Russian engines NK-33 / AJ26 launched American Antares rocket into planned orbit

Tonight, the first experimental flight of the American Antares middle-class launch vehicle took place, designed to deliver cargo to the ISS. The rocket is equipped with engines NK-33 / AJ26, developed and produced at the Kuznetsov enterprise in Samara, which is part of the subsidiary of Rostec United Motion Corporation (UEC).




On the night of 21 on 22 on April 2013 of the year at 01.00 Moscow time, the Antares pilot flight program went into orbit to take the simulated payload to 600Х250 km in 300 seconds in degrees. The launch took place from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Space Center (MARS) in Virginia (USA).

The first stage of the launch vehicle, which included the installation of two engines NK-33 / AJ26, as expected, separated at an altitude of 113 km, having worked 235 seconds.

NK-33 / AJ26 is a modified version of the legendary Russian engine NK-33, developed over 40 years ago for the Soviet lunar program. Modernization of the NK-33 / AJ26 since the middle of the 90-s has been carried out by the American corporation Aerojet. Technical support for engine adaptation to the Antares launch vehicle within the framework of cooperation to foreign partners is provided by UEC specialists.

“Today, the Russian NC-33 in a modified version has found its customer in the United States of America. In the near future, it will be installed on the Russian light-class rocket. Certainly, the Soviet designers formed a colossal scientific and technical reserve that allows four decades later to use the created power plants on modern rockets, - said UDC General Director Vladislav Masalov. - However, we strive not only to use the existing engines, but also to recreate their production at a new technological level. Our engineering and engineering staff, who are currently working on this topic, I am sure, are able to accomplish this task. ”

The launch was of great importance to the American space program. In the summer of US 2011, the program turned the development of reusable space shuttles, which were used to deliver cargo and astronauts to the ISS. According to NASA plans, communication with the international space station will be carried out by private corporations. One of the contractors is planning to become Orbital Sciences, which developed the middle-class launch vehicle Antares.

“The first launch of the Antares launch vehicle can be considered historical a milestone in building strong international cooperation in space exploration. We are fully prepared for further fruitful work within the framework of the current Antares project and we hope that our established partnership will continue in the new directions of the American space program, ”said Vladislav Masalov.

In the near future, another launch of the Antares launch vehicle should take place, now with a real payload. His date and time will be known later.

Russian Technologies State Corporation (Rostec) - Russian corporation, established in 2007 year to promote the development, production and export of high-tech industrial products for civil and military purposes. It includes 663 organizations, of which 8 holding companies in the military-industrial complex are currently formed, and 5 in civilian industries. Rostec organizations are located on the territory of 60 subjects of the Russian Federation and supply products to markets in more than 70 countries of the world. Net profit in 2011 amounted to 45,6 billion rubles, tax deductions to the budgets of all levels reached 100 billion rubles.

OJSC Management Company United Engine Corporation - subsidiary of OPK OBORONPROM OJSC. More than 85% of the leading enterprises specializing in the development, mass production and service maintenance of gas turbine equipment, as well as key enterprises - branch collectors are integrated into the UEC structure. One of the priorities of the UEC is the implementation of comprehensive programs for the development of enterprises in the industry with the introduction of new technologies that meet international standards.

JSC "OPK" OBORONPROM " - a multidisciplinary engineering group, established in 2002 year. Included in Rostec State Corporation. The main areas of activity are helicopter building (the holding company “Helicopters of Russia”), engine building (UEC holding), and other assets.
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  1. tronin.maxim April 22 2013 09: 47 New
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    Hmm, fragments of Soviet power.
    1. Russian April 22 2013 09: 54 New
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      only I didn’t understand one thing:

      The missile is equipped with NK-33 / AJ26 engines, designed and manufactured at the Kuznetsov enterprise in Samara, which is part of the subsidiary of the Rostec State Corporation of the United Engine Corporation (UEC)


      and right there:

      Since the mid-33s, the American corporation Aerojet has been working on the modernization of the NK-26 / AJ90. Technical support for the adaptation of the engine to Antares LV within the framework of cooperation with foreign partners is provided by UEC specialists.


