Russia is still preparing for a quantum technological leap in space.
“Ross Cosmos” company is currently witnessing an intensive process of resupplying the Russian space sector with supernatural space equipment that will replace the old missiles and spacecraft whose age is approaching 60 years.
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Nuclear space locomotive
Among the promising Russian projects that will be realized in the 1920s is the space locomotive operating at the nuclear reactor, which “Ross Cosmos” signed in December its design agreement, whose manufacture is expected to end by the end of the 1920s.
The nuclear locomotive will be used to achieve long-range space trips to the moon, Mars and other planets, including the moons of Jupiter, as its speed is many times that of classic spacecraft.
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Another miraculous and promising project that Russia has come close to realizing is the multi-use “Uriol” spacecraft, whose test launch, Dmitry Rogozin, director of “Ros Cosmos”, Dmitry Rogozin, announced at the end of 2023.
The vehicle, which can accommodate up to 6 people, can stay in space for 30 days in the event of an independent space flight.
And designated “Oriol” to fly to the moon back and forth.
Krylo-SV “multi-use” missile
Finally, there is the “Krilo-SV” multi-use missile project, which differs radically from the “Falcon-9” missile of the American “Space-X” company, as well as the “Angara” heavy missile project and “Soyuz-5”, whose realization is nearing completion. .
The Russian Space Agency (now Ross Cosmos) unveiled in 2000 at the “Burgi” International Aviation and Space Fair a supernatural model of the “Baikal” multi-use missile. It was announced at the time that it was a first stage of the missile that would return to Earth as an aircraft after launching the missile into space.
Unfortunately, the Russian space authorities later took a decision to suspend the project due to a lack of funds needed to realize it.
And Russian engineers returned to him after Elon Musk’s success two years ago in launching his multi-use “Falcon-9” missile.
Dmitry Rogozin, General Manager of the Russian “Ross Cosmos” company, announced in 2018 the resumption of work on the design and manufacture of a Russian multi-use missile called “Krylo-SV”.
It is known that the third stage of Elon Musk’s “Falcon-9” missile returns to the ground vertically and lands on a floating platform in the Atlantic Ocean and then uses a huge amount of fuel, not to mention the intensive maintenance that SpaceX experts have to perform on the missile every time after His return.
The Russian “Krilo-SV” missile is radically different from the “Falcon-9” missile. The principle of its operation lies in the return of the third stage of the missile to the ground as a regular plane with an ordinary air engine, so that the plane lands at an ordinary airport, and the famous Soviet “Buran” vehicle landed in the eighties.
The first stage of the missile is returned to the ground by opening two wings that it adopts after separation from the missile at an altitude of 80 km above the surface of the earth.
The first stage, which turns into the plane, performs some maneuvers to slow its speed, then lands and lands at one of the military airports.
Experts say that Russia will be far ahead of the United States and its rivals, China, in the event of the three projects mentioned.