The Salyut programme was the first space station programme undertaken by the
Soviet Union, which consisted of a series of four crewed scientific research ...
Salyut, any of a series of Soviet space stations (of two designs), launched
between 1971 and 1982, that served as living quarters and scientific laboratories
Jul 26, 2012 ... Salyut 1, the first space station, paved the way for future manned orbital platforms
Jul 9, 2016 ... Deorbited. Notes. Salyut-1 (Zarya). DOS-1. TsKBEM. April 19, 1971. 1. Oct. 11,
1971. The first crew docked but was not able to enter the station.
The Salyut name was later applied to both the DOS and Almaz stations, creating
the impression in the outside world that they were built by one designer.
There were two types: Almaz military stations and Salyut civilian stations. ...
Salyut 1, the first space station in history, reached orbit unmanned atop a Proton
Oct 7, 2014 ... The Salyut program was the Soviet Union's seven answers to Skylab. The first
Salyut launched in 1971, the last in 1982. The early models were ...
Sep 16, 2014 ... How two Cosmonauts battled extreme cold, darkness, and limited resources to
save Salyut 7.
An early series of Soviet space stations of which seven were launched over a
period of a decade beginning in 1971 with Salyut 1, the world's first space station.
Description of the Salyut 1 space station, its onboard equipment and its mission,
together with a detailed diary of onboard events.