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Rare Exhibit Appeared in Vostochny Spaceport Museum
20.09.2016 14:32
Rare Exhibit Appeared in Vostochny Spaceport Museum

Now visitors can see  engines from the carrier rocket Soyuz-2.1a here.

      The rocket was launched to the open space on April 28, 2016. Similar carrier rockets have an enhanced measuring system, as well as updated engines. Such equipment makes it possible to perfect technical and operational properties of spacecrafts.

      The new exhibits have been displayed in the museum since the City Day. That  day marked 55th anniversary of the city of Uglegorsk, which is presently known as Tsiolkovsky.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Spaceport Vostochny     

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