1967 Heinerle-Hugo Hein : Kampf um den Weltraum

1967 Heinerle-Hugo Hein : Kampf um den Weltraum



Kampf um den Weltraum (Battle for Space) trading cards were issued in 1967 by Heinerle-Hugo Hein KG in Germany. The series is comprised of 190 cards and a collector album. The collection was authored by Werner Büdeler. The Köberich's catalog number is 30825-25. Each card measures approximately 2.75 x 3.75 inches.

1967 Heinerle-Hugo Hein : Kampf um den Weltraum

A 1970 expanded Panorama Bilderdienst release includes cards #190–250. The appended edition was translated to French as A la conquête de l'espace. A 200-card series was released by Dandy Chewing Gum in Denmark as The Struggle for the Universe. The Dandy release is roughly translated to English and Danish.

Astronauten-Galerie card #185 depicts the primary crew of Gemini 8, Command Pilot Neil Armstrong and Pilot David Scott. The photograph is from a NASA press shoot at Mission Control Center in Cape Kennedy, Florida, on March 11, 1966. The image is printed in reverse on the card.

Neil Armstrong and David Scott, Gemini VIII, Cape Kennedy, March 11, 1966

On March 16, 1966, at 23:14 UTC, Gemini 8 performed the first docking of two spacecraft in orbit. The Agena Target Vehicle malfunctioned and began to tumble. The spacecraft was undocked and Armstrong regained control by engaging the Reentry Control System (RCS) thrusters. The mission was aborted and the crew made an emergency landing in the Pacific Ocean, about 500 miles east of Okinawa, Japan.


The checklist not a direct translation of the card text. Identifications and corrections are included.

