9 Space In the Palms of Abandoned Antennas

Space In the Palms of Abandoned Antennas

Posted on June 13, 2013 by team

Dozens of kilometres afoot along snow, hardly passable path leading through the forest and soon we come to an abandoned site “F-3″ of the science tracking station-14 which accomodates a transmitting antenna S-200P of the complex “Saturn-MS-DRC” and a two-storey underground command center of communication. Let’s have a walk along the territory.


9 Responses to “Space In the Palms of Abandoned Antennas”

  1. Ignatz says:

    It doesn’t seem to be abandoned – there’s electricity, fresh paint here and there, oil barrels look quite new, there’s even tv and beds are made!

  2. 山下智久love the taylor swift says:

    sadly!i very want to cry who destoryed all this? ..(╯﹏╰)

  3. Osip says:

    What are the bundles of leafy stuffs hanging to dry?

  4. Alan says:

    AVG&Google blocked your site. ‘Warning attack Site – Badware’

  5. Ben Lalska says:

    I wonder what a place like this cost to put together

  6. regulator says:

    It can’t be ‘this abandoned’ – there’s still electric light, the roads in the 5th picture are cleared from snow and on one of the last pictures there’s a TFT-TV.

  7. Sankar says:

    Yes , I agree with Don Jones. This is just one of the thousands of abandoned facilties in Russia.

  8. Ota Bartos says:

    Fryazino, Moskovskaya Oblast, 56°0’54″N 38°0’24″E
    Space communication site, subsidiary of NIP-14 (Shchyolkovo-7, part of KIK)

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