Salyut Space Station
Salyut space station has been launched by Russia in 1971.
Salyut space station has been divided into three sections.
It had three working compartments: a small-diameter working area, a large-diameter working area, and an airlock transfer and docking component. The two working areas provided room and equipment for dining, recreation, control stations, food and water storage, hygiene, exercise, and science experiments. A round opening on top of the large working area had sensors for studying micrometeoroids in the Earth's vicinity.
The various salyut missions launched were