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SPACE PUZZLES  GAME

Copyright, 1991, by Gametoy Development Co,, Inc.


Discussion

The above card game's purpose was to teach players about space exploration by putting together puzzles of purposed vehicles and projects about the space program. Among the puzzle subjects were: the proposed U.S. Space Station, the Space Shuttle, the X-30 National Aero-Space Plane; the Hubble Telescope, the Galileo and Cassini Orbiters, the Orbital Tranfer Vehicles, and other space equipment. Also, the game depicted the nine planets of the solar system.


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Automation, Robotics and Simulation Division, Walter W. Guy, Chief.

Picture of the logo of NASA Johnson Space Center's Automation, Robotics, and 
Simulation Division.  The logo depicts a robot extended arm and hand.  The robotic 
hand holds Mars in its grasp.