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3 CENTRIFUGE THAT COSTED ELEVEN TONS OF GOLD AND PREPARATION FOR A JOURNEY TO THE STARS IN A STAR CITY

Centrifuge that Costed Eleven Tons of Gold and Preparation for a Journey to the Stars in a Star City

Posted on January 19, 2017 by tim


This posting is devoted to the review of the routines Russian space travellers undergo before they reach for the stars. All the activities are happening in the “Star City” – 25 km away from Moscow. This place trains space heroes since 1960. They strive to prepare them for all the dangers and possibilities of the space travel. Let’s see how it goes.

Most of the machines here are produced as a single unit in the world.  For example this is the biggest in the world centrifuge. The Swedish company made it for Soviet Union and received 11 tons of gold as a payment.

For this huge money they made a unique machine that can imitate 30G overload rotating body of man in all directions.

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3 Responses to “Centrifuge that Costed Eleven Tons of Gold and Preparation for a Journey to the Stars in a Star City”

  1. john dudley says:

    Fascinating to look at.

  2. RB says:

    Ok what is up with the fake space gun? Of all the damn pistolas on earth the coolest one would be a space gun. Is it some kind of secret weapon? lol

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