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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #120 on: 08/22/2012 09:12 PM »

Kuznetsov is a design bureau, not a production unit.

Now the structure of JSC Kuznetsov includes also Motorostroitel plant


To be precise, isn't it the other way around, and aren't these part of some other enterprise now?


Yes think this is what I have been reading.   Kuznetsov only needs some cash to startup again.
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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #121 on: 08/22/2012 09:51 PM »
Launcher which is in Plesetsk is 14А15 №78031001. Rollout is schedulet NET 30th august.
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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #122 on: 08/22/2012 10:00 PM »
I have information according to which Volga upper stage has a propulsion module called 14Д520.

14Д520 consists of :

   - Main engine 17Д64 (КТД - корректирующе-тормозной двигатель)
   - Correction engines С5.142 (ЖРДМТ - жидкостных рулевых двигателей малой тяги). There is 16 engines of this type, dispatched in two groups of eight engines.
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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #123 on: 09/04/2012 08:58 AM »
According to my informations :

Rollout to 17П32-4 will happen today. Launcher will stay on the launch pad for three days, without fueling. On the fourth day, it will be brought back to the MIK-317/14-3.
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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #124 on: 09/04/2012 10:43 AM »
According to my informations :

Rollout to 17П32-4 will happen today. Launcher will stay on the launch pad for three days, without fueling. On the fourth day, it will be brought back to the MIK-317/14-3.

Is this MIK-317/14-3?

62.918174 N, 40.455798 E
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« Reply #125 on: 09/04/2012 08:04 PM »
Is this MIK-317/14-3?

62.918174 N, 40.455798 E

Sorry, but your coordinates give an empty area...

I have an overview article on the Soyuz's MIK here.
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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #127 on: 09/04/2012 08:27 PM »
Is this MIK-317/14-3?

62.918174 N, 40.455798 E

Sorry, but your coordinates give an empty area...

I have an overview article on the Soyuz's MIK here.
Not in Google Earth it doesn't. Those coordinates lead me to a building that looks like it could very well be the building from your article.

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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #128 on: 09/04/2012 09:33 PM »
We have a picture on our French forum !

http://www.forum-conquete-spatiale.fr/t6050p135-nouvelles-du-lanceur-soyouz-21v#272444

she is beautiful.......hope it was ok did a screen grab.

« Last Edit: 09/05/2012 05:29 PM by Prober »
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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #129 on: 09/05/2012 02:21 PM »
Someone knows what are engines NK-33AS and RD-0110RS ?
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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #130 on: 09/05/2012 02:29 PM »
Someone knows what are engines NK-33AS and RD-0110RS?

Probably, стендовый (test article).

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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #131 on: 09/05/2012 04:48 PM »
Has anyone come across any video of the rollout from the MIK to the pad?

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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #132 on: 09/06/2012 02:36 PM »
I have more pictures of Soyuz-2.1v in Plesetsk here.
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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #133 on: 09/06/2012 04:02 PM »
I have more pictures of Soyuz-2.1v in Plesetsk here.
in picture credit: DR
What does DR stand for?
What is DR's website?
I need a link to the original picture (Fig. 4.8) for Mr. Zak.
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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #134 on: 09/06/2012 04:29 PM »
I have more pictures of Soyuz-2.1v in Plesetsk here.
in picture credit: DR
What does DR stand for?
What is DR's website?
I need a link to the original picture (Fig. 4.8) for Mr. Zak.

Ha ha  ;D
"DR" means "Droits réservés". It means that the author is unknown or doesn't want to give his name (which is the case here)...

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Droits_r%C3%A9serv%C3%A9s
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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #135 on: 09/06/2012 04:39 PM »
I have more pictures of Soyuz-2.1v in Plesetsk here.
in picture credit: DR
What does DR stand for?
What is DR's website?
I need a link to the original picture (Fig. 4.8) for Mr. Zak.

Ha ha  ;D
"DR" means "Droits réservés". It means that the author is unknown or doesn't want to give his name (which is the case here)...

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Droits_r%C3%A9serv%C3%A9s
Do we where the picture was first posted? Is it from Plesetsk public affairs or industry?

BTW, I understand only a little French because of my extended family, plus I learned Turkish instead of French because I attended a Turkish-Russian academy in the USA and Turkey for high school.

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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #136 on: 09/06/2012 04:45 PM »
Do we where the picture was first posted? Is it from Plesetsk public affairs or industry?

The link I've just sent IS the place where they were first posted.
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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #137 on: 09/06/2012 06:56 PM »
« Last Edit: 09/07/2012 09:01 PM by Salo »

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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #138 on: 09/06/2012 07:08 PM »
Test article had problems

What happens to this test?   When does it launch?
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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #139 on: 09/06/2012 07:11 PM »
« Last Edit: 09/07/2012 09:02 PM by Salo »

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