Album with all Mercury, Gemini and Apollo Program Patches
Album with all Mercury, Gemini and Apollo Program Patches NEW! A perfect way to display and protect your patches! High quality, black cloth 3-Ring Album with 3 high, 4 x 6 openings for mission patches. Includes insert pages with all...
Apollo Program Patch
Apollo Program Patch In July, 1960 NASA was preparing to implement its long range plans for a manned lunar project. The name "APOLLO" was chosen by NASA from ancient Greek mythology. Apollo was the god of archery, prophecy, poetry, music...
Mercury Commemorative 8" Patch
Mercury Commemorative 8" PatchThis year marks the 50th Anniversary of the formation of NASA. To mark this event artist Tim Gagnon of Titusville, FL has designed a series of emblems commemorating the United States efforts to explore space. This design,...
Gemini Commemorative 10" Patch by Artist Tim Gagnon
Project Gemini Commemorative 10" PatchThis design is the fourth in the series "Celebrating 50 Years of America in Space". It honors the men and women who worked on the Gemini Project.The design celebrates every manned mission in the Gemini Program....
Apollo Mission Patch Collage
Apollo Program Collage Beautiful one piece set of Apollo emblems. Program emblem surrounded by the individualmission emblems. Size 10 3/4" x 10 1/2". Great for collectors!! Mission patches are 2" patches Apollo Program Patch in center is an 8" patch...
Mercury Mission Program Patch
Mercury Mission Program Patch The Official NASA Vendor 3" Patch. Initiated in 1958, completed in 1963, Project Mercury was the United States' first man-in-space program. The objectives of the program, which made six manned flights from 1961 to 1963, were...
Mercury 3 Mission Patch
Mercury 3 Mission PatchFifteen minutes which changed the way Americans looked at their world. Alan B. Shepard earned a central place in the history of the 20th century. Freedom 7 ushered in the era of space flight for the U.S.A....
Mercury 4 Mission Patch
Mercury 4 Mission PatchMercury 4 was the second U.S. suborbital manned space flight. Gus Grissom flew 118 miles high and 303 miles downrange. Due to an inadvertent firing of the explosive hatch, the space capsule filled with water and sank....
Mercury 6 Mission Patch
Mercury 6 Mission PatchThe flight of Friendship 7 or Mercury 6, marked a place in history as being the first American manned orbital flight. MA-6 launched on February 20, 1962, carrying astronaut John Glenn into orbit for nearly five hours...
Mercury 7 Mission Patch
Mercury 7 Mission PatchThis was the second U.S. orbital manned space flight. A re-entry navigational error caused the Mercury space capsule to overshoot its southeast Atlantic Ocean landing site by 200 miles. Scott Carpenter spent three hours in a life...
Mercury 8 Mission Patch
Mercury 8 Mission PatchThe Sigma 7 spacecraft traveled 160,000 miles completing nearly six orbits and returned to Earth at a predetermined point in the Pacific Ocean nine hours, 14 minutes after launch. Wally Schirra was aboard the recovery vessel within...
Mercury 9 Mission Patch
The Faith 7 mission was to determine the effects of extended spaceflight on man. Gordon Cooper completed 22 orbits, traveling 593,885 miles in 34 hours, 20 minutes. Astronaut and spacecraft were recovered 36 minutes after splashdown in the Pacific Ocean....
Mercury Missions Patch Set
Mercury Missions Patch Set A complete set of official Mercury Mission patches.Project Mercury was the United States' first manned spaceflight program. It ran from 1959 through 1963 with the goal of putting a man in orbit around the Earth. Early...
Gemini Program Mission Patch
Gemini Program Mission Patch NASA named the program GEMINI after the twin stars Castor and Pollox, one of the 12 constellations of the Zodiac. Its spheres of influence include adaptability and mobility, two features the designers of the spacecraft pursued....
Gemini 5 Mission Patch
Gemini 5 with C. Gordon Cooper as the commander and Pete (Charles) Conrad, Jr as the pilot evaluated the Rendezvous, Guidance and Navigation system, demonstrated 8-day capability of spacecraft and crew and evaluated effects on weightlessness for 8-day flight. 3...
Gemini 6 Mission Patch
Gemini 6, actually called Gemini 6A, flew with Walter M. Schirra Jr. as the commander and Thomas P. Stafford as the pilot. Primary objective was to rendezvous with Gemini-VII. 3 inches
Gemini 7 Mission Patch
Gemini 7 flew with Frank Borman as the commander and James A. Lovell as the pilot. Primary objective was to conduct 14-day mission and evaluate effects on the crew. 3 inches
Gemini 8 Mission Patch
Gemini 8 flew with Neil A. Armstrong as the commander and David R. Scott as the pilot. The primary objective was to rendezvous and dock with Gemini Agena target vehicle and conduct EVA operations. 3 inches.
Gemini 9 Mission Patch
Gemini-IX-A flew with Thomas P. Stafford as the commander and Eugene A. Cernan as the pilot. Its primary objective was to perform rendezvous and docking and conduct an EVA. 3 inches.
Gemini 10 Mission Patch
Gemini-X flew with John W. Young as the commander and Michael Collins as the pilot. The primary objective was to rendezvous and dock with Gemini Agena target vehicle. 3 inches.
Gemini 11 Mission Patch
Gemini-XI flew with Charles Conrad Jr. as the commander Richard F. Gordon Jr. as the pilot. Its primary objective was to rendezvous and dock with Gemini Agena target vehicle in its first revolution. 3 inches.