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AlanC
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posted 02-01-2020 06:40 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for AlanC   Click Here to Email AlanC     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by RichieB16:
I hope you enjoyed the 2007 cards.
Great job. STS-118 is one of my favourite missions.

goose77
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posted 02-03-2020 06:34 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for goose77   Click Here to Email goose77     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I've been following your series of cards for months and just wanted to chime in with a sincere thank you! Your cards are fantastic - I just got some cardstock and am going to print some of them.

RichieB16
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posted 02-04-2020 09:52 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for RichieB16   Click Here to Email RichieB16     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I'm really glad you like them. It's nice to hear that they are being enjoyed... keeps me motivated to keep working on the project. I got one and a half cards finished today!

Just a heads up, for printing purposes they are designed to be printed 3.5" tall and 2.5" wide, the same as standard sized sports trading cards. You can print them any size you want, but I designed them with this size in mind.

perineau
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posted 02-05-2020 01:01 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for perineau   Click Here to Email perineau     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
"Copy" that!

waa49
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For my private use I have created the following brochures with the dimensions
5.8" tall and 7.5" wide:
  1. USA 1961 - 1975
  2. USSR/RUS 1961 - 1986
  3. USSR/RUS "MIR" and "BURAN" 1986 - 2001
  4. USA Space Shuttle part 1 1981 - 1994

    The following brochures are to follow:

  5. USA Space Shuttle part 2 1995 - 2011
  6. ISS construction phase 1998 - 2010
  7. ISS expeditions 2000 - 2017
  8. ISS expeditions 2018 - tbd
  9. Other Space Flights, year 2000 and up
Go, go forward Richie!!!

RichieB16
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posted 02-11-2020 11:04 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for RichieB16   Click Here to Email RichieB16     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I really appreciate all the positive feedback. It makes me very happy that this project is being enjoyed by so many people.

Here are the cards for 2008.

In 2008, we saw the Space Shuttle fly four times. These flights rotated the third ISS crewmember, continued the station construction, and resupplied the station. Each shuttle flew during 2008 including two flights by Endeavour.

A pair of Soyuz TMA missions also flew to rotate ISS crews and deliver a pair of spaceflight participants to the station.

Also, 2008 saw the third manned flight of the Chinese space program which included their largest crew to date and their first EVA.

Here are the cards for 2008:

#321 STS-122

#322 STS-123

#323 Soyuz TMA-12

#324 ISS Expedition 17

#325 STS-124

#326 Shenzhou VII

#327 Soyuz TMA-13

#328 ISS Expedition 18

#329 STS-126

I hope you enjoyed 2008. Stay tuned for the 2009 cards soon.

perineau
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posted 02-11-2020 12:01 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for perineau   Click Here to Email perineau     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Sure did - looking forward to 2009! Have you thought about how (or if) you're going to handle the Chinese Tiangong space station missions?

RichieB16
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I'm going to do it the same way I did for the Salyut flights. With the station itself having its own card and then each mission having its own card.

Full disclosure, I'm actually several years ahead of this project. So, Tiangong-1 is already done, I'm just spacing out the releases. The cards I just posted today were completed back in October.

RichieB16
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posted 02-18-2020 10:59 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for RichieB16   Click Here to Email RichieB16     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Today I will post the 2009 cards and to be honest, 2009 is a year I have been looking forward to sharing for months. It is a year where I got to be a little more creative and do something new. So, here we go.

2009 was a very busy year in space. The shuttle flew 5 missions (2 for Discovery and Atlantis and one for Endeavour). This included the only post-Columbia mission for the shuttle that did not fly to the ISS. STS-125 would service the Hubble Space Telescope for the final time and as a result, Endeavour would be stacked and rolled out for a rescue mission if needed.

The four shuttle flights to the station continued to expand the orbital outpost and rotate single ISS crewmembers. The final ISS crewmember rotated by the shuttle returned to Earth onboard STS-129.

2009 saw the ISS crew size increase from three to six. As a result, additional Soyuz missions were flown. Four Soyuz missions launched in 2009.

2009 also saw the first ISS mission to be commanded by an astronaut not from the U.S. or Russia. As a result, the ISS Expedition 21 card has a unique look to reflect that.

Finally, the Poisk Module (MRM-2) was launched by Russia in 2009 and docked to the station. This added an additional docking port to allow for the increase in Soyuz and Progress launches to accommodate the new crew size.

