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  • STS-41B Mission Patch

    The mission featured the first untethered spacewalks, which were performed by astronauts McCandless and Stewart using Manned Maneuvering Units (MMU). WESTAR-VI and PALAPA-B2 satellites were deployed, but failure of the PAM-D rocket motors left them in improper low-earth orbits. 10th Space Shuttle Mission 4th Flight of Challenger Crew: Vance D. Brand, Commander Robert L. Gibson, Pilot Bruce McCandless II, Mission Specialist Ronald E. McNair, Mission Specialist Robert L. Stewart, Mission Specialist

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  • STS-8 Mission Patch

    INSAT-1B, a multipurpose Indian satellite, was deployed using a PAM-D solid rocket motor. 8th Space Shuttle Mission 3rd Flight of Challenger Crew: Richard H. Truly, Commander Daniel G. Brandenstein, Pilot Dale A. Gardner, Mission Specialist Guion S. Bluford, Jr., Mission Specialist William E. Thornton, Mission Specialist. Guion S. Bluford became the first African-American to fly in space.

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  • STS-6 Mission Patch

    6th Space Shuttle Mission 1st Flight of Challenger Crew: Paul J. Weitz, Commander Karol J. Bobko, Pilot Donald H. Peterson, Mission Specialist F. Story Musgrave, Mission Specialist. The primary payload, NASA's Tracking and Data Relay Satellite-1 (TDRS-1) was deployed. A malfunction of the satellite's Inertial Upper Stage (IUS) booster resulted in placement of the craft in an improper but stable orbit.

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  • STS-118 Mission Patch

    ISS Assembly mission ISS-13A.1 also known as STS-118 is scheduled for an estimated launch date of June 2007. This flight will be the first for Barbara Morgan, a former teacher from Idaho, who was friends with Christa McAulliffe who died in the Challenger accident. STS-118 will feature the SPACEHAB Single Module and ICC as the shuttle resupplies the ISS. CREW: Mission Commander: Scott Kelly Pilot: Charles Hobaugh Mission Specialist: Rick Mastracchio Mission Specialist: David Williams (CSA) Mission

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  • STS-61A Space Shuttle Challenger Mission Patch

    STS-61A Space Shuttle Challenger Mission Patch STS-61A Space Shuttle Challenger Mission Patch : The Space Shop at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Item #: 1807 Reviews : STS -61A the first dedicated German Spacelab. The space shuttle mission focused on basic and applied microgravity research in fields of materials science, life sciences and technology, and communications and navigation.

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  • NASA Space Shuttle Challenger Mission Patch

    NASA Space Shuttle Challenger Mission Patch Mission Patch for Space Shuttle Challenger's 1986 Mission STS-51L A School Teacher was one of the 7 crew members Launch Date: January 28th, 1986 Space Shuttle destroyed 1 minutes and 13 seconds after liftoff SIZE: 3 inches in Diameter Great Collector's Item or Gift Idea NASA's Space Shuttle Program began in 1981 and ended in 2011. Five Space Shuttles flew a total of 135 Flights. The NASA fleet included Space Shuttle Atlantis, Space Shuttle Discovery, Space Shuttle

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  • STS-8 Mission Patch

    STS-8 Mission Patch MP08 Description 8th Space Shuttle Mission3rd Flight of Challenger Crew:Richard H. Truly, CommanderDaniel G. Brandenstein, PilotDale A. Gardner, Mission SpecialistGuion S. Bluford, Jr., Mission SpecialistWilliam E. Thornton, Mission Specialist. Guion S. Bluford became the first African-American to fly in space. INSAT-1B, a multipurpose Indian satellite, was deployed using a PAM-D solid rocket motor. Be sure to see the 'special' patch created by the crew of this mission -

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  • NASA 100th Space Shuttle Mission Commemorative Patch

    NASA 100th Space Shuttle Mission Commemorative Patch Commemorative Patch for the NASA Space Shuttle Program NASA Space Shuttle Program 1981 - 2011 30 Years of Missions Space Shuttle Discovery - 100th Mission (STS-92) on October 11th 2000. SIZE: 3 inches in Diameter Great Collector's Item, Gift Idea or Accessory to an Astronaut Halloween Costume BACKGROUND: NASA's Space Shuttle Program began in 1981 and ended in 2011. Five Space Shuttles flew a total of 135 Flights. The NASA fleet included Space Shuttle

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  • STS-51B Mission Patch

    STS-51B Mission Patch MP51B Description 17th Space Shuttle Mission7th Flight of Challenger Crew:Robert F. Overmyer, CommanderFrederick D. Gregory, PilotDon L. Lind, Mission SpecialistNorman E. Thagard, Mission SpecialistWilliam E. Thornton, Mission SpecialistLodewijk van den Berg, Payload SpecialistTaylor G. Wang, Payload Specialist The mission's primary payload was Spacelab-3. This was the first operational flight for the Spacelab orbital laboratory series developed by the European Space Agency (ESA).

