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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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