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  • STS-41D Mission Patch

    Three satellites were deployed, including the Satellite Business Systems SBS-D, SYNCOM IV-2 (also called LEASAT 2) and TELSTAR. The 102-foot-tall, 13-foot-wide Office of Application and Space Technology-1 (OAST-1) solar wing was unfolded from the payload bay. The wing carried different types of solar cells and was extended to its full height several times. It demonstrated that large, lightweight solar arrays were feasible for future use in space station applications. 12th Space Shuttle Mission 1st Flight of

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  • STS-124 Mission Patch

    STS-124 (4 Inch) Mission Patch Navy Cmdr. Mark E. Kelly will command the STS-124 shuttle mission to deliver the Pressurized Module and robotic arm of the Japanese Experiment Module, known as "Kibo" (hope), to the International Space Station. Navy Cmdr. Kenneth T. Ham will serve as the pilot. Mission specialists will include NASA astronauts Karen L. Nyberg; Air Force Col. Ronald J. Garan Jr.; and Air Force Reserve Col. Michael E. Fossum. Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Akihiko Hoshide

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  • STS-127 Mission Patch

    STS-127 4" Embroidered Mission Patch Space Shuttle Mission STS-127 is a planned space shuttle mission to the International Space Station (ISS). It will use the Space Shuttle Endeavour and is scheduled to launch on June 13, 2009. However, Endeavour will first serve as the STS-400 rescue vehicle for STS-125 and is being prepared for a possible liftoff on May 15, 2009, three days after the scheduled launch of STS-125.[3][4] The primary purpose of the STS-127 mission is to deliver and install the final two

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  • Expedition 27 Mission 4" Patch

    Expedition 27 Mission 4" Patch MP -EXP27 Description Expedition 27 is scheduled to be the 27th expedition to the International Space Station. The launch date is scheduled for March of 2011, with a planned crew of 6. Expedition 27 Mission 4" Patch Launch March 2011 Launch site: Baikonur Cosmondrome, Kazakhstan Launch craft: Soyuz TMA-20, Soyuz TMA-21

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  • STS-133 Mission Patch

    STS-133 Space Shuttle Mission Patch Our STS-133 NASA Mission Patch is a fully embroidered 4" patch 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.

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  • The French Space Agency Mission PAtch

    The French Space Agency Mission PAtch Product Details The French Space Agency Mission PAtch Rating : Shipping :

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  • STS-46 Mission Patch

    Primary mission objectives were the deployment of the European Space Agency's European Retrievable Carrier (EURECA) and operation of the joint NASA/Italian Space Agency Tethered Satellite System (TSS). 49th Space Shuttle Mission 12th Flight of Atlantis Crew: Loren J. Shriver, Commander Andrew M. Allen, Pilot Jeffrey A. Hoffman, Payload Commander Franklin R. Chang-Diaz, Mission Specialist Marsha S. Ivins, Mission Specialist Claude Nicollier, Mission Specialist Franco Malerba, Payload Specialist

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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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  • 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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  • Japan Space Agency Mission Patch

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  • STS-33 Mission Patch

    This was the fifth dedicated Department of Defense mission in the Space Shuttle program. Mission elements were kept secret. 32nd Space Shuttle Mission 9th Flight of Discovery Crew: Frederick D. Gregory, Commander John E. Blaha, Pilot F. Story Musgrave, Mission Specialist Kathryn C. Thornton, Mission Specialist Manley L. Carter, Jr., Mission Specialist

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  • STS-9 Mission Patch

    STS-9 Mission Patch MP09 Description 9th Space Shuttle Mission6th Flight of Columbia Crew:John W. Young, CommanderBrewster H. Shaw, Jr., PilotOwen K. Garriott, Mission SpecialistRobert A.R. Parker, Mission SpecialistByron K. Lichtenberg, Payload SpecialistUlf Merbold, Payload Specialist Columbia carried the first Spacelab module and first astronaut to represent the European Space Agency (ESA), Ulf Merbold of (West) Germany. ESA and NASA jointly sponsored Spacelab-1 and conducted investigations which

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  • STS-47 Mission Patch

    Astronaut Jemison became the first African-American woman to fly in space. Astronauts Lee and Davis became the first married couple to fly in space. Astronaut Mohri became the first Japanese citizen to fly aboard a Shuttle. 50th Space Shuttle Mission 2nd Flight of Endeavour Crew: Robert L. Gibson, Commander Curtis L. Brown, Jr., Pilot Mark C. Lee, Payload Commander N. Jan Davis, Mission Specialist Mae C. Jemison, Science Mission Specialist Mamoru C. Mohri, Payload Specialist

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  • Russian Space Agency Mission Patch

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  • STS-120 Embroidered Mission Patch

    STS-120 Embroidered Mission Patch This is the official astronaut patch of space shuttle Discovery's STS-120 mission to the International Space Station. The patch reflects the role of the mission in the future of the space program. The shuttle payload bay carries Node 2, the doorway to the future international laboratory elements on the International Space Station. On the left the star represents the International Space Station; the red colored points represent the current location of the P6 solar array,

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  • STS-9 Mission Patch

    Columbia carried the first Spacelab module and first astronaut to represent the European Space Agency (ESA), Ulf Merbold of (West) Germany. ESA and NASA jointly sponsored Spacelab-1 and conducted investigations which demonstrated the feasibility of advanced research in space. 9th Space Shuttle Mission 6th Flight of Columbia Crew: John W. Young, Commander Brewster H. Shaw, Jr., Pilot Owen K. Garriott, Mission Specialist Robert A.R. Parker, Mission Specialist Byron K. Lichtenberg, Payload Specialist Ulf

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  • STS-51F Space Shuttle Challenger Mission Patch

    STS-51F Space Shuttle Challenger Mission Patch STS-51F Space Shuttle Challenger Mission Patch : The Space Shop at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Item #: 1799 Reviews : Despite a main engine cut-off during the space shuttles ascent into orbit, the crew were able to perform their mission successfully.

