• The Arktika class is a Russian (formerly Soviet) class of nuclear-powered icebreakers. Formerly known as Project 10520 nuclear-powered icebreaker, they...
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  • nuclear-powered icebreakers is as much as 21 kn (39 km/h; 24 mph). Russian Arktika-class icebreakers are used to force through the ice for the benefit of...
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  • Arktika (Russian: Арктика, tr. Arctic, IPA: [ˈarktʲɪkə]) is a Russian nuclear-powered icebreaker built by Baltic Shipyard in Saint Petersburg. It is the...
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  • series of Russian nuclear-powered icebreakers. The lead ship of the class, Arktika, was delivered in 2020 and surpassed the preceding Soviet-built series...
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  • Arktika (Russian: А́рктика, IPA: [ˈarktʲɪkə]; literally: Arctic) is a retired nuclear-powered icebreaker of the Soviet (now Russian) Arktika class. In...
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    dark asteroid Arktika (1972 nuclear icebreaker) Arktika-class icebreakers, a class of Soviet and later Russian nuclear icebreakers Arktika (2016 nuclear...
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    Two ships have been named Arktika, Russian for the Arctic: Arktika (1972 icebreaker), the lead ship of Russian Arktika-class icebreakers, launched in 1972...
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  • Arktika 2007 (Russian: Российская полярная экспедиция "Арктика-2007") was a 2007 expedition in which Russia performed the first ever crewed descent to...
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  • Sedov Badygin Wiese USS Nautilus USS Skate Plaisted Herbert NS Arktika Barneo Arktika 2007 Mir submersibles Sagalevich Chilingarov Iceland Greenland Pytheas...
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  • 500 ton Arktika class of six vessels, launched beginning in 1975. These vessels have two reactors and are used in deep Arctic waters. NS Arktika was the...
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