Here are the cards for 2009:

#330 STS-119

#331 Soyuz TMA-14

#332 ISS Expedition 19

#333 STS-125

#334 STS-400

#335 Soyuz TMA-15

#336 ISS Expedition 20

#337 STS-127

#338 STS-128

#339 Soyuz TMA-16

#340 ISS Expedition 21

#341 Poisk

#342 STS-129

#343 ISS Expedition 22

#344 Soyuz TMA-17

I hope you enjoyed the 2009 cards. I personally really like how the ISS-21 card turned out. Stay tuned for 2010.

perineau
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posted 02-18-2020 11:59 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for perineau   Click Here to Email perineau     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Great work as always! I hadn't thought about STS-400, but wasn't there a STS-300 standby mission beforehand?

RichieB16
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The STS-300 missions were Launch on Need (LON) missions designed to rescue shuttle crews stranded on the ISS. None were ever needed and due to the amount of time a crew could stay on the station, none were stacked or rolled out.

Because of that, I decided not to include them in the cards. I do make reference to it on the STS-400 card though.

perineau
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posted 02-19-2020 06:43 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for perineau   Click Here to Email perineau     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Thanks for the info!

RichieB16
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posted 03-25-2020 09:43 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for RichieB16   Click Here to Email RichieB16     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I hope everyone reading his is healthy and safe. I apologize for it being so long since I posted my last round but in the last few weeks I have been dealing with my business and the affects on it from this virus. So, I haven't had much time to work on this project.

Today, I will post the cards for 2010.

2010 saw three shuttle flights, the penultimate flight for each shuttle. The shuttle would deliver a pair of new modules and resupply the station during these missions.

Additionally, we would see four ISS Expeditions begin in 2010 and the launch of three Soyuz missions to crew the station. The first launch of the upgraded Soyuz TMA-M also occurred in 2010.

Here are the cards:

#345 STS-130

#346 ISS Expedition 23

#347 Soyuz TMA-18

#348 STS-131

#349 STS-132

#350 ISS Expedition 24

#351 Soyuz TMA-19

#352 ISS Expedition 25

#353 Soyuz TMA-01M

#354 ISS Expedition 26

I hope you enjoyed these and will post 2011 next.

perineau
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posted 03-25-2020 10:46 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for perineau   Click Here to Email perineau     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Amazing work - as always!

RichieB16
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posted 03-26-2020 09:46 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for RichieB16   Click Here to Email RichieB16     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
It was pointed out to me that Soyuz TMA-20 was a 2010 mission, and that is correct. Somehow, that card got put in my 2011 folder.

So, here it is:

#355 Soyuz TMA-20

SkyMan1958
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Looking good!

Philip
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posted 04-02-2020 11:00 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Philip   Click Here to Email Philip     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Great choice of rarely seen photos in some of these cards!

LM1
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posted 04-03-2020 11:55 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for LM1   Click Here to Email LM1     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Great series!

RichieB16
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I'm glad you guys are liking these. I'm trying to find unique photos that don't feel repetitive.

Here are the cards for 2011.

2011 saw the end of the Space Shuttle Program after flying in space for 30 years. Each shuttle flew one final flight to the ISS and then the program concluded.

The ISS saw four different expeditions take place during 2011 supported by four Soyuz missions. This included the final flight of the Soyuz TMA.

Finally, China launched their first space station in 2011 becoming only the third nation to independently do so.

Here are the cards, I hope you enjoy them.

#356 STS-133

#357 ISS Expedition 27

#358 Soyuz TMA-21

#359 STS-134

#360 ISS Expedition 28

#361 Soyuz TMA-02M

#362 STS-135

#363 ISS Expedition 29

#364 Tiangong-1

#365 Soyuz TMA-22

#366 ISS Expedition 30

#367 Soyuz TMA-03M

Up next I will post 2012. Thanks for looking!

perineau
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posted 04-04-2020 11:45 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for perineau   Click Here to Email perineau     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Great job as always! Although it's still a few years in the future (2018-2019), how are you going to handle the SpaceShipTwo flights — spaceflight? Not a space flight? This could start a whole debate!

