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English: A diagram of the Soviet/Russian space station Mir following the arrival of the Priroda module and the deployment of new solar arrays on Kvant-1 at the end of May 1996, shown with a docked Progress spacecraft and Soyuz spacecraft.
Deutsch: Module der Raumstation Mir.
Français : Diagramme de la station Mir.
Slovenčina: Vesmírna stanica Mir.
Română: Schema stației Mir.
Русский: Блоки станции «Мир»
Date 9 September 2010
Source Based on a diagram taken from page 53 of NASA's Mir Mission Chronicle and the original NASA diagram at File:Mir module.jpg.
Author Orionist
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