Three original photographs from NASA and Martin Marietta and a colourful information leaflet
Solar Max, a satellite for exploration of the Sun, was launched on February 14, 1980. It got out of control and was therefore salvaged by shuttle astronauts, repaired and deployed again. The whole operation was practiced extensively in advance on Earth. This set includes a drawing of the satellite, a picture of the launch, a picture of the training and a beautiful image of astronaut James van Hoften in the cargo bay of the space shuttle with behind him the salvaged Solar Max. All photos are approx. 220x25 cm.
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Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Le foto sono belle, ma speravo che fossero stampate su carta baritata.Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.As written: in the tekst: these pictures are from the archives of two planetaria: The Planetarium in Moscow and the Planetarium in Amsterdam. We send you exactly what we promised! Waiting for your reaction. Thank you.
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