Rockets
1
2 Hermann Oberth
3 Robert H. Goddard, 1935
4 Aggregat 4 (V-2)
5 Aggregat 4 Test, July 1943
6 Aggregat 4 Launch, 1943
7 Frank Malina, WAC Corporal Rocket, 1945
8
9 Thor Pad 17A, Patrick AFB
10
11 Redstone
12 Vanguard 1
13 Jupiter Launch
14 Launch Camera
15 Thor Production
16 Orbiting Solar Observatory (OSO)
17
18 Orbiting Geophysical Observatory (OGO)
19 Orbiting Astronomical Observatory (OAO)
20 Delta Concept
21 Cape Kennedy Fire Department
22 Atlas
23 Atlas Launch Platform
24 Atlas-Agena
25 Atlas Launch Camera
26 XRM-91 Blue Scout Junior
27 Titan Transport System
28
29 Atlas-Centaur
30 Saturn 1
31
32 Cape Canaveral Space Launch Complex 37
33 Saturn S-IV Stage
34 Saturn Control
35 Dr. Wernher von Braun
36 Saturn 1 First Launch, October 27, 1961
37 Saturn 1 Second Stage
38 Saturn 1 First Stage
39 Apollo
40 Apollo
41 Saturn 1 Launch
42 Saturn V
43 Saturn V F-1
44
45 Vehicle Assembly Building
46
47
48
49
50 Europa 1
51 Assembly
52
53 Europa Rocket
54 Rocket Test
55
56
Artificial Satellites and Probes
57 Explorer 1
58 Thor-Delta Balloon
59 Echo 1 Balloon
60 Echo 1
61 Explorer 9
62
63 Ariel 1
64
65 Explorer 21
66
67 San Marco 1 Launch, December 15, 1964
68
69
70
71 Relay 1
72 Relay 1
73 Courier 1-B Launch
74 Courier 1-B
75 Andover Earth Station
76 Telstar 1
77 Relay 1
78 Relay 1
79 Syncom
80 Intelsat I (Early Bird)
81 Intelsat I (Early Bird)
82 Communications Satellite Corporation (COMSAT)
83 TIROS
84 TIROS
85 Nimbus 1
86 Italy, Nimbus 1
87
88 Transit IV-A
89
90
91 Luna 3
92 Moon, Luna 3
93 Ranger 1
94 Ranger 7
95 Ranger
96 Ranger
97 Alphonsus & Ptolemy Crater, Ranger 9
98 Alphonsus Crater, Ranger 9
99 Alphonsus Crater, Ranger 9
100 Alphonsus Crater, Ranger 9
101 Luna 9 Flightpath
102 Mstislav Keldysh, February 10, 1966
103 Luna 9
104 Moon, Luna 9
105 Surveyor
106 Moon, Surveyor 1
107 Moon, Surveyor 3
108 Lunar Orbiter
109 Orbiter 1
110 Moon, Lunar Orbiter 1, August 23, 1966
111 Moon, Lunar Orbiter 2
112 Venera 1
113
114 Mariner 4
115
116 Venus Probe Concept
117 Jupiter Probe Concept
Man in Space
118
119 Strato-Lab
120 X-15, B-52
121 Soviet Centrifuge
122 Zero Gravity Training
123 Training
124 Vaccuum Chamber
125
126
127 Astronaut Food
128
129 Vostok
130 Yuri Gagarin, April 12, 1961
131 Mercury-Atlas
132 Mercury-Atlas Launch
133 Mercury-Atlas 6
134 John Glenn, USS Noa
135 Walter Schirra
136 Alexei Leonov Spacewalk, March 18, 1965
137
138
139 Titan II GLV
140 Gemini 9A Launch, June 3, 1966
141 Edward White Spacewalk, June 3, 1965
142 Gemini SC7
143 Straits of Gibraltar, Gemini 5, August 22, 1965
144 Tanzania, Gemini 5, August 1965
145 Earth, Gemini 5, August 1965
146 Moon, Gemini 7, December 8, 1965
147 Cape Kennedy
148 Gemini 8, Agena Rendezvous, March 16, 1966
149 Gemini 9A, "Angry Alligator" Rendezvous, June 3, 1966
150 Gemini 11, Richard Gordon EVA, September 13, 1966
151
152
153 Gemini 7 Recovery
154
155 Apollo Test Launch
156 Apollo Spacecraft
157 Apollo Command and Service Module (CSM)
158 Apollo 1: Gus Grissom, Edward White, Roger Chaffee
159 Lunar Module
160 Lunar Module Cockpit
161 Lunar Module Descent Engine
162 Saturn V, Apollo
163
164
165 Moon Landing Concept
166 Manned Orbiting Labortory (MOL)
Astronaut Gallery
167 Yuri Gagarin
168 Alan Shepard
169 Gherman Titov
170 John Glenn
171 Scott Carpenter
172 Pavel Popovich
173 Andriyan Nikolayev
174 Walter Schirra
175 Gordon Cooper
176 Valery Bykovsky
177 Valentina Tereshkova, June 16, 1963
178 Dr. Boris Yegorov
179 Konstantin Feoktistov
180 Pavel Belyayev
181 Alexei Leonov
182 Gemini 5: Gordan Cooper, Charles Conrad
183
184 James Lovell, Thomas Stafford
185 Gemini 8: Neil Armstrong, David Scott
186 Eugene Cernan
187 Gemini 10: John Young, Michael Collins
188 Gemini 12: James Lovell, Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin, Eugene Cernan, Gordeon Cooper
189 Apollo 1: Edward White, Gus Grissom, Roger Chaffee
190 Vladimir Komarov
1970 Expansion
191 Europa-1 Test
192 Europa-1 Test
193 Zond Probe
194 Apollo 9 Hatch
195
196 Messerschmitt-Bölkow-Blohm (MBB)
197 Apollo Spacecraft
198 Apollo Training
199
200 Earthrise, Apollo 8, December 25, 1968
201 Lunar Module, Grumman
202
203
204
205
206 Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A)
207 Apollo 9: Russell Schweickart
208 Apollo-Saturn 201 (AS-201)
209 Apollo 9: Russell Schweickart
210
211 ESRO-1
212
213
214
215
216 Cape Hatteras, Apollo 9
217
218
219 California, Apollo 9
220
221
222
223
224
225 Apollo 9 LM Spider
226 ERNO Helios
227 Schmidt Crater, Apollo 10
228 Messerschmitt-Bölkow-Blohm (MBB)
229 Saturn S-IVB, Apollo 7
230 Apollo 10 Command Module, May 1969
231 David Scott EVA, Apollo 9
232 Apollo 7: Donald Slayton, Donn Eisele, Walter Schirra, Walter Cunningham
233 Apollo 10 Lunar Module
234 Apollo 10: James McDivitt, David Scott, Russell Schweickart
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242 Apollo 11 Lunar Plaque
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250

Powered by Blogger.