Own an Actual Piece of the Most Significant Scientific Achievement in Human Spacecraft History
Shielding astronauts Neil Armstrong, 'Buzz' Aldrin and Michael Collins, the Command Module Columbia served as the spacecraft control center for the Apollo 11's historic moon landing of the Lunar Lander. On July 24th, 1969, the Command Module re-entered Earth's atmosphere and splashed-down into the Pacific Ocean, safely returning America's heroes back from space.
Now, for a limited time, you can own an actual piece of the "one giant leap for mankind." Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity, this space-flown fragment of Kapton thermal insulation, removed from the actual Apollo 11 Command Module, is encased behind glass in a museum-quality collectible. A Scientifics' exclusive, these limited edition prints in a brushed silver-colored wooden frame (measuring approx. 16" x 13") are destined to become a family heirloom, treasured for generations to come.