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Russian Empire airship Hawk
Dux Hawk
 
Russ-Hawk-01
 
The dirigible "Hawk" ("Yastreb"), designed by A.I. Shabskiy, was constructed in Russia in 1910 in Moscow by "Dooks" Ltd.
 
Russ-Hawk-03
 
At some point there were alterations. Differences include no annular insert in the shell, and a slightly different design of the stabilizer.
 
 Russ-hawk-04
 
Before WW1 in Russia there were 3 small non-rigid dirigible including the 1910 Jastreb (Hawk). These ships had arms, but were out-of-date. Their ceiling and speed did not meet the requirements, for a military dirigible. They were used for training.
 
Russ-Hawk-02
 

 

Volume: 2,700 cu.m
Length: 46 m
Width: 10 m
Max speed: 47 km/h
Engine: 1 x 63 hp
 
 
 
 
 


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