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  • juliett-class submarine

    the project 651, known in the west by its nato reporting name juliett class, was a class of soviet diesel-electric submarines armed with cruise missiles. they were designed in the late 1950s to provide the soviet navy with a nuclear strike capability against targets along the east coast of the united states and enemy combatants aircraft carriers . the head of the design team was abram .

  • soviet submarine k-222

    k-222, soviet designation project 661 anchar, was the soviet navy's nuclear-powered cruise missile submarine and the only submarine of the design. she was the world's fastest submarine and the first submarine ever constructed with a titanium hull. originally named k-162, it was renamed k-222 in 1978. the boat is best known in the west by its nato reporting name papa class

  • oleg skripochka

    oleg ivanovich skripochka russian: оле́г ива́нович скри́почка; born 24 december 1969 in nevinnomyssk, stavropol krai, russian sfsr, soviet union is a russian engineer and cosmonaut.in 2011 he was in space serving as an expedition 25/26 crewmember.. on 12 april 2011, skripochka was awarded the titles of hero of the russian federation and pilot-cosmonaut of the russian .

  • lada-class submarine

    lada class, russian designation project 677 lada russian: лада, meaning 'lada', nato reporting name lada is the new advanced class of diesel-electric attack submarine designed by the russian rubin design bureau.a program to develop a 'fourth generation' diesel-electric submarine, it aimed to produce a highly improved version of the project 636 with better acoustic signature, new combat .

  • russian sleep experiment

    'the russian sleep experiment' is an urban legend based on a creepypasta, which tells the tale of five test subjects being exposed to an experimental sleep-inhibiting stimulant in a soviet-era scientific experiment.

  • a-235 anti-ballistic missile system

    on 4 june 2019, the russian ministry of defense posted a video showing the successful interception of the test target which was a test of a new anti-ballistic missile system in the form of a long-range surface to air missile was confirmed. though the nature of the air defense system which was being tested was not mentioned it has been widely .

  • orel spacecraft

    esa insisted on a joint design rather than the russian-designed kliper, and as a result the joint russian/european csts project came into being. csts had completed an initial study phase, which lasted for 18 months from september 2006 to spring 2008, before the project was shut down before an esa member state conference in november 2008.

  • project 1153 orel

    project 1153 orel russian: орёл pr: 'or'yol', eagle was a late-1970s plan to give the soviet navy a true blue water aviation capability. the aircraft carrier would have about 72,000 tons displacement, with a nuclear power plant and about 70 aircraft launched via steam catapults, similar to the earlier kitty hawk -class supercarriers of the u.s. navy .

  • tyuratam

    at a press conference for the apollo-soyuz test project, jules bergman of abc news said, baykonur, if you'll look on the coordinates, is 135 miles 217 km away or something. tyuratam may only be a railhead, but it is the tyuratam launch complex. they call it baykonur, i know. . . . i'm going to call it tyuratam. abc is going to call it tyuratam.

  • unified state exam

    the unified state exam russian: единый государственный экзамен, егэ, yediniy gosudarstvenniy ekzamen, ege is an exam in the russian federation.it is in fact a series of exams every student must pass after graduation from school to enter a university or a professional college. since 2009, the use is the only form of graduation examinations in schools and the .

  • oscar-class submarine

    the oscar class, soviet designations project 949 granit and project 949a antey, nato reporting names oscar i and oscar ii respectively , are a series of nuclear-powered cruise missile submarines designed in the soviet union for the soviet navy.they are currently in service with the russian navy with some of the vessels planned to be modernized as project 949am, to extend their service life .

  • kola superdeep borehole

    the kola superdeep borehole russian: кольская сверхглубокая скважина is the result of a scientific drilling project of the soviet union in the pechengsky district, on the kola peninsula.the project attempted to drill as deep as possible into the earth's crust.drilling began on 24 may 1970 using the uralmash-4e, and later the uralmash-15000 series drilling rig.

  • list of soviet and russian submarine classes

    the submarines in the soviet navy were developed by numbered 'projects', which were sometimes but not always given names. during the cold war, nato nations referred to these classes by nato reporting names, based on intelligence data, which did not always correspond perfectly with the projects.see: list of nato reporting names for ballistic missile submarines

  • mining industry of russia

    iron ore. russian steel companies relied on iron ore from domestic deposits. these deposits often were owned by more than one russian steel company. in 2005, steel companies were acquiring iron ore producers to help make their companies more vertically integrated. russia's iron ore mines and iron and steel works often were located far apart.

  • soviet biological weapons program

    the soviet union began a biological weapons program in the 1920s. during world war ii, joseph stalin was forced to move his biological warfare bw operations out of the path of advancing german forces and may have used tularemia against german troops in 1942 near stalingrad.

  • kinetic bombardment

    a kinetic bombardment or a kinetic orbital strike is the hypothetical act of attacking a planetary surface with an inert projectile from orbit, where the destructive power comes from the kinetic energy of the projectile impacting at very high speeds. the concept originated during the cold war.. typical depictions of the tactic are of a satellite containing a magazine of tungsten rods and a .