Yahoo Web Search

  1. About 4 search results
  1. On 29 January 2013, the Sindhurakshak began shipment to India from Severodvinsk, Russia after repairs. On 14 August 2013, there was an explosion and fire on the Sindhurakshak suspected to have occurred from the munitions onboard - killing 3 officers and 15 sailors at the Indian Navy's Dockyard at Mumbai Port.

  2. Dec 25, 2021 · "On 9 August 2019, the Russian nuclear energy agency Rosatom confirmed a release of radioactivity at the State Central Navy Testing Range at Nyonoksa near Severodvinsk in northern Russia and stated it was linked to an accident involving the test of an 'isotope power source for a liquid-fuelled rocket engine'.

  3. The only submarine of the class built to the original Project 627 design. Construction began at SEVMASH Shipyard, Severodvinsk, in June 1954. The keel was laid on 24 September 1955. Launched on 9 August 1957. First underway on nuclear power 4 June 1958. 17 January 1959 the unit was given to the Navy for experimental use.

  4. Dec 18, 2021 · The fire was assigned the 4th rank. On the eve of the evening, reports began to appear about a fire that had arisen at one of the shipyards in Russia. This is the Severnaya Verf enterprise located in St. Petersburg.

  1. Searches related to severodvinsk explosion update

    severodvinsk explosion update today