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Source for space history, space artifacts, and space memorabilia. Learn where astronauts will appear, browse collecting guides, and read original space history-related daily reports.

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A selection of awe-inspiring NASA Mars posters, printed on premium 200gsm satin paper. Please use the dropdown menu to select the artwork you want, to ensure the correct version is added to your basket.

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This fully embroidered patch is only one of two triangular shaped designs of the entire official NASA collection.It features the Space Shuttle in its pre-launch configuration.The simple, yet elegant design symbolizes US space exploration achievements from 1981-2011. The Space Shuttle program was the fourth human spaceflight program carried out by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, which accomplished routine transportation for Earth-to-orbit crew and cargo from 1981 to 2011

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Description: This set of four¬†art prints comes from photography taken of NASA space equipment use on various missions is the perfect home decor for any room of your house.¬†High quality, fade resistant ink for long lasting beauty. Printed on ultra-premium, heavy, bright-white presentation paper to produce vivid images on a durable medium. This is a set of four prints only¬†, the frames are not¬†included.¬† Material: Ultra-Premium Presentation Paper, Aqueous Inkjet Ink Sizes: 4 x 6 Inches5 x…

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This specimen is a fragment of the black, reaction cured glass coating of the HRSI Space Shuttle Tile which appears in the Fourth Edition of the Mini Museum. NASA disposition paperwork accompanying the tile indicates it was removed after the Space Shuttle Columbia’s 7th mission, STS-61-C, which flew on January 12, 1986. As pictured, the item is roughly the size of a standard Mini Museum specimen (4-5mm). The glass coating is very thin, so for protection, this item will be enclosed in an…

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The Vision for Space Exploration is the United States space policy announced on January 14, 2004 by U.S. President George W. Bush. It is seen as a response to the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster, the state of human spaceflight at NASA, and a way to regain public enthusiasm for space exploration.The Vision calls for the space program to:Complete the International Space Station by 2010 Retire the Space Shuttle by 2010 Develop the Orion spacecraft (formerly known as the Crew Exploration…

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