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Soviet Space Image Catalog
The history of Soviet planetary and Lunar probes has been neglected in the West, and the pictures returned from these missions are difficult to find.
5 Soviet Space Programs That Prove Russia Was Insane
The thing about the Iron Curtain is that we'll never fully know what crazy shit went on behind it during the Cold War. And that's too bad, because the little hints that leak out really make it look like these people just did not give a shit. Take the Soviet space program. We know they were the first ...
Soviet space shuttle program ruins | CNN Travel
Photographer Ralph Mirebs finds ruins of the Soviet Union's space shuttle program at Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan.
Futbolgrad - Football and politics in the post-Soviet space
Articles and stories from the post-Soviet space through the prism of football, culture, history and politics.
Photos Show Once-Beautiful Soviet Space Shuttles In ...
These rockets should be in a museum. Russian photographer Ralph Mirebs was exploring a massive space launch facility in the deserts of southern Kazakhstan when he came upon an old Soviet spacecraft (and a full-size model) in one of the facility's giant hangars, Gizmodo reports. Mirebs snapped the ...
Propaganda posters of Soviet space program part 2 · Russia ...
Our first post about Soviet space propaganda received a lot of attention so we decided to make the second part. All the posters are available in high quality (clickable). ...
Soviet Space Cameras - mentallandscape.com
Soviet engineers pioneered the use of cameras on spacecraft, obtaining the first images of the far side of the Moon and the first images from the surface of the Moon and Venus.
The Soviet space dog - Nov 03, 1957 - HISTORY.com
On this day in History, The Soviet space dog on Nov 03, 1957. Learn more about what happened today on History.
Rare photos of Soviet space ambitions - CNN Style
In 1957, a small shiny sphere started the Space Age and ushered the world into the most heated decade of the Cold War. The beautifully designed Sputnik-1 was the world's first artificial satellite, setting the Soviet Union up for a streak of early victories in the conquest of the cosmos: the first ...
Sergei Korolev - Sergei Pavlovich Korolev
Sergei Korolev was born on December 30, 1906 (January 12, 1907, in the Gregorian calendar, currently in use in Russia) in the city of Zhitomir in present day Ukraine, in the family of a Russian language teacher.