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Laboratory Instrument Computer (LINC), MIT 1962.

Laboratory Instrument Computer (LINC), MIT 1962.

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Intertec Superbrain

Intertec Superbrain

Cold War paranoia and a huge technological leap. This poster is meant to look like a vintage poster for the Soviet Union's Sputnik space satellite.

Cold War paranoia and a huge technological leap. This poster is meant to look like a vintage poster for the Soviet Union's Sputnik space satellite.

Retro Scifi Explore Poster 13x19 Print by IndelibleInkWorkshop

Retro Scifi Explore Poster 13x19 Print by IndelibleInkWorkshop

Soviet propaganda placards have a very appealing presentation. When I lived in Kemerovo there was a great anniversary of manned space flight with a collection of impressive space posters.

Soviet propaganda placards have a very appealing presentation. When I lived in Kemerovo there was a great anniversary of manned space flight with a collection of impressive space posters.

Vintage USSR Propaganda Posters and Covers » Design You Trust

Vintage USSR Propaganda Posters and Covers » Design You Trust

Spectrum

Spectrum

Soviet space posters. Glory to October! 1960 - Inscriptions in the ornamental scrolls at the bottom of the October Revolution anniversary poster read, respectively, “October Proclaimed the Beginning of a New Era in the History of the Mankind,” and “The Country of October Brought the World into the Era of Space Exploration.”

Soviet space posters. Glory to October! 1960 - Inscriptions in the ornamental scrolls at the bottom of the October Revolution anniversary poster read, respectively, “October Proclaimed the Beginning of a New Era in the History of the Mankind,” and “The Country of October Brought the World into the Era of Space Exploration.”

Be Proud, Soviet, You Opened a Path from the Earth to the Stars! 1962, Mikhail Soloviev, from a collection of Soviet propaganda posters to be auctioned off.

Be Proud, Soviet, You Opened a Path from the Earth to the Stars! 1962, Mikhail Soloviev, from a collection of Soviet propaganda posters to be auctioned off.