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# sscp120 S.P.Korolev monument desktop copy

Sergei Pavlovich Korolev was the outstanding pioneer of the Soviet Missile and space programmes. A Talanted engineer of exceptional organizational ability, he headed the rocket development effort from its inception in 1946 until his death in 1966.Right after was he was appointed as chief-designer of long range missiles.His origin design R-7 carried out to space world`s first satellite Sputnik-1 on october 4, 1957.Korolev also headed the development work for the Gagarin flight Vostok-1 april 12, 1961.And also for the first Lunar and Interplanetary flights. Original 10.5` tall papier mache desktop copy of monument to S.P.Korolev in Kiev was presented in 1965 from test pilot M.Pustvenskiy to his teacher and instructor.On plate inscribed `To Yuri Mikhailovich- a man who gave me wings. M.Pustvenskiy 1965`. This 40 years old item is in excellent condition and important display subject for collectors of historic space artifacts. *Availability and price check by e-mail or call.*
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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 13 December, 2002.