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Salyut 3 on Pad Credit: via Dietrich Haeseler. File Name: sal3pad2.jpg. Image width: 257 pixels. Image height: 600 pixels. Image size: 55,401 bytes.
Salyut 3 in Shop Credit: via Dietrich Haeseler. File Name: sal3shop.jpg. Image width: 640 pixels. Image height: 364 pixels. Image size: 85,621 bytes.
Salyut 4 panel Closeup of Salyut 4 propellant system control panel
Location: Gagarin Museum / Trade Pavilion, Moscow. Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: sal4panl.jpg. Image width: 511 pixels. Image height: 314 pixels. Image size: 38,559 bytes.
Salyut 4 Salyut 4 - Soyuz 17
File Name: sal4s17d.jpg. Image width: 499 pixels. Image height: 318 pixels. Image size: 20,127 bytes.
Salyut 6 Salyut 6 as displayed in Moscow in 1981.
Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: sal6640.jpg. Image width: 640 pixels. Image height: 174 pixels. Image size: 29,637 bytes.
Salyut 6 airlock Salyut 6 airlock compartment
Location: Energia Museum. Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: sal6airl.jpg. Image width: 490 pixels. Image height: 360 pixels. Image size: 37,174 bytes.
Salyut 6 Cutaway The Salyut 6 space station was the the first evolved design with two docking ports.
Credit: RKK Energia. File Name: sal6cut.jpg. Image width: 436 pixels. Image height: 290 pixels. Image size: 23,305 bytes.
Salyut 6 In Space Credit: RKK Energia. File Name: sal6insp.jpg. Image width: 298 pixels. Image height: 227 pixels. Image size: 19,012 bytes.
Salyut 6 rear int. Salyut 6 view of rear interior of station
Location: Energia Museum. Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: sal6int1.jpg. Image width: 254 pixels. Image height: 423 pixels. Image size: 25,127 bytes.
Salyut 6 model Salyut 6 model showing cosmonaut on treadmill and bulk of solar camera on the right
Location: Kaluga. Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: sal6mdka.jpg. Image width: 262 pixels. Image height: 367 pixels. Image size: 15,997 bytes.
Salyut 6 panel Salyut 6 Control Panel - above and to the right of the main station control panel
Location: Energia Museum. Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: sal6pan1.jpg. Image width: 356 pixels. Image height: 529 pixels. Image size: 55,111 bytes.
Salyut 6 Main Panel Salyut 6 Main Control Panel - adopted unchanged from Soyuz 7K-OK
Location: Energia Museum. Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: sal6pan2.jpg. Image width: 559 pixels. Image height: 337 pixels. Image size: 50,567 bytes.
Salyut 6 toilet View of Salyut 6 toilet facility - you always wanted to know how they do it in space...
Location: Energia Museum. Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: sal6toil.jpg. Image width: 155 pixels. Image height: 328 pixels. Image size: 17,264 bytes.
Salyut 6 Salyut 6 as displayed in Moscow in 1981.
Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: saliut6d.gif. Image width: 303 pixels. Image height: 416 pixels. Image size: 3,569 bytes.
Almaz Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: salmaz.gif. Image width: 308 pixels. Image height: 256 pixels. Image size: 3,113 bytes.
Salyut 6 Engines Closeup of the engines of Salyut 6 as displayed in Moscow in 1981.
Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: salyeng.jpg. Image width: 497 pixels. Image height: 385 pixels. Image size: 49,382 bytes.
Salyut and MK-700 Salyut and MK-700 models
Location: TsNIIMASH. Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: salyetal.jpg. Image width: 635 pixels. Image height: 442 pixels. Image size: 32,102 bytes.
Salyut 1 The Salyut 1 was the world's first space station. It was developed in a crash project that took military Almaz space station hulls and equipped them with Soyuz systems.
Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: salyut1.jpg. Image width: 320 pixels. Image height: 238 pixels. Image size: 8,892 bytes.
Salyut 1 The Salyut 1 was the world's first space station. It was developed in a crash project that took military Almaz space station hulls and equipped them with Soyuz systems.
Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: salyut1d.gif. Image width: 193 pixels. Image height: 329 pixels. Image size: 2,914 bytes.
Almaz 3 Rare drawing of Salyut 3 Almaz space station. From left to right, docking port surrounded by maneuver engines and solar panels; main station body; Nudelman self-defence gun.
Credit: Dmitri. File Name: salyut3.jpg. Image width: 320 pixels. Image height: 182 pixels. Image size: 12,172 bytes.
Salyut 4 Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: salyut4.gif. Image width: 306 pixels. Image height: 329 pixels. Image size: 2,961 bytes.
Salyut 5 Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: salyut5.gif. Image width: 293 pixels. Image height: 328 pixels. Image size: 2,795 bytes.
Salyut 6 The Salyut 6 station as displayed in Moscow, November 1981. At the aft end a Progress resupply craft is docked. At the forward docking station is a Soyuz spacecraft, representing Soyuz 34 according to the lettering on the side. Unusually, the Soyuz Ferry (7K-T) spacecraft is shown with solar panels, which was thought never to be the case by Western observers. Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: salyut6.jpg. Image width: 575 pixels. Image height: 389 pixels. Image size: 57,119 bytes.
Salyut 6 Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: salyut6a.jpg. Image width: 320 pixels. Image height: 238 pixels. Image size: 14,476 bytes.
Salyut 6 Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: salyut6b.jpg. Image width: 321 pixels. Image height: 236 pixels. Image size: 10,290 bytes.
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