Special Edition of newspapers informed about the new outstanding victory of the Soviet Union Space.?
MV People reading newspapers (special editions)
SCU Man buying copy of Pravda (2 SHOTS)
SCU People reading newspapers
CU Newspaper - article on Luna 10
TRACKING SHOT People reading newspapers
SCU Prof LEBEDINSKY (3 SHOTS)
ANIMATION Track of Luna 10 round earth and moon
ANIMATION Luna 10 above surface of moon
MV TRACKING SHOT along people in (Palace of Congress?)
MV Kosygin and others on platform
GV Hall (Interior)
SCU TRACKING SHOT along applauding audience 169'
SLV PAN ALONG applauding dignitaries on platform
GV Interior of Hall
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Special Edition of newspapers informed about the new outstanding victory of the Soviet Union Space. The automatic station "Luna-10" became the first artificial satellite of the Moon. Professor Lebedinsky of the Moscow State University tells of this outstanding event. /SOF/. On the 31st of March "Luna-10" was launched by a Space Rocket on a round-the-earth orbit. By command from the earth, the Station moved over to the trajectory of the flight to the Moon. A correction of the trajectory and the orientation of the position of the Station in relation to the Moon was made in the process of the flight. A new command: the impellent installment is switched on and the Station moves out on the orbit of the artificial satellite of the Moon. The melody of the Party Anthem "The International" was transmitted from the Station "Luna-10" and was first heard by the delegates of the XXIII Party Congress.