      So have Americans modernized it? And we just produce, or what?
      And so, I agree, in the USSR, technology was ahead of time in a number of areas. We still use this reserve.
      1. Phoenix-D
        Phoenix-D April 22 2013 09: 57 New
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        The Americans, obviously, just indicate by what standards and with what nodes the engines should connect. This is called "modernization."
        1. 123dv April 22 2013 10: 51 New
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          We copied the documentation into English, transferred the drawings to the inch system and crossed the threshold of permissible localization. All business.
          Let them fly on ours, maybe with this money a new dviglo will be built ...
        2. Papakiko April 22 2013 10: 54 New
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          Quote: Phoenix-D
          The Americans, obviously, just indicate by what standards and with what nodes the engines should connect

          What can they "indicate" when complete not knowing this topic!?
          However, we strive not only to use existing engines, but also to recreate their production at a new technological level. Our design and engineering staff who are currently working on this topic, I am sure, are able to complete this task.
          Harsh reality!

          I am sincerely sorry that, according to the Official version, each "mattress" engine "bought" $ 1000000 per piece. It is cheaper only for nothing.
      2. mga04
        mga04 April 22 2013 11: 16 New
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        "And we just produce, or how"
        Produced when. The Americans bought back a million $ apiece all NK-33 lying in warehouses since the sixties. The Ukrainian Yuzhmash built the first stage for these engines (which the author modestly kept silent about). Pay attention to the phrases: "However, we strive not only to use the available engines, but also recreate their production is at a new technological level. "Now there is no production of these engines, and there are no significant stocks in the warehouses - during the years of general sale, the Americans cleared out all the warehouses.
        1. Papakiko April 22 2013 11: 38 New
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          Here they are not even "embarrassed" that they steal and "look out, rummage".
        2. zennon April 22 2013 14: 27 New
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          In general, there was someone’s “smart” order in the 70s to destroy them altogether. Nikolai Dmitrievich Kuznetsov, as a smart man, scored on the August order and hid them in the hangar.
          Therefore, at least some kind of money was received. There is no point in revelating their production. In Voronezh, RD-191 is being produced at NPO Energomash.
          It is more modern and its specific thrust impulse is higher. As for the first stage, as Academician Glushko said, "attach a good engine to the fence, the fence will fly."
      3. Geisenberg April 23 2013 00: 21 New
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        Quote: р_у_с_с_к_и_й
        We still use this reserve.


        And we will use it until we die out ...
    2. Vashestambid
      Vashestambid April 22 2013 13: 58 New
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      NK-33 / AJ26 engines put Antares US rocket into planned orbit

      Why so much pesimism, this is the first launch with this engine recourse . We must be happy !! fellow

  2. k220150
    k220150 April 22 2013 09: 53 New
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    Yes there were people nowadays
    Not that the current tribe

    I want to cry!
    1. Vadivak April 22 2013 10: 03 New
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      Quote: k220150
      Yes there were people nowadays


      Tell them that thanks to their minds, the American space industry is developing, they would look like idiots


      1. DEfindER April 22 2013 10: 46 New
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        Quote: Vadivak
        Tell them that thanks to their minds, the American space industry is developing

        I live near the Kuznetsov plant, when I pass by him, I see just an eerie sight, almost all the buildings are in dilapidated condition, only the administrative building works and live only due to Soviet developments .. They are no longer able to produce anything, and most importantly, Russian Technologies absolutely do not want to to develop the plant, and only think about one thing, as it were, to sell our technologies or ready-made engines more expensive, squeeze out everything that is left there .. But the engines for both the Tu-154, the Tu-160, and rocket engines were made at this plant would not be privatization, was and now at least 2 after the Boeing aircraft suppliers ..
        Checkpoint of the plant, photo for March 31.03.2013, XNUMX:
        Well, a photo of the view of the Volga near the plant (Zhiguli Gate in all its glory) 31.03.2013/XNUMX/XNUMX (sorry that is not the topic)
        [media = http: //s1.ipicture.ru/Gallery/Viewfull/24304061.html]
      2. DEfindER April 22 2013 10: 53 New
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        Quote: Vadivak
        Tell them that thanks to their minds, the American space industry is developing

