1 A Flight Into The Future

A Flight Into The Future

Let's visit a new A350-900 XWB (MSN3) jetliner which is related to a family of new-generation aircraft
that corresponds to the requirements of the market perfectly due to the size, range and comfort.
6 The Biggest Command Ship In The World

The Biggest Command Ship In The World

The "Ural" was a command ship operated by the Soviet Navy. She was intended to be a communications
vessel. The electronics and combat missions of this ship used to be closely guarded secrets.
4 Secrets of Enamelware Manufacture

Secrets of Enamelware Manufacture

Today we'll go to a factory where the best enamelware in Russia is produced. Steel enamelware is perfect for cooking and storing food. Due to the enamel contact with
metal is avoided. The factory features a cyclical turnaround producing even package and printing all the necessary information in a printing-office of their own.

13 Sermons In The Frost

Sermons In The Frost

The Eastern Orthodox Church, the second largest Christian Church in the world, will celebrate Easter in May. But before that there are days of long fasting. Today we'll look at
the life of Russian priests who came to the northern Russian town of Tiksi as missionaries to sermonize, conduct Mass and hasten the construction of a new church.

18 How the Sukhoi Superjets Are Being Built

How the Sukhoi Superjets Are Being Built

These Superjets are the first passenger jet planes that are built after the formation of new Russia and also that is the first passenger plane of SU company which previously built
only well known SU military jets. The 33rd airplane is being assembled currently in Komsomolsk-on-Amur. So today we can see how SSJ100 is built on the Far East of Russia.
2 The Factory That Used To Make Porcelain

The Factory That Used To Make Porcelain

Porcelain was obtained in China in 620 and its way of manufacture was kept in secret for many years. European porcelain was obtained much later. In Belarus they have an old factory that
keeps manufacturing porcelain in spite of the fact its equipment needs to be replaced for modern one. The process of porcelain manufacturing is very complex and is shown below.
4 Soviet Planes On the Photos of the Foreigner

Soviet Planes On the Photos of the Foreigner

Howard Sochurek was a photographer for Life magazine. He joined Life in 1950 and worked in many
countries including the Soviet Union. His photos of Soviet airplanes taken in 1958 are shown below.

38 Swimming In The Frost

Swimming In The Frost

The swimming pool in Moscow was built at the place of the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour that had been demolished in 1930. The construction started in 1958 and in 1960 the swimming pool welcomed
its first visitors. That was the largest swimming pool in the USSR and one of the biggest pools in the world that time. Today it is just a history as the construction was demolished.
18 Flying Over the Kremlin

Flying Over the Kremlin

The Kremlin in the city of Kazan is a unique historical, architectural and cultural complex which combines both Christian and Moslim, Russian and Tatar motives. The
Kremlin is situated on the high left bank of the Volga river and left bank of the Kazanka river. We are going to have a helicopter tour over the Kremlin now.
10 One Ordinary Day of a Department Head

One Ordinary Day of a Department Head

There is a community where anybody could post their own photos of how they spent one day of their lives. Lot of different people post stuff, but once almost all of the visitors got surprised as they opened the website for this: real governmental authority, a head of mass media
department, posted his private photos by himself starting on how he wakes up semi-naked in his bed and then all the things he did throughout the day. Captions and jokes for those photos are by the state official himself unchanged, only translated in English.

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