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Official NASA Vector Logo

Official NASA Vector Logo

The Vector logo is the official and original NASA logo created in 1959 and revived in 1992. Nicknamed the 'meatball,? the sphere represents a planet, the stars represent space, the red vector represents aeronautics & the orbit represents space travel. 3 inches








Apollo Missions Patch Set

Apollo Missions Patch Set

A complete set of 12 official Apollo Mission patches, plus the official Apollo Program patch.Project Apollo was a series of human spaceflight missions undertaken by the United States of America (NASA) using the Apollo spacecraft and Saturn launch vehicle, conducted during the years 1961 ? 1975. It was devoted to the goal (in U.S. President John F. Kennedy's famous words) of "landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth" within the decade of the 1960s. This goal was achieved with the Apollo 11 mission in July 1969.The program continued into the early 1970's to carry out the initial hands-on scientific exploration of the Moon, with a total of six successful landings. As of 2007, there has not been any further human spaceflight beyond low earth orbit. The later Skylab program and the joint American-Soviet Apollo-Soyuz Test Project used equipment originally produced for Apollo, and are often considered to be part of the overall program.








Shuttle Missions Patch Set

Shuttle Missions Patch Set

A complete set of official Shuttle Mission patches including the Shuttle Program Patch. This set includes all STS Patches from all flown STS missions.








NASA Vector Logo Pin

NASA Vector Logo Pin

Show your NASA colors by wearing this NASA Vector logo pin. Approx. 1 inch in diameter.








Space Shuttle Pilot Pin

Space Shuttle Pilot Pin

click image for larger image Your Young Astronaut has probably already flown several make believe Missions in our Galaxy. What better to wear for all future Missions, than our new Shuttle Pilot Pin?Once pinned to their shirt or Space Shuttle Launch and Entry Suit ,they will be ready to be at the controls, as the Shuttle Pilot!Approximately 2" long, 1" wide Gold Color Pin, with Black Lettering NASA Meatball Logo








STS-120 Mission Pin

STS-120 Mission Pin

STS-120 is the 23rd shuttle mission to the International Space Station, and will launch an Italian-built U.S. multi-port module for the station.Retired Air Force Col. Pamela A. Melroy will command the STS-120 mission to take the Node 2 connecting module to the station. Melroy, a veteran shuttle pilot, is the second woman to command a shuttle. Marine Corps Col. George D. Zamka will serve as pilot. The flight's mission specialists will be Scott E. Parazynski, Army Col. Douglas H. Wheelock, Stephanie D. Wilson and Paolo A. Nespoli, a European Space Agency astronaut from Italy. Zamka, Wheelock and Nespoli will be making their first spaceflight.Expedition 15/16 Flight Engineer Clayton Anderson will return to Earth from the space station aboard shuttle mission STS-120. That flight will carry his replacement, Daniel Tani, to the station. Tani will return on shuttle mission STS-122.STS-120 Crew:Pamela Melroy (3) - Commander George D. Zamka (1) - Pilot Scott E. Parazynski (5) - Mission Specialist 1 Stephanie Wilson (2) - Mission Specialist 2 Douglas H. Wheelock (1) - Mission Specialist 3 Paolo A. Nespoli (1) - Mission Specialist 4 - Italy ESA Daniel M. Tani (2) - ISS Flight EngineerLaunch Target: Oct. 23, 2007Orbiter: DiscoveryMission Number: STS-120 (120th space shuttle flight)Launch Pad: 39AMission Duration: 13 daysLanding Site: KSCInclination/Altitude: 51.6 degrees/122 nautical milesPrimary Payload: 23rd station flight (10A), U.S. Node 2








STS-122 Mission Lapel Pin

STS-122 Mission Lapel Pin

STS-122 Mission Lapel PinA veteran space flier, Navy Cmdr. Stephen N. Frick, will command the STS-122 shuttle mission to deliver the European Space Agency's Columbus Laboratory to the International Space Station. Navy Cmdr. Alan G. Poindexter will serve as pilot. Mission specialists include Air Force Col. Rex J. Walheim, Stanley G. Love, Leland D. Melvin and European Space Agency astronaut Hans Schlegel. Poindexter, Love and Melvin will be making their first spaceflight.Expedition 16 Flight Engineer Daniel Tani, who is set to fly to the space station on the STS-120 mission, will return home with the STS-122 crew. STS-122 will deliver European Space Agency astronaut Léopold Eyharts to the complex.STS-122 is the 24th shuttle mission to the International Space Station.Launch Target: Dec. 6, 2007Orbiter: AtlantisMission Number: STS-122 (121st space shuttle flight)Launch Window: 10 minutesLaunch Pad: 39AMission Duration: TBDLanding Site: KSCInclination/Altitude: 51.6 degrees/122 nautical milesPrimary Payload: 24th station flight (1E), Columbus Laboratory