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2020 Commemorative Pin
Our beautiful 2", individually numbered, 2020 commemorative pin. The pin brings a focus to many of the events of 2020 that make it memorable in the space and rocket world! From the first commercial crew launch of Demo-2 and Crew-1 launch, to the discovery of phosphine in the atmosphere of Venus. You can learn about everything on the pin over at our dedicated learn page. Also, $4 from every pin purchased will be donated between Give Kids the World Village Non-Profit and Khan Acadmey!
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Crew-1 Mission Patch Hard Enamel Pin
The mighty dragon features prominently on the 2" Crew-1 pin! This is the first operational flight of the crewed spacecraft. Launching inside is commander Michael S Hopkins (NASA), pilot Victor J Glover (NASA), mission specialist Soichi Noguchi (JAXA) and mission specialist Shannon Walker (NASA). The patch also features the emblems of past crewed spaceflight, Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, Shuttle and then the outline of the International Space Station to the top, and the crewed vehicle in-between!
Crewed vehicle with Trunk Hard Enamel Pin
The amazing crewed capsule with trunk attached! The first human rated space vehicle mankind has built in the commercial sector. An amazing accomplishment by everyone involved and is truly a giant step towards our species becoming interplanetary and living amongst the stars!
Mars Hard Enamel Pin
A spectacular 1.25" hard enamel pin of the planet Mars! The planet image is centered around the arrival of the NASA Mars 2020 mission, landing the Perseverance rover in the Jezero crater. The 4th planet from the sun, and humanities next destination after the moon! This pin is part of our planet series of hard enamel pins.
NASA Mars 2020 Perseverance Hard Enamel Pin
This 1.75" hard enamel pin is NASA's 2020 mission to Mars. Onboard is the Perseverance rover, destined to land in the Jezero Crater. It is launch atop a United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V 541 rocket. A beautiful design bringing us further discoveries from the surface of Mars!