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'''[[Valentin Glushko]]''' ({{lang-uk|Валентин Петрович Глушко}}; {{lang-ru|Валентин Петрович Глушко}}) (born [[September 2]], [[1908]]; died [[January 10]], [[1989]]) was a [[Soviet Union|Soviet]] engineer of [[Ukraine|Ukrainian]] descent, and one of the three principal Soviet "Chief Designers" of spacecraft and rockets during the Soviet/American [[Space Race]]. Engines of his [[RD-107]] design were used to launch the first artificial satellite, [[Sputnik 1]]. He also designed the powerful [[RD-170]] liquid-propellant engine, modern variants of which are currently used on the [[Zenit rocket]] and [[Atlas V]], and another variant is planned for the [[Angara rocket]] currently under development.
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