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Nanosatellite Launch In Russia

Posted on July 9, 2014 by team

This time we’re going to a place in the Orenburg region close to the Russian-Kazakh border to see how a remote sensing satellite on a heavy Russian ballistic missile RS-20 “Dnieper” is launched into space from the silo.

For citizens of the Orenburg region having dozens of mines with nuclear missiles nearby is not a nightmare but an habitual reality. Their men maintain and guard them and live normal lives at the same time – have wives, walk with children, go to cafes…

This launch site was built seven years ago, today it keeps the heaviest Russian nuclear missiles RS-20 B “Voevoda” (SS-18 Satan according to the NATO classification).


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