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Every dog’s dream vehicle. What is this?

Cracked by: username , Rogi , krudebox , raklodramA , dineshk , Thejas V R , Pawankumar Hegde , Manish Achuth , Vinayak , Raghuvansh , vinayaknp , shrik , udupendra , Rahulk , Nanda , KK , apar , v.chandrashekar , Sumanth Patlolla , nishansolo , Ananth , jowens , Bharath , Piyush , Mikey , byslexia , Anjul , Dibyo , mankuTimma and Shwetha Maiya

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Space vehicle used by Russians to carry dogs for sub-orbital and space vehicles


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  1. username
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    Original Soviet space dog environmentally controlled safety module used on sub-orbital and Orbital spaceflights


  2. Rogi
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    A fifties era, environmentally controlled safety module for Soviet space dogs.


  3. krudebox
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    Russian space dog box used on suborbital and orbital flights


  4. Original Soviet space dog environmentally controlled safety module used on sub-orbital and Orbital spaceflights


  5. dineshk
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    Soviet space dog box in which dogs like Laika went into orbit.


  6. Copy-paste from wiki:
    Original Soviet space dog environmentally controlled safety module


  7. Space vehicle used by Russians to carry dogs for sub-orbital and space vehicles


  8. Manish Achuth
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    Original Soviet space dog environmentally controlled safety module used on sub-orbital and Orbital spaceflights.


  9. Vinayak

    The capsule in which Laika was sent to space in Sputnik 2


  10. Raghuvansh
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    The controlled module used to carry Russian space dogs into the deep blue yonder.


  11. vinayaknp

    Capsule used in Sputnik 2 which had Laika


  12. shrik
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    Soviet space dog environmentally controlled safety module.


  13. udupendra
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    module in which some Russian dogs went to space. paapa!


  14. Rahulk
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    Original Soviet space dog environmentally controlled safety module used on sub-orbital and Orbital spaceflights


  15. Nanda

    The shuttle in which Laika was sent to space


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    Mailbox for the dog, which was mounted in the Soviet spacecraft flight into space.


  17. apar
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    Original russian space dog box used on suborbital and orbital flights.


  18. russian space dog safety module box


  19. Sumanth Patlolla
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    Russian Space Dog Box

    Original Soviet space dog environmentally controlled safety module used on sub-orbital and Orbital spaceflights.


  20. nishansolo

    Soviet Space Dog module


  21. Ananth
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    Russian module for dogs in spaceflights.


  22. jowens
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    The dog module on Soviet spacecraft.

    The best part of the Wikipedia article: “Bolik (Болик) ran away just days before her flight in September 1951. A replacement named ZIB (a Russian acronym for “Substitute for Missing Bolik”, “Замена исчезнувшему Болику” Zamena ischeznuvshemu Boliku), who was an untrained street dog found running around the barracks, was quickly located and made a successful flight.”)

    Great acronym.


  23. Bharath
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    Lift from wiki

    Original Soviet space dog environmentally controlled safety module used on sub-orbital and Orbital spaceflights


  24. Piyush

    Laika’s space module.


  25. Mikey

    that’s the Soviet canine space capsule for sub orbital and low orbit flight in the 50s and 60s


  26. byslexia

    Laika’s capsule on Sputnik 2


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    All signs point to Laika the dog’s space vehicle?


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    russian space dog box


  29. mankuTimma
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    Original Soviet space dog environmentally controlled safety module used on sub-orbital and Orbital spaceflights. Used by Laika the first dog to space..


  30. Russian space dog box

    Original Soviet space dog environmentally controlled safety module used on sub-orbital and Orbital spaceflights


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