Russian Angara Launch Vehicle  with 4 Baikal Rockets Attached

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  This is a 25 inch tall, resin and metal, hand made model of the Russian Angara Launch Vehicle with 4 Baikal Reusable Rockets attached. It is a highly detailed, exact replica of the spacecraft. It was produced exclusively for the Khrunichev space center in Russia. The Baikals rockets are equiped with wings and jet engines making them able to return to the launch site after accelerating the Angara to orbit.

It is an authentic piece of space history
and is autographed by Cosmonauts
Yuri Malenchenko & Viktor Savinykh

    The three-stage Saturn V was taller than a 36-story building. It was the largest and most powerful rocket ever launched by the United States. In fact, the Saturn V was the largest operational launch vehicle ever produced. The "V" designation originates from the five powerful F-1 engines that powered the first stage of the rocket.
This picture shows some of the incredible detail this model has.

  Commander Yuri Malenchenko Autographing our Angara Rocket Model.

Here is Cosmonaut
Yuri Malenchenko personally autographing our Angara Launch Vehicle rocket model.

   Cosmonaut Malenchenko
was the commander of the International Space Station
in 2003.

From July 1 to November 4, 1994, he also served as the Commander of the Mir Space Station.  

 Here is Cosmonaut
Viktor Savinykh personally autographing our
Angara rocket model.

   Cosmonaut Savinykh
flew on 3 flights.
He spent a total of 252 days in space and completed
over 5 hours of EVA's.

    Cosmonaut Viktor Savinykh Autographing our Angara Launch Vehicle Model.
On the left is our Angara Launch Rocket Model on display at the Museum of Discovery & Science in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. On the left is our Angara Launch Rocket Model on display at the Museum of Discovery & Science in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

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