        I live near the Kuznetsov plant, when I pass by him, I see just an eerie sight, almost all the buildings are in dilapidated condition, only the administrative building works and live only due to Soviet developments .. They are no longer able to produce anything, and most importantly, Russian Technologies absolutely do not want to to develop the plant, and only think about one thing, as it were, to sell our technologies or ready-made engines more expensive, squeeze out everything that is left there .. But the engines for both the Tu-154, the Tu-160, and rocket engines were made at this plant would not be privatization, was and now at least 2 after the Boeing aircraft suppliers ..
        Checkpoint of the plant, photo for March 31.03.2013, XNUMX:
        [media = http: //s1.ipicture.ru/Gallery/Viewfull/24304213.html]]
        Well, a photo of a view of the Volga near the plant (Zhiguli Gate in all its glory) 31.03.2013/XNUMX/XNUMX
      3. DEfindER April 22 2013 11: 01 New
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        Quote: Vadivak
        Tell them that thanks to their minds, the American space industry is developing

        I live near the Kuznetsov plant, when I pass by him, I see just an eerie sight, almost all the buildings are in dilapidated condition, only the administrative building works and live only due to Soviet developments .. They are no longer able to produce anything, and most importantly, Russian Technologies absolutely do not want to to develop the plant, and only think about one thing, as it were, to sell our technologies or ready-made engines more expensive, squeeze out everything that is left there .. But the engines for both the Tu-154, the Tu-160, and rocket engines were made at this plant would not be privatization, was and now at least 2 after the Boeing aircraft suppliers ..
        Checkpoint of the plant, photo for March 31.03.2013, XNUMX:
        [media = http: //s1.ipicture.ru/uploads/20130422/thumbs/zfN4258Z.jpg]
        http://s1.ipicture.ru/uploads/20130422/zfN4258Z.jpg
        Well, a photo of a view of the Volga near the plant (Zhiguli Gate in all its glory) 31.03.2013/XNUMX/XNUMX
        [media = http: //s1.ipicture.ru/uploads/20130422/thumbs/kizwVKYd.jpg]
        http://s1.ipicture.ru/uploads/20130422/kizwVKYd.jpg
      4. DEfindER April 22 2013 11: 03 New
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        Quote: Vadivak
        Tell them that thanks to their minds, the American space industry is developing

        I live near the Kuznetsov plant, when I pass by him, I see just an eerie sight, almost all the buildings are in dilapidated condition, only the administrative building works and live only due to Soviet developments .. They are no longer able to produce anything, and most importantly, Russian Technologies absolutely do not want to to develop the plant, and only think about one thing, as it were, to sell our technologies or ready-made engines more expensive, squeeze out everything that is left there .. But the engines for both the Tu-154, the Tu-160, and rocket engines were made at this plant would not be privatization, was and now at least 2 after the Boeing aircraft suppliers ..
        Checkpoint of the plant, photo for March 31.03.2013, XNUMX:
        [media = http: //s1.ipicture.ru/uploads/20130422/thumbs/zfN4258Z.jpg]
      5. DEfindER April 22 2013 11: 06 New
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        Quote: Vadivak
        Tell them that thanks to their minds, the American space industry is developing

        I live near the Kuznetsov plant, when I pass by him, I see just an eerie sight, almost all the buildings are in dilapidated condition, only the administrative building works and live only due to Soviet developments .. They are no longer able to produce anything, and most importantly, Russian Technologies absolutely do not want to to develop the plant, and only think about one thing, as it were, to sell our technologies or ready-made engines more expensive, squeeze out everything that is left there .. But the engines for both the Tu-154, the Tu-160, and rocket engines were made at this plant would not be privatization, was and now at least 2 after the Boeing aircraft suppliers ..
        Checkpoint of the plant, photo dated 31.03.2013/XNUMX/XNUMX,
        Well, a photo of a view of the Volga near the plant (Zhiguli Gate in all its glory) 31.03.2013/XNUMX/XNUMX
        <img src = "http://s1.ipicture.ru/uploads/20130422/kizwVKYd.jpg" border = "0">
      6. DEfindER April 22 2013 11: 07 New
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        Quote: Vadivak
        Tell them that thanks to their minds, the American space industry is developing

