Address : Republic Of Belarus, Gomel Region, Gomel City, 246030, 25 Mikhail Lomonosov
At the time being, the Akademik Lomonosov (named after the great Russian scientist Mikhail Lomonosov
) is at the forefront of this new trend, being the first in a planned series of unique mobile small power units.
Akademik Lomonosov - the first ship of this kind - was named for 18th century Russian scientist Mikhail Lomonosov
Akademik Lomonosov -- the first ship of this kind -- was named for 18 th century Russian scientist Mikhail Lomonosov
Akademik Lomonosov - the first ship of this kind - was named after the 18th century Russian scientist Mikhail Lomonosov
, said the statement.
(In 1925, it was renamed the Leningrad Lomonosov Porcelain Factory after the great 18th-century scientist Mikhail Lomonosov
.) Founded in 1744, it was the third of the European hard-paste porcelain factories after Meissen and Vienna and worked exclusively for the Imperial court to which it supplied dinner services for palaces and yachts and presentation pieces such as huge vases and figurines.
Later in 1754 Mikhail Lomonosov
has designed an axial impeller (figure 2.4) and in 1783 Bienvenue Launoy and a counter-model propeller (figure 2.5), based on the Chinese idea [4, 22], George Cayley designed a carriage convertaplane  which remained at the stage of idea due to the propulsion systems gauge which at that time were only available for steam locomotives (Figure 2.6).
Usitalo, The Invention of Mikhail Lomonosov
: A Russian National Myth (Boston: Academic Studies Press, 2013), 70-73.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Foreign components were used the production of Mikhail Lomonosov
scientific satellite, CEO of the satellite manufacturer - JSC VNIIEM Research and Production Corporation Leonid Makridenko told reporters on Wednesday.
Particle Physics at the Tercentenary of Mikhail Lomonosov
The invention of Mikhail Lomonosov
; a Russian national myth.
The great Russian 18th-century scientist Mikhail Lomonosov
has been widely credited with the discovery of Venus's atmosphere during the 1761 transit of Venus that he observed from St.