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Vintage Soviet Space Capsule Sold For Record $2.9M 24

Posted by CmdrTaco
from the seems-a-little-cramped dept.
abednegoyulo writes "A vintage Vostok space capsule is headed back to its homeland with its new Russian owner, who bought the relic of the early days of human spaceflight for nearly $2.9 million during Sotheby's auction Tuesday. 'It surpasses Sotheby's own sale in 1996 of a more modern Russian Soyuz capsule for $1.6 million,' Pearlman added. 'That spacecraft, purchased by Ross Perot's foundation, is now on loan and displayed at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC.'" Best treehouse ever.
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Vintage Soviet Space Capsule Sold For Record $2.9M

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