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Posted 01/11/2021   01:18 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add magnus_z to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Ajman, 1971 "Apollo XV and Future space exploration"
Perf. stamps:

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


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




Imperf. stamps:









Oficial FDC:

Miniature sheets:
The complete set contains 6 (not 9) miniature sheets
Size 114x89 mm
The margins of the sheet with black text






Miniature sheets fraud:
The complete set contains 9 miniature sheets
The margins of the sheet without black text
Size 96x80 mm









Miniature sheet and miniature sheet fraud:





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- Frank Tinsley, 1958
- Frantisek Hudecek, 1963
- Joaquin Diaz and Leandro Contreras, 1964

Czechoslovakia, 1963:

FDC:


Cuba, 1964:

USA, 1962:
ASDA vignette

American Bosch Arma Corporation, 1958
Mars Snooper: Steps in the race to outer space
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One of the stamps (Sc #3189i) in the USA's November 18, 1999 "Celebrate the Century" 1970's sheetlet of 15, 33c values depicts the Pioneer 10 spacecraft flying by Jupiter.

Printing on the back of this stamp says,"Launched March 1972. Pioneer 10 was the first spacecraft to travel to Jupiter and send back data and images. Eleven years later, it became the first man-made object to leave the solar system."

Pioneer 10 sent its last message to Earth in January 2003 from a distance of 7.6 billion miles.

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Paraguay 1977, Future research projects about life on the planet Mars

Specimen (MUESTRA)

- 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
- Eddie Jones (Kneifel, Hans. Training fur die Sterne, 1975)
- Paraguay 1977

2001: A Space Odyssey

Kneifel, Hans. Training fur die Sterne, 1975

Eddie Jones:

- Robert McCall, 1974
- Paraguay 1977


Robert McCall
From book: Asimov A., McCall R. Our World in Space // New York Graphic Society, 1974:
"A more advanced Mars base, perhaps early in the 21st century. A specialized Mars lander with an astronomical observatory on top is in the foreground; four other landers have opened their hatches and unloaded equipment – including some for the mining operation taking place at night. In the distance another Mars lander is about to touch down"
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Paraguay 1977, Research planned to study the surface of the planet Mars by means of a vehicle

Specimen (MUESTRA)

- Robert McCall, 1974
- Paraguay 1977

- Robert McCall, 1974
- Paraguay 1977


Robert McCall, 1974
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Manned Spacecraft Center, 1968.

"In October 1968, the International Academy of Astronautics organized a symposium titled "Manned Laboratories in Space". S. Fred Singer, the program chairman and proceedings editor, commissioned nine papers - eight from the United States and one from the Soviet Union. Two of the papers focused on the design of the orbital laboratory itself; the other seven focused on applications: for Earth observation, for astronomical observation, and as "stepping stones" to manned interplanetary flight.

Robert R. Gilruth, the Director of the NASA Manned Spacecraft Center, presented an overview of the rationale and characteristics of manned space stations. He stated that "the characteristics of artificial gravity are important objectives for a near-term Earth orbital activity." Artificial gravity would:

- permit fluid processes - such as associated with personal hygiene, cleaning, food preparation, and chemistry - to be performed in a manner identical to that which we are accustomed to on Earth;
- provide the ability to walk with the hands free;
- permit normal man-machine interfaces with all types of equipment;
- permit the use of equipment developed for use in Earth laboratories but otherwise applicable to space station tasks;
- eliminate the need for special zero-gravity training;
- maximize the effectiveness of Earth training.

Gilruth regretted that the initial orbital workshop (later known as Skylab) would not provide artificial gravity, and described two concepts for providing it in future missions.

To provide an initial research environment, an Apollo spacecraft with an attached experiment module would be tethered to a spent booster stage that would serve as a counterweight for rotation. The tether length would be adjustable; the rotational radius to the experiment module would be at least 50 feet. Previous experiments with ground-based centrifuges and parabolic flights had indicated that the comfort zone for artificial gravity had a lower bound of 0.3 g and an upper bound of 4 rotations per minute. Nevertheless, there was considerable uncertainty in these results, particularly with regard to the effect of the Earth's 1-g field in ground-based tests. The tethered Apollo would provide a space-based environment for verifying the earlier results, as well as for experimenting with higher gravity levels (up to 1 g) and lower rotational rates.

The first operational space station would be launched in three parts by three Saturn V rockets, assembled in orbit to form a slender linear structure, and rotated end-over-end. A non-rotating hub extending from one side would accommodate a zero-gravity laboratory, a docking port, and a hangar for satellite maintenance. In its initial configuration, the station would accommodate at least 50 crew members; with additional construction, it could grow to accommodate at least 100. The habitable areas would be arranged as a cylindrical tower extending 240 feet from one side of the hub; the power section and counterweight would hang from a truss extending as much as 375 feet from the opposite side. The station would rotate 3.5 times per minute to provide 1 g in the lowest level of the habitat."

Yemen Arab Republic, 1969, souvenir sheet "Future space station USA":

Progressive proofs:





Souvenir sheet CTO:

Proof, souvenir sheet CTO, souvenir sheet:

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Lockheed California Company, 1962:

"Artist's conception from Lockheed California Company depicts interplanetary "service station" as recommended by the company's spacecraft scientist, Dr. Donald T. Perkins A stub-winged interplanetary manned vehicle "gasses up" from a previously launched rocket fuel container orbiting around the earth before continuing its trip to Mars or Venus."

Ajman, 1968:


Manama, 1968:


Cover with information about this issue:



Manama, 1972:

Stamp sheets Adjmana-Manama, 1972:



Souvenir sheet:


Spamp sheets CTO: 5x15 and 9x15
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USA 1989:


Special postmark:

USA 1992:



USA 1995:
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Poland 1963:


Tsiolkovsy's manned spacecraft ("Raketa"), 1914:

Tsiolkovsy 1914:
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Guyana, 1992. Christopher Columbus and project ESA - space station "Columbus":












Project NASDA - space shuttle "Hope":

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"Space Vehicle" by Hermann Ganswindt (1893):

Federal Republic of Germany, 1968 - special postmark:


German Democratic Republic, 1982 - special postmark:

Cover:


Federal Republic of Germany, 1961 - vignette:
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Uzbekistan 1997 - "Space and Fantasy":








Oficial FDC:


Special postmark:
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It's tiny but it's a space stamp, CCP stamp from 1966


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United Arab Emirates
7th July 2019
KhalifaSat Satellite



lenticular MS (same as main image above, however satellite appears to progressively "move" when sheet is angled. (Difficult to scan!)


designed by Emirates Post in cooperation with Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre
Printed by Cartor France
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United Arab Emirates
25th September 2019
Astronaut Program

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