MIR’s 30 Years: Beyond the Stars, Inside the Russian Space Program (VIDEO)

MIR’s 30 Years: Beyond the Stars, Inside the Russian Space Program (VIDEO)

MIR’s award-winning tour, "Inside the Russian Space Program," is capped with a Soyuz space launch in Kazakhstan. Read More


6 Hands-On Fun, Fascinating and Educational Travel Why end mights

6 Hands-On Fun, Fascinating and Educational Travel Why end mights

Are you one of those people who prefers to learn by doing, rather than by watching? You like to jump right in and get your hands into the paint, or the flour, or the dirt, to put on a hardhat and go where the action is. You can take the heat in the kitchen – in fact, you go looking for it. As it turns out, quite a few of MIR's intrepid travelers are this type of bold and action-oriented person. And we like to keep you happy learning to do things you may have never done before. Here’s a roundup of six fascinating and perhaps challenging hands-on experiences you can have on our small group tours. Read More


Sarah Brightman: Cosmonaut Space Training in Star City, Russia

Sarah Brightman: Cosmonaut Space Training in Star City, Russia

Sarah Brightman, acclaimed British soprano, has begun her cosmonaut training in Star City, just outside Moscow, Russia. She is preparing for her blast-off to the International Space Station, scheduled for later in the year; the very launch that is a featured event in MIR's Inside the Russian Space Program group tour. Read More


Train Like a Cosmonaut in Russia

Train Like a Cosmonaut in Russia

Train like a Russian cosmonaut on MIR's "Inside the Russian Space Program," where you can experience zero gravity, don a space suit, experience 4-G on the world's largest centrifuge and witness a space launch. Read More


Russia’s Cosmonautics Day: Beyond the Stars

Russia’s Cosmonautics Day: Beyond the Stars

It’s not “Cosmonauts Day” as you might think, but “Cosmonautics,” which rhymes with “robotics” and “aeronautics.” They’re all appropriate words when it comes to Russia’s Yuri Gagarin and the world’s first manned space flight on April 12, 1961. Read More