ZVEZDA MIR-2 ACTUAL ORIENTATION FUEL ENGINE EXTREMELY RARE ARTIFACT
16th November 2016
LETTER OF AUTHENTICITY WILL INCLUDE. EXTREMELY RARE ARTIFACT! An actual orientation liquid fuel engine 11D428A with the fuel valve assembly that was used as a part of united engine installation with a thrust of 13.3 kg (mass – 1.2 kg) for the channels of pitch, yaw and roll, made for use on Zvezda - the core module of the ISS (International Space Station) that provides living quarters and life support for the crew. It was originally intended for the Mir-2 space station, but when this project was cancelled after the fall of the Soviet Union, it was amalgamated into the ISS instead. The height of the engine is 12.5”. The similar assembly is using now for new generation spacecraft Kliper. Please see the images of the engine assembly. Length 12.5”-31.8 cm, mounted on display. Buy with confidence ! We guaranteed you fast, reliable and safe service!PLEASE VIEW DETAILED IMAGES BELOW.
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