RichieB16
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I haven't gotten quite that far into the set yet (the card I am working on right now is Soyuz MS-07 so I am getting close). My plan is to create a card for each of those two flights as they did achieve an altitude that qualifies for US Astronaut wings. So, they will be similar to the non-Karman line X-15 flights in that they get a card but the crew does not get a (number) after their name for a spaceflight.

If you go back and look at the X-15 cards, only two flights featured the pilot's name with a number after it signifying a spaceflight above the Karman Line.

I'm glad you like the project so far!

perineau
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posted 04-05-2020 03:57 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for perineau   Click Here to Email perineau     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I do indeed! Another question that came to mind — the Mars 500 simulation, not a spaceflight, but perhaps an important step on the way to Mars.

RichieB16
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posted 04-05-2020 10:04 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for RichieB16   Click Here to Email RichieB16     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I decided to avoid things like the Mars 500 simulation because it didn't directly support an actual program. Unlike tests like SMEAT, which did directly support a program.

perineau
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posted 04-06-2020 01:54 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for perineau   Click Here to Email perineau     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Fair enough!

RichieB16
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Today I will post the cards for 2012.

2012 was the first year of the on-going (but soon to be ending...hopefully) period of no US based manned flights.

During 2012, we saw four different ISS Expeditions rotated by four Soyuz TMA-M flights. Additionally, the Chinese flew their first manned space station mission.

So, here they are:

#368 ISS Expedition 31

#369 Soyuz TMA-04M

#370 Shenzhou IX

#371 ISS Expedition 32

#372 Soyuz TMA-05M

#373 ISS Expedition 33

#374 Soyuz TMA-06M

#375 ISS Expedition 34

#376 Soyuz TMA-07M

I hope you enjoyed them. I will post 2013 next!!!

perineau
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posted 04-13-2020 01:30 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for perineau   Click Here to Email perineau     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Fabulous job - much better than Pokemon cards!!!

RichieB16
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posted 04-17-2020 07:42 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for RichieB16   Click Here to Email RichieB16     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I'm really glad you like the cards so far. Today was kind of a bittersweet day for me with this project. After a year and a half (started it in November of 2018), I finally got the set up to date. As it sits, it's 442 cards. I do plan to do additional cards as new missions conclude, but this was a wonderful 18 month educational process for me and I'm gonna miss it. I'm proud of what I have assembled, but I'm a little sad it's done.

So, with that in mind, today I will post the 2013 cards.

I'm planning on doing a post each week until it's up to date and then post new cards as missions conclude.

2013 saw four ISS Expeditions as well as four Soyuz flights to rotate the crews. This includes ISS Expedition 35 which was the first spaceflight commanded by a Canadian. In addition, China flew their second and final manned mission to the Tiangong-1 station.

So, here is 2013. I hope you enjoy them.

#377 ISS Expedition 35

#378 Soyuz TMA-08M

#379 ISS Expedition 36

#380 Soyuz TMA-09M

#381 Shenzhou X

#382 ISS Expedition 37

#383 Soyuz TMA-10M

#384 Soyuz TMA-11M

#385 ISS Expedition 38

perineau
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Great work as usual!

But you say "it's done"? With Dragon launching next month, followed by Starliner probably next year, followed by Orion missions, commercial flights on the horizon with SpaceShipTwo and perhaps Blue Origin, ongoing Soyuz flights, and who knows what from the Chinese, well as Batman used to say: "this looks like a job for..."!

RichieB16
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posted 04-19-2020 09:22 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for RichieB16   Click Here to Email RichieB16     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Perhaps "done" was the wrong word, but there will certainly be a change in my routine.

This set has had a major impact on my life. It has been a daily thing for nearly 18 months. I created 442 cards in 532 days. That's 5.8 cards per week. I did very little work on weekends when home with my family, so really it was like a card per day.

I worked on this project in the gaps between patients and during my lunch break. It has been a very active part of my life and I've loved doing it because I learned so much and the members here enjoyed it.

Going forward, it's going to be a much less involved effort.

Currently, Soyuz MS-16 and ISS Expedition 63 are happening. Those will be the next two cards in the set as I create them in order based on the beginning of the mission. But, they won't be finished until the fall (and the MS-16 front is already done).

We have the Crew Dragon SpX-DM2 mission coming up. So, that will be a third new card. But for the rest of the calendar year, there might be three more to start (USCV-1, Soyuz MS-17, and ISS Expedition 64) and none of those will finish this year.

