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Russian Sputnik-1 Satellite Model

  This is an all metal, hand made, model of the Russian Satellite Sputnik-1 issued by the Cosmonautics Federation of Russia. The wooden base is autographed by cosmonaut-51 Anatoliy Berezovoy who was the former Vice-Chairman of the Cosmonautics Federation. 

It is an authentic piece
of Russian Space History.

The model is 6.5 x 8.5 inches and made of metal. The Sputnik-1 model was issued by the Cosmonautics Federation of Russia for presentations to participants of the Sputnik launch from Baikonur on October 4, 1957. The launch of the Sputnik-1 was  the world's first artificial satellite and marked the beginning of the worldwide space exploration era for mankind.
    History was made on October 4, 1957, when the Soviet Union launched the Sputnik-1. It was the world's first artificial satellite. It was the size of a basketball and weighed approx. 183lbs. While the Sputnik-1 launch was a single event, it marked the start of the modern space age and the beginning of the American-Russian space race.

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