Mir (Russian: Мир, IPA: ; lit. Peace [homonym: world]) was a space station that operated in low Earth orbit from 1986 to 2001, owned by the Soviet Union and later ...
| Mir | Mir Base Block | Kvant I | Kvant II | Kristall | Spektr | Priroda | | Progress | Docking Module | Solar Arrays | Interior | Soyuz-TM | | Soyuz in Pravda ...
The Soviet Union's Mir space station – later operated by Russia – served as an important test bed for how missions should be run over several months.
International Space Station; The International Space Station on 23 May 2010 as seen from the departing Space Shuttle Atlantis during STS-132. Station statistics
History of the Mir space station (27KS) by Anatoly Zak
Information about the Mir space station. ... Kvant 1 (37KE) Kvant 1, the first expansion module for the Mir space station, was launched on 31 March 1987.
Mir means "peace" and "community" in Russian. The Mir space station contributed to world peace by hosting international scientists and American astronauts.
The End is Mir Space station Mir, the heaviest thing orbiting our planet other than the Moon itself, will return to Earth around March 22nd.
Shuttle-Mir In the arena of space exploration, ... Image left: Artist's rendition of the Space Shuttle Atlantis docked to the Kristall module of the Mir Space Station.
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