Our original pin design is back in stock! The beautiful crew dragon, attached to the trunk as it would appear, destined to dock with the International Space Station!
SpaceX Crew Dragon with Trunk Hard Enamel Pin
The amazing SpaceX Crew Dragon 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!
The wait is over! The SpaceX Demo 2 pin is now in stock, ready and waiting to be yours! The Earth reflected in the custom 3D printer SpaceX helmet makes this such a wonderous design.
Crew Dragon Demo 2 SpaceX Mission Patch Hard Enamel Pin
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Bringing the excitement of the first crewed launch from American soil since the Space Shuttle in 2011, this is a hard enamel version of the SpaceX mission patch. In the reflection of the custom 3D printer SpaceX helmet you can see the Earth and International Space Station, with the launch site higlighted with a white star. The American flag blows behind, with 9 stars showing, possibly signifying the 9 years that have passed since the last Shuttle launch! Around the edge are the names of the 2 astronauts; Douglas G. Hurley and Robert L. Behnken. What a beautify pin andan amazing piece of history as we launch "American Astronauts on American Rockets from American Soil"!
Our Falcon Has Landed pin watches as the Crew Dragon Demo 2 Falcon 9 booster returns to port! Only 4 1/2 years since the first landing to another historic launch, the first of astronauts by a commercial company! Amazing photo taken by John Pisani, AKA The space coast local. Go check out his other photos; https://www.thespacecoastlocal.com/
The Falcon Has Landed Hard Enamel Pin
A spectacular 2" hard enamel pin of the first successful landing of a Falcon 9 booster, B1019, on December 21st 2015. After successfully launching Orbcomm OG2-2, the second stage separated to continue on into orbit and B1019 performed a boost back burn to return to the landing zone at Kennedy Space Center. It successfully performed its landing burn, deploying its legs and touched down, lighting up the darkness as it did. The rocket industry has since been turned on its head since this historic landing! The booster now stands proudly on display outside of the SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorn, CA at the intersection of Crenshaw Boulevard and Jack Northrop Avenue.