Flight control centre at the Korolev Centre.
One of the many displays on the walls showing all the Soviet space flights.
This one includes the British cosmonaut - Helen Sharman.
Remember the old cosmonaut we met at Star City? - well here he is on this
display - Viktor Afanasev on the Soyuz TM-11 trip to MIR.
Korolev Space Corporation 'Energia'
Museum of Rocket-Space Engineering
Display of medals and honours in the entrance foyer.
A view down the long hall with a portrait of Korolev at the far end.
Looking down from the balcony at the Apollo-Soyuz display.
Full size Salyut spacecraft.
'Progress' capsule at left, 'Zenit' at right (I think!).
The thing that started it all - Yuri Gagarin and the 'Vostok-1' capsule.
Model of the full-stack 'Energia' rocket and the 'Buran'.
MiG OKB Museum
Old Soviet-style mural in the entrance to the MiG museum.
Another mural - this time depicting the birthplace of Soviet aviation -
Khodynski Pole, now the in the Moscow suburbs and called Khodynka.
One of the many models on display - a Polikarpov I-5 fighter.
Another Polikarpov model - the famous I-16.
Model of an early MiG-21.