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PTK-29

Brake landing parachute systems The brake landing parachute systems: reduce the length of aircraft landing run in 1.5 - 2 times; are reliably deployed; are simple in operation; have longterm total service life. Problems, solved on the stage of development of the brake landing parachute systems: installation and deployment of parachute system at any variant of its mounting on the aircraft; parachute system stable operation in aircraft wake; reduced period of time of parachute system preparation...

Modified: 07.04.2017
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PTK-12545-70

Brake landing parachute systems The brake landing parachute systems: reduce the length of aircraft landing run in 1.5 - 2 times; are reliably deployed; are simple in operation; have longterm total service life. Problems, solved on the stage of development of the brake landing parachute systems: installation and deployment of parachute system at any variant of its mounting on the aircraft; parachute system stable operation in aircraft wake; reduced period of time of parachute system preparation...

Modified: 07.04.2017
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PTK-6M

Brake landing parachute systems The brake landing parachute systems: reduce the length of aircraft landing run in 1.5 - 2 times; are reliably deployed; are simple in operation; have longterm total service life. Problems, solved on the stage of development of the brake landing parachute systems: installation and deployment of parachute system at any variant of its mounting on the aircraft; parachute system stable operation in aircraft wake; reduced period of time of parachute system preparation...

Modified: 07.04.2017
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PTK-25

Brake landing parachute systems The brake landing parachute systems: reduce the length of aircraft landing run in 1.5 - 2 times; are reliably deployed; are simple in operation; have longterm total service life. Problems, solved on the stage of development of the brake landing parachute systems: installation and deployment of parachute system at any variant of its mounting on the aircraft; parachute system stable operation in aircraft wake; reduced period of time of parachute system preparation...

Modified: 07.04.2017
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PTK-10SК

Brake landing parachute systems The brake landing parachute systems: reduce the length of aircraft landing run in 1.5 - 2 times; are reliably deployed; are simple in operation; have longterm total service life. Problems, solved on the stage of development of the brake landing parachute systems: installation and deployment of parachute system at any variant of its mounting on the aircraft; parachute system stable operation in aircraft wake; reduced period of time of parachute system preparation...

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SSRB

Parachute systems for recovery and landing of manned and unmanned space vehicles The Parachute systems for recovery and landing of manned space vehicles type Vostok, Voschod, Soyuz, for recovery of boosters of rocket launchers Energia, Arian-5 and other space systems provide compactness, high reliability and possibility of limiting of maximum overload. During design and development of these systems, the following problems have been solved: parachute systems’ deployment at the vehicles subsonic...

Modified: 07.04.2017
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Au-30

Airship The Au-30 airship is designed for long-duration flights, including at low altitude and low speed. The main applications of the Au-30 are all types of patrols, special monitoring of overhead power lines and pipelines, photo and video shooting, rescue operations, as well as elite tourism. The Au-30 airship has been designed on the basis of previous development efforts and the latest achievements in airship engineering. Its design incorporates the basic concepts of today’s airship engineering...

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ATLANT-30

New-generation transport aircraft The ATLANT new-generation transport aircraft is an all-new combined aerial vehicle combining the best qualities of the airship with some elements of airplane, helicopter and hovercraft. The key features of the ATLANT-type vehicles distinguishing them from airship of previous generation are as follows: rigid hull (enables operation under strong winds); active ballasting system (compensation extra buoyancy resulted by cargo discharge and expended fuel); outside...

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ATLANT-100

New-generation transport aircraft The ATLANT new-generation transport aircraft is an all-new combined aerial vehicle combining the best qualities of the airship with some elements of airplane, helicopter and hovercraft. The key features of the ATLANT-type vehicles distinguishing them from airship of previous generation are as follows: rigid hull (enables operation under strong winds); active ballasting system (compensation extra buoyancy resulted by cargo discharge and expended fuel); outside...

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PT-10370-65 ser.2

Brake landing parachute systems The brake landing parachute systems: reduce the length of aircraft landing run in 1.5 - 2 times; are reliably deployed; are simple in operation; have longterm total service life. Problems, solved on the stage of development of the brake landing parachute systems: installation and deployment of parachute system at any variant of its mounting on the aircraft; parachute system stable operation in aircraft wake; reduced period of time of parachute system preparation...

Modified: 07.04.2017
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MKS-350-9

Parachute systems The cargo parachute systems MKS-350-9, MKS-350-12 are intended for air drop of armaments, military vehicles and cargo. The parachute systems, designed and developed on the basis of main parachute with area of 350 m2, allow to drop heavy cargos with mass up to 14,400 kg from different type of aircraft. Several types of parachute systems have been developed and have been in service by the present time.

Modified: 07.04.2017
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MKS-350-12

Parachute systems The cargo parachute systems MKS-350-9, MKS-350-12 are intended for air drop of armaments, military vehicles and cargo. The parachute systems, designed and developed on the basis of main parachute with area of 350 m2, allow to drop heavy cargos with mass up to 14,400 kg from different type of aircraft. Several types of parachute systems have been developed and have been in service by the present time.

