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[i]Recently I stopped by to drop off an Expedition 51 koozie and hat to Sean Collins. He was the principal artist for the design of our Expedition 51 patch/logo which are on both.[/i]
[i]From as early as the 11th century, coats of arms have been used as emblems representing groups as small as families to as large as countries. The Expedition 51 patch is designed as a modernized international coat of arms, blending the traditional shield shape with our modernized symbol of achievement, the International Space Station (ISS).
The background represents our home world and its inhabitants, and on the right, outer space. The bi-color ISS is the bridge between the two, symbolizing the benefits on Earth of space research, and at the same time our mission to explore deeper into space, on a path to further discovery and knowledge.[/i]
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