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  About the City
Korolev, Moscow region is the cradle of Russian cosmonautics.
Korolev is one of the first-rate Russian cities with high level of inhabitants' education: app.
Korolev is one of the greenest cities of Moscow region.
www.korolev.ru /english/e_navigator_c.html   (255 words)

  
 Korolev, Sputnik, and The International Geophysical Year
Sergey Pavlovich Korolev, the younger of the two, had become absorbed in dreams of space exploration during his short tenure as a member and eventual leader of an amateur Soviet rocketry group in the early 1930s.
Korolev himself was very conscious of the fact that an official decree on the project had yet to be issued, which meant that a rocket was still not officially available for the project.
Korolev was so subsumed by euphoria that he stayed awake until three in the morning speaking to his deputies and aides about the great possibilities that had opened up, the future, and mostly about his artificial satellite.
www.hq.nasa.gov /office/pao/History/sputnik/siddiqi.html   (7552 words)

  
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Sergey P. Korolev was born on 12 Jan. 1907 in the Zhitomir city in a family of teachers.
A supervisor of Sergey Korolev was A. Tupolev.
Because of the great contribution to Homeland defence and development of the practical cosmonautics, Academician Sergey P. Korolev was twice awarded with title "Hero of Labor" (in 1956 and 1961), Lenin Award (in 1957) and Tsiolkovsky Gold Medal.
www.korolev.ru /english/e_biografia.html   (834 words)

  
 Korolev was the Soviet’s Chief Designer (printable version)
Korolev was born in the Ukraine in 1907 and educated locally.
Korolev was not allowed to travel abroad, be photographed in public, or be referred to by name.
Korolev was afforded a state funeral, and his ashes were placed in a niche in the Kremlin wall.
www.rgj.com /news/printstory.php?id=31791   (831 words)

  
 Spaceflight :Sergei P. Korolev
Chief Designer Sergey Korolev stands at the Kapustin Yar firing range in 1953, the same year that he joined the Communist Party and was elected a Corresponding Member of the USSR Academy of Sciences.
For years, the life and career of Sergei Pavlovich Korolev, the chief designer of early Soviet rockets, were kept in mystery as a state secret.
Korolev and several other rocket designers were victims of this paranoia, although there is no evidence that Korolev himself was involved in any traitorous activities.
www.centennialofflight.gov /essay/SPACEFLIGHT/korolev/SP5.htm   (1696 words)

  
 Missiles Take Off From the Sea
Korolev was afraid that owing to an abrupt rise in pressure and temperature in the launch tube, the missile might disintegrate, and fail to emerge.
During the conference Sergey Pavlovich expounded a number of fundamental considerations regarding the particular way in which the missiles and their system components were to be located, and how the missiles were to be stored, serviced, and launched from the ship.
Korolev had already taken notice of, and singled out from among many, this short but well-built, sociable Volga native for his wisdom and brightness, the selflessness of his work, and his ability to find a common language with people and to motivate them.
www.fas.org /nuke/guide/russia/slbm/jpuma010_95001.htm   (21423 words)

  
 Sergey Korolyov - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sergei Korolyov at the Kapustin Yar firing range in 1953.
Sergei was informed by his mother that his father had died at the time, and only later learned that Pavel had lived until 1929.
Sergei and Nina then were wed in 1949, but he was known to have had affairs even after his remarriage to Nina.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sergey_Korolev   (4883 words)

  
 5Баллов - Famous people of our country and of a foreign country - Топики по английскому ...
Academician Korolev is a famous scientist and a founder of practical cosmonautics.
Korolev was born in 1906 in the small Ukrainian town of Zhitomir into a family of teachers.
In 1925 Korolev entered the Kiev Polytechnical Institute where he studied aviation and maths, but in the evening he had to work for money.
5ballov.com.ru /e/3/473.html   (271 words)

  
 Korolev - publications
Bochkareva E, Korolev S, Lees-Miller SP, Bochkarev A. Structure of the RPA trimerization core and its role in the multistep DNA-binding mechanism of RPA.
Korolev S, Koroleva O, Petterson K, Gu M, Collart F, Dementieva I, Joachimiak A. Autotracing of E. coli acetate CoA-transferase alpha-subunit structure using 3.4 A MAD and 1.9 A native data.
Korolev, S., Hsieh, J., Gauss, G., Lohman, T.M. and Waksman, G. Major domain swiveling revealed by the crystal structures of binary and ternary complexes of Escherichia coli Rep helicase bound to single-stranded DNA and ADP.
biochemweb.slu.edu /faculty/korolev_pubs.html   (710 words)

  
 SLU researchers first to decipher new protein structure
The research was performed at the laboratory of Sergey Korolev, Ph.D., assistant professor of biochemistry and molecular biology.
Korolev said structures such as the one his team identified are useful to researchers who seek greater understanding of how these proteins function — researchers who may include not only basic scientists, but pharmaceutical researchers interested in developing more effective drugs.
The failure to accurately replicate the genomic DNA in the presence of DNA damage is believed to be a primary cause of mutagenesis and cancer predisposition, he said.
www.eurekalert.org /pub_releases/2003-10/slu-srf100404.php   (284 words)

