Category:Soyuz (spacecraft)

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Soyuz spacecraft (CGI) seen in Gravity.

Soyuz are a series of spacecraft initially designed for the Soviet space programme by the Korolyov Design Bureau in the 1960s, and still in service today. It consists of multiple modules designed for different phases of flight. The Soyuz spacecraft is launched by a Soyuz rocket and is considered the world's safest and most efficient spaceflight system. Since its first launch in 1966, multiple variations of the spacecraft have been used, improved over time to utilise the latest technology.

This page lists all productions that feature a variation of the Soyuz spacecraft.

See also

Pages in category "Soyuz (spacecraft)"

The following 9 pages are in this category, out of 9 total.