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  • Nasa Space Mission Gravity Iron on Patches Embroidered Red 1.75 X 4 -Inches 1 Peice Per Order

    1. Garment should be clean & freshly laundered (including new items). 2. Set iron to "COTTON", 400 degrees, for 2 minutes. 3. Thoroughly iron area of garment where patch will be placed. 4. Place patch on garment, embroidery facing up. 5. Place cloth or light towel over patch and using a slow circular motion, press firmly for 30 seconds. 6. Turn garment inside out, and iron the back of the patch for 30 seconds. 7. Let cool for one minute. If edge of patch can be lifted, repeat step 6. Permanence of

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  • Nasa Space Mission Gravity Iron on Patches Embroidered Black 2.75 X 2.75 -Inches 1 Peice Per Order

    1. Garment should be clean & freshly laundered (including new items). 2. Set iron to "COTTON", 400 degrees, for 2 minutes. 3. Thoroughly iron area of garment where patch will be placed. 4. Place patch on garment, embroidery facing up. 5. Place cloth or light towel over patch and using a slow circular motion, press firmly for 30 seconds. 6. Turn garment inside out, and iron the back of the patch for 30 seconds. 7. Let cool for one minute. If edge of patch can be lifted, repeat step 6. Permanence of

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  • Alpha Industries Nasa Model Ma1 Flight Space Jacket Mission Patches Blue

    ALPHA INDUSTRIES NASA MODEL MA1 FLIGHT SPACE JACKET MISSION PATCHES BLUE Outerwear doesnt get much cooler than our classic MA-1 NASA astronaut flight jacket! This Replica Blue NASA jacket features the 100th Space Shuttle Mission and American flag patches

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  • NASA Space Flight Awareness - Mission Patch Poster Poster (24.00 x 18.00)

    NASA Space Flight Awareness - Mission Patch Poster is a licensed reproduction that was printed on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original. The overall paper size is 24.00 x 18.00 inches and the image size is 21.98 x 16.46 inches. This print is ready for hanging or framing and would make a great addition to your home or office.

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  • NASA Space Flight Awareness - Mission Patch Poster Poster Print (24 x 18)

    NASA Space Flight Awareness - Mission Patch Poster Poster Print (24 x 18). This licensed reproduction was printed on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures the vivid colors and details of the original. Posters and art prints for homes, dorm rooms, office and empty walls everywhere.

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  • Apollo 11 Mission Patch | NASA Apollo 11 Patch

    Apollo 11 Mission Patch MPAP11 Description to visit the NASA Apollo 11 History site.After launch, the spacecraft was inserted into lunar orbit about 76 hours into the mission. After a rest period, Armstrong and Aldrin entered the Lunar Module preparing for descent to the lunar surface. The two spacecraft were undocked at about 100 hours, when the Command and Service Modules separated from the Lunar Module. The spacecraft landed in the Sea of Tranquillity at 4:18 p.m. EDT. Afterwards, they ate their first

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  • NASA Spacelab Esa Mission Patch

    NASA Spacelab Esa Mission Patch Product Details NASA Spacelab Esa Mission Patch Rating : Shipping :

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  • SPACEX MISSION PATCH CRS-1

    SPACEX MISSION PATCH CRS -1 MP -CRS1 Description SPACEX MISSION PATCH CRS-1 The first operational cargo resupply mission to ISS was launched on October 7, 2012. At 76 seconds after liftoff, engine 1 of the first stage suffered a loss of pressure which caused an automatic shutdown of that engine. The remaining eight first-stage engines continued to burn and the Dragon capsule reached orbit successfully. Due to safety regulations required by NASA the secondary Orbcomm-2 satellite payload was released into

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  • SPACEX MISSION PATCH FALCON FLIGHT 3

    SPACEX MISSION PATCH FALCON FLIGHT 3 MP -FALCON -FLIGHT3 Description SPACEX MISSION PATCH FALCON FLIGHT 3 SpaceX attempted the third Falcon 1 launch on August 3, 2008 (GMT) from Kwajalein This flight carried the Trailblazer (Jumpstart -1 ) satellite for the US Air Force [ [ the and nanosatellites for NASA and a payload for The rocket did not reach orbit. However, the first stage, with the new Merlin 1C engine, performed perfectly.

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  • NASA Space Shuttle Discovery 51-I 4" Mission Patch

    This MilitaryBest NASA Space Shuttle Discovery 51-I 4" Mission Patch is made by the company that supplies the United States armed forces. Our military patches make an excellent addition to your collection or a great gift. It's quality is guaranteed!

