A little more than a month ago I returned from a trip to the heart of the main space harbor of this country: the Baikonur Cosmodrome.
The first airplane was located exactly at the spot indicated by the satellite map positioning data.
This small lab (as it later turned out, it used to research soil and forest problems) is part of one of the forestry management institutions.
The galleries are stretched on long distances, crossing and overlapping with each other.
Well, the abandoned high-rise building of one of the special purpose research institutes of the Moscow region is in front of us.
On top of St. Michael Hill near the city of Anadyr, a number of huge non-operational antennas are towering.
This is an absolutely non-typical site with a strange and sad history.
This is a recently closed factory that used to manufacture ceramic, porcelain and gypsum items.