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  • NASA STS-6 TDRS-1 Mission 1983 Space Patch SP-324J

    NASA STS-6 TDRS-1 Mission 1983 Space Patch SP-324J United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration Space Transport Ship 6 Tracking and Data Relay Satellite One Mission 1983 Space Patch

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  • STS-53 Mission Patch

    This was the tenth and final dedicated Department of Defense mission in the Space Shuttle program. 52nd Space Shuttle Mission 15th Flight of Discovery Crew: David M. Walker, Commander Robert D. Cabana, Pilot Guion S. Bluford, Jr., Mission Specialist James S. Voss, Mission Specialist Michael R. Clifford, Mission Specialist

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  • STS-103 Mission Patch

    STS-103 Mission Patch MP103 Description STS -103 Hubble Space Telescope repair - 3A 12/19/1999 12/27/1999 96th Space Shuttle Mission27th Flight of DiscoveryCrew:Curtis L. Brown, Jr., CommanderScott J. Kelly, PilotSteven L. Smith, Payload CommanderC. Michael Foale, Mission SpecialistJohn M. Grunsfeld, Mission SpecialistClaude Nicollier, Mission Specialist, European Space AgencyJean-Francois Clervoy, Mission Specialist, European Space AgencySTS-103 marked the third Space Shuttle mission to service the

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  • NASA Space Shuttle Challenger Mission Patch

    > NASA Space Shuttle Challenger Mission Patch NASA Space Shuttle Challenger Mission Patch Item#/SKU: NASA-56349 (NI) 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

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  • STS-86 Mission Patch

    STS-86 Seventh Shuttle-Mir docking 09/25/1997 10/06/1997. The primary goal of the mission was the seventh docking of a Space Shuttle to the Russian Mir Space Station and the fifth consecutive transfer of U.S. astronauts aboard Mir. 87th Space Shuttle Mission 20th Flight of Atlantis Crew: James D. Wetherbee, Commander Michael J. Bloomfield, Pilot Jean-Loup J.M. Chretien, Mission Specialist Wendy B. Lawrence, Mission Specialist Scott E. Parazynski, Mission Specialist Vladimir G. Titov, Mission Specialist

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  • STS-120 Embroidered Mission Patch

    STS-120 Embroidered Mission Patch This is the official astronaut patch of space shuttle Discovery's STS-120 mission to the International Space Station. The patch reflects the role of the mission in the future of the space program. The shuttle payload bay carries Node 2, the doorway to the future international laboratory elements on the International Space Station. On the left the star represents the International Space Station; the red colored points represent the current location of the P6 solar array,

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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-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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  • STS-41C Mission Patch

    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 satellite. 11th Space Shuttle Mission 5th Flight of Challenger Crew: Robert L. Crippen, Commander Francis R. Scobee, Pilot George D. Nelson, Mission Specialist James D.A. van Hoften, Mission Specialist Terry J. Hart, 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-72 Mission Patch

    STS-72 Mission Patch MP72 Description 74th Space Shuttle Mission10th Flight of Endeavour Crew:Brian Duffy, CommanderBrent W. Jett, Jr., PilotDaniel T. Barry, Mission SpecialistLeroy Chiao, Mission SpecialistWinston E. Scott, Mission SpecialistKiochi Wakata, Mission Specialist The orbiting Japanese Space Flyer Unit (SFU) was retrieved using the Shuttle's remote manipulator system. The scientific satellite was launched on March 18, 1995 aboard a Japanese H-2 rocket from the Tanegashima Space Center.

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  • STS-93 Mission Patch

    STS-93 Chandra X-Ray Observatory 07/22/1999 07/27/1999. Eileen M. Collins became the first woman to serve as Space Shuttle Commander. Primary payload was the Chandra X-ray Observatory, which was deployed on the first day of the mission. A two-stage Inertial Upper Stage (IUS) booster placed the Chandra X-ray Observatory in a transfer orbit of 205 by 44,759 miles in altitude. Crew: Eileen M. Collins, Commander Jeffrey S. Ashby, Pilot Steven A. Hawley, Mission Specialist Catherine G. Coleman, Mission

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  • STS-31 Mission Patch

    The primary payload, the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) was deployed to a 380-statute-mile orbit. Secondary payloads included the IMAX Cargo Bay Camera (ICBC) to document activities outside the crew cabin and hand-held IMAX camera for use inside the crew cabin. 35th Space Shuttle Mission 10th Flight of Discovery Crew: Loren J. Shriver, Commander Charles F. Bolden, Jr., Pilot Steven A. Hawley, Mission Specialist Bruce McCandless II, Mission Specialist Kathryn D. Sullivan, Mission Specialist

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