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Image For Blue 84: Arizona APOLLO 11 Space is Wildcat Country - Grey

Blue 84: Arizona APOLLO 11 Space is Wildcat Country - Grey

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A soft, ringspun cotton tee to wear on its own or layer. The reinforced neck seam keeps the shape wear after wear.
  • 5.5oz cotton weight
  • 100% ringspun cotton
  • Double-needle bottom hem and sleeves
  • 1x1 rib knit collar
  • Shoulder to should tape
  • Relaxed fit
  • Tagless collar
  • Officially licensed collegiate product
  • Style: CCTR

Item: 2059512

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OSIRIS-REx Black T-Shirt

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OSIRIS-REx is the first U.S. mission to return samples from an asteroid to Earth, addressing multiple NASA Solar System Exploration objectives. Don't miss out on this t-shirt, and make sure to get yours today for this once in a lifetime event!

Item: W001290

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OSIRIS-REX WHITE T-SHIRT

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  • Gildan 100% cotton t-shirt
  • Graphic on back and upper right chest

Item: W001284

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Youth OSIRIS-REX Dinosaur Black T-Shirt

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OSIRIS-REX is the first U.S. mission to return samples from an asteroid to Earth, addressing multiple NASA Solar System Exploration objectives. Don't miss out on this youth t-shirt, and make sure to get yours today for this once in a lifetime event!

Item: W001292

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Shoot for the Moon: The Space Race and the Extraordinary...

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ON JULY 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to walk on the moon. One of the world's greatest technological achievements-and a triumph of American spirit and ingenuity-the Apollo 11 mission was a mammoth undertaking involving more than 410,000 men and women dedicated to winning the space race against the Soviets. Set amid the tensions of the Cold War and the upheavals of the sixties, and filled with first-person, behind-the-scenes details, Shoot for the Moon is a gripping account of the dangers, the challenges, and the sheer determination that defined not only Apollo 11, but also the Mercury and Gemini missions that came before it. From the shock of Sputnik and the heart-stopping final minutes of John Glenn's Mercury flight to the deadly whirligig of Gemini 8, the doomed Apollo 1 mission, and that perilous landing on the Sea of Tranquility-when the entire world held its breath while Armstrong and Aldrin battled computer alarms, low fuel, and other problems- James Donovan tells the whole story.
  • Hardcover: 464 pages
  • Publisher: Little, Brown and Company; First Edition edition (March 12, 2019)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0316341789
  • ISBN-13: 978-0316341783
  • Product Dimensions: 6.4 x 1.6 x 9.5 inches

Item: 031634178

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Apollo 11: The Inside Story

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Fifty years ago in July 1969, Apollo 11 became the first manned mission to land on the moon, and Neil Armstrong the first man to step onto its surface. President Nixon called it the greatest week since creation. In the most authoritative book ever written about Apollo, David Whitehouse reveals the true drama behind the mission, telling the story in the words of those who took part – based around exclusive interviews with the key players. This enthralling book takes us from the early rocket pioneers to the shock America received from the Soviets’ launch of the first satellite, Sputnik; from the race to put the first person into space, through President Kennedy’s enthusiasm and later doubts, to the astronauts’ intense competition to leave the first footprint. Here is the story as told by the crew of Apollo 11 and the many other astronauts who paved the way or went to the moon themselves after Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins. Astronauts, engineers, politicians, NASA officials, Soviet rivals – all tell their own story of a great moment of human achievement. The full list of interviewees includes NASA employees such as James Fletcher, Roco Petrone, Brainerd Homes, Bob Gilruth, George Mueller, James Webb, John Houbolt, Robert Seamans, Max Faget, Director of the NASA Jet Propulsion Labratory William Pickering and Sergei Khrushchev, son of Soviet Premier.

