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Europeans in space - Tintin and Captain Haddock. (Models loaned by the Belgian consulate.)
Welcome to the Moon, Mr. Armstrong - Our Belgian friends remind us who got there first (and note the comment bottom right about Steven Spielberg working on a Tintin film).
This old copy of Amazing was pretty much spot on about what a space capsule would be like. (From the Maison d'Ailleurs collection).
The Magician - one of François Junod's automatons.
The Insides - Look, no electronics, it is all done with cams and gears. (The birds in the magic trick are hidden inside the table, but as a real magician would do it.)
François Junod and Patrick Gyger.
From the left: Greg Bear, Patrick Gyger,
and Rudy Rucker.
Rudy Rucker, Terry Bisson and Greg Bear.
The Killer Bs capture an astronaut - Greg Bear, Claude Nicollier, Greg Benford and David Brin.
Richard Kornfeld makes a point to Kim Stanley Robinson, Greg Bear, Terry Bisson and Greg Benford.
Space Stations, then and now.
Space Suits - The collection of magazine covers wouldn't be complete without a half-naked woman.