Authentic/Flown  Soyuz Spacecraft Window Assembly
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This is an actual Window from
a Russian Soyuz Spacecraft.

It is an authentic piece
of Russian Space History.

The window was removed from one of the flown Soyuz TM space capsules. There is no need for the guessing of it's authenticity here: the outer frame heat shield protection layer is burnt in places where it is was secured by the metal bolts which goes all the way to the outside of the capsule and exposed to high temperatures during re-entry. 


Here are side views of the Window Assembly.

The frame is made from a Titanium alloy.
The entire window assembly weighs approx. 25lbs.

Here is a
Soyuz TM capsule
right after landing. 

The two rescue crew members are using a special wrench to open the capsule and allow returning cosmonauts to exit the spacecraft.

This photo is of a flown Soyuz TM-10 capsule which is now on display at the Smithsonian Institute's Space Museum.

   You can see the window with the same burnt places on the outer heat protection shields.

Here is a close up view of the window on a flown Soyuz TM Space Capsule. Notice the scaring on the outer surface of the craft. It is caused by the extreme high temperatures that the ship is subjected to during re-entry into the Earths atmosphere.

Click Here for more info
on the Soyuz Spacecraft.

Here is our
Soyuz Window
on display at the
Museum of Discovery & Science in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

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