2.03 (Buran-class spacecraft)

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Country Soviet Union
Status dismantled
Time spent in space none

2.03 is the designation of the fifth[1] Soviet/Russian space shuttle orbiter to be produced as part of the Buran programme. It carried the GRAU index serial number "11F35 K5" and is - depending on the source - also known as "OK-2K3", "Orbiter K5", "OK 2.03" or "Shuttle 2.03". It was never officially named.

2.03 was a second series shuttle orbiter, as shown by the '2' in its number. Construction of 2.03 was barely underway[2] when the entire Soviet shuttle program was halted in 1993, and as what parts of it had been built were dismantled shortly afterwards. Nothing remained of it by 1995.


  1. ^ "Buran Built models OK-2.03". www.buran-energia.com.
  2. ^ Group, k26 Design. "Space Buran 2.03". www.k26.com.

See also

External links

  • 2.03 orbiter
  • 2.03 current status

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