R.D.R. stands for Ram Deflector Rocket. R.D.R. offers an education, entertaining look at the space shuttle mission to young readers. In mans haste to win the space race to the moon and stars he set up on himself a fearsome problem that now faces him in the future, uncontrollable "space junk" and "space debris". This fictional machines prevent space junk orbiting high in the sky circling the Earth every twenty-four hours, for these were once hi-tech during their time, but they are now broken down space vehicle, antennas, abandoned live-in platform stations, pressure chambers, old rocket boosters, space labories, satellite and other abandoned space equipment - some small and some large, from colliding with the space shuttles, space stations or falling to Earth in a populated areas. This powerful vehicle also pushes dangerous "space junk" and "space debris" futher out to a Space Junkyard out in space, deflects them from other working equipments or even pushes it toward the oceans of Earth.
After many years of living with the fear that space debris might collide with the space shuttle, space stations. and other space items or fall to earth in a populated area, man made something to combat the space junk problem. They called this incredible machine R.D.R. Ram Deflector Rocket.
R.D.R. Save The Astronauts, teaches children about this amazing fictional space machine with an engaging story. R.D.R. proves that he is useful for more than cleaning up "space junk" and "space debris" when a shuttle with a crew aboard get into trouble on a mission. The shuttle is damage in a meteor shower and began to plummet though space toward the atmosphere. After trying many methods to save the crew, Space Central was panicking .... until R.D.R. register on the radar. Space Central call was sent to R.D.R. to see what he could do. At great risking to his own destruction, .R.D.R. rush to the shuttle to see if he could take them aboard. So thus began the adventures of "R.D.R. Save the Astronauts".