He was the worst astronaut in history and was forgotten in space for 11 months. He came back to learn that the motherland had been destroyed.
With the development of science and technology, human beings have become more and more aware of the earth. Especially the development of the aerospace industry has opened up a new era of knowledge. The 21st century is an era of science and technology, so talent and education are becoming more and more important.
In this issue, the protagonist introduced Krikalev, a former astronaut from the former Soviet Union. The reason why he was hailed as the worst astronaut in history was because he was forgotten in space for 11 months. When he came back, he realized that the motherland had already been destroyed.
For many ordinary people, the aerospace industry is very challenging, and astronauts are also the object of worship. What is little known, however, is that the work is full of danger and uncertainty, and in many cases some emergencies are enough to make the astronauts smash.
Since the successful landing of the US Apollo on July 16, 1969, all countries in the world have developed their aerospace industry, especially in the former Soviet Union.
Along with the intensification of the Cold War relationship between the two countries, they even did not hesitate to "burn money" to maintain huge space spending. In the 1980s, the Soviet Union began to gradually reduce its investment in aerospace due to economic downturn.
But even on the eve of the collapse of the Soviet Union, an aerial exploration rocket was launched into outer space. The task at the time was an astronaut named Sergei Konstantinovich Krikalev (hereafter referred to as "Krikarev").
On May 18, 1991, according to the established setting, Krikalev was successfully sent to outer space. However, at this time, Krikalev, who was in the space station, did not realize that his country was undergoing earth-shaking changes.