Clue 1


Hard to type a logo. Better figure out what it means.




Clue 2


The context of the card may help.




Solution


This is the logo for the Russian government space program, commonly known as Roscosmos.




Clue 3


Try searching for terms related to the subject matter.




Clue 4


Seems to have to do with Russia and space travel.





Clue 1


Hmmm, it's all Greek to me! Well, not actually Greek...




Clue 2


You've got a couple things going on here, but it's all Russian.




Solution


The text translates to "You should ask me about" and the numbers translate to 12-1-9-11-1 which is alphanumeric for Laika.




Clue 3


Looks like both a word and a number on each stamp.




Clue 4


Better decode the whole thing.





Clue 1


Hard to type a logo. Better figure out what it means.




Clue 2


The context of the card may help.




Solution


This is the logo for the Russian government space program, commonly known as Roscosmos.




Clue 3


Try searching for terms related to the subject matter.




Clue 4


Seems to have to do with Russia and space travel.





Clue 1


It looks familiar... but also wrong.




Clue 2


Be sure and count your dimensions if you're not sure what it looks familiar to...




Solution


This one is a classic spun on its head. It's braille, but inverted, so it's a little trickier to solve. The text tells you to look at what's not there, which is how you'll decode it to: "She lives with him in Atsagat."




Clue 3


Maybe there's a clue nearby to help.




Clue 4


The text feels like it's saying something subtle...





Clue 1


First, can you read the central word?




Clue 2


Notice both what it is and what the text is telling you.




Solution


The word itself is 'Password' but that's not what you need. Notice that it's identical no matter with way you orient it, and the other text reinforces that this kind of word can be read both ways.

This kind of word is an ambigram.




Clue 3


What kind of word is this?





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