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To commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the First Moon Landing, a new world of collectible and playable Space Cards is available.

"A perfect gift for space fans of all ages. Let your kids and friends be inspired by space!”

You can learn thousands of historical facts about human spaceflight and exploration. Let space inspire you and your kids!
Our cards are beautiful to collect. Unleash your imagination and design your album cover and share with a world of space fans... 
You can play many games with our space cards. Download the instructions for free or think up your own game...



The first collection of Space Cards is dedicated to the "American side" of the 1960s Space Race, a competition between the Soviet Union and the United States for dominance in space.
The Space Race led to the launch of artificial satellites, un-crewed space probes to the Moon, Venus, Mars, and human spaceflights in Low Earth Orbit and to the Moon.
It started on August 2, 1955, when the Soviet Union responded to the US announcement four days earlier of their intent to launch artificial satellites for the International Geophysical Year, by declaring they would also launch a satellite "in the near future". 
The Space Race symbolically ended on July 17, 1975, when the two commanders of the docked spacecrafts Apollo and Soyuz, exchanged the first international handshake in space through the open hatch of the Soyuz.
All the cards in the collection have wonderful pictures on the front and are full of interesting data, highlights and historical information on the back together with the mission patches. ​
This first set of wonderful 42 collectible space cards includes:
4 Project Cards
5 Rocket Cards
​6 Mercury Cards
10 Gemini Cards
11 Apollo Cards
3 Skylab Cards
1 Apollo-Soyuz Card
2 Extra Cards
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