of the United States astronauts of that time exceeded the combined flight time. In Travel. He was struggling with nausea and physical pain during his visit, Tereshkova maintained a carefully traveled journey and took many pictures of the horizon, which was later used to identify various layers in the atmosphere. His call sign was Chika name, meaning Sigal.
The most famous Russian man of our time, Yuri Gagarin was born in humble people: His mother was a milky and his father was a carpenter and a brick. At the young age of 16, Gagarin was trained in the Iron Foundry, and he was attending night school to receive Grade 7. During the weekend, he volunteered as a Soviet Air Cadet in the local flight club. After graduation, his excellent grades and interest in flying made him the first Chaklov Air Force Pilot School. In 1949, Gagarin and 19 were selected for the Newcastle Cosmonaut Program. In April, 1961, Gagarin was started in space, became the first human to go into space and get into Earth’s orbit. Through this one program, Gagarin has become a quick global celebrity. Unfortunately, Gagarin was killed in regular training practice only at the tender age of 34.
It is perhaps true that Neil Armstrong has always been a favorite astronaut forever. He was interested in flying at an early age and received his pilot license before getting his driving license. At the age of 17, he started studying aeronautical engineering at Pudu University. He worked in the Navy, gained a great experience with different planes. After getting his first degree and working for some time, Armstrong returned to the University and took a Master’s degree in Aeronautical Engineering. After that, he worked as a test pilot before being selected for the ‘Man in Space Sonnust’ program. He participated in Gemini missions, but it is Apollo 11, which gives him an identifiable name in the whole world. Neil Armstrong died in 2012, at the age of 82, was a process to reject his coronary arteries.