Salyut: see space exploration; space station.
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Soviet space station/satellite deorbit over Argentine skies. (Salyut 7) (Satellite News)
Inmarsat awards launch to Proton; forges ahead on Project 21. (International Maritime Satellite Organization grants DB Salyut contract to launch satellite on Proton rocket; Council unanimously approved further efforts towards developing low-earth-orbit mobile satellite services system) (Satellite News)
Russian win may prompt Clinton team to address launch issue. (commercial launch contract awarded to DB Salyut by Inmarsat may trigger President-elect Bill Clinton to act more quickly on issue of non-market economies competing in global launch market) (Defense Daily)
Inmarsat and DB Salyut of the Russian Federation have completed negotiations for the first launch of an Inmarsat 3-series satellite. (International Maritime Satellite Organization) (Satellite News)
Soviet space station re-enters atmosphere. (Salyut-7) (Defense Daily)
Soviet space station to hit Earth Thursday. (Salyut 7) (Defense Daily)
Our man-made moons. (predecessors of the International Space Station) (Popular Science)
A new U.S.-Soviet manned space mission? (Science)
Coming in at an Unusual Angle: Exo-Surprise and the Fieldworking Cosmonaut (Anthropological Quarterly)
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