Space Shuttle Patch Space Iron-on Patches Space Craft | Etsy
☆ Space Shuttle ☆ This tattoo style patch will look great on fashion accessories, you can also create jewelry or hair accessories with it! This listing is for 1 patch that you can either apply by ironing or sewing. Size: 4" (10.5cm) x 2.25" (5.5cm) I ship worldwide! Please see my shop policies for more details. ★ Want to see more Old School Tattoo patches? >>> http://www.etsy.com/shop/Tattooit?section_id=12659205 Thanks for your visit!
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Road Safety PSA Cryptozoology Patch - Cryptozoology Tracking Society Bigfoot Sasquatch Road Safety Badge Vintage Auto Retro Art
ENCOUNTERS HAPPEN • MAKE THEM SAFE™ Part of our Safe Encounters Series, the Road Safety PSA patch warns motorists to watch the road for the safety and preservation of unseen creatures like the legendary Sasquatch. Our Cryptozoology Tracking Society patches are reminiscent of the old fashioned National Park patches. This listing is for one Road Safety PSA patch. Patch Specifications: • 4"w X 4"h • Iron-on (sewing still recommended) All designs © Maiden Voyage Clothing Co.™ Reproduction…
Set Vintage Space Astronaut Badges Emblems Stock Vector (Royalty Free) 371087393
Find Set Vintage Space Astronaut Badges Emblems stock images in HD and millions of other royalty-free stock photos, illustrations and vectors in the Shutterstock collection. Thousands of new, high-quality pictures added every day.
Professional Artist Beautifully Reimagines Video Game Characters from Zelda, Mario, The Witcher, Bioshock and Metroid
Professional Artist Beautifully Reimagines Video Game Characters from Zelda, Mario, The Witcher, Bioshock and Metroid - Magical memes and gifs that only a true geek could appreciate and laugh at.
Launch: July 29, 1985 Landing: August 6, 1985 Edwards Air Force Base, Cal. Astronauts: Gordon Fullerton, Roy D. Bridges, Jr., F. Story Musgrave, Anthony W. England, Karl G. Henize, Loren W. Acton and John-David F. Bartoe Space Shuttle: Challenger Experiments covered life sciences, plasma physics, astronomy, high-energy astrophysics, solar physics, atmospheric physics and technology research. The main payload was Spacelab-2. www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/shuttlemissions/archiv...
September 1983 - Space Shuttle Tested TDRS-1
The Space Shuttle Challenger (STS-8 mission) was used to test TDRS-1’s ability to communicate with the Space Shuttle, the European Space Agency’s upcoming Spacelab mission, and the ground Station in White Sands, New Mexico. Both S- and Ku- antennas on TDRS-1 were successfully tested.