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Industry Aerospace
Founded 1951; 67 years ago (1951)
Headquarters Moscow, Russia
Products Aircraft
Parent United Aircraft Corporation

V. M. Myasishchev Experimental Design Bureau (Экспери­мен­тальный Машин­ост­роительный Завод им. В. М. Мясищева) or OKB-23, founded in 1951 by Vladimir Myasishchev) was one of the chief Soviet aerospace design bureaus until its dissolution in 1960. Vladimir Myasishchev went on to head TsAGI. In 1967, Myasishchev left TsAGI and recreated his bureau, which still exists to this day. The bureau prefix was "M." As of 2003, its workforce is estimated at approx­imately one thousand. Myasishchev and NPO Molniya intend to use the V-MT or M-55 as launch vehicle for sub-orbital spaceflight.[1]

In July 2014, the merger of Myasishchev and Ilyushin to create a single modern production complex was announced by the Board of Directors of OAO Il.[2][3]


Myasishchev M-50





  1. ^ "Russian Companies Design Space Tour Plane" Space Travel, 31 August 2012. Retrieved: 6 September 2012.
  2. ^ "Интеграция ОАО «Ил» и ОАО «ЭМЗ им. В.М. Мясищева»". ПАО «Ил» ( ("Integration of JSC "IL" and JSC "EMZ" named after VM Myasishchev"). 3 July 2014. 
  3. ^ "ОАО «Ил» и ОАО «ЭМЗ им. В.М. Мясищева»: курс на интеграцию". ПАО «Ил» ( ("JSC "IL" and OAO "EMZ" named after VM Myasishchev: a course on integration"). 25 July 2014. 

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