Nadezhda

[cockroach] Nadezhda (Надежда, Hope) is the name Russian scientists gave to a common house cockroach which was sent into space during the Foton-M bio-satellite flight between September 14 to 26, 2007. Scientists monitoring the mission from Voronezh announced that Nadezhda had successfully given birth to 33 cockroaches, being these 33...
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Nadezhda

[given name] Nadezhda or Nadežda (Bulgarian Cyrillic: Надежда) is a Slavic female given name popular in Russia, Bulgaria, Serbia and other Slavic countries. It means `hope`. A Russian-language diminutive form of this name, and also the Ukrainian version of this name, is Nadia (also spelled as Nadiya or Nadija), Cyrillic Надія. ...
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Nadezhda

[Russian warship] I am the author of both the program and the screenshot. ...
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Nadezhda

[satellite] Nadezhda (Russian: Надежда, means Hope in English) is a civilian satellite navigation system and part of the international COSPAS-SARSAT search-and-rescue system. == Overview == The system consists of four satellites, each with a mass of 870kg, diameter of 2m and length of 3.5. They orbit at an inclination of 89 degrees a...
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Nadezhda

Soviet maritime navigation satellites, adapted from the Tsikada series, that can pinpoint distress signals from ships and aircraft. The original Nadezhda (`hope”) satellites, launches of which began in 1982, carried the COSPAS/SARSat international space search and rescue system. From 1995, the Nadez...
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