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Russia will come up with its latest space achievements at EXPO 2005
Russia will come up with its latest space achievements at EXPO 2005, Vladimir Strashko, Russian exposition Commissioner General, said to Novosti. He is in Japan for a second Commissioner Generals' session of EXPO exhibitor countries, which is gathering in Nagoya tomorrow. Mottoed, Noospheric Harmony, the Russian exposition will have five sections. The Russian Wealth will give a glimpse of forests, water resources and mineral deposits. Man and Space offers trailblazing technologies and space effort blueprints, and A Culture Mosaic, a millennial retrospect. Man and Elements demonstrates pioneer emergency forecast and relief knowhow, and rescue technologies. Last but not least, Energy shows a variety of power sources-in particular, latter-day hydrogen technologies. The Man and Space section will certainly come as the greatest public attraction. Spectacular among the exhibits will be a replica of the C XXI, the world's first reusable tourist spacecraft to carry two passengers and a 300 kilogram cargo on an orbit 200 kilometres high. Of no smaller interest will be a reusable one-stage space system. Its breakthrough hydrogen engine-brainchild of the Moscow-based Tupolev R&D bureau-leaves no polluting combustion products and discarded stage debris. Sightseers will be welcome to enter the life-size dummy and get to the controls of an imitation device to be made for the EXPO
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