Lunik


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Lunik

(ˈluːnɪk)
n
(Astronautics) another name for Luna2
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| 1959: Lunik III took the first pictures of the far side of the moon.
WHEN did Russia's Lunik III first send back pictures of the dark side of the moon?
Since then, they spread to other localities as well, one of which is KoA!ice's infamous neighbourhood Lunik IX, which has the highest density of Roma inhabitants in Slovakia.
Ciani, O., Arendsen, E., Romancik, M., Lunik, R., Costantini, E., Di Biase, M., ...
1959: Soviet probe Lunik III took the first pictures of the far side of the Moon.
In the Lunik IX neighborhood of Kosice, one of Slovakia's largest marginalized Romani communities, the municipality has demolished several large apartment buildings, forcing more than 200 people to seek shelter in an improvised settlement in a nearby forest.
We (lunik Elodie Barnaud and Su-phanie Proust for their technical assistance.
Meanwhile, another report named The Kidnapping of the Lunik revealed how American operatives stole a Soviet space capsule called the Lunik during a Soviet exhibition tour, and returned it later after gathering intelligence on Soviet space capability, the report said.
1959: Science first LUNIK III TOOK the first pictures of the far side of the moon.
The Russian Lunik 3's first pictures of the far side of the Moon were quickly on the air, and when Lunik 4 missed the Moon by 8 000 km and all the British astronomers delegated to watch it were defeated by bad weather, Moore had "one of my first experiences of what is known in broadcasting jargon as padding".