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Apollo Expeditions to the Moon: The NASA History 50th Anniv

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This special edition of Apollo Expeditions to the Moon, an official NASA publication, commemorates the fiftieth anniversary of the July 20, 1969, Moon landing with a thrilling insider's view of the space program. Essays by participants — engineers, astronauts, and administrators — recall the program's unprecedented challenges. Written in direct, jargon-free language, this compelling adventure features more than 160 dazzling color photographs and scores of black-and-white illustrations. Insights into management challenges as well as its engineering feats include contributions from Michael Collins, Buzz Aldrin, Alan Shepard, and other astronauts; NASA administrator James E. Webb; Christopher C. Kraft, head of the Mission Control Center; and engineer Wernher von Braun. Their informative, exciting narratives explore the issues that set the United States on the path to the Moon, offer perspectives on the program's legacy, and examine the particulars of individual missions. Journalist Robert Sherrod chronicles the selection and training of astronauts. James Lovell, commander of the ill-fated Apollo 13, recounts the damaged ship's dramatic return to Earth. Geologist and Apollo 17 astronaut Harrison Schmitt discusses the lunar expeditions' rich harvest of scientific information. These and other captivating firsthand accounts form an ideal introduction to the historic U.S. space program as well as fascinating reading for all ages. This new expanded edition includes a chronology of the Apollo project, additional photographs, and a new Foreword by historian Paul Dickson that offers a modern retrospective of the Moon landing, discussing its place in the world of space exploration and its impact on American history and culture.

Item: 048683652

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Kikkerland: Galaxy Night Light

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  • Keeping your space explorer, dreamer, safe at night.
  • Just like sleeping under the stars
  • On/off Switch
  • Maximum 7 watt c7 bulb
  • 125 volts

Item: 2052300

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Mission Moon 3-D: A New Perspective on the Space Race

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July 2019 marks the fiftieth anniversary of Apollo 11's epochal lunar landing, when Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the surface of the moon. This visually rich book offers a new perspective on that historic accomplishment, telling the story of the lunar landing and the events that led up to it with text and 3-D images. A 3D viewer, designed by astrophysicist (and lead guitarist with the rock group Queen) Brian May is included with the book.

Mission Moon 3-D offers unique access to the Apollo astronauts and what they saw. It tells the story of the US-Soviet space race, from Sputnik and the space dog Laika to Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo. In 1961, President John F. Kennedy declared that America would put a man on the moon by the end of the decade. On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong guided the Eagle to a safe landing on the edge of the moon's Sea of Tranquility. President Richard Nixon told the astronauts, and the nation, that it was “the greatest week in the history of the world since the Creation.” Mission Moon 3-D recounts all this and more in memorable and visually stunning fashion.

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Moon Playing Cards: Featuring photos from the archives NASA

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Behold the moon in all its glory with this 54-card set of deluxe playing cards featuring phases of the moon as well as iconic Lunar modules.
  • Cards: 55 pages
  • Publisher: Chronicle Books (April 16, 2019)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1452176841
  • ISBN-13: 978-1452176840
  • Product Dimensions: 2.8 x 1 x 3.8 inches

Item: 145217684

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OSIRIS REX PIN

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Size: 1 1/4" X 1"
Collector's pin

Item: 2030473

Price: $6.99

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OSIRIS-REX PATCH

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Iron on patch.
Size: 3 /12" X 3" patch

Item: 2030470

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The Apollo Chronicles: Engineering America's First Moon...

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The moon landing of 1969 stands as an iconic moment for both the United States and humankind. The familiar story focuses on the journey of the brave astronauts, who brought home Moon rocks and startling photographs. But Apollo's full account includes the earthbound engineers, mounds of their crumpled paper, and smoldering metal shards of exploded engines. How exactly did the nation, step by difficult step, take men to the Moon and back?

In The Apollo Chronicles, fifty years after the moon landing, author Brandon R. Brown, himself the son of an Apollo engineer, revisits the men and women who toiled behind the lights. He relays the defining twentieth-century project from its roots, bringing the engineers' work and personalities to bright life on the page. Set against the backdrop of a turbulent American decade, the narrative whisks audiences through tense deadlines and technical miracles, from President John F. Kennedy's 1961 challenge to NASA's 1969 lunar triumph, as engineers confronted wave after wave of previously unthinkable challenges.

Brown immerses readers in key physical hurdles--from building the world's most powerful rockets to keeping humans alive in the hostile void of space--using language free of acronyms and technical jargon. The book also pulls back from the detailed tasks and asks larger questions. What did we learn about the Moon? And what can this uniquely innovative project teach us today?

Item: 019068134

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