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Mir against horizon The Mir station seen against the horizon during one of the Shuttle-Mir missions.
Credit: NASA. File Name: mirhorid.gif. Image width: 640 pixels. Image height: 481 pixels. Image size: 11,227 bytes.
Mir against Horizon The Mir station seen against the horizon during one of the Shuttle-Mir missions.
Credit: NASA. File Name: mirhoriz.jpg. Image width: 640 pixels. Image height: 481 pixels. Image size: 45,184 bytes.
Soyuz-Mir-Kvant Soyuz-Mir-Kvant-Soyuz Isometric
Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: miriso.gif. Image width: 451 pixels. Image height: 256 pixels. Image size: 5,164 bytes.
Mir over New Zealand Credit: NASA. File Name: mirnewze.jpg. Image width: 640 pixels. Image height: 480 pixels. Image size: 75,538 bytes.
Mirniy Mirniy, town serving workers at the Plesetsk cosmodrome.
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Mir over Pacific Mir over South Pacific
Credit: NASA. File Name: mirpacif.jpg. Image width: 640 pixels. Image height: 480 pixels. Image size: 60,151 bytes.
Mir panel Credit: RKK Energia. File Name: mirpanel.jpg. Image width: 455 pixels. Image height: 286 pixels. Image size: 28,396 bytes.
Mir 2 - Energia The original Mir 2 project was stopped for budgetary reasons. Yuri Koptev, the current head of the Russian Space Agency, and Yuri Semenov, the current head of NPO Energia, have shown a new and completely different design for Mir 2. An adaptation of the original Mir design, this design was called Mir 1.5 by the cosmonauts, and featured a truss structure. In the event, this was in turn cancelled and replaced by Russian participation in the International Space Station. The space frames of the first modules being provided by Russia for the station were evidently intended originally for Mir 2. File Name: mirrkk.jpg. Image width: 502 pixels. Image height: 447 pixels. Image size: 24,850 bytes.
Mir shower Credit: RKK Energia. File Name: mirshowr.jpg. Image width: 303 pixels. Image height: 280 pixels. Image size: 25,591 bytes.
Mir Icon Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: mirtiny.gif. Image width: 503 pixels. Image height: 66 pixels. Image size: 3,069 bytes.
Mir View of Mir in space.
Credit: NASA. File Name: mirtitle.jpg. Image width: 640 pixels. Image height: 320 pixels. Image size: 42,663 bytes.
Mir against Space The Mir station seen against space during one of the Shuttle-Mir missions.
Credit: NASA. File Name: mirwspa2.jpg. Image width: 800 pixels. Image height: 600 pixels. Image size: 38,836 bytes.
Project 7969 Designs Project 7969 designs using extensive aerodynamic maneuvering. From left: North American X-15B; Bell Dynasoar; Northrop Dynasoar; Republic Demi body; Avco maneuverable drag cone.
Credit: (c) Mark Wade. File Name: missaero.jpg. Image width: 640 pixels. Image height: 240 pixels. Image size: 13,174 bytes.
Project 7969 Designs Project 7969 ballistic designs. From left: Lockheed; Martin; Aeronutronics; Goodyear; McDonnell; Convair
Credit: (c) Mark Wade. File Name: missball.jpg. Image width: 640 pixels. Image height: 110 pixels. Image size: 6,524 bytes.
Project 7969 Designs Project 7969 designs. From left, top row: North American X-15B; Bell Dynasoar; Northrop Dynasoar; Republic Demi body; Avco maneuverable drag cone. Second row: Lockheed; Martin; Aeronutronics; Goodyear; McDonnell; Convair
Credit: (c) Mark Wade. File Name: missprop.jpg. Image width: 640 pixels. Image height: 273 pixels. Image size: 18,922 bytes.
MK-700 Credit: Mark Wade. File Name: mk700.jpg. Image width: 640 pixels. Image height: 94 pixels. Image size: 5,747 bytes.
MKBS MKBS - the immense earth orbit space complex planned in 1969-1974
Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: mkbs.jpg. Image width: 596 pixels. Image height: 295 pixels. Image size: 18,707 bytes.
MKBS Orbital Station MKBS Multi-module Orbital Base Station
Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: mkbs640.gif. Image width: 630 pixels. Image height: 312 pixels. Image size: 5,088 bytes.
MKBS Orbital Station MKBS Multi-module Orbital Base Station
Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: mkbscu.gif. Image width: 1,258 pixels. Image height: 621 pixels. Image size: 13,434 bytes.
MKR File Name: mkr.gif. Image width: 430 pixels. Image height: 323 pixels. Image size: 4,961 bytes.
NLS - Martin NLS - Martin Marietta version utilizing Shuttle Solid Rocket Boosters
Credit: Lockheed Martin. File Name: mlsmmsrb.jpg. Image width: 300 pixels. Image height: 402 pixels. Image size: 26,153 bytes.
Martin EGRESS Martin EGRESS personal orbital escape system, based on the proven B-58 crew capsule
File Name: mmegress.jpg. Image width: 257 pixels. Image height: 304 pixels. Image size: 22,201 bytes.
Moblab Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: mobla160.gif. Image width: 165 pixels. Image height: 158 pixels. Image size: 1,707 bytes.
Moblab lunar mobile Moblab lunar mobile lab
Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: moblab.gif. Image width: 541 pixels. Image height: 517 pixels. Image size: 8,030 bytes.
Canadian RMS Canadian Remote Manipulator System. This illustration shows the launch of the first Space Station "Freedom" element, including the Canadian Mobile Servicing Center. The US was originally to provide a movable platform for the MSC, but this was cancelled in 1988 for budgetary reasons. Credit: NASA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: mobtran1.jpg. Image width: 640 pixels. Image height: 478 pixels. Image size: 47,951 bytes.
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