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Sigmund Jähn
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Sigmund Werner Paul Jähn (born 13 February 1937) is a German pilot who became the first German to fly in space as part of the Soviet Union's Intercosmos program. Jähn was born in Morgenröthe-Rautenkranz, Vogtland, Germany. From 1943 to 1951 he attended school in his hometown, and after school trained as a printer.In 1955 he joined the (East) German Democratic Republic air force (the Luftstreitkräfte der NVA) where he became a pilot and military scientist. From 1966 1970 he studied at the Gagarin Military Air Academy in Monino, in the Soviet Union, and afterwards worked in the administration of the East German air force, responsible for pilot education and flight safety.

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Counteracting Urban Heat Island Effects in a Gl...
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Urban heat islands are a new type of microclimatic phenomenon that causes a significant increase in the temperature of cities compared to surrounding areas. The phenomenon has been enforced by the current trend towards climate change. Although experts consider urban heat islands an urgent European Union public health concern, there are too few policies that address it. The EU carried out a project to learn more about this phenomenon through pilot initiatives. The pilots included feasibility studies and strategies for appropriately altering planning rules and governance to tackle the problem of urban heat islands. The pilots were carried out in eight metropolitan areas: Bologna/Modena, Budapest, Ljubljana, Lodz, Prague, Stuttgart, Venice/Padova, and Vienna. The feasibility studies carried out in these pilot areas focused on the specific morphology of EU urban areas, which are often characterised by the presence of historical old towns.

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Sigizmund Levanevsky
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Sigizmund Aleksandrovich Levanevsky (Russian: , Polish: Zygmunt Lewoniewski) (May 15, 1902 - August 13, 1937) was a Soviet aircraft pilot of Polish origin and a Hero of the Soviet Union (1934). Sigizmund Levanevsky was born to a Polish family in St. Petersburg. His brother Józef Lewoniewski (1899-1933) was a Polish sports pilot. Sigizmund took part in the October Revolution on the Bolshevik side, later took part in the civil war in Russia, serving in the Red Army since 1918. In 1925 he graduated from the Sevastopol Naval Aviation School and became a military pilot. In 1930 he was withdrawn to reserve. Since 1933 he had been a pilot with the Glavsevmorput'' (Main Northern Maritime Route''s Administration) and had accomplished several long distance flights.

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Sigmund Jähn
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Sigmund Werner Paul Jähn (born 13 February 1937) is a German pilot who became the first German to fly in space as part of the Soviet Union's Intercosmos program. Jähn was born in Morgenröthe-Rautenkranz, Vogtland, Germany. From 1943 to 1951 he attended school in his hometown, and after school trained as a printer.In 1955 he joined the (East) German Democratic Republic air force (the Luftstreitkräfte der NVA) where he became a pilot and military scientist. From 1966 1970 he studied at the Gagarin Military Air Academy in Monino, in the Soviet Union, and afterwards worked in the administration of the East German air force, responsible for pilot education and flight safety.

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Counteracting Urban Heat Island Effects in a Gl...
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Urban heat islands are a new type of microclimatic phenomenon that causes a significant increase in the temperature of cities compared to surrounding areas. The phenomenon has been enforced by the current trend towards climate change. Although experts consider urban heat islands an urgent European Union public health concern, there are too few policies that address it. The EU carried out a project to learn more about this phenomenon through pilot initiatives. The pilots included feasibility studies and strategies for appropriately altering planning rules and governance to tackle the problem of urban heat islands. The pilots were carried out in eight metropolitan areas: Bologna/Modena, Budapest, Ljubljana, Lodz, Prague, Stuttgart, Venice/Padova, and Vienna. The feasibility studies carried out in these pilot areas focused on the specific morphology of EU urban areas, which are often characterised by the presence of historical old towns.

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Sergey Alexandrovich Volkov
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Sergei Aleksandrovich Volkov (Russian: , born April 1, 1973, in Chuhuiv, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union) is a Russian cosmonaut and is the first second-generation cosmonaut (and space walker), the son of cosmonaut Aleksandr Volkov. After graduating from the academy, Volkov served in the air force as an assistant aircraft commander. He has mastered the Aero L-29 and L-39, the Ilyushin Il-22, and the Tupolev Tu-134, and has also accumulated 450 flight hours. He is a Class 3 military pilot.

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Rafael Ivanovich Kapreliants
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rafael Ivanovich Kapreliants (Gabrielyan)(May 5, 1909, Baku - 1984, Moscow) was a Soviet Armenian first class pilot, Honorary test-pilot of USSR, a Hero of the Soviet Union (1975) and the holder of 10 world records for helicopters. Kapreliants was born in the family of Armenian doctor Hovnan Gabrielyan. He graduated from Leningrad Institute of engineers for the Civil Air Fleet (CAF) in 1932, and Bataysk pilot's school in 1934. He had flown on the air routes of the CAF before World War II, mastering practically all kinds of transport aircraft, that were being used in the USSR at the time. During the war, he was the second-in-command of the speicla forces airgroup, fulfilling tasks of the General Staff. During one of such flights, he landed poorly as a result of acute icing and was taken as a POW by the Nazis, but he managed to escape and found himself among partisans. After his return to the Soviet Union, he was appointed as the commander of the 89th bomber regiment. His regiment represented the long-range aviation at the Victory Parade on the June 24, 1945.

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Marvel Black Widow Red Guardian Pop! Vinyl Figure
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The all new Marvel Funko Pop! Vinyl's are here! Red Guardian is here to join your collection! This will be my legacy -- a new, united empire, rising from the ashes of these islands… - Red Guardian Red Guardian A.K.A Alexei Shostakov, was once an acclaimed pilot in the Soviet Union - Sharing a complicated, peculiar relationship with Natasha Romanoff. Figure measures about 3 3/4 inches tall and comes packaged in a window display box, please note images shown are artwork and final product produced may vary.

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Rafael Ivanovich Kapreliants
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rafael Ivanovich Kapreliants (Gabrielyan)(May 5, 1909, Baku - 1984, Moscow) was a Soviet Armenian first class pilot, Honorary test-pilot of USSR, a Hero of the Soviet Union (1975) and the holder of 10 world records for helicopters. Kapreliants was born in the family of Armenian doctor Hovnan Gabrielyan. He graduated from Leningrad Institute of engineers for the Civil Air Fleet (CAF) in 1932, and Bataysk pilot's school in 1934. He had flown on the air routes of the CAF before World War II, mastering practically all kinds of transport aircraft, that were being used in the USSR at the time. During the war, he was the second-in-command of the speicla forces airgroup, fulfilling tasks of the General Staff. During one of such flights, he landed poorly as a result of acute icing and was taken as a POW by the Nazis, but he managed to escape and found himself among partisans. After his return to the Soviet Union, he was appointed as the commander of the 89th bomber regiment. His regiment represented the long-range aviation at the Victory Parade on the June 24, 1945.

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