Lost Cosmonaut – Is this the first woman in space?

The Judica-Cordiglia brothers are two former amateur radio operators who made audio recordings that allegedly supported the conspiracy theory that the Soviet space program had covered up cosmonaut deaths in the 1960s.

The Torre Bert Recordings – Still a Mystery!

* On May 19, 1961, the Torre Bert listening station ( Judica-Cordiglia brothers) in northern Italy purportedly picked up a transmission of a woman’s voice, sounding confused and frightened as her craft began to break up upon reentry.

According to critics:  The veracity of the recording, however, is highly doubtful, as the woman speaks poor Russian with a marked foreign accent and does not adhere to any standard Soviet space program communication protocols. Additionally, it is simply impossible that a transmission could be heard of the re-entry stage of a flight, as there is a communications blackout when a vehicle enters Earth’s atmosphere. According to the official records, there were no launches from any Soviet launch sites that could have corresponded to this event. The two closest events were suborbital test launches of the R-16 ICBM on the 16th and the 24th.

Another recording from Torre Bert purports to be the sounds of labored breathing and a failing heartbeat. This combined with reports in the French and Italian press, claiming that Sputnik 7 was a manned mission, gave rise to claims that a cosmonaut named Gennady Mikhailov was the first man in orbit and died there due to heart failure.

According to the TASS news agency: It was a failed Venus probe. These recordings are also of highly doubtful veracity, as data on heart rate and breathing patterns were not transmitted via audio on Vostok spacecraft, but via telemetric data.

The third Torre Bert recording claims to have heard a couple launched on February 17, 1961, aboard a Lunik spacecraft orbiting the earth, reporting “Everything is satisfactory, we are orbiting the earth” at regular intervals.

On February 24, 1961, there were some garbled verbal transmissions about something the couple could see outside their ship that they urgently had to communicate to Earth.

What happened is unclear, but communication was lost. Around the same time the listening station at Torre Bert reportedly picked up an SOS signal from a craft in space. As the signal got weaker, it was assumed whatever craft it was disappeared into deep space.

According to critics: This is also unlikely to be true, as the amount of thrust required to break Earth’s gravitational field entirely was beyond the capabilities of early Soviet spacecraft.

Alexey Belokonev is reportedly one of three (two men and a woman) cosmonauts aboard a November 1962 flight. The Torre Bert tower in Italy allegedly picked up a frantic set of messages relayed by the three occupants. ‘Conditions growing worse why don’t you answer? . . . we are going slower . . . the world will never know about us. . .

Is this the first woman in space?

* This is the supposed recording of a Soviet space flight in 1961. In it, a Russian woman can be heard complaining about the increasing temperature inside the craft before it is destroyed attempting re-entry.

This was recorded by the Judica-Cordiglia brothers in 1961. It is reportedly one of many transmissions intercepted by the two brothers that prove the existence of the lost cosmonauts.

The following is a translation of what the woman is saying:

five…four…three …two…one…one
two…three…four…five…
come in… come in… come in…
LISTEN…LISTEN! …COME IN!
COME IN… COME IN… TALK TO ME!
TALK TO ME!… I AM HOT!… I AM HOT!
WHAT?… FORTYFIVE?… WHAT?…
FORTYFIVE?… FIFTY?…
YES…YES…YES… BREATHING…
BREATHING… OXYGEN…
OXYGEN… I AM HOT… (THIS)
ISN’T THIS DANGEROUS?… IT’S ALL…
ISN’T THIS DANGEROUS?… IT’S ALL…
YES…YES…YES… HOW IS THIS?
WHAT?… TALK TO ME!… HOW SHOULD I
TRANSMIT? YES…YES…YES…
WHAT? OUR TRANSMISSION BEGINS NOW…
FORTYONE… THIS WAY… OUR
TRANSMISSION BEGINS NOW…
FORTYONE… THIS WAY… OUR
TRANSMISSION BEGINS NOW…
FORTYONE… YES… I FEEL HOT…
I FEEL HOT… IT’S ALL… IT’S HOT…
I FEEL HOT… I FEEL HOT… I FEEL HOT…
… I CAN SEE A FLAME!… WHAT?…
I CAN SEE A FLAME!… I CAN SEE A
FLAME!…
I FEEL HOT… I FEEL HOT… THIRTYTWO…
THIRTYTWO… FORTYONE… FORTYONE

AM I GOING TO CRASH?… YES…YES… I FEEL HOT!…
I FEEL HOT!… I WILL REENTER!… I WILL REENTER…
I AM LISTENING!… I FEEL HOT!…

In total the Judica-Cordiglia brothers released nine recordings over a period of four years. The details were as follows:

  • May 1960, a manned spacecraft reports it is going off course.
  • November 1960, a faint SOS Morse Code signal is sent from another troubled spacecraft leaving Earth’s orbit.
  • February 1961, a cosmonaut is audibly recorded suffocating to death.
  • April 1961, a capsule is recorded orbiting the Earth three times before re-entering the Earth’s atmosphere just days before Yuri Gagarin made his historic flight.
  • May 1961, an orbiting spacecraft makes an appeal for help after going out of control.
  • October 1961, a cosmonaut loses control of his spacecraft which veers off into deep space.
  • November 1962, a space capsule misjudges re-entry bouncing off the Earth’s atmosphere and out into space.
  • November 1963, a female cosmonaut dies during re-entry.
  • April 1964, another cosmonaut is killed when their capsule burns up in the Earth’s atmosphere.
For more info, please visit www.lostcosmonauts.com
Source and author:  * wikipedia 

3 responses to “Lost Cosmonaut – Is this the first woman in space?

  1. wow that some crazy claims, of course no government will ever admit it is true, and im sure that there’s other space missions that have ended badly, not just from the Russians, that we haven’t heard about.

    I could find no scarier feeling than being locked in a tube free falling through flame, then finding out they didn’t make the tube strong enough. seeing your impending doom has go to be the worst feeling you can ever experience, not to mention the last.

    But then people wonder why there are these constant upgrades to new tech, how do you think they first found out that craft would burn up on reentry? how do you think they tested materials they thought would do the job? lessons gained, lives lost. Im glad that today w get autonomous probes to go into environments like this for testing purposes, so we aren’t just wasting human life like this, and id be willing to bet that these were some A+ grade people on these craft that were given the assurances they would return to see their families. its sad really, all that talent taken suddenly by a science experiment for some bulldog with a star on his shirt.

    Luke

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  2. Tragically sad, and I do believe it!

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  3. Dannnggg! I bet she is really that hot..

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