3 Stalkers visit Chernobyl illegally and Stay there for a Night

Stalkers visit Chernobyl illegally and Stay there for a Night

Maxim is a frequent guest in Chernobyl zone. Usually he went there officially with a specially trained license guides or groups. Later he learned that illegal Chernobyl tourism is becoming popular in Ukraine. So he got connected
with his Facebook friend who was already active into this illegal activity. His Facebook friend Roman agreed to give him an illegal tour into Pripyat. Let's see what is it - an illegal tour into Chernobyl zone.
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2 Russian TU-144 supersonic passenger jet in Monino museum Moscow

Russian TU-144 supersonic passenger jet in Monino museum Moscow

Here is a trip to Moscow Monino air museum where is the one of a few
fully surviving TU-144s ultra sonic jets. Let's see it upclose.
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4 Jets in the Air Training: Unique Photos of SU-30SM Refuelling in the Air

Jets in the Air Training: Unique Photos of SU-30SM Refuelling in the Air

Alexander went to the airforce base to see the training of SU-30SM and SU-30M2 jets before they depart to China for the participation in some air force contest there. The training included fighting between two jets and refuelling in skies. Alexandr got
lucky. He didn't just take photos of the plane from the ground. He was allowed to climb the cabin and fly with the pilots to the skies and then take photos of the refuelling process there. Let's see some cool photos Alexandr took.
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3 Nuclear Warhead Missiles Carrying TU-95 strategic bombers Spotted in Novosibirsk airport

Nuclear Warhead Missiles Carrying TU-95 strategic bombers Spotted in Novosibirsk airport

Those TU-95 strategic bombers and missile platforms are pretty rare to spot. Why? Because they can go thru huge distances without refuelling so normally you can
see them only on airbases where they live. But this time a photographer got lucky in Novosibirsk and thanks to Nikolay we can see the nice birds too:
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2 Soviet T-34 Tank Raised from the Bottom of the Don River

Soviet T-34 Tank Raised from the Bottom of the Don River

    A team of enthusiasts has pulled out a real T-34 tank from the bottom of the Don river. It's all started with a phone call: guy called and said that they found a WW2 tank on the river bottom!
So the divers were sent first to make a video and confirm that the tank is indeed intact and the rescue operation can be performed. Then we have a few videos and photos on how it was..
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2 Photos from a MiG-29 Joy Ride to a Stratosphere

Photos from a MiG-29 Joy Ride to a Stratosphere

For some time already there is a MiG-29 flight tourism popular in Russia. For a mere sum of $10,000 anyone who wants can get a flight on a
MiG-29 jet to a stratosphere. Mostly foreigners enjoy doing this. Here are a few photos so that you can get an idea what it looks like.
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9 A Family in Belarus Lives in a 16 m2 Awesome House

A Family in Belarus Lives in a 16 m2 Awesome House

A family in Belarus finds themselves comfortable in this new mini house they built. The square space of the habitat is just 16 m2 or around 160 sq
ft. They are a family with a kid so it is around 5 m2 per person, including a bathroom, a kitchen an living space. Let's see how it looks:
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3 Tupolev Legendary Aircrafts

Tupolev Legendary Aircrafts

Tupolev Experimental Design Bureau has developed more than 300 aircrafts for 95 years of work. About 50 of them went into mass production. Strategic bombers Tu-160 and TU-95, the legend of civil aviation - Tu-144, the massive Soviet  passenger jet Tu-154 and its modern replacement
Tu-204/214 became the most popular. 1. In the town of Zhukovsky there is a flight-test and a base PSC "Tupolev". There is an airfield "Ramenskoye" with Europe's largest runway 5500 meters long. Every two years the International Aviation and Space salon MAKS hosts in Zhukovsky.
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4 Soviet space radio telescope in Crimea

Soviet space radio telescope in Crimea

This Soviet radio telescope was built in Crimea for a reason: Crimea had the most amount of sunny days in USSR so clouds didn't stand in a way for the
telescopes like this. This particular one was built in late 1960s. It was used in some Soviet sci-fi movies in USSR as well. Let's see some photos of it:
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3 Russian Navy Unique Project: Two-Person Mini  Submarine Called Triton

Russian Navy Unique Project: Two-Person Mini Submarine Called Triton

Soviet Union had some uber cool things. For example this mini navy submarine "Triton-1M" which could seat two and only 32 of such were released. They could stealthy carry
you on an underwater journey whenever comrade admiral sends you. Straight out of some unreleased Bond movie! See photos, thanks to Russian blogger Oleg here:
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