The Myasishchev M-55 (NATO reporting name: Mystic-B) is a high altitude geophysical research aircraft developed by OKB Myasishchev in the Soviet Union, similar in purpose to the Lockheed ER-2, but with a twin boom fuselage and tail surface
design. It is a twin-engined development of the Myasishchev M-17 Stratosphera with a higher maximum take-off weight. The first aircraft of this series took off August 16, 1988. By 1993, there were six examples built.
Wagon TA-05 - the first Soviet car on an electromagnetic levitation system, built in the period of 1985 to 1986. The first successful launch was conducted on February 25, 1986. "Our laboratory is working on a project of creating a passenger wagon that will move without touching the rails. It will move horizontally using the principle of a linear, three-phase,
asynchronous motor. Moving with a cruising speed of up to 250 kilometers per hour, the vehicle will be virtually silent. The track can be raised on a platform over the main thoroughfares of the city. One kilometer will cost 3 to 5 times less than the subway," the Head of the Laboratory VNIIPItransprogress, A. Chemodurov, said in an interview.
Coastal artillery tower MB-2. 180 of these towers were built in the mid 30's and early 40's of the twentieth century, in various regions of the Soviet Union. They were a formidable force to protect the coast, but after the development of missile weapons, their defensive value has fallen markedly. However, the batteries continue to be
maintained in a serviceable condition, and they are used periodically for conducting training. An artillery battery is not only guns in the towers, it is also an underground powerhouse, fuel storage, command post, rangefinders and a developed system of underpasses which are interconnecting all these elements.
The office of a newspaper was destroyed in an Ukrainian city. As the blogger reports, this was done by a group of the rebels for "not covering their actions in the city". He mentions that even a fish tank with fishes in it was smashed and that the workers of the newspaper received threats for some time before the protesters promised to trash their place if they
did not publish the information the protesters had in mind. Also, the blogger reports on an employee of the newspaper who posted on his Facebook page that even during World War 2 their newspaper was not destroyed by nazi germans. He also mentions that only three fishes survived out of the five present in the newspaper's fish bowl.