Saturn V Apollo 7 to 17 Flown Material & Moon Rock Lucite
This incredible, executive-grade lucite is shaped like the famous Apollo Saturn V Rocket that launched astronauts to the moon during the Apollo Program and has embedded within it genuine segments of mission flown kapton foil, thermal foil, beta fabric, and heatshield from each of the Apollo Command Modules. The flown materials appear next to their respective mission logos and labels. Also embedded within is a genuine moon rock!
Attached to the base are the Saturn V's five powerful Rocketdyne F-1 engines arrayed in a quincunx and painted in silver, with the rocket's first stage painted in the historic black and white for which the Saturn V was known. The Command/Service Module at the top of the rocket is also painted in silver, with the launch escape tower (LES) painted in white. The CSM and LES tower and is removable and attaches to the 3rd stage magnetically.
The lucite measures approximately 16.15 inches x 3.15 inches x 3.15 inches including the base.
- Apollo Saturn V Rocket-shaped lucite
- Contains genuine flown material from Apollo 7 through to 17
- Contains a genuine moon rock (Lunar Meteorite NWA 11303)
- Stands on a solid, black base featuring the NASA vector emblem
- Rocket measures approx. 15.35" x 2.9" x 2.9" (39cm x 7.35cm x 7.35cm)
- Base measures approx. 0.8" x 3.15" x 3.15" (2cm x 8cm x 8cm)
- Comes in a custom, luxury black box with a silver metallic NASA logo
- Comes with a Letter of Authenticity from The Space Collective
The sources of each segment of space flown material are as follows:
- Apollo 7 flown heatshield came from a partially-destroyed vintage lucite.
- Apollo 8 flown thermal foil came from the collection of NAA (Rockwell International) Space Division employee Jerald B. Wilken.
- Apollo 9 flown kapton foil came from the collection of NASA Production Control Engineer W.R. Whipkey.
- Apollo 10 flown kapton foil came from the collection of NAA (Rockwell International) Space Division employee Jerald B. Wilken.
- Apollo 11 flown kapton foil came from the collection of Rockwell Space Division post-flight & safety recovery crew member O.W. Nasse.
- Apollo 12 flown kapton foil came from the collection of MSC Lunar Receiving Lab photographic technician Terry Slezak.
- Apollo 13 flown kapton foil came from the collection of well-known NASA employee Dick Williamson.
- Apollo 14 flown beta fabric came from a vintage NASA astronaut signed award letter.
- Apollo 15 flown kapton foil came from the collection of former-Navy, UDT-11 Recovery Team member Alan Buehler.
- Apollo 16 flown kapton foil came from the collection of Aviators Alley & Threehook Aviation.
- Apollo 17 flown kapton foil came from the collection of former-Navy, UDT-11 Recovery Team member Alan Buehler.
- Lunar Meteorite NWA 10253 came from well-known meteorite hunter and discovery channel TV personality Steve Arnold.
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