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  • STS-41G Mission Patch

    STS-41G Mission Patch MP41G Description 13th Space Shuttle Mission6th Flight of Challenger Crew:Robert L. Crippen, CommanderJon A. McBride, PilotDavid C. Leestma, Mission SpecialistSally K. Ride, Mission SpecialistKathryn D. Sullivan, Mission SpecialistPaul D. Scully-Power, Payload SpecialistMarc Garneau, Payload Specialist This was the first space flight to include two women. Astronaut Sullivan became the first woman to walk in space.

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  • STS-6 Mission Patch

    STS-6 Mission Patch MP06 Description 6th Space Shuttle Mission1st Flight of Challenger Crew:Paul J. Weitz, CommanderKarol J. Bobko, PilotDonald H. Peterson, Mission SpecialistF. Story Musgrave, Mission Specialist The primary payload, NASA's Tracking and Data Relay Satellite-1 (TDRS-1) was deployed. A malfunction of the satellite's Inertial Upper Stage (IUS) booster resulted in placement of the craft in an improper but stable orbit.

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  • STS-51F Mission Patch

    STS-51F Mission Patch MP51F Description Primary objective of the Spacelab-2 mission was to verify the performance of Spacelab's systems and to determine its interface capability with the Space Shuttle vehicle. 4 inches. 19th Space Shuttle Mission8th Flight of Challenger Crew:C. Gordon Fullerton, CommanderRoy D. Bridges, Jr., PilotF. Story Musgrave, Mission SpecialistKarl G. Henize, Mission SpecialistAnthony W. England, Mission SpecialistLoren W. Acton, Payload SpecialistJohn -David F. Bartoe, Payload

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  • Expedition 14 Mission Patch

    Expedition 14 Mission Patch MPEXP14 Description Introducing the International Space Station's Expedition 14 crew emblem. The Roman numeral XIV suspended above the Earth against the black background of space symbolizes the 14th long-duration mission to the outpost. The five stars honor the astronauts and cosmonauts of missions Apollo 1, Soyuz 1, Soyuz 11, Challenger, and Columbia, who gave their lives in the pursuit of knowledge and discovery.A veteran crew will fly aboard the International Space Station

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  • STS-41B Mission Patch

    STS-41B Mission Patch MP41B Description 10th Space Shuttle Mission4th Flight of Challenger Crew:Vance D. Brand, CommanderRobert L. Gibson, PilotBruce McCandless II, Mission SpecialistRonald E. McNair, Mission SpecialistRobert L. Stewart, Mission Specialist The mission featured the first untethered spacewalks, which were performed by astronauts McCandless and Stewart using Manned Maneuvering Units (MMU). WESTAR-VI and PALAPA-B2 satellites were deployed, but failure of the PAM-D rocket motors left them in

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  • STS-118 Mission Patch (updated with Drew)

    STS-118 Mission Patch (updated with Drew ) MP118 Description ISS Assembly mission ISS-13A.1 also known as STS-118 is scheduled for an estimated launch date of June 2007. This flight will be the first for Barbara Morgan, a former teacher from Idaho, who was friends with Christa McAulliffe who died in the Challenger accident. STS-118 will feature the SPACEHAB Single Module and ICC as the shuttle resupplies the ISS. Mission: STS-118 Educator and STS-118 Mission Specialist Barbara Morgan signs the Columbia

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  • STS-51L Mission Patch

    25th Space Shuttle Mission10th Flight of Challenger Crew:Francis R. Scobee, CommanderMichael J. Smith, PilotJudith A. Resnik, Mission SpecialistEllison S. Onizuka, Mission SpecialistRonald E. McNair, Mission SpecialistSharon Christa McAuliffe, Teacher in SpaceGregory B. Jarvis, Payload Specialist The mission featured America's "Teacher in Space" Sharon Christa McAuliffe. McAuliffe was scheduled to teach lessons from space which would be distributed live via satellite to schools throughout the world. The

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  • NASA Space Shuttle Challenger Mission Patch

    A School Teacher was one of the 7 crew members. Space Shuttle destroyed 1 minutes and 13 seconds after liftoff

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  • NASA Space Shuttle Challenger Mission Patch

    A School Teacher was one of the 7 crew members. Space Shuttle destroyed 1 minutes and 13 seconds after liftoff

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  • STS-51B Mission Patch

    The mission's primary payload was Spacelab-3. This was the first operational flight for the Spacelab orbital laboratory series developed by the European Space Agency (ESA). Studies were held in materials sciences, life sciences, fluid mechanics, atmospheric physics and astronomy. 17th Space Shuttle Mission 7th Flight of Challenger Crew: Robert F. Overmyer, Commander Frederick D. Gregory, Pilot Don L. Lind, Mission Specialist Norman E. Thagard, Mission Specialist William E. Thornton, Mission Specialist

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  • Patches by NASA Mission

    STS-7 Mission Patch MP07 Description 7th Space Shuttle Mission 2nd Flight of Challenger Robert L. Crippen, Commander Frederick H. Hauck, Pilot John M. Fabian, Mission Specialist Sally K. Ride, Mission Specialist Norman E. Thagard, Mission Specialist Launch - June 18, 1983 at 7:33:00 a.m. EDT Landing - June 24, 1983, 6:56:59 a.m. PDT Sally K. Ride became first American woman to fly in space. Two communications satellites deployed, ANIK C-2 for TELESAT Canada and PALAPA-B1 for Indonesia, both attached to

