not sure which of you handles Space craft so I raised it as a new topic and you can fight for it between you! :)
I've pulled data from several sources and summarised it below. Two of these are in the database already. others are not. All details and sources below.
1M-0.01 . . .OK-M . . . . . . . . . .for static tests........ Exhibit in Gorky Park in 1993 then moved to Economic Achievements Exhibition, Moscow, in July 2014.
2M-0.02 . . .OK-GLI or BTS-002 . flight tests . . . . . made 24 flights at Zhukovski. Registered CCCP-3501002 Displayed at Sydney 22Feb00-15Nov01. Stored Bahrain port 2002 to 04Mar08. Preserved Speyer Technik Museum
3M-0.03 . . . OK-KS . . . . . . . . .for electrical tests . . . taken to Kaliningrad then stored Energiya building, Moscow.
4MT-0.04 . . OK-MT . . . . . . . .for technical tests . . . Reregistered OK-ML2 and relocated to Baikonur. Stored MZK Baikonur
5M-0.05 . . . OK-TVA . . . . . . thermal/vibration tests . .after tests, moved to Zhukovsky. Left wing only used for OK-M on display at Gorky Park.
6M-0.06 . . . .OK-TVI . . . . . . thermal/vacuum tests . . after tests, fuselage located at NIIKhimMash, Moscow.
7M-0.15 . . . OK-ML1 . . . . . .static and tech tests. . transported to Baikonur. Stored at Baikonur since 1997.
8M-0.08 . . . none . . . . . . . . .cabin section only. Used for medical tests. Located at Clinical Hospital 29 in Moscow.
1K-1.01 . . . . OK-1K named“Buran” . . for space flight . . One flight, orbited earth twice, 15Nov88. Stored Baikonur, destroyed 12May02 when hangar collapsed.
2K-1.02 . . . . OK-2K named “Burya” . . for space flight . . 95-97% complete, nicknamed “Ptichka“ Stored MZK Building, Baikonur
3K-2.01 . . . .OK-3K . . . . . . . for space flight around 30-50% completed. Stored Tushino, Moscow, then to Zhukovaki,
4K-2.02 . . . . OK-4K . . . . . . .for space flight only 10-20% completed, dismantled. Some parts stored at TMZ, Tushino, Moscow
5K-2.03 . . . . OK-5K . . . . . . .for space flight. . .never completed; dismantled 1995 at TMZ. Tushino, Moscow
2M-0.02 and 5M-0.05 are already in the database. Others are not.
OK-ML1 has also been reported as a OK-M re-registered but it appears to be a separate airframe.
Have completed this for you.
Kind regards, Brian
Thanks a million for that.
Two were already listed - 2M-0.02 and 5M-0.05 so these are now duped (one as Buran and the other as Buran-Spacecraft).
shall I delete my log against them so you can delete the dupes?
Also 2M-0.02 did carry the registration CCCP-3501002, it actually did fly. Should that registration be allocated against it too?
I can't seem them duped. I've checked by 'registration' and under the airline 'Soviet Union' and can only see Buran-Spacecraft listed).
I pulled up the two original Buran records and amended them accordingly, and I've also added the civil reg before it went to the museum for you.
Perhaps if you delete your sightings against the 'Buran' and then search for the reg's and put them in against the 'Buran-Spacecraft' that may clear it up.
I've noticed when I see my sightings against a record entered as '707-KC-A' that I've amended in the DB to read KC-135A etc., it still shows as 707 KC-A in my listing, but you can edit the type when you go in and edit your record. I guess the system keeps it as what it was when you first put your sighting against it!
Kind regards, Brian
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