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  This is a hand made, all metal model of the Russian Herkules Launch Vehicle. It was originally intended for Russia's attempt to send a spacecraft to the planet Mars.

   The model stands over 21 inches tall and is mounted on a wooden base which was autographed for us by Cosmonaut Viktor Savinykh.

It is an authentic/Autographed piece of Russian Space History.

The picture shows the incredible detail that went into the making of this model.

   Here is Cosmonaut Viktor Savinykh personally autographing our  Herkules model.

   Cosmonaut Savinykh flew on 3 flights. He spent a total of 252 days in space and completed over 5 hours of EVA's.

   During his 10 year carrier, Soviet cosmonaut Viktor Savinykh participated in 3 space missions and spent over 252 days on MIR, Salyut-6 and Salyut-7 stations. His Soyuz T-13/Salyut-7 flight was the most dangerous mission in space history. The bravery involved in this mission far exceeded anything previously exhibited in space. Viktor Savinykh was twice awarded with Gold Stars of Hero of the Soviet Union, with Tsiolkovskiy gold star of the USSR Academy of Science and several other Soviet and foreign awards for distinguished accomplishments in science and space exploration. He also is the author of several scientific books a number of popular books on Space Exploration. At present he works in Russia with the Government University of Geodetic Engineering and Aerial Photography and Cartography.

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