Article No.: 3023
Get a first glimpse at our new flown artifact series from "Been in space"
SPECIAL EDITION : Stand-up Acrylic version !
Apollo 11 lunar surface flown film fragment from LM "Eagle"
Lunar surface flown film fragment mounted on an 8x11 full acrylic presentation card certified on the backside.
This acrylic version is mounted onto two heavy metal stands included in the package, they can be removed easily if needed without damage.
It's now 53 years since astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong became the first humans to walk on the Moon's surface. Neil Armstrong spoke the famous words: "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." live with 650 million people who were watching the historic moment on TV. Fellow astronaut Buzz Aldrin described the Lunar surface as "magnificent desolation".
Armstrong and Aldrin spent 21 hours on its surface, before a rendezvous with the Command and Service Module (CSM) and Mike Collins.
This edition is limited to 10 presentations only.
The source of the surface flown film is Richard Underwood, NASA's chief technician for photo development and processing throughout the Apollo program!