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[update], 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.
- Myasishchev M-90 Air Ferry - very heavy multi-purpose transport project, not built.
- M-101 Gzhel/Duet and Duet business aircraft
- M-112 and M-150 cargo-passenger aircraft
- M-500 agricultural aircraft
- Space Adventures C-21
- Space Adventures M-55X
- M-4 "Bison" a strategic bomber.
- M-17 "Mystic-A" high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft
- M-18 supersonic bomber design
- M-44 aerospace vehicle project
- M-48 spaceplane project
- M-50 "Bounder" supersonic bomber
- M-55 "Mystic-B" high-altitude research and reconnaissance aircraft
- M-60 nuclear powered bomber project
- M-103 experimental heavy bomber
- M-200 Master military trainer project, not built.
- Buran program, cockpit
- Cosmopolis XXI suborbital craft
- VKA-23 spaceplane project
- RSS-40 Buran, nuclear cruise missile project
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