The Inside of the Caspian Sea Monster – drone images show Soviet-era flying machine – Daily Mail

What is a Lun-class ekranoplan? The machine started running in the landlocked sea between

Iran and the Soviet Union in 1966, earning its nickname as the’Caspian Sea Monster’. A brand-new effort was made in December 2020 and the gigantic vessel was moved 30 metres from the sea.

What is a Lun-class ekranoplan? Images of the beast’s interior reveal complex-looking switch screens, controls, and boards, which have seen much better days. The device started operating in the landlocked sea between

Iran and the Soviet Union in 1966, earning its nickname as the’Caspian Sea Monster’. The massive maker was dragged across the Caspian Sea from the Russian

Navy’s base in Kaspiysk to Derbent with rubber armies, three tugboats and two escort ships.It wrongly ran aground on a beach just south of the

city of Derbent in July, and was secured by the managing group for five months before it might complete its journey. A new effort was made in December 2020 and the colossal vessel was moved 30 metres from the sea.

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