  
 Korolev Class   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The Korolev was named for spacecraft designer Sergey Pavlovich Korolev, a key figure in the early Russian space program.
The prototype U.S.S. Korolev was launched in 2351 and began its initial shakedown and warp tests.
With the problems solved the Korolev Class entered production and for the next twenty years a steady number of ships would be produced from the Cochrane Fleetyards.
hometown.aol.com /_ht_a/mfwan/Korolev.htm   (434 words)

  
 Sergey P. Korolev
Korolev naît le 12 Janvier 1907 à; Zhitomir, fils d'une famille d'enseignants.
Lorsque Valery Bourdakov était l'un des adjoints de Korolev, ce dernier lui fit d'étonnantes confidences : un jour de 1948, Joseph Staline avait demandé à Korolev de venir au Kremlin pour étudier les rapports d'observations d'ovnis collectés par les espions.
Korolev prône la construction de moteurs à oxygène et hydrogène liquide — la voie suivie par les américains.
www.rr0.org /KorolevSerguei.html   (1139 words)

  
 Amazon.com: "Sergey Korolev": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Sergey Korolev's Raketruy polet v stratosfere (Rocket Flight to Stratosphere, 1934) and Georgiy Langemak and Valentin Glushko's Rakety: rkh ustroiswo i primenenrye...
With instructions from Sergey Korolev, the first concept for a manned space flight was prepared within OKB-1 under the leadership of Michail Tikhonoravov and Konstantin...
Sergey Korolev was the chief engineer of the Soviet space program after Sputnik's successful launch.
www.amazon.com /phrase/Sergey-Korolev   (476 words)

  
 Spaceflight :Energia and Khrunichev
Korolev, then 39 years old, was appointed chief designer of Department No. 3 at NII-88, the unit in charge of the V-2 program.
Korolev, a spaceflight enthusiast since his youth, convinced the Soviet government that he could launch a satellite into orbit around the Earth using the same R-7 ICBM.
From 1966 to 1974, the organization was headed by Korolev's former deputy, Vasily Mishin, who presided over the failed Soviet program to reach the Moon using the giant N1 rocket.
www.centennialofflight.gov /essay/SPACEFLIGHT/energia/SP41.htm   (1556 words)

  
 GPN-2002-000163 - Sergey Korolev
Sergey Korolev, founder of the Soviet space program, in July 1954 with a dog that just returned to Earth after a lob to an altitude of 100 kilometers on an R-1D scientific rocket.
In 1951, the Soviet Union became the first country to safely recover a living organism after a flight in space.
Please note that the image number assigned to this image is not an official NASA number.
grin.hq.nasa.gov /ABSTRACTS/GPN-2002-000163.html   (125 words)

  
 Korolev   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
In 1960 Kostino town was included in its structure, and in 1963 the settlements Bolshevo, Pervomayskiy and Tekstilchshiki.
In 1995 Kaliningrad was given a new name, Korolev, after world wide famous rocket designer Sergey Korolev.
Modern Korolev is the large center of space research.
istina.inion.ru /e_korol.htm   (93 words)

  
 Untitled Document
More detaled information is about Soviet rocketry and rocket engineers - Sergey P. Korolev, Fridrih A.Tsander, Yury V. Kondratuk, and some other Soviet and world known rocket and space flight specialists, who did their first work in the begining of the XX Century.
After World War II Korolev headed the Special Design Bureau (OKB) for the military missile industry which designed the greatest number of the Soviet missiles and space rocket boosters.
Model of the rocket glider, which was designed by Sergey Korolev and sucsessfully flight tested in February 28,1940.
www.informatics.org /museum/histrock.html   (407 words)

  
 SPACE.com -- Living Legend of Soviet Space Program Talks Tito
Boris Chertok, a close associate of Sergey Korolev, the Soviet Chief Designer who masterminded the Russian side of the space race, is strongly in favor of Dennis Tito's trip.
Even Sergey Korolev, Soviet Rocket Chief Designer, said in 1961 that soon people would be booking places on tours of space.
When Korolev said this, the Soviet people were often given free stays in sanatoriums (vacation retreats) and resorts.
www.space.com /missionlaunches/launches/chertok_reax_010428.html   (559 words)

  
 GPN-2002-000171 - The Three K's
From far left are Sergey Korolev from the missile program, Igor Kurchatov from the atomic bomb program, and Mstislav Keldysh from the Academy of Sciences.
The photograph dates from July 1959, when Korolev, Keldysh, and Mishin visited Kurchatov's institute.
Sergey Korolev Igor Kurchatov Mstislav Keldysh Vasiliy Mishin Academy of Sciences
grin.hq.nasa.gov /ABSTRACTS/GPN-2002-000171.html   (112 words)

