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Abandoned Russian rocket factory

Abandoned Russian rocket factory

Abandoned Russian rocket factory

These pictures of a rusting Soviet rocket motor factory taken by the adventurous young lady shown above have set the Internet abuzz. The explorer, named Lana, broke into the Energomash plant oustide Moscow and broke in, traipsing all over the place.

As Animal NY points out, Russian officials are not pleased. Lana’s website posted threatening letters from the government telling her “not make [her] situation worse.”
Interestingly, Energomash partnered with Pratt & Whitney in the 2000s to produce Russia’s latest rocket motor, the RD-180 that powers the U.S.’ fleet of Atlas rockets. Before that, the Russian company’s motors powered most Soviet and Russian spacecraft from 1965 to the present.

Read more: https://defensetech.org/2012/01/06/inside-an-abandoned-soviet-rocket-motor-factory/#ixzz3IKUe58zv
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  1. This is not a Russian shuttle factory. The last two photos are of the deserted former Bulgarian Communist HQ in Buzludzha.

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