Article No.: M0005
Apollo 11 carried the first humans to the surface of the moon - Neil Armstrong and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin - July 16th-24th, 1969. The third astronaut was Michael Collins, who orbited the moon 30 times.
Stunning acrylic block containing a flown piece of Kapton flown to the moon on Apollo 11 and a flown Film Magazine "N" fragment both removed from the Command Module "Columbia" after the flight.
Made out of the most advanced acrylic available on the market today - Plexid 55 - these are ultraclear with no discoloration over time. Unlike other privately made acrylics or lucites these are real blocks, not cheaply glued or screwed together. Each block is about 5''x3''x1'' in size - perfect for any office table or even flat down in a cabinet.
Only 50 such acrylics were made.
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