Saturn V Launch Vehicle Enamel Pin
Standing at 363ft tall, the NASA Saturn V rocket is currently the only rocket to have ever transported humans to the Moon! A total of 13 launches from 1967 through 1973 ferried astronauts to the moon and also launched Skylab to low Earth orbit. The 1st stage of the rocket was powered by 5 Rocketdyne F-1 engines burning liquid oxygen and RP-1 fuel, producing an astounding 7,891,000 lbf at sea level. This pin is a must for any collection!
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F-1 Engine (Saturn V 1st Stage) Hard Enamel Pin
The powerful F-1 engine, as an enamel pin! 5 of these engines powered the first stage of the Saturn V rocket, currently the only rocket to have ever taken humans to the Moon. Producing 1,522,000lbf at sea level, with a specific impulse of 263s, these engines still retain the title of the most powerful single combustion chamber liquid-propellant rocket engine ever developed! What an amazing piece of rocketry and history that you can now wear as a pin!
SpaceX Falcon Heavy Enamel Pin
The powerful SpaceX Falcon Heavy! 3 Falcon 9 boosters strapped together, making this launch vehicle capable of lifting 63,800 kg (140,660 lbs) to low Earth orbit and 26,700 kg (58,860 lbs) to geostationary transfer orbit. The 3 Falcon 9 boosters have a total 27 Merlin engines, and the entire rocket has a mass of 1,420,788kg! As of September 2020 it has flown 3 flights, with it's 4th launch expected in early 2020. A mightily powerful launch vehicle! Get your pin today!
SpaceX Falcon 9 with Crew Dragon Vehicle Enamel Pin
The Falcon 9 rocket with Crew Dragon on top, ready, and poised to take another crew into space! The vehicle that brought the United States back into taking astronauts into space from American Soil and the first commercial vehicle to do so! Get your pin today so that you are ready to wear it for the next time it launches!
ULA Delta IV Heavy Enamel Pin
The mighty ULA Delta IV Heavy! What a powerful launch vehicle, capable of lifting 28,370 kg (62,540 lbs) to low Earth orbit and 13,810 kg (30,440 lbs) to geostationary transfer orbit. Powered by 3 common core boosters which are filled with hydrogen and oxygen and each fuel a RS-68 engine. As of July 2020 it has flown 11 flights, with a 12th one to be completed in August of 2020. A truly powerful vehicle which is heavily utilized by the NRO for their secretive payloads. Get your pin today!