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  • Patches by NASA Mission

    MP131 Description STS -131 is targeted for launch on April 5th, 2010. STS-131 mission will be flown by Space Shuttle Discovery, The primary payload is scheduled to be a Multi-Purpose Logistics Module. The mission will also perform an R&R on an ammonia tank assembly outside the station and return a LWAPA plate, located on the Columbus module. The mission also includes several on-board payloads, this mission has the most payloads since STS-107. STS-131 Mission Patch Mission name STS-131 Space shuttle

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  • Patches by NASA Mission

    Description Space Shuttle Mission STS-129 is scheduled to be flown by Space Shuttle Atlantis. STS-129 is a mission to the International Space Station. The launch date for the mission is scheduled for November 12, 2009.The primary focus for STS-129 will be staging spare components outside the station. The 11-day flight is scheduled to include at least three spacewalks. The payload bay will carry two large External Logistics Carriers holding two spare gyroscopes, two nitrogen tank assemblies, two pump

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    STS-123 Mission Patch MP123 Description STS -123 Mission Patch A veteran space flier, Navy Capt. Dominic L. Gorie, will command the STS-123 shuttle mission to deliver the Japanese Kibo Logistics Module and the Canadian Dextre robotics system to the International Space Station. Air Force Col. Gregory H. Johnson will serve as pilot. Mission specialists include Richard M. Linnehan, Air Force Maj. Robert L. Behnken, Navy Capt. Michael J. Foreman and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency astronaut Takao Doi.

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  • Expedition 32 Mission Patch

    Expedition 32 Mission Patch MP -EXP32 Description Expedition 32 is scheduled to be the thirty-second expedition to the International Space Station. Expedition 32 begins with the Soyuz TMA-03M undocking in May 2012. Three new crew members will arrive shortly thereafter on Soyuz TMA-05M. Expedition 32 Mission Patch Number of crew 6 (planned) Launch site Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan Start May 2012 (UTC) (2012 -05Z ) Commander Gennady Padalka, RSA Flight Engineer 1 Joseph M. Acaba, NASA Flight Engineer 2

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  • The Final Mission' Patch

    The Final Mission' Patch MP -FINAL -MISSION Description 'The Final Mission' Patch The Final Mission ? NASA SCA - the emblem was developed for the shuttle carrier aircraft which delivered Space Shuttles Discovery, Enterprise and Endeavour to their final locations. The emblem incorporates the three shuttles and three different types of aircraft that take part in the ferry flights, including the SCA, known by its tail number NASA 905. It has all three orbiters? names, the American flag and the shuttle on

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  • NASA OFFICIAL MISSION PATCH DESIGN

    STS-1 NASA PATCH (1749 -S4 ) mq1749 /S -4 /C STS - 1 NASA OFFICIAL MISSION PATCH DESIGN IDEAL FOR JACKET OR FLIGHT SUIT START A SPACE PATCH COLLECTION! FULL SIZE SHOULDER PATCH ( 5"x 4 1/2") HISTORY OF THE FLIGHT: 12 April 1981 12:00 GMT. Landing Date: 1981-04-14 18:20:52. Flight Time: 2.26 days. Flight Up: STS-1. Flight Back: STS-1. Call Sign: Columbia. Crew: Crippen, Young. Program: STS. Of note: First rocketplane flight to orbit. First flight of space shuttle. On the lighter side: Instructions

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  • Apollo 9 Mission Patch

    Apollo 9 Mission Patch MPAP09 Description The Apollo 9 space vehicle was launched from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 11 a.m. EST on March 3, 1969.The Apollo 9 was the first crewed flight of the Lunar Module and was conducted to qualify the module for lunar operations .Approximately 70 hours into the 10-day mission in Earth orbit, the Lunar Module, Spider, separated, rendezvoused and docked with the Command Module. to visit the NASA Apollo 9 History site.As a result of unfavorable weather in the

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  • STS-134 Mission Patch

    MP134 Description Our STS-134 NASA Mission Patch is a fully embroidered 4" patchSTS-134 is the 134th and final planned mission of the Space Shuttle Program. This flight will deliver the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer and the third ExPRESS Logistics Carrier to the International Space Station.The mission will also mark the final flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour.Design changes in AMS-02 as well as delays to STS-133 have led to delays in the mission, and it is now targeted to launch on February 26, 2011. The

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  • STS-60 Mission Patch

    STS-60 Mission Patch MP60 Description 60th Space Shuttle Mission18th Flight of Discovery Crew:Charles F. Bolden, Jr., CommanderKenneth F. Reightler, Jr., PilotFranklin R. Chang-Diaz, Payload CommanderN. Jan Davis, Mission SpecialistRonald M. Sega, Mission SpecialistSergei K. Krikalev, Mission Specialist For the first time, a Russian cosmonaut flew aboard a U.S. space vehicle in a new era of international cooperation in space. The flight of Sergei K. Krikalev was the first element in implementing the

