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    The Research Expedition Vessel «Akademik Tryoshnikov»
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    The new flagship of Russia’s research expedition fleet is currently being readied for trial runs, the first trip is scheduled for December 2012.

    The new flagship of Russia’s research expedition fleet is currently being readied for trial runs, the first trip is scheduled for December 2012.
    The vessel will be even more advanced and dependable than its predecessor, the research vessel «Akademik Fyodorov»

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