Russian "junkyard"

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Russian "junkyard"

Post #1by H2SO4 » 24.01.2012, 01:51

Original Link
http://saoirse-2010.livejournal.com/19823.html

Run through google's translator:
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I found it interesting. Hopefully someone else will.

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Re: Russian "junkyard"

Post #2by t00fri » 24.01.2012, 11:37

There are more such graveyards:

Baksan neutrino observatory (in the Baksan gorge, Caucasus)
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For example, Baksan Lab contributed to the observation of neutrinos from the Supernova SN 1987a as may be read in my CM thread about the superluminal neutrino claims:
http://forum.celestialmatters.org/viewtopic.php?t=416

Just click this link
http://englishrussia.com/2008/04/11/the-neitrino-lab/
and browse through the photos that impressively illustrate how this laboratory looks today!!!

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Re: Russian "junkyard"

Post #3by abramson » 25.01.2012, 00:12

How sad. Why don't they make an exhibition? People would pay to see, to touch that "junk". I have never been at a major USA space centeer, but I keenly remember climbing to an F-1 engine in White Sands...


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