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Cox—Space Station—Yellow—CabinCox—Space Station—Yellow—CabinMaker: Cox
Model: Space Station
Size: 11 inches
Disc Color: Yellow
Lettering/Hot Stamp: Black: Explorer II, United States
Date Introduced: 1969
Number Produced:
Period of Manufacture: Late 1960s
Special Notes: Highly detailed cabin with astronauts is hand-painted and has decals on instrument panels, snap-on clear observation dome. Very rare.
Contributor(s): Phil Kennedy

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Here's a bright idea. A number of discs come with built-in lights for nighttime fun. Early on several AAA batteries were needed to power up the wee bulbs which were usually housed in nacelles accessed by removing several screws.

Later models take advantage of energy saving L.E.D. lights requiring the use of tiny button batteries. Some discs which have attached glo-sticks are used primarily for night Disc Golf.

If you are storing any of these in your collection, be sure to remove the batteries first so they won't corrode over time and ruin your disc.
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