Sputnik On November 3, 1957. Laika is a bloodhound. He is an astronout inside the Sputnik II spacecraft to orbit the Earth. Whether he’s a lucky dog or a monkey. His name can be remember all the time, this spacecraft is a coffin for dogs levied on the streets of Moscow and raises animal-loving protests around the world.
At that time there was no technology or plans to return to Earth. One of the technicians who prepared his capsule said, “After putting Laika in the container and before closing the cover, we kissed her nose and prayed for her ‘sailing’ voyage, knowing she would not survive the flight.”
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The launch of Sputnik II is designed to prove that passengers can survive while in orbit and experience microgravity, thus paving the way for space travel by humans.
Launching the SpaceCraft
Laika went into orbit and seen by worldwide, especially in the UK. “Switchboard” stops the BBC by angry callers even before an announcer takes aim at a bulletin about the news.
British Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, a means of networking. So disappointed with the BBC phone operators, they asked the callers to demonstrate directly to the Soviet embassy and give the number.
To express their disgust about the behavior of the Russians who sent Laika. As it progresses, the National Dog Defense League asks the country to do a one minute silence at 11:00 every day.
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Lady Munnings, the wife of the former President of the Royal Academy, Sir Alfred Munnings, asked: “Instead of a dog, why not use a son, who lives in prison?”
In protest, dog lovers gathered outside the Russian Embassy in London. First Secretary, Yuri Modin. But Modin insists that “Russians love dogs,” he said. This done for humanity and not to sake cruelty.
So what happened to Laika? Although Moscow states that Laika died painlessly after a week in orbit. But an official at the Institute for Biological Problems in 2002 leaked the facts.
That fact: Laika died in panic and heat, a few hours after takeoff. He mentioned, after 5-7 hours have passed, all the signs of life received from the shuttle bus stop.