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  • 40th Anniversary of Sputnik-Special Edition version 2.1-Russians in Space CD-ROM. ISBN 0-58137-111-X
  • As seen on CNN, the Discovery Channel, PBS's Nova site, Vremya (the Moscow evening news national feed on 04Oct97), and also in Popular Science, Astronomy, MicroTimes, and Quest magazines
  • Hybrid disk runs in Windows 3.x, Windows 95 & 98, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Macintosh System 7 or better.
  • Extremely modest hardware requirements: Only 2X CD-ROM drive or better; 640x480x256 color monitor or better; CPU = 386 or better (Windows), 68030 or better (Mac); MPC compatible sound card, 4 megabytes of RAM or better.
  • If your computer has sound capabilities, turn on your speakers now. The music you hear is Ave Maria, which appears in the opening scenes of the program. To the left is the actual opening screen of the program with a Mir movie in the little window.
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  • Multimedia encyclopedia about Russian rocketry, space pioneers, and space exploration from the 16th century to the present. Contains 1 hour of video, 400 images, organized into 101 modules of 1 to 7 pages of text each. Click here for full table of contents. Estimated running time: 24+ hours!
  • Produced to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Soviet Union's "October surprise", the successful launching of the world's first artificial satellite, Sputnik, on October 4, 1957. This was the event which touched off the Space Race between the USA and the USSR.
  • Includes rare archival footage of the N-1 launch, the Soviets' ill-fated moon rocket, and an even rarer animation of the Soviet antisatellite istrebitel sputnikov (from the design bureau which built it) depicting the interception of an early American CORONA spy satellite attached to its Agena upper stage.
  • Makes an excellent companion to Newkirk's Almanac of Soviet Manned Space Flight.
  • Now with your purchase, get a FREE comprehensive space database of Soviet/Russian satellites & launchers on PC-formatted 3.5 inch diskette, and your choice of a Soviet space lapel pin or Buran key fob from the Buran space plane exhibit in Gorky Park.
  • US$29.95 plus shipping and handling. MasterCard, Visa, American Express, your personal cheque and postal money orders in major foreign currencies now accepted. Allow 1 week for delivery within North America, two weeks overseas. Call or write for quote on express shipping. (Shipping and handling for first unit $3.95 for USA, $7.00 Canada & Mexico, $10.00 all other countries; shipping to same address for additional units receives 50% discount on shipping)
  • Members of the following societies will receive a 10% discount before shipping: Planetary Society, National Space Society, and ORION Product ordering information

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