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    Russian Liquid Fuel Engine with Fuel Valve Assembly Intended for the International Space Station. Measures just over 12" in height, made of steel with hard foam at the valve assembly, where four valves protrude. Identification plate on reverse side shows six Russian characters. Used as a part of a united engine installation for the pitch, yaw, and roll channels. Originally intended for use on the Mir-2 space station, this fascinating piece of Russian space technology was made for use on Zvezda, the life support module of the International Space Station. A similar technology is being used currently on the Russian spacecraft Kliper. Fine condition.

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    September, 2007
    20th Thursday
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