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The Soyuz rocket is designed by the former USSR and Russia, for cargo hauling and carrying the Soyuz spacecraft. It can be assembled as follows to carry the LOK payload:

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  1. Soyuz First Stage
  2. Soyuz 2nd Stage
  3. LOK Service Module
  4. LOK Crew Capsule
  5. LOK Docking Module
  6. LOK Fairing
  7. N1 Escape Tower


  • This rocket's original design (the R-7/Vostok, which can be semi-accurately recreated by removing the second stage) was used to launch the first satellite into orbit, Sputnik 1. Later, it also brought the first man into space, Yuri Gagarin.
  • The spacecraft is erroneously referred in Space Agency as LOK. Actually, the LOK was a variant of the Soyuz which lacked solar panels and would be used on the Soviet crewed lunar missions which were cancelled following the four failed launches of the N1.
  • The first version designed by the soviets were to be used as ICBMs (Inter Continental Ballistic Missiles). They were later refitted for more peaceful purposes.
  • The total cost of assembling the Soyuz is $17,625,000.
  • There are 5 varieties of the rocket. Its official name is the R-7 Semyorka, literally "The 7". The one used here is the Soyuz variant.
  • 1st: Test Vehicle - Soyuz 1st + Soyuz 2nd + Fairing Aero
  • 2nd: Sputnik (First Satellite) - Soyuz 1st + Tug (Small) + Seismometer Experiment + Fairing Standard
  • 3rd: Vostok (Launched Yuri Gagarin) - Soyuz 1st + Soyuz 2nd + Connector Small to Small + Tug Module Heavy + Gemini Service Module + LOK crew capsule + Saturn V Fairing + Launch Escape Tower
  • 4th: Voskhod - Soyuz 1st and 2nd + Small Connector + Small Tug + Payload + LOK Fairing
  • 5th: Soyuz [This One]

    The Soyuz launching a crew to the ISS

    The LOK craft, assembled in the build menu.

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