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A History of Space Travel, An Art Print Mapping Over 400 Crewed Space Missions From 1961 to Present

(larger) A History of Space Travel is an art print by Pop Chart Lab that "maps over 400 crewed space missions from 1961 to present." It includes

Suit up for Bonhams' Space Race collectibles auction

​​If you've just realized that your wardrobe is lacking a spacesuit, fear not. On July 20, Bonhams is holding its eighth annual Space History auction in New York City, which will feature not one, but two near-complete spacesuits.

Space Race – NASA – 2046 Print Shop

Sizes: 18″x24″ and 12″x16″ Open Edition Art Print Archival Quality Ink Jet print – Because this artwork is printed when ordered please allow 3-5 days for product to ship. Framing Options

In the 1960s, the space race was a two-party sprint between the U.S. and the Soviet Union. But this time around the U.S. finds itself in a bigger, multifront competition with private companies and international powers, most critically China.

In the 1960s, the U.S. competed with the Soviet Union to touch the moon. Now, it's in a fight with multiple countries and billionaires.

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Bonham's Space History auction-First robotic probe to land on the moon, Luna 16 Model est. $2-3,500

To celebrate the 47th anniversary of the first time man landed on the moon, astronauts, cosmonauts and rocket engineers of the great space race are having a giant yard sale next month– also known as the Bonhams annual Space History Auction. Even if I wasn’t the type of kid that went to space camp and I…

#Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin becomes the first human to enter #Space and orbit the #Earth, helping boost the Soviet space program and intensify the space race with the United States.

Yuri Gagarin Image: Russian Institute of Radionavigation and Time 1961: Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin becomes the first human to enter space and orbit the Earth, helping boost the Soviet space program and intensify the space race with the United States. The diminutive Gagarin, who stood a mere 5-foot-2, appeared ready to pursue a career as an […]