3 Space Museum Part 2.

Space Museum Part 2.

Posted on January 10, 2017 by konst4

“Soyuz” spaceship on the left. (Habitation module, the lander spacecraft “Soyuz TMA-4″, device-service module.)

“Diamond” manned orbital station.

Docking layout of OPS “Almaz” and transport ship supply. Manned orbital station “Almaz” was intended to perform defense-related problems with the delivery of information in the descent capsule or through radio channels, as well as to carry out tasks in the national economic and scientific fields. The crew should have been consisted of 2-3 people.

Developed by engineering and design bureau “Salute” by order of the Ministry of Defence. It was created under the leadership of General Designer V.N Chelomey under the “Almaz” space rocket complex. The first expedition was to the “Diamond” station, which received the name “Salyut-3″. The crew with the commander P.R.Popovich and flight engineer Y.P Artyukhin launched on a spacecraft “Soyuz-14″ on July 3, 1974 and worked for 15 days.

Weight (launching) – 18.9 m

Length – 11.6 m

Maximum diameter – 4.15 m

Reconstruction of the museum.


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3 Responses to “Space Museum Part 2.”

  1. john dudley says:

    What a beautiful display of space history.

  2. RB says:

    I love space and that rocket in front of the building was so perfect. I saw the plan and it almost looked like the rocket can move like a pendulum?

  3. Adolfo Camara says:

    I’ve been at this museum. Unforgettable experience!

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