Kapustin Yar (Russian: Капустин Яр) is a Russian rocket launch and development site in Astrakhan Oblast, between Volgograd and Astrakhan.
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UFO hovers over Russian military base near nuclear test site of Kapustin Yar. Date: July 28, 1989 Location: Kapustin Yar, Russian Federation
Kapustin Yar 48.4 N 45.8 E. From 1966 to 1987 the USSR operated three launch sites: Baikonur in Kazakhstan and Plesetsk and Kapustin Yar in Russia.
Kapustin Yar. At the end of the Second World War a large number of captured Nazi scientists were transported back to Russia and enticed to work on developing rockets ...
LIKE SHARE SUBSCRIBE God Bless This show looks into that activities of Kapustin Yar -- a remote, top secret, military development and test facility in ...
Red Air Force Lieutenant, Mikhail Shulga, recalls trying to intercept a Canberra in his MiG fighter in the Kapustin Yar region, although the exact date is unknown.
Interlocutor: The next topic has been called, I don't know if it’s correct or not, “The Russian Roswell” I refer to Kapustin Yar, which is the real ...
This show looks into that activities of Kapustin Yar -- a remote, top secret, military development and test facility in Russia and said to be the former ...
The history of the 4th State Central Test Range (GTsP) at Kapustin Yar by Anatoly Zak