Thursday, January 30, 2014

NASA STS-1 Shuttle Columbia Challenger Endeavour Hubble Space Station Apollo 13

8 x 10 Photo 1981
STS-1 Landing the Space Shuttle Orbiter Columbia nears touch
down to complete the first Space Shuttle Flight on a runway.
The landing took place on the dry lakebeds of the Majave
Desert area at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center in Southern
California. Astronaut John W. Young Commander and Robert L.
Crippen. Pilot were aboard the Spacecraft for two and a third
days. Good vintage condition, one small crease in upper right
corner, light wear/smudge top center right, would still look good
in a frame. Tac hole can be matted over in frame.








Photo 1983
Kennedy Space Center, FLA.-This aerial view of the 1:30 PM
Lift-Off of the Space Shuttle Challenger from Comples 39A
launch site was taken from a helicopter located west of the
vehicle assembly building. Has tape, top right corner missing.







Photo 1984
Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX-STS-7 Satellite view of
Orbiter---the EArth-Orbting Space Shuttle Challenger beyond
the Earth's horizon. Has tape on it, creases on bottom right.








Space Shuttle Challenger Patch. Mint.



Photo Space Shuttle Endeavour lift off into Space. Mint-/Mint.


Photo of Hubble Telescope. Mint-/Mint.


Photo shot by Hubble Telescope of Cape Canaveral. Mint-/Mint.


Sticker International Space Station Sticker Mission 19, Mint.


Sticker International Space Station Sticker Mission 20, Mint.


Photo 1980
Kennedy Space Center, FLA---The 363 Foot High Apollo 13
Saturn V Space Vehcle carrying Astronauts James A. Lovell
Jr. , John L. Swigert Jr. and Fred W. Haise Jr. lifted
off at 2:13 PM EST April 11, 1970 from the Kennedy Space
Center's Launch Complex 39A at the start of the Nation's
third manned Lunar Landing Mission. Has tape on it.