NASA Vector (Official Size)
This emblem is NASA's second official insignia. It is now also the official, having replaced the NASA worm design. It is nearly identical to the design used during all the Mercury flights, as early as the Gemini 3 mission a slight change was made. Matching Lapel Pin The diameter of the center of the patch is approximately 3 inches. The red vector extends roughly ⅞ inch outside to the right and ¼ inch to the left.
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NASA Apollo 11 Embroidered 4" Mission Patch - Yellow Border
NASA Apollo 11 Embroidered 4 Mission Patch - Yellow Border - From Original Artwork Mission Objective The primary objective of Apollo 11 was to
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Apollo 11: " The last 10 miles were on us! " Lunar Module (LEM) Moon landing, July 20, 1969, P.J. Weisgerber artist
On July 20, 1969, NASA's Apollo 11 Lunar Module "The Eagle " landed men on the moon for the first time. The Eagle was gently lowered to the lunar surface by the TRW-built Lunar Module Descent Engine (LMDE). Six LMDE's landed modules on the moon. LMDE also thrust the aborted Apollo 13 and its crew into a safe return trajectory. Advertisement from: TRW Space and Technology Group. TRW Inc. 1989. Published in the magazine "" Apollo 11: It was 20 years ago today "(Final Frontier, July…
The Apollo 17 mission marked the sixth successful lunar landing and return flight as well as the last flight of the Apollo Program. The flight to the Moon was near routine and the Lunar Module "Challenger" landed at Tarus-Littrow on December 11 at 2:00 PM EST. During three traverses with the Lunar Roving Vehicle, astronauts Cernan and Schmitt stopped at numerous pre-Planned points to conduct geological observations and to collect rock samples while astronaut Evans operated scientific…