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Krasnoyarsk Machine-Building Plant

Index Krasnoyarsk Machine-Building Plant

Krasmash, the Krasnoyarsk Machine-Building Plant (Красноярский машиностроительный завод) is a company based in Krasnoyarsk, Russia and established in 1932. [1]

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Blok D

Blok D (Блок Д meaning Block D) is an upper stage used on Soviet and later Russian expendable launch systems, including the N1, Proton-K and Zenit.

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Blok DM-03

The Blok DM-03 (Блок ДМ-03 meaning Block DM-03), GRAU index 11S861-03, is a Russian upper stage used as an optional fourth stage on the Proton-M carrier rocket.

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BZhRK Barguzin

The RS-27 (?) or SS-X-32Zh (?) Barguzin BZhRK (БЖРК) Project is a rail-mobile intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) under development for the Russian RVSN, as a replacement of the previous railway missile train Molodets BZhRK SS-24 Scalpel.

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Comparison of ICBMs

This is a comparison list of intercontinental ballistic missiles developed by various countries.

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Operation Behemoth

Operation Behemoth-1, Behemoth-2 (Бегемот - Begemot, Hippopotamus) were military exercises held by the Soviet Northern Fleet in 1989 and 1991.

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R-29RM Shtil

The R-29RM Shtil (Russian: Штиль, lit. "Calmness", NATO reporting name SS-N-23 Skiff) is a liquid propellant, submarine-launched ballistic missile in use by the Russian Navy.

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R-29RMU Sineva

The R-29RMU Sineva (Синева, lit. "blueness"), code RSM-54, is a Russian liquid-fueled submarine-launched ballistic missile with GRAU index 3M27, designation SS-N-23A Skiff.

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R-29RMU2 Layner

The R-29RMU2 Layner (Р-29РМУ2 "Лайнер" meaning Liner) is a Russian liquid-fuelled submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) and the newest member of the R-29 (missile) missile family, developed by the Makeyev Rocket Design Bureau and produced by the Krasnoyarsk Machine-Building Plant.

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RD-58

The RD-58 (manufacturer designation 11D58) was a rocket engine, developed in the 1960s by OKB-1, now RKK Energia.

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Roscosmos

The Roscosmos State Corporation for Space Activities (Государственная корпорация по космической деятельности «Роскосмос»), commonly known as Roscosmos (Роскосмос), is a state corporation responsible for the space flight and cosmonautics program for the Russian Federation.

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RS-28 Sarmat

The RS-28 Sarmat (Rossiyskaya Gazeta, 2 Feb 2015. named after the Sarmatians - NATO reporting name SS-X-30) is a Russian liquid-fueled, MIRV-equipped, superheavy thermonuclear armed intercontinental ballistic missile, in development by the Makeyev Rocket Design Bureau since 2009. It is intended to replace the old R-36M missile (SS-18 Satan). The Sarmat ICBM is one of the six new Russian strategic weapons unveiled by President Vladimir Putin on 1 March 2018.

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References

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krasnoyarsk_Machine-Building_Plant

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