Vostok

(from the article `Antarctica`) ...following World War I after the decline of sealing. Among the few geographic and scientific expeditions that stand out during this period are ...
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Vostok

[crater] Vostok is a crater lying situated within the Margaritifer Sinus quadrangle (MC-19) region of the planet Mars that was reached by the rover Opportunity on sol 399 (March 8, 2005). Vostok is located roughly 1200 meters south of Endurance in Meridiani Planum. The crater appears to have been covered up with sand by the winds on the red...
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Vostok

[inhabited locality] Vostok (Восток) is the name of several inhabited localities in Russia. ...
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Vostok

[sloop-of-war] Vostok was a 28-gun sloop-of-war of the Imperial Russian Navy, the lead ship of the First Russian Antarctic Expedition in 1819—1821, during which Faddey Bellingshausen (commander of the ship) and Mikhail Lazarev (commanding Mirny, the second ship) circumnavigated the globe, discovered the continent of Antarctica and twice c...
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Vostok

any of a series of manned Soviet spacecraft, the initial flight of which carried the first human being into space. Launched on April 12, 1961, ... [9 related articles]
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Vostok

The first series of manned Russian spacecraft. Six Vostok ('East') missions, from 1961 through 1963, carried cosmonauts on successively longer flights, and each set a new first in spaceflight history. Vostok 1 was the first manned spacecraft to complete a full orbit, Vostok 2 the first to ...
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