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NASA Mission Control Computer Chip
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During the 1970s–80s, NASA used state-of-the-art computers from the company Modular Computer Systems. These "MODCOMP" systems were used in processing and controlling the telemetry of many space projects including the Voyager probes, Skylab, as well as the early Space Shuttle launches....

$17.95
Civil War Bullet
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Musket Ball:  Muskets were smoothbore muzzle-loading weapons, firing round lead balls or buck and ball ammunition, that were also designed to accept a bayonet. This style of musket was retired in the 19th century when rifled muskets (simply called rifles in modern terminology) became common...

$4.00
Shredded Cash
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The US government holds the right to print paper with designated monetary value. With $1.7 trillion in value in circulation, bills often need to be removed from circulation due to being too damaged or worn. Banks send these bills to...

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Nuclear Grade Zirconium
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Zirconium is an element with valuable properties. Don’t dismiss this element as “cheap” due to the commercial popularity of cubic zirconia (ZrO2). Pure Zr is a metal and one of the most heat and corrosion resistant elements. Due to these properties,...

$12.00
Mars Regolith Simulant [MGS-1]
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Mars Regolith Simulant [MGS-1]: This tube of gray/red material is engineered regolith to be chemically and mechanically identical to that of parts of planet Mars. Regolith is a mixture of dust, soil, broken rock and other organic materials. NASA uses this...

$6.00
Golden Gate Bridge Cable
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The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco was the longest and tallest suspension bridge in the world when it was completed in 1937. It is lauded as an engineering and architectural marvel and has been named one of the Seven...

$24.00
Mars Regolith Simulant [MGS-1S]
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Martian Regolith Simulant[MGS-1S]: This tube of reddish material is engineered regolith to be chemically and mechanically identical to that of parts of planet Mars. Regolith is a mixture of dust, soil, broken rock and other organic materials. NASA uses this material...

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Mars Regolith Simulant [MGS-1C]
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Mars Regolith Simulant [MGS-1C]: This tube of grayish material is engineered regolith to be chemically and mechanically identical to that of parts of planet Mars. Regolith is a mixture of dust, soil, broken rock and other organic materials. NASA uses this...

$6.00
Mars Regolith Simulant [JEZ-1]
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This tube of reddish material is engineered regolith to be chemically and mechanically identical to that of planet Mars. Regolith is a mixture of dust, soil, broken rock and other organic materials. NASA uses this material to test their rovers' performance...

$6.00
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