|Mavr Mars Spacecraft|
A model of the Mars flyby spacecraft 'Mavr' at the Tsniimash museum. Mavr was a revision of the TMK in the mid-1960's to incorporate a flyby of Venus on the return leg of the voyage. This would reduce propulsion requirements and total time for the primary Mars flyby mission.
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|Mavr Spacecraft - MAVR Mars-Venus flyby spacecraft. The original TMK was similar.|
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|TMK Mars flyby - TMK Mars flyby spacecraft|
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Craft.Crew Size: 3. Design Life: 680 days. Total Length: 25.0 m. Maximum Diameter: 6.0 m. Total Mass: 75,000 kg. Main Engine Propellants: Lox/Kerosene. Main Engine Isp: 350 sec. Electrical System: Solar panels, solar thermal.
|Mavr - Mavr manned Mars / Venus flyby spacecraft - 1960|
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|Mavr - Mavr spacecraft model at TsNIIMASH. The TMK-1 was similar|
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