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  • Patches by NASA Mission

    STS-41C Mission Patch MP41C Description 11th Space Shuttle Mission5th Flight of Challenger Crew:Robert L. Crippen, CommanderFrancis R. Scobee, PilotGeorge D. Nelson, Mission SpecialistJames D.A. van Hoften, Mission SpecialistTerry J. Hart, Mission Specialist The primary payload of the mission was the Long Duration Exposure Facility (LDEF). However, a spacewalk was planned to validate one of the most important goals of the Space Shuttle program, the on-orbit capture, repair and redeployment of a

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  • STS-6 Embroidered Mission Patch

    STS-6 Embroidered Mission Patch Official mission patch for the maiden flight of the space shuttle Challenger which was launched April 4, 1983. The crew of four astronauts deployed NASA's first Tracking and Data Relay Satellite and performed the first space walk from a shuttle orbiter. Measures approx. 4" across.

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  • STS-119 Embroidered Mission Patch

    STS-119 Embroidered Mission Patch The shape of the STS-119/15A patch comes from the shape of a solar array viewed at an angle. The International Space Station (ISS), which is the destination of the mission, is placed accordingly in the center of the patch just below the gold astronaut symbol. The gold solar array of the ISS highlights the main cargo and task of STS-119/15A -- the installation of the S6 truss segment and deployment of S6's solar arrays, the last to be delivered to the ISS. Under the Japanese

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  • STS-29 Embroidered Mission Patch

    STS-29 Embroidered Mission Patch The STS-29 patch was designed to capture and represent the energy and dynamic nature of the U.S. space program. The stylistic Orbital Maneuvering System (OMS) burn symbolizes the powerful forward momentum of the shuttle and a continuing determination to explore the frontiers of space. The colors of the U.S. flag are represented in the patch's basic red, white, and blue background. In the border, the seven stars between the STS-29 crew names are a tribute to the crew of

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  • STS-30 Embroidered Mission Patch

    STS-30 Embroidered Mission Patch The STS-30 patch depicts the joining of NASA's manned and unmanned space programs. The Sun and inner planets of the solar system are shown with the curve connecting Earth and Venus symbolizing the shuttle orbit, the spacecraft trajectory toward Venus, and its subsequent orbit around our sister planet. A Spanish caravel similar to the ship on the official Magellan program logo commemorates the 16th century explorer's journey and his legacy of adventure and discovery. Seven

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  • STS-27 Embroidered Mission Patch

    STS-27 Embroidered Mission Patch The official embroidered patch for shuttle mission STS-27, the second post-Challenger flight and a flight dedicated to the U.S. Department of Defense. The patch depicts the space shuttle lifting off against the multi-colored backdrop of a rainbow, symbolizing the triumphal return to flight of the U.S. manned space program. The design also commemorates the memory of the crew of Challenger represented by the seven stars. Measures approximately four inches across.

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  • STS 51-F Embroidered Mission Patch

    STS 51-F Embroidered Mission Patch The official embroidered mission patch for shuttle flight STS 51-F. Challenger suffered the only in-flight abort of the shuttle program during its July 29, 1985 launch when one of its main engines shutdown five minutes, 45 seconds into flight. After reaching a lower than planned orbit, the crew of seven was able to accomplish their research mission aboard the Spacelab 2 module in the shuttle's payload bay.

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  • STS-6 Embroidered Mission Patch

    STS-6 Embroidered Mission Patch Official mission patch for the maiden flight of the space shuttle Challenger which was launched April 4, 1983. The crew of four astronauts deployed NASA's first Tracking and Data Relay Satellite and performed the first space walk from a shuttle orbiter. Measures approx. 4" across.

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  • STS-29 Embroidered Mission Patch

    STS-29 Embroidered Mission Patch The STS-29 patch was designed to capture and represent the energy and dynamic nature of the U.S. space program. The stylistic Orbital Maneuvering System (OMS) burn symbolizes the powerful forward momentum of the shuttle and a continuing determination to explore the frontiers of space. The colors of the U.S. flag are represented in the patch's basic red, white, and blue background. In the border, the seven stars between the STS-29 crew names are a tribute to the crew of

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  • NASA Space Shuttle Program Commemorative Patch

    NASA Space Shuttle Program Commemorative Patch Commemorative Patch for the NASA Space Shuttle Program NASA Space Shuttle Program 1981 - 2011 30 Years of Missions SIZE: 3 inches in Diameter Great Collector's Item or Gift Idea NASA's Space Shuttle Program began in 1981 and ended in 2011. Five Space Shuttles flew a total of 135 Flights. The NASA fleet included Space Shuttle Atlantis, Space Shuttle Discovery, Space Shuttle Endeavor, Space Shuttle Columbia, and Space Shuttle Challenger. Two tragic disasters

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