Medicom Toy PEANUTS Vinyl Collectible Dolls No. 197 "SNOOPY -Astronaut Ver.-" (Japan Import) by Medicom. $99.99. Imported from Japan! In early 1969, as a dry run for the mission that would land men on the moon, NASA sent Apollo 10 to near-lunar space in the command module Charlie Brown and the lunar module Snoopy, named after the characters from Charles Schulz's beloved comic strip Peanuts. Medicom recreates the space exploring beagle with the Peanuts: Astronaut Snoopy Vinyl Col...
Jan Davis, mechanical and aerospace engineer and former astronaut. She is a veteran of three space flights and has been awarded several NASA medals for her leadership and service.
"Apollo Launch" by Stephen Christ
"Apollo Launch" by Stephen Christ: Apollo - The moon is here. The US becomes the first and only nation to ever land humans on the moon after launching astronauts further than ever before atop the largest rocket ever made, the Satur...
Kevin Dart's Science and Nature Art Show [Cool Stuff]
Check out the awesome space and NASA-inspired art prints that will premier at Kevin Dart's Science and Nature Art Show at Gallery 1988 East.
Space Shuttle Launch
Space Shuttle Program - Having met President Kennedy's goals of landing a man on the moon, the lunar surface becomes the past, and the space program's focus turns to the Shuttle to lift astronauts aboard a reusable craft and start to live in space, learning more about our universe than ever before. To purchase prints go to scbb11Sketch's Imagekind
Evolution of the Spacesuit - EchoMon
Ads by Google All images taken from Spacesuits: The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum Collection, by Amanda Young, photographs by Mark Avino Ads by Google
Remembering Apollo 11
40 years ago, three human beings - with the help of many thousands of others - left our planet on a successful journey to our Moon, setting foot on another world for the first time. Tomorrow marks the 40th anniversary of the July 16, 1969 launch of Apollo 11 with astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, Michael Collins and Edwin E. "Buzz" Aldrin Jr. aboard. The entire trip lasted only 8 days, the time spent on the surface was less than one day, the entire time spent walking on the moon, a mere 2 1/2…