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2 On top of DUGA Complex in Chernobyl

On top of DUGA Complex in Chernobyl

Posted on May 10, 2014 by tim


The city of Chernobyl-2 is located to the north-west of the small town of Chernobyl, but it is impossible to find on any topographical map. Exploring the maps, you are likely to find a symbol for children, or the dotted lines of forest roads around the city, but no reference to either urban or technical buildings. The Soviet Union was able to hide a secret, especially if it was a military secret.
Only with the collapse of the Soviet Union and the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant did it become known that a small town existed in the Polesian forests, which was engaged in… “space espionage.” In the 70’s of the last century, there were created unique military radar systems to track ballistic missiles from military bases and submarines of the likely opponent. The radar that was created was named – horizon radar station (Duga). With it’s enormous size and receiving antenna masts, Duga demanded a large human resource – about 1,000 people worked on military duty at the site. For the military and their families there was established a small town with one street.

A low-frequency antenna, the height is from 135 up to 150 meters. It’s  length is from 300 to 500 meters. The length in Google maps is 460 meters.
The high-frequency antenna is about 250 meters in length and up to 100 meters in height. On maps the length is 230 meters.

 

The radar operated in the frequency range of 5-28 MHz.

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2 Responses to “On top of DUGA Complex in Chernobyl”

  1. john says:

    Nice looking girl, remember way back that signal being picked up in the west. and your right it was called the woodpecker sound.very cool. fry your brains, i guess.

  2. ya amerikanyetz says:

    Can I have her body after she falls?

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