Page 5 - Apollo 11 and beyond

Books on Pens, etc

Books on Lincoln, etc

Books on Flashlights, etc

Find Out More About Me

Consultant

Ok. I've Seen Enough. Take me home!

Halloween Museum

Fluorescent minerals

A lunar module toy ca. 1969 in the 5 x 5 x 7.5 inch size. Made in Japan by DSK (Daishin). This was also available in a larger 7 x 7 x 9.5 inch size.

A wine container for an Italian red wine made in honor of our flight around the moon (Apollo 8).

Photograph of Alan Shepard on the moon with Apollo 14, signed and inscribed to one of the managers at The Cape and dated 2/5/71

 

Original photograph of Buzz Aldrin setting up the solar sail on the moon from Apollo 11. Taken by Neil Armstrong with the square format Hasselblad camera.

 

A rare 1969 Apollo 12 button.
A very rare 1972 Apollo 16 button.

An unusual English/Russian Apollo-Soyuz button.

The era of the Space Shuttle begins

Name Date Event Country
Skylab

Skylab I

Skylab II

Skylab III

Apollo-Soyuz

Viking 1

Enterprise

Pioneer Venus 2

Voyager 1 & 2   

May 14, 1973

May 25, 1973

Jul. 28, 1973

Nov. 16, 1973

Jul. 15, 1975

Aug. 20, 1975

Aug. 12, 1977

Aug. 8 1978

1979-1986

Unmanned U.S. Space station launched

Manned mission to U.S. Space station

Manned mission to U.S. Space station

Manned mission to U.S. Space station

U.S. - U.S.S.R. link up in space

First US unmanned landing on Mars on 7/20/76

Space Shuttle Enterprise released in air from 747

Landing on Venus on 12/8/78

Fly-bys of Jupiter, Saturn & Uranus

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US-USSR

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Chinese snuff bottle, 3 inches tall, showing the launch of the Endeavor Shuttle, painted on the inside of the bottle by Jia Yi of Hebei, China in 2001

                                      

Name Date Event Country
STS-1 (Columbia)

STS-2 (    “     ) 

STS-3 (    “     )

STS-4 (    “     )

STS-5 (    “     )

STS-6 (Challenger)

STS-7 (    “     ) 

STS-8 (    “     )

STS-9 (Columbia)

STS-41-B (Challenger)

STS-41-C (    “     )

STS-41-D (Discovery)

STS-41-G (Challenger)

STS-51-A (Discovery)

Apr. 12, 1981

Nov. 12, 1981

Mar. 22, 1982

Jun. 27, 1982

Nov. 11, 1982

Apr. 4, 1983

June 18, 1983

Aug. 30, 1983

Nov. 28, 1983

Feb. 3, 1984

Apr. 6, 1984

Aug. 30, 1984

Oct. 5, 1984

Nov. 8, 1984

1st Space Shuttle launch - Young-Crippen

2nd Space Shuttle launch - Engle-Truly

3rd Space Shuttle launch - Lousma-Fullerton

4th Space Shuttle launch - Mattingly-Hartsfield

5th Space Shuttle launch - 4 crew members

6th Space Shuttle launch - new shuttle

7th Space Shuttle launch - 1st woman - Sally Ride

8th Space Shuttle launch

9th Space Shuttle launch - Spacelab 1

Manned Manuvering Unit tests, deployed Palaba B2

Satellite repair in space with MMU

New Shuttle, 2nd woman - Judy Resnik

EVA fueling, two women - Ride & Sullivan

Caught Palaba B2 & WestarVI for repair on Earth

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