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Mission ISS, boardgame (German)

Product no.: cg003

Board game for children from 12 years and adults, 1 to 4 players, game duration 90 min (cooperation 10/10, authenticity 9/10, planning 7/10)

34.95 *
Delivery weight: 1.5 kg

Planet data wheel Solar system with bookmark (German)

Product no.: cg051-1

The most important physical data on the planets of our solar system are displayed on the board by means of a rotating disk

5.67 *
Delivery weight: 70 g

Space foil blanket – Gold colours, 130 x 210 cm

Product no.: es011

130 x 210 cm space blankets made from Mylar, developed by NASA to protect astronauts from solar radiation. Today also in use on Earth.

7.28 *
Delivery weight: 200 g

Planet hunters, board game (German)

Product no.: cg002

Are you ready for the most adventurous journeys a person has ever embarked on? Discover our solar system with fun, tactics and action!

32.40 *
Delivery weight: 1,200 g

Planet data wheel Solar system with bookmark (English)

Product no.: cg051-2

The most important physical data on the planets of our solar system are displayed on the board by means of a rotating disk (English)

5.67 *
Delivery weight: 70 g

Space foil blanket – Silver colours, 130 x 210 cm

Product no.: es012

130 x 210 cm space blankets made from Mylar, developed by NASA to protect astronauts from solar radiation. Today also in use on Earth.

7.28 *
Delivery weight: 200 g

3D memory outer space, space flight & solar system

Product no.: cg001

The well-known game Memory, here with fascinating 3D pictures of the planets of our solar system and from space travel.

17.55 *
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Delivery weight: 510 g
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Space probe Vpyager 1

Voyager 1 is a spacecraft of the US space agency NASA for the exploration of the outer planetary system and interstellar space within the Voyager program. It was launched on September 5, 1977, from Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral on a Titan IIIE Centaur rocket. Voyager 1 first flew to the planets Jupiter and Saturn, and on Aug. 25, 2012, became the first human-made object to enter interstellar space. Voyager 1's mission is considered one of the greatest successes of NASA and spaceflight in general. The probe still sends data to Earth on a regular basis. It is also the furthest man-made object from Earth and will retain that status for the foreseeable future. As of March 26, 2022, Voyager 1 is approximately 155.79 astronomical units (AU) from the Sun, or about 23.31 billion kilometers. Annually, the distance increases by about 3.6 AU (about 540 million km), corresponding to a (radial) velocity of about 61,000 km/h.

Voyager 1 carries a data plate made of copper, which is coated with gold as protection against corrosion, the so-called "Voyager Golden Record". On it picture and audio information about mankind are stored. On the front are, among other things, a kind of instruction manual and a map showing the position of the sun in relation to 14 pulsars.

"The Sounds of Earth" cover of the data disk aboard Yoyager.

Voyager Sonde - Die Klänge der Erde, Abdeckung