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Korolev's designs for Soviet rockets

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Korolev's designs for Soviet rockets. Hand-drawn rocket designs and notes by the Soviet engineer Sergei Korolev (1907-1966). Korolev's early career was involved with designing aircraft, before becoming involved with the early Soviet rocket society GIRD in the 1930s. He was imprisoned for six years during one of Stalin's purges, but was still allowed to work on rocket designs. He was released in 1944, and worked on ICBM (nuclear missiles). In 1953, he proposed the use of rockets for space travel, and in 1957 this led to the launch of Sputnik 1, the world's first artificial satellite. Korolev, as the chief Soviet rocket designer, worked on the Vostok and Voskhod spacecraft programs, and was working on plans for a Moon rocket at the time of his death.

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