In the Center of Aerospace Education

In the Center of Aerospace Education

It is widely known that in the Soviet times the city of Dnepropetrovsk was the place where nuclear weapons were made. There is an interesting Center of Youth Aerospace Education named after A. M. Makarov there. This centre has an exposition of those things made in Dnepropetrovsk in the better times. We are going to see some of them.

In the Center of Aerospace Education

DS-P1-M or 11F631 or “Tulip” – an armor-protected target satellite for testing a satellite interceptor.

In the Center of Aerospace Education

In the Center of Aerospace Education

Ka SICH-1. The first Ukrainian sattelite, its purpose is the magnetosphere and ionosphere research.

In the Center of Aerospace Education

One of the “Intercosmos” satellites.

In the Center of Aerospace Education

Magnetometers.

In the Center of Aerospace Education

SICH-1.

In the Center of Aerospace Education

“Intercosmos-5”, created for the Earth’s magnetosphere and ionosphere research.

In the Center of Aerospace Education

In the Center of Aerospace Education

Composites and spherical tanks.

In the Center of Aerospace Education

Various pump turbines and other fuel equipment. In the background are scale missile mockups.

In the Center of Aerospace Education

Pump turbine close-up.

In the Center of Aerospace Education

Pump turbine of missile 15A15.

In the Center of Aerospace Education

11D25. Cruise engine of the third stage of “Cyclone-3”.

In the Center of Aerospace Education

RD861. Cruise engine of the third stage of “Cyclone-3”.

In the Center of Aerospace Education

The head.

In the Center of Aerospace Education

Powder pressure accumulator throws a missile out of the silo and the cruise engine activates.

In the Center of Aerospace Education

Item 15А16 – transport container of missile 15А15.

In the Center of Aerospace Education

Part of the missile of complex S-200.

In the Center of Aerospace Education

Some engines: big and small ones.

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