Yes, it will be an ongoing project that I look forward to, but the daily impact this has had on my life is over. That's gonna be strange.

perineau
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Might I suggest doing cards about people? When I think of the Mercury 7 for example, each of them had an extraordinary story to tell. Or maybe a series by astronaut class - for instance the "next 9" were an interesting bunch with radically different destinies. Or why not women in space? Just a couple of random thoughts...

RichieB16
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I might do a set of people at some point. I think that would be down the road though. If I did that, I'd probably want to be as vast as possible and include early unknown Soviet Cosmonauts and such. It might be an interesting project at some point.

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Richie. You've put in an extraordinary effort into this project and without your efforts, we're the poorer for it.

In other words, do as you wish.

RichieB16
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OK. Today I will post 2014. I apologize that it was two weeks since my last release, but getting my business reopened following all these shutdowns has consumed all of my free time.

So, 2014 saw the continued International presence on the ISS. Four expeditions occurred in 2014 (including the first space mission with a Japanese commander). We also saw the first Russian woman to live on the ISS. During 2014, four Soyuz TMA-M missions were flown to rotate station crewmembers.

2014 also brought us tragedy. The first built SpaceShipTwo vehicle was lost during its fourth powered flight test resulting in the death of one crewmember and the other being left severely injured.

Incidentally, there is a great ISS Tour video available in YouTube conducted by Steven Swanson. This was done during ISS Expedition 40.

So, here is 2014. I hope you enjoy them:

#386 ISS Expedition 39

#387 Soyuz TMA-12M

#388 ISS Expedition 40

#389 Soyuz TMA-13M

#390 ISS Expedition 41

#391 Soyuz TMA-14M

#392 SpaceShipTwo Flight PF04

#393 ISS Expedition 42

#394 Soyuz TMA-15M

I'll be posting 2015 next!

perineau
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Great work as usual and a very nice touch to include SpaceShipTwo accident - we must never forget those who gave their lives.

RichieB16
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So, I'm really sorry for the delay in posting 2015. My life has been super busy these last few weeks but I promise I haven't forgotten.

So, today I will post 2015.

2015 was a year with all manned spaceflight totally devoted to the ISS. The year would see four launches of the Soyuz TMA-M to rotate the crews through the four ISS Expeditions. 2015 also saw the start of the One-Year Mission. In addition, NASA attempted to take the first step in upgrading the U.S. Segment to receive manned commercial crew vehicles by adapting the PMA-2 docking port to the modern international standard. However, the International Docking Adapter (IDA-1) was lost during launch.

So, here are card for 2015:

#395 ISS Expedition 43

#396 Soyuz TMA-16M

#397 One-Year Mission

#398 ISS Expedition 44

#399 IDA-1

#400 Soyuz TMA-17M

#401 Soyuz TMA-18M

#402 ISS Expedition 45

#403 ISS Expedition 46

#404 Soyuz TMA-19M

I hope you enjoyed them. I will post 2016 next!

perineau
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Great job! You'll have to start thinking about Crew Dragon!

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Yeah. The front for DM-2 is already done. I went with a launch photo but I might change up which one. Obviously, until they land I won't be able to complete the info on the back.

I also have ISS Expedition 63 going. I think I want to try and find a nice photo of the STS-135 flag being given to Doug Hurley for that one.

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OK. My life has been chaos the last month and I just haven't gotten online to post any of the 2016 designs. So, today I will post 2016.

2016 saw four Russian launches to rotate crew-members on the ISS. This included the final launch of the Soyuz TMA-M spacecraft and the first launch of the updated Soyuz MS.

We also saw some minor expansion of the US Orbital Segment in 2016 with the arrival/installation of the BEAM and the first IDA to reach the station.

Additionally, China launched their second space station and flew their only manned mission to it in 2016.

So, here are the cards:

#405 ISS Expedition 47

#406 Soyuz TMA-20M

#407 BEAM

#408 ISS Expedition 48

#409 Soyuz MS-01

#410 IDA-2

#411 ISS Expedition 49

#412 Tiangong-2

#413 Shenzhou XI

#414 Soyuz MS-02

#415 ISS Expedition 50

#416 Soyuz MS-03

I hope you enjoyed them. 2017 will be up next!

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As usual, very good job. Interesting "BEAM" and "IDA." Hopefully they won't wait that long for the 2017 set.

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Great work as always, especially with the ISS development.


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