5 Huge Abandoned Underground Hiding Place for the Soviet Submarines in Pacific

Huge Abandoned Underground Hiding Place for the Soviet Submarines in Pacific

This was a top secret Soviet project. To avoid uneccessary attention of American satellites it was built solely under ground. Tremendous amounts of ground was removed to create huge tunnels under ground filled with water so that a few huge atomic submarines can stay there and hide at once at Pacific coast of
Russia. It took over twenty years to almost complete this thing, construction works started in late 1960s. But then USSR collapsed and it's now staying as a huge monument of the great projects USSR was building. As you see on the map above the thing was huge. Let's see what's inside.
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6 Production of unique BE-200 Russian Planes That  Can Suck In 12 Tons of Water from a Lake in 18 Seconds Gliding Above its Surface

Production of unique BE-200 Russian Planes That Can Suck In 12 Tons of Water from a Lake in 18 Seconds Gliding Above its Surface

BE-200s are unique Russian firefighting jet planes that drop water on the fires from air. What make them unique is that this jet can refill its water tanks without landing. It simply descends above a river or a lake and slows down and sucks 12 tons of water inside. Simply stunning seeing it in action, there is a video below that
shows how this happens. For this unique properties those planes being sent by Russian forces to help fight fires across the world. It was used in Canada for example last year and in Portugal in 2016. And here is a unique photos by Gelio from a production line where those jets being assembled. Let's see?
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5 Guy Made a Computer Out of Old Soviet Electronic Parts Looks Magically Cool!

Guy Made a Computer Out of Old Soviet Electronic Parts Looks Magically Cool!

This Russian guy has a hobby of making different things from the remainders of old Soviet electronic and electric parts. He deliberately collects different old Soviet
switches, buttons, small bulbs and indicators. Here is one of his latest works - a computer case made from all this old Soviet scrap parts. Looks very stylish:
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13 10 Russian Weapons that Scare NATO

10 Russian Weapons that Scare NATO

Such a loud headline might be the result of propaganda if it wasn't in a Swedish newspaper. Here is what Swedes think are the scariest Russian weapons. The first one is the RS-28 Sarmat missile above. It's an intercontinental missile that carries a nuclear warhead
2,000 stronger than the bomb that fell on Hiroshima. One bunch of such missiles can destroy a country like France in half hour. They will be armed in Russia in early 2018. Americans already call it "Satan 2". Let's see what else is on the list:
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1 Unknown Russian Bomber Il-52

Unknown Russian Bomber Il-52

This is fairly unknown Soviet bomber IL-52. It has a unique "Flying wing" composition without a rare tail. It was a back up project of IL agency and never went
much on public. They started to develop it in late 1940s after a need arisen in delivering atomic bombs across continents. Let's see it in detail:
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5 Airplanes on Display on Russian Army Day 2017 in Krasnodar Russia

Airplanes on Display on Russian Army Day 2017 in Krasnodar Russia

On February 23, the Official Army Day, army was having a recruiting event - displaying their best of the best to attract people make army
contracts and serve. Photographer Dmitry went there and here are some photos of cool machinery on display he saw, including some airshow.
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11 A Sad Story of Yuri Gagarin Soviet Greatest Science Ship Beloved by Millions Betrayed by Ukraine

A Sad Story of Yuri Gagarin Soviet Greatest Science Ship Beloved by Millions Betrayed by Ukraine

Yuri Gagarin was a Soviet science flagship. Was built in Leningrad in 1971. It's 231 m long, and 32 m wide. Main engine has 14 000 kWt power. The crew is 136 people and also 220 scientists can travel and do their work. It has 1250 rooms, including 86 science labs. It was built to be able to communicate via satellites with all top important things in Russia.  It had served variety of tasks. Most mind blowing is to come to Pacific and track Soviet missiles that were fired
from USSR to the middle of nowhere in Pacific. Also to support communication with Soviet space objects - MIR station, Soyuz spaceships etc., when the coverage from on ground stations is poor it could go to any place in ocean and stay there linking Earth with space. It has 75 antennas, including two huge 25 m sat dishes. It could support itself autonomously in ocean for over than 120 days. Main Ocean was the Atlantic Ocean. Let's see more:
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8 Newest S-400 Arrive to Protect Moscow from Sudden Attacks: Videos and Photos

Newest S-400 Arrive to Protect Moscow from Sudden Attacks: Videos and Photos

  New S-400 "Triumph" regiment started functioning near Moscow. In total this would be five new S-400 regiments formed recently near Moscow. Moscow is sort of very protected now from any missile threat. It covers whole
central Russia. At first those S-400 were tested at a shooting range in Arkhangelsk region and now they arrived here. Let's see cool photos of those S-400s up close and also some videos of them in action:
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5 Very Rare Soviet Porsche – Zaporozhets ZAZ Sport 900

Very Rare Soviet Porsche – Zaporozhets ZAZ Sport 900

This car could become a Soviet Porsche. It was called "Sport 900" and developed in Soviet Union during
1957-1965. Only six of those were built. Let's see how it looked, what it was about and more:
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0 MI-24P attack helicopter monument in Russian village Rostoshi

MI-24P attack helicopter monument in Russian village Rostoshi

Russian blogger Mihael went to the village of Rostoshi which has pretty cool army museum and
photographed one of the exhibits - Russian MI-24P attack helicopter. Let's see his photos.
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