Sputnik-2 or: Laika, our hero
Modified cannon finally revealed on Russian television
Human habitation is more devastating to animals than nuclear fallout
In 1962, Korabl-Sputnik 1 landed smack in the middle of a main street in Wisconsin
Siegfried Hecker spent more than a decade securing a nuclear test site the size of New Jersey.
Missile trains, atomic planes, orbiting H-bombs and more hypothetical Cold War technologies cooked up by the United States and the...
Russia’s oil reserves have given the nation considerable political muscle, but Russian leaders also want to resurrect some scientific grandeur....
Could the Cold War be heating and lighting your home? If you are one of many Americans whose life is...
Tucked away in one of the Web's dark corners, the Soviet Union continues to thrive as an internationally recognized entity.
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