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Two Soviet-Era Space Shuttles Found in Abandoned Hangar in Kazakhstan

These photos were taken by Ralph Mirebs, and you can see many, many more images on his Russian-language Livejournal blog. Wow!

And to think it’s already been five years since NASA retired the U.S.’s space shuttle program.

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2 Comments

  1. Alvaro Pandolpho

    Thank you Adafruit team for bring to us not only the newest technology but some of technology history.

  2. Thanks Alvaro – Other outlets are reporting this too but few of them are pointing to the source, in this case the photographer’s Livejournal. His blog has much much more to digest!

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