Front Cover Space Race in TIME During the Cold War the Soviet Union and the United States were competing in everything

Front Cover Space Race in TIME. With the USSR being the first to launch and send signals from a satellite in space. The space race began for the first human to go land on the moon and come back. The 2 leaders of the space race were the USSR and the US.

From a collection of collection of Soviet space propaganda posters up for auction. "Be Proud, Soviet, You Opened a Path from the Earth to the Stars!"(1962) Artist: Mikhail Soloviev (1905-1991, Meritorious Art Worker of the Russian Federation). Originally an easel and Monumentalist painter, Mikhail Soloviev turned to producing posters in 1941 when his teacher and patron Pavel Sokolov Skalya brought him to work for the TASS Windows operation...

Up for Bids: Classic Soviet Space Propaganda Posters

"Be Proud Soviet, you opened a path from the Earth to the stars." 1962 —Classic Soviet Space Propaganda Poster, Artist: Mikhail Soloviev Meritorious Art Worker of the Russian Federation)

Sputnik 1 - The 1957 USSR satellite that kicked off the space race.  Prints, posters, T-Shirts available at http://www.redbubble.com/people/spacewalkwithme/works/24974152-sputnik-1

Sputnik “ The satellite that kicked off the space race. ” In the USSR created a world first by launching this small, shiny, spherical satellite into earth orbit.

Sputnik was the first artificial Earth satellite. It was a 58 cm (23 in) diameter polished metal sphere, with four external radio antennas to broadcast radio pulses. Launched by the Soviet Union in 1957. Buy it as a limited edition silkscreen print or as an archival digital print.

Sputnik from the Historic Robotic Spacecraft Series

Sputnik was the first artificial Earth satellite. It was a 58 cm in) diameter polished metal sphere, with four external radio antennas to broadcast radio pulses. Launched by the Soviet Union in

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 spac

To celebrate the 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

Jean Shrimpton - April 1965.   Edition of Harpers Bazaar. Edited and photographed by Richard Avedon.

Jean Shrimpton in a NASA spacesuit, photographed by Richard Avedon for Harper’s Bazaar (the space-age edition of April

politics aside, old soviet propaganda art/posters/etc makes for some very cool art

Cccp / Soviet ☭ Politics aside, old soviet propaganda art/posters/etc makes for some very cool art

slowartday: Russian Matchbox Labels (via) For glorious flames that will be strike us into space.

An amazing set of old Russian Matchbox Graphics celebrating early Soviet success in the space race.

Laika & the Space Race: "The more time passes, the more I'm sorry....We shouldn't have done it.... We did not learn enough from the mission to justify the death of the dog." -- Oleg Georgovitch Gazenko, chief space dog scientist

54 years ago today, Laika the dog became history as the first animal to orbit Earth alive. Laika, which means Barker in Russian, captured the

Простейший Спутник-1 (Satellite-1 primaire) ou Spoutnik-1 était la sphère argent poli taille de basket-ball qui a été le premier satellite

Cold War paranoia and a huge technological leap. This poster is meant to look like a vintage poster for the Soviet Union's Sputnik space satellite. Poor Sputnik was "accidentally" blown up by America.

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