  
 Pravda.RU:Mystery of Area 51
However, the newspapers wouldn't calm down: journalists were especially suspicious about the fact that right after 'the ordinary accident,' President Harry Truman had immediately informed his WWII allies about the details of the mysterious accident.
They say that right after that accident, Soviet leader Joseph Stalin summoned the chief designer of rocket and space engineering, Academician Sergey Korolev, and asked his opinion about the accident.
Sergey Korolev told Stalin that if UFOs actually existed, they are on no account the products of some defense technologies, and consequently they pose no threat to the Soviet Union.
newsfromrussia.com /main/2002/11/04/39112_.html   (1075 words)

  
 Russia Cosmonaut Gherman Titov Dies
In May 1961, after the historic Gagarin flight, the first group of the Soviet cosmonauts vacationed in the Crimean resort of Sochi.
The chief-designer of the Vostok spacecraft, Sergey Korolev, and his wife stayed nearby in their residence Yaveinaya.
This shot was made at Yaveinaya and appears to be the only photo showing the entire original group of the Soviet cosmonauts except V. Bondarenko who was killed in a ground-training accident in March 1961, as well as A. Kartashov and V. Varlamov who were dismissed from the group for medical reasons.
www.space.com /peopleinterviews/titov_obit_000921.html   (716 words)

  
 Stalin's UFOs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
In order to clear up the situation, Joseph Stalin ordered three Soviet scientists to research data obtained by the KGB in the USA and define to what extent such mysterious objects were dangerous for the Soviet Union.
These three men were talented mathematician Mstislav Keldysh, chemist Alexander Topchiyev, and physician Sergey Korolev.
Sergey Korolev, the head of the scientific group researching the mysterious device, admitted that it was a very difficult task to investigate the rocket.
www.virtuallystrange.net /ufo/updates/2002/nov/m20-015.shtml   (755 words)

  
 Press about us ::: Camelot
Sergey, you are so steeped in chivalric history.
Sergey Alexandrovich, I can see that our time is running out.
Sergey Alexandrovich Korolev is at the restaurant three times a week.
www.camelot.spb.ru /eng/press/pressexo.html   (1200 words)

  
 Biographies: Sergey Korolev   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Sergey graduated from Ivanovo State Power University in 2005, with a degree in Computer Science.
With a good sense of humour and interpersonal skills he found his perfect place in project management.
Sergey is a music fan outside work, with a busy schedule of concerts but can often be found enthusiastically leading the after-hours Counter Strike matches here at e3internet.
www.e3internet.com /company-information/biographies/sergey-korolyov   (121 words)

  
 KOSMOPLAN - Soviets "Star Wars" programme - Military Photos
Chief Designer Sergey Korolev for his part suggested creating a satellite defence system, whereby an interceptor satellite would be transported to space by his R-7 intercontinental missile and then guided to the target by PRO A missile defence system ground stations.
The practical implementation of a satellite interception system was a response to the US Air Force's SAINT project which dated from the years 1960-1962.
However, as this was not ready in time, the two-stage Korolev R-7A was used instead.
www.militaryphotos.net /forums/showthread.php?t=21713   (1427 words)

  
 The EMBO Journal - Browse by Subject - Structural Biology
Structure of the RPA trimerization core and its role in the multistep DNA-binding mechanism of RPA
Elena Bochkareva, Sergey Korolev, Susan P. Lees-Miller and Alexey Bochkarev
Sergei V. Strelkov, Harald Herrmann, Norbert Geisler, Tatjana Wedig, Ralf Zimbelmann, Ueli Aebi and Peter Burkhard
www.nature.com /emboj/categories/structural_biology_24.html   (459 words)

  
 Russian Aviation Page: Reviews of the Aviation Museums and Aerospace Attractions: Orevo, Korolev's memorial, ...
Korolev's house is also near the hotel, and you can tour it by prior arrangement.
Be sure to spend a few hours at the VDNKh metro stop, first in the Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics under the rocket statue (nice exhibit, modest gift shop with cheap prices!), then walk (a LONG walk) to the Kosmos Pavilion to see the space hardware pushed aside for the new commercial Russia.
If you have more time and foresight, on that same trip you can also visit the nearby Home Museum of Sergey Korolev, but that is by appointment and is only in Russian.
aeroweb.lucia.it /~agretch/Museums/Cosmos.html   (1478 words)

  
 Pravda.RU How America became accessible and the USSR became a superpower
This decision had a very simple explanation: the USSR had a large gap to fill in military development at that time and American army bases were very close to Soviet borders.
As was common in the USSR, Korolev had all opportunities available to him: unlimited funding and people.
The first missile was ready by the beginning of 1957, but the first tests were not successful: the missile burst into pieces due to overloading.
newsfromrussia.com /main/2002/08/03/33789.html   (2283 words)

  
 Soviet Saucers (skeptical) - UFO Evidence
In 1981, a midnight rocket launch from Plesetsk lit up the skies of Moscow itself and sent the capital city's residents into a blitz of unconstrained creativity.
UFO expert Sergey Bozhich's notebooks contain reports of numerous "independent" UFO encounters during this ordinary launching.
Continuing the trend of tying now-dead space heroes to UFO studies, the magazine featured two separate interviews with contemporary experts concerning the role played by Sergey Korolev, the founder of the Soviet missile and space programs.
www.ufoevidence.org /documents/doc1527.htm   (2877 words)

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