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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6 Newest Russian MiG-35 Jet, Exclusive Pictures from Today’s Presentation

Newest Russian MiG-35 Jet, Exclusive Pictures from Today’s Presentation

Today newest Russian MiG-35 jet was announced in Russia. Here are some exclusive
photos and some videos of the newest bird's from today's event. Don't miss!
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7 Story of a Unique First and Only Soviet Touristic Submarine

Story of a Unique First and Only Soviet Touristic Submarine

This is the unique Soviet submarine that was built not for the Navy, but for civil use and for the entertainment of tourists. It was painted bright yellow ("yellow submarine"), had numerous windows, and was completely free of any sort of weapons on board. Spies from the West were tracking the progress of the project, assuming that if a huge
Navy contractor "Sevmash" which builds giant "Typhoon" class subs is building something small, then it is probably something very dangerous. But no, it was its first civil project - the first submarine to give tourists a taste of the seas from below. It was 1991 - the last year of the USSR. Let's see how it was:
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1 Soviet Anti-submarine Helicopter KA-25

Soviet Anti-submarine Helicopter KA-25

First test model of this helicopter  was released back in 1965. It was planned as a naval helicopter. It carries
crew of two, one gun operator and/or twelve passengers. Let's see some historical photos of this machine:
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1 Visual Arts of the USSR. Aviation …

Visual Arts of the USSR. Aviation …

I congratulate us with the Day of Air Fleet There are a lot of pictures as always, so I arbitrary and transparently
divided them into civil and military fleet: Sytov Alexander Kapitonovich (Russia, 1957), "Small aviation" 1986
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3 Space Museum Part 2.

Space Museum Part 2.

We continue the tour. Today, we’ll l watch the story of space that I saw personally and remember how it was. We start of course
from the station "Mir". Layout of "Mir" station. In addition to this layout there is a layout in 1:1 scale...
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