On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

Some interesting images from the rocket launch and development site Kapustin Yar, located near Astrakhan, Russia.

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

Transportation to the launch site.

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

Commercial launch with several satellites.

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

Rocket site.

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

S-400 undergoes testing.

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

S-400.

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

Local monument.

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

This one is still functioning and participates in military parades.

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

Anti-aircraft missile and gun system “Pantsir-S1”.

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

“Pantsir” shooting at targets.

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

Target-missile.

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

This one is used for simulation of ballistic targets.

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

Missile system “Iscander”.

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

Reloading missiles.

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

Getting ready for a launch.

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

Anti-aircraft missile system BUK-2M.

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

Missile installation.

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

Launching site.

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

Launching.

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

Multiple rocket launcher “Smerch”.

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

Launching of a dangerous weapon.

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

On the Russian Rocket Launch Site

 

2 thoughts on “On the Russian Rocket Launch Site”

  1. Is the pulse jet the black tube on top of the missle? Does the pulse jet propel the missle? I’ll bet there’s some interesting electrohydraulic systems on these machines! Unfortunate that these tractors and machines are used for destruction instead of building infrastructure.

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