# 1969 Dandy Bubble Gum : The Struggle for the Universe

*Universets Erobring*

*The Struggle for the Universe (Universets Erobring)*was released in 1969 by Dandy Factories in Vejle, Denmark. Each wax pack contains four cards plus a piece of bubble gum. The card and album text is printed in English and Danish. Each card measures approximately 70 x 45 mm (2.76 x 1.78 inches).

*The Struggle for the Universe*36-page collector album was published by Anders And & Co.

The 200-card series reprints various images
and descriptions from
Kampf um den Weltraum, published in 1967 by Heinerle-Hugo Hein. The original German text was authored by Werner Büdeler.

The checklist is incomplete.

Checklist | |

A 1 | |

A 2 | Professor Hermann Oberth |

A 3 | V-2 explosion |

A 4 | |

A 5 | |

A 6 | |

A 7 | |

A 8 | In the interior start-bunker in Cape Canaveral. |

A 9 | |

A 10 | Jupiter rocket |

A 11 | |

A 12 | |

A 13 | |

A 14 | Delta rocket |

A 15 | |

A 16 | |

A 17 | |

A 18 | Atlas Agena rocket |

A 19 | Camera at the start-platform. |

A 20 | |

A 21 | Transport of a rocket |

A 22 | Titan II |

A 23 | |

A 24 | |

A 25 | Launch Complex 37 |

A 26 | Start of the first Saturn I |

A 27 | |

A 28 | |

A 29 | |

A 30 | |

A 31 | |

A 32 | |

A 33 | Copy of the first grade of Saturn V |

A 34 | |

A 35 | |

A 36 | |

A 37 | |

A 38 | |

A 39 | |

A 40 | By means of electronic computers |

A 41 | |

A 42 | |

A 43 | |

A 44 | |

A 45 | Europa 1 |

A 46 | |

A 47 | |

A 48 | Test being carried out |

A 49 | |

A 50 | |

A 51 | |

A 52 | |

A 53 | |

A 54 | |

A 55 | Explorer 14 |

A 56 | |

A 57 | San Marco I |

A 58 | OSO 1 |

A 59 | |

A 60 | |

A 61 | |

A 62 | |

A 63 | Terrestrial radio spots |

A 64 | |

A 65 | |

A 66 | |

A 67 | |

A 68 | Early Bird |

A 69 | Two improved communications satellites |

A 70 | |

A 71 | |

A 72 | |

A 73 | |

A 74 | |

A 75 | |

A 76 | |

A 77 | |

A 78 | Diagram of the flight of a Ranger probe |

A 79 | |

A 80 | The Moon from Ranger 9 |

A 81 | A further Moon photo taken by Ranger 9. |

A 82 | |

A 83 | Professor Mstislav Keldysh, Luna 9 |

A 84 | |

A 85 | |

A 86 | |

A 87 | Lunar Orbiter |

A 88 | |

A 89 | Venera I |

A 90 | |

A 91 | |

A 92 | |

A 93 | |

A 94 | Typical Russian spacecraft |

A 95 | ESRO-I |

A 96 | The German research satellite HEOS-I |

A 97 | |

A 98 | |

A 99 | A satellite of the planet Venus |

A 100 | A probe for a flight |

A 101 | |

A 102 | |

A 103 | |

A 104 | |

A 105 | |

A 106 | |

A 107 | |

A 108 | |

A 109 | |

A 110 | |

A 111 | |

A 112 | |

A 113 | |

A 114 | |

A 115 | |

A 116 | |

A 117 | |

A 118 | |

A 119 | |

A 120 | |

A 121 | |

A 122 | Edward H. White during a walk |

A 123 | |

A 124 | Photo from a Gemini space capsule |

A 125 | Numerous geographical details |

A 126 | |

A 127 | |

A 128 | |

A 129 | |

A 130 | Gemini 6 recovery |

A 131 | Gemini 9 splashdown |

A 132 | |

A 133 | |

A 134 | |

A 135 | |

A 136 | |

A 137 | Manufacture of the Lunar Module |

A 138 | |

A 139 | |

A 140 | |

A 141 | |

A 142 | William Anders recovery |

A 143 | |

A 144 | |

A 145 | Apollo 7, 150 miles (240 km) high up |

A 146 | |

A 147 | Apollo 8, photo of the Moon |

A 148 | |

A 149 | |

A 150 | |

A 151 | |

A 152 | |

A 153 | Apollo 9, coast of North Carolina |

A 154 | |

A 155 | |

A 156 | |

A 157 | Apollo 10 Lunar Module |

A 158 | |

A 159 | Apollo 10, Moon crater |

A 160 | |

A 161 | |

A 162 | |

A 163 | Apollo 10 splashdown |

A 164 | Edwin E. Aldrin on the Moon. |

A 165 | Edwin E. Aldrin and Neil A. Armstrong hoisting the American colours |

A 166 | Edwin E. Aldrin in front of the American flag |

A 167 | Edwin E. Aldrin with the moon-ferry |

A 168 | Edwin E. Aldrin descending the LM-ladder |

A 169 | |

A 170 | |

A 171 | |

A 172 | |

A 173 | |

A 174 | Yuri Gagarin |

A 176 | Gherman S. Titov |

A 177 | John H. Glenn |

A 178 | |

A 179 | |

A 180 | Andrian G. Nikolayev |

A 181 | Walter M. Schirra |

A 182 | L. Gordon Cooper |

A 183 | Valery F. Bykovsky |

A 184 | Valentina V. Tereshkova |

A 185 | Boris Yegorov |

A 186 | Konstantin P. Feoktistov |

A 187 | Pavel Belyayev |

A 188 | Aleksei A. Leonov |

A 189 | Gemini 5: L. Gordon Cooper, Charles Conrad |

A 190 | Frank Borman |

A 191 | |

A 192 | Gemini 8: Neil Armstrong, David Scott |

A 193 | |

A 194 | Gemini 10: John W. Young, Michael Collins |

A 195 | Apollo 11: Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, Buzz Aldrin |

A 196 | Apollo 1: Edward H. White, Virgil I. Grissom, Roger B. Chaffee |

A 197 | Vladimir M. Komarov |

A 198 | Donald K. Slayton, Donn F. Eisele, Walter M. Schirra, R. Walter Cunningham |

A 199 | |

A 200 | Apollo 11: Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, Buzz Aldrin |