New NASA-Apollo Artwork

November 04, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
10" x 20" prints now available
Hi everyone, David Collins here! I'd like to show you some of the latest NASA/Apollo artwork profile series. These artworks are for every space-nut in your life. Currently this set of artwork is 10" x 20" and can be configured to be framed and matted to be wall ready. 

The Command/Service Module - The Command Module was the control center for the Apollo spacecraft and living quarters for the three crewmen. It contained the main crew cabin, control and instrument panel, navigation and control system, communications systems, environmental control system, batteries, heat shield, reaction control system to provide attitude control, forward docking hatch, side hatch, five windows, and a parachute recovery system. It was the only part of the Apollo/Saturn space vehicle that returned to Earth intact.

The Lunar Module - The Apollo Lunar Module was the separate vehicle designed to land on the Moon and return to lunar orbit, and was the first true "spaceship" since it flew solely in the vacuum of space. It consisted of a descent stage and an ascent stage. It supplied life support systems for two astronauts for up to four to five days on the Apollo 15, 16 and 17 missions. The spacecraft was designed and manufactured by the Grumman Aircraft Company.


 

 


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