Space Shuttle STS-85 Discovery Flown Insulation Blanket
Genuine segment of STS-85 Space Shuttle Discovery flown thermal protection blanket attached to a mission photograph.
This space flown presentation depicts the Space Shuttle Discovery on the launchpad at night. STS-85 was a Space Shuttle Discovery mission to perform multiple space science packages. It was launched from Kennedy Space Center, Florida, on 7 August 1997. A major experiment was the CRISTA-SPAS free-flyer which had various telescopes on board.
- Genuine segment of STS-85 Discovery thermal insulation blanket
- Attached to a 10" x 8" STS-85 launchpad photograph
- Includes certificate of authenticity with holographic logo and company stamp
- Comes sealed in a clear protective 8" x 10" toploader
The space flown material was officially scrapped by NASA after use and was verified with an official parts removal tag that reads "PER TCS-3-24-2456".
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