Shuttle-Mir History/Background/More on Soviet/Russian Spacecraft

Mission Control Center, Kaliningrad, Russia

Mission Control Center - Moscow

During Shuttle-Mir, the Russian Space Agency (RSA) had three control rooms in a single complex in Kaliningrad. MCC-M could process data from up to ten spacecraft, although each control room was dedicated to a single program: one to Mir; one to Soyuz; and one to the Russian "space shuttle," Buran.

Flight control people were organized into teams, similar to NASA's system at MCC-Houston:

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