Luch

[landform] The term Luch (plural: Luche) is German and refers to an area of originally expansive, marshy or boggy lowland in northeast Germany, especially in the state of Brandenburg. Luche are found mainly in Young Drift regions; but they also occur on Old Drift landscapes. According to Leser the term should not be translated. == Location ...
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Luch

[rural locality] Luch (Луч) is the name of several rural localities in Russia. ...
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Luch

[watch] Luch or `Beam`/`Ray` (Луч), founded in 1953, is a watch brand produced by the Minsk Watch Plant (Минский часовой завод) in Minsk, Belarus. In 2010, Swiss watchmaker Franck Muller International BV purchased 80% of the Minsk Watch Plant and plans to launch a new line of watches based on Swiss-designed movements. ...
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Luch

An element of the second generation Soviet global command and control system, deployed in the first half of the 1980s. Luch (`beam”) satellites, analogous to the American TDRSS (Tracking and Data Relay Satellite System), provided communications service to Mir, the Buran shuttle, Soyuz-TM spacecraft,...
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