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  • Apollo 16 Mission Patch

    Apollo 16 Mission Patch MPAP16 Description 4 inch patch. The Apollo 16 space vehicle was launched from Kennedy Space Center on April 16, 1972. The crew consisted of Captain John W. Young, commander; Lt. Commander Thomas K. Mattingly II, Command Module pilot; and Lt. Colonel Charles M. Duke Jr., Lunar Module pilot. to visit the NASA Apollo 16 History site.A number of experiments were deployed and two impressive landmarks, Stone Mountain and the North Ray crater, visited. Samples taken from the rim of

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  • Expedition 34 Mission Patch

    Expedition 34 Mission Patch MP -EXP34 Description Expedition 34 is scheduled to be the thirty-fourth expedition to the International Space Station. Expedition 34 begins with the Soyuz TMA-05M undocking in October 2012. Three new crew members will arrive shortly thereafter on Soyuz TMA-07M. Expedition 34 Mission Patch Number of crew 6 (planned) Launch November 2012 Launch site Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan Commander Kevin A. Ford, NASA Flight Engineer 1 Oleg Novitskiy, RSA Flight Engineer 2 Evgeny

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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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  • Expedition 35 Mission Patch

    Expedition 35 Mission Patch MP -EXP35 Description Expedition 35 is the 35th long-duration mission to the International Space Station (ISS). The expedition will start in March 2013, when the Expedition 34 crew departs from the ISS. This will mark the first time a Canadian astronaut - Colonel Chris Hadfield - will be in command of the station. Expedition 35 will also be only the second time an ISS crew is led by neither a NASA astronaut, nor a Roscosmos cosmonaut, after Expedition 21 in 2009, when ESA

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  • Expedition 31 Mission Patch

    Expedition 31 Mission Patch MP -EXP31 Description Expedition 31 is scheduled to be the thirty-first expedition to the International Space Station. Expedition 31 begins with the Soyuz TMA-22 undocking. Three new crew members will arrive shortly thereafter on Soyuz TMA-04M. Number of crew 6 (planned) Launch site Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan Start March 2012 (UTC) Expedition 31 Mission Patch Position First Part (March 2012) Second Part (March 2012 to May 2012) Commander Oleg Kononenko, RSA Flight

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  • Expedition 29 Mission Patch

    Expedition 29 Mission Patch MPEXP29 Description Expedition 29 is scheduled to be the 29th expedition to the International Space Station, planned for launch in September 2011. To start his mission, Soyuz-FG is to launch Soyuz TMA-02M with three crew on June 8. Soyuz TMA-02M crew consists of Sergey Volkov (Roscosmos), Satoshi Furukawa (JAXA), Michael Fossum (NASA). Their backups are Oleg Kononenko (Roscosmos), Donald Pettit (NASA), Andre Kuipers (ESA). Roscosmos PAO Expedition 29 Mission Patch Launch site

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  • Expedition 13 Mission Patch

    Expedition 13 Mission Patch MPEXP13 Description The updated Expedition 13 patch is here! The Expedition 13 crew of Commander Pavel Vinogradov and NASA ISS Science Officer Jeffrey Williams is the 13th expedition to the International Space Station (ISS). This expedition utilized the Soyuz TMA-8, which will stay for the duration of the mission for emergency evacuation.During their six-month stay on the orbiting laboratory Vinogradov and Williams were joined by European Space Agency (ESA) Astronaut Thomas

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  • Expedition 39 Mission Patch

    Expedition 39 Mission Patch MP -EXP39 Description Expedition 39 Mission Patch Expedition 39 is scheduled to be the 39th expedition to the International Space Station. It will also mark the first time the ISS is under command of a Japanese astronaut - space veteran Koichi Wakata. After Expedition 21 in 2009 and Expedition 35 in 2013, it is also going to be only the third time an ISS-crew is led neither by a NASA-astronaut, nor a RSA -cosmonaut . Number of crew 6 (planned) Launch March 2014 Launch site:

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  • STS-133 Mission Patch

    Description STS-133 is currently scheduled for launch on February 24, 2011. STS-133 is a NASA Space Shuttle mission to the International Space Station. The mission will transport the Pressurized Multipurpose Module and the fourth ExPRESS Logistics Carrier to the ISS. The mission will be the 39th and final flight of Space Shuttle Discovery and the 133rd and flight of NASA's Space Shuttle program, which began in April 1981. STS-133 Space Shuttle Mission Patch Our STS-133 NASA Mission Patch is a fully

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