In the 1950s and 1960s, numerous atmospheric nuclear tests, including the most powerful nuclear explosion in world history, were done on the southwestern part of the North Island, near the South Island of Novaya Zemlya (Khalturin
et al., 2005).
The dynamite used in the attack had been smuggled into the palace in small batches by Stepan Khalturin
(1857-82), a member of the People's Will who posed as a carpenter and was hired as part of a construction crew working on the palace.
[d] Institute for Metals Superplasticity Problems, Russian Academy of Sciences, Khalturin
39, Ufa-450001, Russia
This information came from the meeting of Naryn region governor Amanbai Kaipov with Chairman of the Board of Directors of RusHydro Alexander Khalturin
and Chairman of the Board of the Upper Naryn Cascade Hydropower Plants CJSC Igor Gorbenko.
(73) Vitaly Khalturin
et al., "A Review of Nuclear Testing by
Tolstoi offers his more mature interpretation of terrorism in a remarkable diary entry on Stepan Khalturin
, the unsuccessful plotter against Alexander II in 1880, and the perpetrators of i March 1881 (Zheliabov and Kibal'chich), whose cunning finally killed the tsar.
The delegation includes Chairman of the Board of RusHydro Eugeny Dod, Minister of Energy of Kyrgyzstan Osmonbek Artykbaev, Chairman of the Board CJSC Upper Naryn Cascade Hydropower Plants Igor Gorbenko, Chairman of the Board of Directors of CJSC Upper Naryn Cascade Hydropower Plants Alexander Khalturin
, Director General of Electric Stations Salaidin Avazov.
, a seismologist at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory in Palisades, N.Y.
President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambaev, Chairman of the Board of RusHydro Eugeny Dod, Minister of Energy and Industry of Kyrgyzstan Osmonbek Artykbaev, Chairman of the Board of CJSC Upper Naryn Cascade Hydropower Plants Igor Gorbenko, Chairman of the Board of Directors of CJSC Upper Naryn Cascade Hydropower Plants Alexander Khalturin
, Electric Stations Director General Salaidin Avazov are expected to attend the ceremony.
In spite of the fact, however, that Hydra belongs to the phylogenetically oldest eumetazoan lineage, this or-ganism certainly is not a "living fossil"; its genome contains a rather unique combination of ancestral, novel (see Khalturin
et al., 2009), and "borrowed" (e.g., via horizontal gene transfer) genes, similar to the genomes of other animals.