Angarsk, Archangel, Baku, Baranovichi, Chekhov, Dzhezkazgan, Dzhusaly, Irkutsk, Kaliningrad, Kapustin Yar, Kolpashevo, Komsomolsk-na-Amure, Krasnoyarsk, Leninsk, Lyaki, Medvezhiy Ozera, Minsk, Mishelcvka, Moscow, Mukachevo, Naro-Fomiask, Nikolayev, Novosibirsk, Olenegorsk, Pechora, Petropavlovsk-K, Plesetsk, Pushkino, Sary-Shagan, Sevastopol, Simeiz, Simferopol, Skruada, Tarusa (interkosmos), Tbilisi, Tselinograd, Tyuratam, Ulan-Bator, Ulan-Ude, Ussuriysk, Vladivostok, Yevpatonya (deep space), Zvenigorod. At least 1 IL-18 Space Tracking aircraft.
OTHR (Over-The-Horizon-Radar) at Minsk, Nikolayev and Komsomolak-na-Amure for spacecraft tracking.
The main optical tracking site is in Zvenigorod. In 1985, the 'worlds largest' tracking camera was installed there, weighing 25000 kg. and focal length 75 cm.. Two other stations are in Ulan-Bator, Mongolia. A school on laser range finding was establiched at the tracking station in Crimea, and laser range finders were installed in Latvia, Czechoslovakia, Bolivia, Cuba, Egypt, Poland, and agreement was made in 1988 for stations in Angola, Ecudaor, India, Mozambique, Vietnam for Interkosmos use. 14 stations were in use in 1981.
[ Henk HF Smid, Soviet Space Command & Control, Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, Vol 44, No 11, Nov, 1991, pp. 525]
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