A Spectacular 360º Video that Takes You to Space as the First Polish Cosmonaut

On June 27, 1978, Mirosław Hermaszewski, an officer of the Polish Air Force, became the first (and so far only) Polish cosmonaut aboard the Soviet Soyuz 30 spacecraft.

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The MELT study has published a spectacular video in 360º that puts us in the place of Hermaszewski during the launch of that space mission:

Remember that you will only be able to see the video correctly in the Google Chrome browser. If you do not have it on your computer, you can download it for free here. If you have an Android phone you can also see it correctly. To see it on an iPhone you must download the in360Tube app. Otherwise, you will see the video with a strange look and you will not be able to use the function to turn the view.

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