Russia: 1st satellite in space (10XP), 1st dog in space (5XP), 1st man in space (25XP), 1st woman in space (15XP), 1st satellite into interplanetary space (10XP), 1st satellite to pass the moon (15XP), 1st satellite to land on the moon (20XP), 1st spacewalk (25XP) 1st turtles to go around the moon (15XP), 1st satellite to land on venus (10XP), 1st space station (15XP)
America: 1st ship-to-ship rendevous in space (20XP), 1st ship-to-ship docking in space (20XP), 1st manned orbit of the moon (50XP), 1st manned landing on the moon (100XP), 1st deep space rescue (101XP), 1st satellite to land on mars (10XP), 1st interstellar satellite (30XP), 1st reusable spaceship (20XP)
How do you figure? And I'm slightly offended that the first man in space was worth 25 points, but that the first woman in space was worth ten points less. >:/ The first spacewalk should be worth more points than the first manned orbit of the moon. Spacewalking is pretty damn hard, and while riding in a rocket isn't easy (what with all of the controls and such) it requires less physically tiring activity that walking in the vacuum that is space. In order to spacewalk, one must be able to control their trajectory in mid-air, with zero friction to help. When orbiting the moon, you flip a few switches and press a few buttons, like playing Guitar Hero. It rather amuses me that the highest point value you used for Russia was twenty-five, while America's high was 101. I mean, I agree that America won. Just... not by that much. Point-wise, they would have been nearly tied. Okay, I'm done with my ranting.