Ref T19 : Sky-Watcher 80/400 Eq.
Ref D11 : CHALLENGER 41B - 24 slides set
Ref T26 : Sky-Watcher 114/900
Ref PP010 : The Earth - Apollo 17
Ref LSF01 : The set of the 7 Fisher Space Pens at a promotional price. Each pen is delivered in a gift case
Ref D03 : JUPITER, VOYAGER 1 AND 2 - 31 slides set
Ref DC1 : SPOT : EARTH OBSERVATION SATELLITE - 12 slides set
Our Picture Library
Fisher Space Pen
Message to E.T.
Our favourite links
Shipping & Returns
Ref S03647 : A worker attaches covers for the nose pitot boom before removing the unpiloted X-40 from the runway at Edwards Air Force Base, California, following its successful free-flight on March 14, 2001.
Select in the form below the print format
you would like to order
High Definition PRINT
40 x 60 cm
15.7 x 23.6 inches
50 x 75 cm
19.7 x 29.5 inches
60 x 90 cm
23.6 x 35.4 inches
80 x 120 cm
31.5 x 47.2 inches
100 x 150 cm
39.4 x 59.1 inches
*Backlit is a translucent matter to apply in front of a neon light
A worker attaches covers for the nose pitot boom before removing the unpiloted X-40 from the runway at Edwards Air Force Base, California, following its successful free-flight on March 14, 2001. The unpiloted X-40 is a risk-reduction vehicle for the X-37, which is intended to be a reusable space vehicle. NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala, manages the X-37 project. At Dryden, the X-40A underwent a series of ground and air tests to reduce possible risks to the larger X-37, including drop tests from a helicopter to check guidance and navigation systems planned for use in the X-37. The X-37 is designed to demonstrate technologies in the orbital and reentry environments for next-generation reusable launch vehicles that will increase both safety and reliability, while reducing launch costs from $10,000 per pound to $1,000 per pound. The X-37, carried into orbit by the Space Shuttle, is planned to fly two orbital missions to test reusable launch vehicle technologies.
Customers who bought this product also purchased
Ref S00225 : The Earth
Ref S01640 : Astronauts Jerry L. Ross (left) and James H. Newman, both mission specialists, work together on the final of three space walks
Ref S02580 : Hubble Reopens Eye on the Universe
Ref T92GPE : PERL VIXEN TELESCOPE 135/720 GPE
Ref E033 : Aviation Badge
Ref T72GP : PERL-VIXEN 93/1000
Ref T90GP : Lunette ED 106/920 GP
Ref AG7 : The AG7 Chrome Plated Fisher Space Pen. It's the one that went on the Moon !
Create an account
My Shopping Cart
Your Shopping Cart is Empty
Tell A Friend
Ref P001 : The Earth. Apollo 17
Print 80 x 80 cm
Ref C304 : CELESTRON NEXSTAR 4 GO-TO
Write a review on this product!
Ref C890 : CELESTRON G 8
Last update Friday 20 October, 2017