        I live near the Kuznetsov plant, when I pass by him, I see just an eerie sight, almost all the buildings are in dilapidated condition, only the administrative building works and live only due to Soviet developments .. They are no longer able to produce anything, and most importantly, Russian Technologies absolutely do not want to to develop the plant, and only think about one thing, as it were, to sell our technologies or ready-made engines more expensive, squeeze out everything that is left there .. But the engines for both the Tu-154, the Tu-160, and rocket engines were made at this plant would not be privatization, was and now at least 2 after the Boeing aircraft suppliers ..
        Checkpoint of the plant, photo for March 31.03.2013, XNUMX:

        full size: http://s1.ipicture.ru/uploads/20130422/zfN4258Z.jpg
        Well, a photo of a view of the Volga near the plant (Zhiguli Gate in all its glory) 31.03.2013/XNUMX/XNUMX

        full size: http://s1.ipicture.ru/uploads/20130422/kizwVKYd.jpg
        1. engineer74 April 22 2013 11: 13 New
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          The last specialist, Yu.S. Eliseev, changed to menager. Now it’s just that they’ll optimize the plant, before losing heart rate! am
        2. Black Colonel April 22 2013 11: 49 New
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          A sad sight!
        3. Vadivak April 22 2013 14: 14 New
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          Quote: DEfindER
          I live near the Kuznetsov factory,


          Well, maybe lovers of good news about the state of our industry will listen to you
        4. Papakiko April 22 2013 17: 57 New
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          [media = http: //crafts-school.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Nebesnie_fonariki.jpg
          ]


          It may be resuscitated, revived, but SORRY-SADNESS-TOSKA.
  3. svp67 April 22 2013 09: 58 New
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    Of course, Soviet designers formed a colossal scientific and technological reserve, which allows four decades later to apply the created power plants on modern missiles, - said the Director General of UEC Vladislav Masalov. - However, we strive not only use existing engines, but also recreate their production at a new technological level. Our design and engineering staff who are currently working on this topic, I am sure, are able to complete this task.

    That is, to create something new for us is already a problem ... It's sad.
    1. Vadivak April 22 2013 10: 08 New
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      Quote: svp67
      That is, to create what's new for us is already a problem


      Well, why is the news of science - 19.04.2013/XNUMX/XNUMX The Investigative Committee instituted another criminal case on the fact of embezzlement of large amounts of budget funds that took place in the Skolkovo fund.

      1. wasjasibirjac April 22 2013 11: 09 New
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        built a nanomotor - no one can find. if THIS is the modern level of Russian science - I am sad
    2. Akatsubasa
      Akatsubasa April 22 2013 10: 23 New
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      The situation is that the principles of engines proposed by the team of Sergey Pavlovich are sufficient to put into orbit are quite sufficient. It has already been possible to reduce the arc to 6 hours, and it is quite possible that working orbital trucks will appear soon, the same Russia, for example (not the way it is now positioned, but it has more potential). But already from orbit, you can go for a walk on the thermonuclear poison and the Solar System - a month before Mars it would be a tangible leap for people (even the Americans and ours came up with prototypes in the eighties). But the idea of ​​an engine in itself, the bulk of the ship for which the fuel tank occupies, is at least flawed)
    3. rereture
      rereture April 22 2013 10: 26 New
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      Quote: svp67
      That is, to create something new for us is already a problem ... It's sad.