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Z-5

Reserve parachute system The reserve parachute systems are the effective means of paratrooper rescue in the emergency situation. Purpose The reserve parachute system Z-5 is intended for saving of paratrooper in case of failure or abnormal operation of the main parachute and for training jumps.

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PTK-21UKM

Brake landing parachute systems The brake landing parachute systems: reduce the length of aircraft landing run in 1.5 - 2 times; are reliably deployed; are simple in operation; have longterm total service life. Problems, solved on the stage of development of the brake landing parachute systems: installation and deployment of parachute system at any variant of its mounting on the aircraft; parachute system stable operation in aircraft wake; reduced period of time of parachute system preparation...

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D-10

Assault parachute system The assault parachute system D-10 is intended for conduction of jumps from military transport aircraft and helicopters by the paratroopers of all specialties with or without personal equipment sets as well as solo and group jumps. Main parachute has non-flat circular canopy with aerodynamic profile along the bottom edge with area of 100 m2. The parachute system (total gross mass of the paratrooper being 140 kg) ensures: reliable operation at the altitude in a range from...

Modified: 07.04.2017
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TNA-1500

Radiotelescope (RT 64) The multipurpose microwave band radiotelescope, 64 meters in diameter, is intended for: fundamental astrophysical researches; reception of information signals from spacecraft from deep space; control of spacecraft in deep space.

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Skorpion

21B2 remote-sensing data receiving and processing station based on mobile receiving post The Skorpion remote-sensing (RS) data receiving and processing station can be based on mobile or stationary receiving post. The Skorpion-4S remote-sensing data receiving and processing station is designed to receive and process information from a Resurs-P type remote-sensing spacecraft (S/C) and provide two-way service communications with a Russian remote-sensing data processing and S/C control center (hereinafter...

Modified: 07.04.2017
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MAS-3

Mobile antenna system The MAS-3 mobile antenna system is designed to receive radiotelemetry information and operate with receiving-recording stations based on air- and spacecraft. The MAS-3 antenna system comprises: reflector system; rotary support; guidance equipment; radio equipment; set of spares and transport boxes. The MAS-3 antenna system (except for guidance equipment) is designed to operate outdoors. The system maintains its performance capabilities under the following external environment:...

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Dan

Aerial target drone system The Dan aerial target drone system is designed to imitate remote-controlled aircraft, cruise missiles and subsonic tactical aircraft during combat training and testing of air defense missile, small-arms and artillery systems as well as fighter aircraft weapon systems. Components: aircraft – Dan aerial target drone; ground control facilities: a radio control station and a ground telemetry system (mobile or fixed); special-purpose ground support equipment: launcher (mobile...

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Veresk

Mobile optoelectronic station The Veresk mobile optoelectronic station is designed to measure trajectories of target aircraft helicopters, missiles and projectiles, to process the results of these measurements and send them together with video images to users in real time, as well as to automatically track the air objects whose trajectories are being measured. The Veresk mobile optoelectronic station is one of the measuring tools used at firing ranges. Its main uses include testing of new weapons...

Modified: 07.04.2017
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Proton-M

Launch vehicle The Proton-M heavy-class launch vehicle (LV) is an upgraded version of the Proton-K. The LV is able to deliver payloads directly into designated geostationary orbit points, thus making possible the insertion of satellites which are not equipped with an apogee propulsion unit. It can liftoff from launch pads currently operational at the Baikonur Cosmodrome. The Proton-M is designed as a tandem LV with transverse separation of stages. It is composed of three stages and spacehead with...

Modified: 07.04.2017
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Soyuz-FG

Launch vehicle The Soyuz-FG middle-class launch vehicle (LV) is intended for injection of automatic spacecraft for national economy, scientific research and spacecraft for special purposes as well as manned and cargo spaceships according to the program of the International Space Station. The three-stage Soyuz-FG LV designed on the base of the Soyuz-U LV. It can liftoff from launch pads currently operational at the Plesetsk and Baikonur Cosmodromes. The Soyuz-FG LV is designed as a system with parallel...

Modified: 07.04.2017
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Dnepr

Launch vehicle The Dnepr lightweight launch vehicle (LV) is based on the RS-20 (NATO designation: SS-18, Satan) silo-launched ICBM. The LV offers high performance, accuracy of orbital injection and flight reliability. It can liftoff from launch pads currently operational at the Baikonur Cosmodrome. The LV is fueled by hypergolic propellant components: unsymmetrical dimethyl hydrazine as fuel, and nitrogen tetroxide as oxidizer. The LV includes the first, second and the adapter of the first and...

Modified: 07.04.2017
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Condor-E

Small spacecraft for remote sensing of the land and sea surface The Condor-E small spacecraft (SSC) with a synthetic aperture radar (SAR) is designed to obtain, store and transmit high-resolution microwave remote-sensing (RS) data to ground receiving and processing stations. The SAR provides around-the-clock all-weather acquisition of the Earth's surface. Components of the Condor-E SSC with SAR: Unified spacecraft bus (USB): onboard control system; data gathering system; data transfer system...

Modified: 07.04.2017
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