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Figure 3-12. Kristall module. Kristall joined Mir in 1990. It carries two APAS-89 docking units (left).

Kristall (figure 3-12) referred to as the T-module (Teknologia module) or Kvant 3 prior to launch.

Date March 1995
Source Mir Hardware Heritage. NASA Reference Publication 1357 (March 1995).
Author David S. F. Portree / NASA


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