Zvezda

[moonbase] Zvezda moonbase (звезда, `star`), also called DLB Lunar Base was a Soviet plan and project from 1962 to 1974 to construct a manned moonbase as successor to the N1-L3 manned lunar expedition program. Zvezda moonbase was canceled with the rest of the Soviet manned lunar programs. ==Implementation== The base`s main habitation
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Zvezda

(from the article `space station`) Development difficulties delayed the launch of the next ISS element, Zvezda, a crew habitat and control centre similar to the Mir base block, until ...
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Zvezda

[magazine] Zvezda (Звезда́ `star`) is a Russian literary magazine published in Saint Petersburg since 1924. It began as a bimonthly, but has been monthly since 1927. == History == The first issue of Zvezda appeared in January 1924, with Ivan Maisky as editor-in-chief. Katerina Clark writes, in a discussion of the new journals founded
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Zvezda

[TV channel] Zvezda (всероссийский государственный вещательный телеканал «Звезда», literally, `The Star`) is a Russian nationwide TV network run by the Russian Ministry of Defense. As of January 2008, Zvezda`s CEO was Grigory Krichevsky, previously known for his work on Vladimir Gusins
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Zvezda

[ISS module] Zvezda (Звезда́, meaning `star`), DOS-8, also known as the Zvezda Service Module, is a component of the International Space Station (ISS). It was the third module launched to the station, and provides all of the station`s life support systems, some of which are supplemented in the USOS, as well as living quarters for two
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