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97/3/5-3 Granat-6 survival kit, Soyuz TM-9, nylon/plastic/metal, Zvezda, USSR, 1989. Click to enlarge.

Granat-6 survival kit, Soyuz TM-9, nylon/plastic/metal, Zvezda, USSR, 1989

Made 1989

Granat-6 survival kit used on Soyuz TM-9, consisting of three separate containers, water container, first aid/mess kit and supplies, all are in orange nylon covers with straps and cords attached, Zvezda, USSR, 1989 .

Summary

Object No.

97/3/5-3

Object Statement

Granat-6 survival kit, Soyuz TM-9, nylon/plastic/metal, Zvezda, USSR, 1989

Physical Description

Granat-6 survival kit used on Soyuz TM-9, consisting of three separate containers, water container, first aid/mess kit and supplies, all are in orange nylon covers with straps and cords attached, Zvezda, USSR, 1989 .

Production

Made

1989

Cite this Object

Harvard

Granat-6 survival kit, Soyuz TM-9, nylon/plastic/metal, Zvezda, USSR, 1989 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 23 September 2019, <https://ma.as/158098>

Wikipedia

{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/158098 |title=Granat-6 survival kit, Soyuz TM-9, nylon/plastic/metal, Zvezda, USSR, 1989 |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=23 September 2019 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}
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