Venera 3 exhibition display, 1967

Venera 3 exhibition display, 1967

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Caption: Venera 3 exhibition display. Venera 3 was an unmanned probe that was launched by the Soviet Union in 1965 to explore Venus, crash-landing there on 1 March 1966. This display is part of the space (Kosmos) pavilion at the Soviet national exhibition centre (All-Union Exhibition of People's Economic Achievements, VDNKh). This is now known as the All-Russia Exhibition Centre, and is located in Moscow, Russia. Photographed in 1967.

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