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Newmarket Race Course, 1940
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Newmarket Race Course, 1940
Doncaster Race Course, 1940
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Doncaster Race Course, 1940
Map of Magellans round the world voyage, 1519-1521 Featured Image

Map of Magellans round the world voyage, 1519-1521

Map of Magellan's round the world voyage, 1519-1521. A Portuguese-born navigator sponsored by Spain, Ferdinand Magellan (c1480-1521) led the expedition that made the first circumnavigation of the globe. This Mercator projection map shows the route taken, which included the first passage through the straits at the southern tip of South America that bear Magellan's name. Magellan did not himself complete the voyage, as he was killed in the Philippines in a clash with natives. Of the five ships that set out from Spain in 1519, only one, the Victoria, commanded by Juan de Elcano, returned safely. From the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris

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M.V. Georgic, 1937
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M.V. Georgic, 1937
R.M.S. Mauretania, 1937
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R.M.S. Mauretania, 1937
Brick Moon Space Station Concept, 1869. Creator: NASA Featured Image

Brick Moon Space Station Concept, 1869. Creator: NASA

Brick Moon Space Station Concept, 1869. Artist's impression. "The Brick Moon" was the title of an article published in the Atlantic Monthly by Edward Everett Hale in 1869. This piece was the first known proposal for an Earth-orbiting satellite. Hale envisioned that the satellite could be used by mariners as a navigational aid. He believed it would be the longitudinal companion to the latitudinal North Star. In 1869, this story was considered fantasy but in retrospect "The Brick Moon" foreshadowed the need for a space station and some of its technologies

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10c Pan-American Fast Ocean Navigation vignette plate proof, 487 Featured Image

10c Pan-American Fast Ocean Navigation vignette plate proof, 487

10c Pan-American Fast Ocean Navigation vignette plate proof, 487. Certified plate proofs are the last printed proof of the plate before printing the stamps at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. These plate proofs are each unique, with the approval signatures and date. For postal scholars these plates provide important production information in the plate margin inscriptions, including guidelines, plate numbers, and initials of the siderographer, or person who created the plate from a transfer roll.;Plate No.1144;Denomination: 10c;Subject: Fast Ocean Navigation (Steamship "St. Paul"), Pan-American Exposition Issue;Color: yellow brown & black

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