Soviet ship Kosmonavt Vladimir Komarov

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Space control-monitoring ship "Kosmonaut Vladimir Komarov" in 1989.png
Class overview
Built: 1966
In service: 1967-1989
Completed: 1
Retired: 1
History
Soviet Union
Name:
  • 1966-1967: Genichesk
  • 1967-1989 Kosmonavt Vladimir Komarov
Completed: 1966
Decommissioned: 1989
Identification:IMO number6707404
Fate: Scrapped
General characteristics
Displacement: 17,850 t
Length: 155.7 m
Beam: 23.3 m
Draught: 8.8 m
Propulsion: 1 x Bryansk BMZ Diesel
Speed: 17 kn
Crew: 240

Kosmonavt Vladimir Komarov was a satellite tracking ship of the Soviet Union.

It was named after Vladimir Mikhaylovich Komarov, the cosmonaut who died on Soyuz 1.

It was built as an ordinary cargo ship in 1966 and converted in Leningrad in 1967.

It was decommissioned in 1989.

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