      Why spend a lot of effort, human resource, money (rollback, cut), time (you can’t develop a new engine from scratch), when there is a normal engine that has been worked out by the industry for years, with a high modernization potential that can cope with the task.
    4. Black Colonel April 22 2013 11: 51 New
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      After the Civil War, the problem was to restore the production of the Maxim machine gun due to the "loss of technology." With missiles, technology is easier to lose.
  4. SPIRITofFREEDOM
    SPIRITofFREEDOM April 22 2013 10: 17 New
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    It's a shame
    Antispyware so to speak (((
  5. afire April 22 2013 10: 20 New
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    They sold all the nits, recently there was a vidos about how they are oh .. and from a forest of engines in an abandoned hangar, it would be better to rotten houses than to sell these vampires for business. This is not another round of US space development, but a product of theft and betrayal of two gifted from the USSR-Russia. they even set up their name, but in fact, they probably made any changes to the engines in general, so as not to spoil it. minus article. I hate all this activity and nothing can be returned. All secrets bald with Boris for sale (or even free) laid out. let traitors burn in hell!
    1. Day 11 April 22 2013 10: 50 New
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      After the fight, they don’t wave their fists! Do not live on yesterday’s victories, you need to invent something new. Although I agree with you, EBN is still the same
  6. B_KypTke April 22 2013 10: 24 New
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    These engines are, of course, a masterpiece of technical thought, but the main thing is that they are those inventors and innovators. Such a millennial gene pool cannot be corroded in some 90s. So a dashing year will pass and again we will see our Russian simple-ingenious. I believe.
    1. Day 11 April 22 2013 10: 38 New
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      I join, I want to believe that the land of Russia has not become scarce with bright heads. We will also give out something like that, intricate to all enemies to spite!
  7. lecturer April 22 2013 10: 36 New
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    Quote: Akatsubasa
    The situation is that the principles of engines proposed by the team of Sergey Pavlovich are sufficient to put into orbit are quite sufficient. It has already been possible to reduce the arc to 6 hours, and it is quite possible that working orbital trucks will appear soon, the same Russia, for example (not the way it is now positioned, but it has more potential). But already from orbit, you can go for a walk on the thermonuclear poison and the Solar System - a month before Mars it would be a tangible leap for people (even the Americans and ours came up with prototypes in the eighties). But the idea of ​​an engine in itself, the bulk of the ship for which the fuel tank occupies, is at least flawed)

    Of course, THIS IS ALREADY our today's DEVELOPMENT, and those last year’s developments are given to “amers” - do not be upset ... After all (!) We also USE “diesels” developed by Diesel in Germany in 19 ....
    1. Day 11 April 22 2013 10: 44 New
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      For some reason only fascists drove exclusively on gasoline
      1. Svarog
        Svarog April 22 2013 10: 48 New
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        And you read how these gasoline engines burned perfectly in tanks;)
        1. Day 11 April 22 2013 10: 55 New
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          With a good fire extinguishing system, they fought well (this is a fact). And did our B-2 tanks burn less?
      2. lecturer April 22 2013 10: 51 New
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        Thank you, I understood the hint! (albeit old!) BUT, in fact, the FIRST ENGINE was in Fairytale Russia, when Ivan was rushing about on the stove !!! So that we old people "+"!
      3. svp67 April 22 2013 10: 59 New
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        Quote: Den 11
        For some reason only fascists drove exclusively on gasoline

        Just because for the ground forces they could give light synthetic fuel that could not be used in diesel engines. All natural fuel, including solar, absorbed krigsmarin
        1. Day 11 April 22 2013 11: 00 New
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          And the luftwaffe
          1. Rider April 22 2013 11: 56 New
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            Luftwaffe riding a solarium?

            let me disbelieve.
            1. Day 11 April 22 2013 17: 04 New
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              You won’t believe it, but yes. Does ME-163 (Comet) say something? And ME-262 (Salamander)? They ate everything. Read the right books
  8. lecturer April 22 2013 10: 46 New
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    Quote: Akatsubasa
    The situation is that the principles of engines proposed by the team of Sergey Pavlovich are sufficient to put into orbit are quite sufficient. It has already been possible to reduce the arc to 6 hours, and it is quite possible that working orbital trucks will appear soon, the same Russia, for example (not the way it is now positioned, but it has more potential). But already from orbit, you can go for a walk on the thermonuclear poison and the Solar System - a month before Mars it would be a tangible leap for people (even the Americans and ours came up with prototypes in the eighties). But the idea of ​​an engine in itself, the bulk of the ship for which the fuel tank occupies, is at least flawed)

    Of course, THIS IS ALREADY our today's DEVELOPMENT, and those last year’s developments are given to “amers” - do not be upset ... After all (!) We also USE “diesels” developed by Diesel in Germany in 19 ....
  9. Rider April 22 2013 10: 48 New
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    I advise everyone interested:
    The rocket came from the cold.

    http://alternathistory.org.ua/raketa-prishedshaya-s-kholoda


    from the link in the article you can download the AMERICAN film about RUSSIAN engines on AMERICAN missiles.


