Korolevgrad, named after the great Russian rocket engineer and designer, S.P. Korolev, is the Soviet Union's foothold on Mars. Though slightly smaller than Port Lowell, the Soviet base features a unique architecture and structures built into the hills which surround it. Like the newly reworked Port Lowell, Korolevgrad features a large hangar to shelter spacecraft during Martian planetary dust storms.
Korolevgrad appears only after MJD 52215.
|The World of 2001|
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Surface bases: Aberporth | Baikonur | Brest | Canberra | Cape Canaveral | Clavius Base | Cuxhaven | Hainan | Kadena AB | Korolevgrad | Lunar Observatory | Moscow | Phobos Base | Port Lowell | Prime Base | Serenitatis Base | Tchalinko | Tranquility Museum | Tycho | Washington