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Posted 12/02/2020   11:19 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add magnus_z to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
North Korea, 1980 The Conqueror of the Universe, souvenir sheet 1

MNH perf. 11 3/4 : 11 1/2 and 11 3/4 : 12
CTO perf. 11 3/4 : 11 1/2 and 11 3/4 : 12
Scott: "Many North Korean issues from 1976-on were also issued imperforate. These imperfs were issued for sale for hard currency, mostly to overseas collectors, and were not valid for postage."

Perf 11 3/4 : 11 1/2



Perf 11 3/4 : 12

















Specimen fraud


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North Korea, 1980 The Conqueror of the Universe, souvenir sheet 2
CTO perf. and imperf

















Specimen fraud




Laser printer, yellow dots

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Posted 12/03/2020   02:20 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add magnus_z to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
North Korea, 1980 The Conqueror of the Universe, FDC
Oficial FDC (2 out of 6. Rare)




Informatiom from oficial FDC

FDC fraud




Special postmark



Special postmark fraud

Top: postmark. Bottom: postmark fraud
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Cuba, 1964
Stamp sheets




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Posted 12/04/2020   09:29 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add magnus_z to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Czechoslovakia, 1963

USSR project 1958 - space rocket with nuclear stage (Perelman R. Nuclear engines. - M.: Znanie, 1958)



Cuba, 1964
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North Korea 1976, souvenir sheet
Size 84x104 mm, only imperf., without glue, without black number

Size 77x98 mm, perf and imperf., with glue, with black number
Perf (black number # 31, white star in the upper left corner)

Perf (black number # 8563, blue star in the upper left corner)

Error perf (black number # 8573)


Imperf (black number # 4, white star in the upper left corner)

Imperf (black number # 6666, blue star in the upper left corner)

One black ink

Two black ink

CTO size 84x104 mm, only imperf., without glue, without black number
Uncut pair CTO

Problem with dampening solution in offset printing machine

Specimen fraud

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Posted 12/13/2020   04:50 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add magnus_z to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Soviet telecommunications satellite in the future

Czechoslovakia, 1962

Cuba. 1964

- Nikolay Grishin, 1956 (Radio (USSR). - 1956. - # 6)
- Frantisek Hudecek, 1962
- Joaquín Díaz and Leandro Contreras, 1964
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USSR, 1957 - "October 4, 1957 The world's first artificial Earth satellite"


USSR, 1957 - "100th anniversary of the birth of Konstantin Tsiolkovsky"

- Leslie Carr, based on a drawing by R. A. Smith, 1951 - "Automatic rocket surveying Mars" (Clarke Arthur C. The Exploration of Space. London: Temple Press, 1951)
- Nikolay Grishin, 1956 - Telecommunications satellite in the future (Radio (USSR). - 1956. - # 6)
- Yuri Grzhkevich, 1957





- Florenty Rabiza, 1950s (Rabiza F. Space at your home. - Moscow: Det. lit., 1978)
- Konstantin Artseulov and Florenty Rabiza, 1954 (Tekhnika-Molodezhi. - 1954. - # 7)
- Yuri Grzhkevich, 1957



Cuba, 1977
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Mali, 1997 "Star Wars"
Perf and imperf
Michel # 1946-1972
Scott # 931-933
Lollini: "Timbres saisis et stock detruite a la demande des films Georges Lucas par decision judiciaire"
Stamp sheets



Cover 1998:


Stamp sheets fraud



Stamp and stamp fraud:







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Posted 12/17/2020   11:24 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add magnus_z to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Khmer Republic, 1974



George Marshall Space Flight Center, Jan 20, 1965
NERVA (Nuclear Engine for Rocket Vehicle Application): Nuclear staging of multiple engine concept for a manned Mars mission
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Posted 12/17/2020   11:28 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add MrEd to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
magnus

I wonder if anyone will ever accuse you of liking space on stamps. Awesome material in here. Thank you so much
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Posted 01/01/2021   08:57 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add magnus_z to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Uruguay, 1977



NASA press photo, November 17, 1970 (70-H–1477, 70-HC–1055):
"Washington -- Nuclear rocket space station
Looking to the future, National Aeronautics and Space Administration may someday use teleoperator to repait or inspect nuclear powered craft in space".

Corliss W., Schwenk F. Nuclear Propulsion for Space. – Tennessee: USAEC, 1971:
"The cover shows a reusable nuclear stage, powered by the NERVA engine, leaving an earth orbit on a round-trip mission to the moon. The NERVA engine "fires" at least four times on this mission: To leave earth orbit, to go into orbit around the moon, to leave the moon, and to return to orbit around earth. This stage was delivered to orbit, where it was assembled, and refueled by multiple flights of the two stage space shuttle. To provide sufficient payload to support a lunar station, the nuclear stage carries 150 tons of liquid hydrogen in eight tanks. After the stage returns to earth orbit, it will be refueled, repaired, if needed, and checked-out for additional missions to the moon, to synchronous orbit, or to interplanetary space".

Special postmark - Astrophilately day:
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Posted 01/01/2021   11:32 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add magnus_z to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Guinea-Bissau, 2012 (Michel # 4602). Tsiolkovsky and "Tsiolkovsky spaceship concept". But this is not Tsiolkovsky's concept. This is concept 1950s the Soviet space station in the future:

- Museum of Cosmonautics in Kaluga (Russia), 1967
- Alexey Leonov, Andrew Sokolov, 1972
- German Komlev, 1986
- Guinea-Bissau, 2012

USSR, 1986:

This FDC was made in Germany a few years after the postage stamp was issued. Fraud special postmark.

From book: Alexey Leonov, Andrew Sokolov. Space expanses: Moscow: Izobraz. is-vo, 1972.
Alexey Leonov, Andrew Sokolov. "Orbital manned station Salyut-Soyuz".
"There will be different space stations in the future.
The torus-shaped space station is shown on the right side of the picture.
The size of the stations will depend on the number of the crew, which may consist of astronauts, engineers, technicians, physicians, biologists, physicists, astronomers and other scientists.
Long-term orbital stations are the main path for the development of Soviet cosmonautics".

Museum of Cosmonautics in Kaluga (Russia). Model of the future space station (1967).
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Czechoslovakia 1988. Philatelic exhibition "Praga 1988" - Day of thematic philately:


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Manama, 1971 "Apollo XV and Future space exploration
MNH rare.

Douglas Missile & Space Division, 1964 (project "Ithacus", Philip Bono concept).
From book: Bono P., Gatland K. Frontiers of space; The rocket encyclopaedia of spiceflight in colour. - London: Blandord Press Ltd., 1969.


Douglas Missile & Space Division, 1963 (project ROMBUS, Philip Bono concept).
Image from San Diego Air & Space Museum:


Douglas Missile & Space Division, 1963 (project "Deimos", Philip Bono concept).
Image from San Diego Air & Space Museum:


Douglas Missile & Space Division, 1963 (project "Deimos", Philip Bono concept).
Image from San Diego Air & Space Museum:


Douglas Missile & Space Division, 1964 (project "Hyperion", Philip Bono concept).
Image from San Diego Air & Space Museum:

Oficial cover, 1971:

Information from cover:



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