    Py Sy: a big request to readers to explain how you can make clickable links.
    1. lecturer April 22 2013 11: 15 New
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      Thank you so much, read your link: http://alternathistory.org.ua/raketa-prishedshaya-s-kholoda
      And to the author of the article, Sergei Nikulin, a veteran of the rocket and space forces, I always wish strong support from the friends and all of us Russian patriots. And, in no case, do not "break" your old health into all sorts of sales potholes. Hold on, and the Glory of Russia and Greatness from Her simplicity and dovekria always drove the whole World crazy !!!
      1. Rider April 22 2013 11: 54 New
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        ALWAYS HAPPY TO HELP! fellow

        this site, although called an ALTERNATIVE story, always publishes ADEQUATE materials.

        on other sites of a patriotic orientation, they often publish such a fuck that sometimes you think if it’s not discriminating.

        I recommend another site of the OKO PLANET.
        1. lecturer April 22 2013 12: 02 New
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          Thank! Listen, and on this site someone can "climb" with unclean paws? Yesterday I was hitched an “Icelandic” flag, and now from the “personal account” my “face” has disappeared ... I then restored it, but the question remains!
          1. Rider April 22 2013 13: 26 New
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            I don’t have a panel, I myself am a recent tutu.
            however. I have already encountered floating flags.
            one of my opponents was under the flag of the Russian Federation, then the USA flag flashed, then KZ.
            although he claimed that he was a citizen of the Russian Federation.
  10. darksoul April 22 2013 13: 54 New
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    Russian NK-33 / AJ26 engines launched an American rocket


    More precisely, Soviet engines. The former power of our empire still makes itself felt
  11. White
    White April 22 2013 14: 23 New
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    Who can explain to me, otherwise I have a number of conflicting questions
    - The United States climbed into a warehouse in Samara and from there scrapped 60 pieces. NK-33 which lay there for 40 years and now the rocket flew on this engine (40 years), what are they going to do in that case when they exhaust these 60 pieces?
    - Or NK-33 is now produced in Russia
    - Or the United States established production at home, that is, they have documentation for these engines.
    1. zennon April 22 2013 14: 39 New
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      I already wrote above: NK-33 are not produced and will not be produced. But NPO Energomash OJSC produces RD-191. They have similar characteristics and are more modern, with a large specific thrust impulse.
    2. DEfindER April 22 2013 15: 46 New
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      Quote: White
      Who can explain to me, otherwise I have a number of conflicting questions

      AJ-26 is a modification of the NK-33 engine developed by Aerojet and licensed in the USA for use on American launch vehicles (including Antares), created by removing some equipment from the original NK-33 (out of 37 copies purchased from SNTK them . N. D. Kuznetsova), adding American electronics, adapting the engine to the fuel produced in the USA, as well as equipping it with a universal joint for controlling the thrust vector (similar to NK-33-1)

      It's a shame that they sold the license, now they will do it themselves and pay nothing for the use of our technologies .. Actually, for all the developments of that time, instead of selling the equipment itself and providing work for our population, we sell technologies, and a one-time income from this flows abroad with the sellers themselves ..
      1. Rider April 22 2013 16: 06 New
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        depending on how the license was sold.
        in some licenses, the fad is about the percentage of the finished product.

        although if you take the last time, then most likely there is a pure transfer of technology.
        that’s what the FSB needs to do.
      2. zennon April 22 2013 16: 20 New
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        Most likely they will not be produced by mattresses all the same.
        Expensive. They worked on this issue, but they seemed to decide to refuse. It's cheaper to buy.
  12. crasever April 23 2013 06: 31 New
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    If practical Americans fly on our engines, you will definitely have to soon see their next space triumph with super-powerful engines that surpass the greatest lunar F-1s and a new concept ship, reaching not only the Moon and Mars, but also capable of landing on an asteroid! !! President Obama can only choose a priority task to accomplish.