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3D Memo

Product no.: cg001

A fascinating 3D memo game with spacepictures.

17.56 *
Delivery weight: 400 g

Planet hunters, board game

Product no.: cg002

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

25.13 *
Delivery weight: 1,600 g

3D Puzzle “Space Mission” National Geographic

Product no.: es001

80 piece 3D puzzle, Space Shuttle, Saturn V, Lunar lander and Mars rover, incl. 32 page educational booklet, stand, full instructions.

26.47 *
Delivery weight: 730 g

3D Puzzle “Space Exploration” National Geographic

Product no.: es002

65 piece 3D puzzle of Space Shuttle Discovery, incl. full color 32 page educational booklet, stand, full instructions.

26.47 *
Delivery weight: 730 g

Physical 3D puzzle – Saturn V rocket

Product no.: es401

Physical 3D puzzle of the Saturn V rocket at the launch site, 25 parts, assembled 16 x 12 x 21 cm, childs age 7+

4.03 *
Delivery weight: 150 g

Physical 3D puzzle – Moon landing

Product no.: es402

Physical 3D puzzle of the Lunar landing module, 45 parts, assembled 16 x 13 x 11 cm, childs age 7+

4.03 *
Delivery weight: 150 g

Physical 3D puzzle – Space Shuttle

Product no.: es403

Physical 3D puzzle of the NASA Space Shuttle module, 82 parts, assembled 9 x 8 x 20 cm, childs age 7+

4.03 *
Delivery weight: 150 g

Physical 3D puzzle – International Space Station ISS

Product no.: es404

Physical 3D puzzle of the International Space Station, 44 parts, assembled 25 x 21 x 13 cm, childs age 7+

4.03 *
Delivery weight: 150 g

Physical 3D puzzle – Globe of the Earth

Product no.: es405

Physical 3D puzzle of the Earths globe with stand, 31 parts, assembled 10 x 8 x 12 cm, childs age 7+

4.03 *
Delivery weight: 150 g
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Our moon car has a boiler with compressed air of 30 atmospheres. This boiler is located above the cabin. The monopod of the vehicle consists essentially of a gas-tight closing cylinder in which the 4 1/2 meter long "jump leg" can move up and down like a cock in a shock absorber. Normally, the jump leg is half retracted, then one drives softest over bumpy ground. For the jump it is pulled in strongly and then thrown out by the compressed air. [...] This lifts the vehicle and throws it into the room (air must not be said). [...] 125 meters high and many 100 meters far the vehicle can jump. Let us not forget that the attraction of the moon is six times less than that of the earth. [...] When you touch down after a successful jump, the gas in the leg cylinder acts as a cushion. [...] At the same time a large part of the compressed air is pressed back into the pressure vessel; the rest is pumped back by pumps.

Translated from the German: Hermann Oberth. Der Weltraumspiegel. 1954

The Moon car - Draft by Hermann Oberth