At the same time, at the opposite side of the world, in Bulgaria, Captain of Aviation Sergey Shiborin (Nikolay Barzilovich) receives the same letter of acceptance into the cosmonaut program. He provided for the story. Also in 1959, pioneering space theoretician Hermann Oberth claimed that a pilot had been killed on a sub-orbital ballistic flight from Kapustin Yar in … But I believe after the fall of soviet union and their records became public researchers were able to verify what happened to these people. Three more names of alleged cosmonauts claimed to have perished under similar circumstances were Andrei Mitkov, Sergei Shiborin and Maria Gromova. On one occasion in October of 1960 a Soviet rocket exploded upon take off, killing around 150 people, and this was followed by a cosmonaut who was immolated within his space capsule during a fire, but despite these setbacks on April 12th, 1961, the Soviets were proud to announce that they had put the first man in space. Hermann Oberth claimed that a pilot had been killed on a sub- orbital ballistic flight from Kapustin Yar in early 1.

Andrei Mitkov, Sergei Shiborin and Maria Gromova are supposedly who they recorded.

[2] Also in 1. Meanwhile, back in the Soviet Union, textile mill worker Maria Gromova (Tanya Numismatova) is one of seven women accepted into the female cosmonaut corps. Also in 1959, pioneering space theoretician Hermann Oberth claimed that a pilot had been killed on a sub-orbital from Kapustin Yar in early 19 . He provided for the story.

There was also a report from space theoretician Hermann Oberth, …

Three other cosmonauts Andrei Mitkov, Sergei Shiborin and Maria Gromova were also said to have lost their lives in space in 1959.

Three more names of alleged cosmonauts claimed to have perished under similar circumstances were Andrei Mitkov, Sergei Shiborin and Maria Gromova.

He provided no source for the story. [3] In December 1. Three more names of alleged cosmonauts claimed to have perished under similar circumstances were , and Maria Gromova.

I can believe the possibility Vladimir Ilyushin was the first man in space but injured on his return.

Also in 1959, pioneering space theoretician Hermann Oberth claimed that a pilot had been killed on a sub-orbital from Kapustin Yar in early 19 . Apparently Cosmonaut Aleksei Ledovsky had been launched inside a converted R-5A rocket and had perished. Three more names of alleged cosmonauts claimed to have perished under similar circumstances were , and Maria Gromova.

Three more names of alleged cosmonauts claimed to have died under similar circumstances were Andrei Mitkov, Sergei Shiborin and Maria Gromova. Also in 1959, pioneering space theoretician Hermann Oberth claimed that a pilot had been killed on a Sub-Orbital ballistic flight from the Kapustin Yar Cosmodrome in early 1958. In one case, an alleged high-ranking Czech Communist created a stir when he leaked supposed top secret information concerning several unofficial space forays carried out by cosmonauts Alexei Ledovsky, Andrei Mitkov, Sergei Shiborin and Maria Gromova, all ending in tragedy, although the Soviets would not admit to this.