In our recent publications we have already told much about the Soviet space program and especially about Buran, the first and the only Soviet space shuttle. Last time we saw him standing abandoned somewhere in the lonely place at Baikonur. But here are quite unexpected information. Recently some Russian bloggers have spotted Buran at some river port in the
north part of Moscow. So it doesn't fly into the space anymore but still can move, at least through the country and by water. See also: First Space Shuttle Ever More About Soviet Space Program. VM-T Atlant Buran, The First Russian Shuttle More About Buran Antonov. The World’s Heaviest and Largest Jet Where is Buran Now?
Soviet automobiles can't be called comfortable or high-quality. Soviet car will always break and it breaks, but never wants to give up. What's the matter? It's the XXI century and there are still lot's of
Soviet cars on the roads. And what is more strange, Russians not only drive them, they still crash them... into each other. For example, they managed to run this old tractor into Lada.
The most famous Russian design studio artlebedev.ru continues to present rather unexpected modifications of the ordinary things. For example, this TV remote controller has more buttons than channels in your TV-set. The creators say that using this device you can easily switch
between 399 channels. So if you like to click much, you are welcome. But don't lose yourself in TV reality. One more picture below. See also: Not a Common Matreshka Money Box in a Form of Air Bomb Cup With Saucer-Ashtray Your Personal Moon