SPACE EXPLORATION & USE


US - #966
3¢ Mt. Palomar Observatory
.15
 
US - #1173
4¢ Echo I satellite
.22

US - #1193
4¢ Project Mercury
.15

US - #1331-2
5¢ Gemini Capsule & Astronaut
1.00

US - #1371
6¢ Apollo 8
.18

US - #1435b
8¢ Space Achievement
.35

US - #1529
10¢ Skylab
.18

US - #1556
10¢ Pioneer/Jupiter
.18

US - #1557
10¢ Mariner 10
.18


US - #1570a
10¢ Apollo-Soyuz (pair)
.35

US - #1575
10¢ Satellite/Dish Antennae
.20

US - #1759
15¢ Viking Space Mission
.23

US - #2544v
$3.00 Shuttle Challenger
(Priority Mail)
SOLD OUT

US - #2841a
29¢ Moon Walk
.60

US - #3187d
33¢ Launching Satellites
.80

US - #3188c
33¢ Man Walks on the Moon
.95

US - #3189i
33¢ Pioneer 10
.85

US - #3190a
33¢ Space Shuttle
.80

US - #3190m
33¢ E.T., the movie
.85

US - #C76
10¢ First Man on the Moon
.25


US - #3242a
32¢ (Fantasy) Space Discovery strip of 5
2.80


*Now Available*
#1919a 18¢ Space Achievements Benefiting Mankind, block of 8 (Price $2.75)
#2577a 29¢ Space Exploration booklet pane of 10 (Price $8.25)
#2634a 29¢ Space Accomplishments, block (Price $2.15)
#3188e 33¢ "Star Trek" Television/Movie series (Price $1.50)
#3191h 33¢ Return to Space (Price $0.75)
#4226 41¢ Edwin Hubble (from strip of 4 Am. Scientists issued 3/6/08) (Price $1.15)
#5058 (Forever/$1.20) Moon (round global rate stamp issued 2/22/16) (Price $1.60)
#5076a (Forever/47¢) View of Our Planets, Block of 8 (issued 5/31/16) (Price $6.60)
#5078a (Forever/47¢) Pluto Explored, Pair (issued 5/31/16) (Price $1.55)
#5135a (Forever/47¢) Star Trek, Block of 4 (TV show, issued 9/2/16) (Price $2.65)
#5211 (Forever/49¢) Solar Eclipse (heat activated changling, issued 6/20/17) (Price $0.70)
#5283 (Forever/50¢) Sally Ride (issued 5/23/18) (Price $0.65)


I DON'T offer these for sale but here are a few more US issues depicting our fascination with ... or utilization of Space.
#2419 $2.40 Moon Landing
#2543 $2.90 Futuristic Spacecraft (Priority Mail '93)
#2544A $10.75 Shuttle Endeavor blast-off (Express Mail '95)
#3000p 32¢ Flash Gordon comic
#3178 Mars Pathfinder Souvenir Sheet
#3409 60¢ Telescopes/Observatories

Magazine Articles on Space
(These magazines are copyrighted and you will therefore receive
the physical magazine or pages from the magazine).

NG118-1space  National Geographic (July 1960) Exploring Tomorrow, 41 pgs, 41 images (Price $0.75)
  


Related WWW sites:
Astronomy Picture of the Day   Check out the "Archive" link – it's amazing!
Watch the International Space Station fly by from your backyard



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