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JPL Insignia Pin
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Mars 2020 Exploration Program - JPL Insignia pin Diameter: 0.75" Launched July 30, 2020 at Space Launch Complex 41, Cape Canaveral, Earth Landed February 18, 2021 at Octavia E Butler Landing, Jezero Crater, Mars

$10.00
Discovering the Cosmos
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Author: R. C. Bless Publisher: University Science Books, 1996 Condition: Good; please refer to photos.  Dimensions:1.7" x 7.3" x 10.3" This text has two objectives: to describe the leading ideas and concepts of modern astronomy; and to indicate how astronomy...

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The Quiet Sun
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Author: Edward Gibson Publisher:  National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Washington D.C, 1973 Condition: Very Good   

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The Book of Mars
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"Today when knowledge grows at an ever-increasing rate, we are becoming acutely aware of man's influence, as well as his dependence, on his environment. Problems of pollution and depletion of resources arise from man's use and misuse of his environment....

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Clyde Tombaugh Autograph
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Authentic autograph of Clyde W. Tombaugh, the astronomer who discovered the dwarf planet Pluto in 1930. The signature is framed against an 8” x 10” portrait of Pluto, as imaged by the New Horizons mission.  Holding your phone near the...

$160.00
Transformer Construction and Operation
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Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publication Date: 1928, 1st edition  Binding: Hardcover Author: Emerson Reed   " This book aims to present a rather comprehensive outline of present day transformer practice. It begins with a short review of the main stages in the development of the transformer...

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Surveyor 7 Assembly Film Artifact
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In 2021, we acquired a mystery film reel. The canister holding the 16mm film had NASA information on it, so we purchased it without knowing what was on it. We sent it to multiple digitization companies, but the spool holding...

$24.00
Gyroscope
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A gyroscope is a device that resists changes in orientation because a portion of its mass is rapidly revolving. This is called the conservation of angular momentum and can be directly derived from Isaac Newton’s laws of motion, specifically the...

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CG-5/AVX/CGEM Celestron Polar Finderscope
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Polar align your Celestron CGEM, Advanced VX, or CG-5 equatorial mount with this Celestron Polar Finderscope Inserts into the polar finder port at the back of the mount The easily identifiable star patterns of the Big Dipper, Cassiopeia and Octans...

$60.00
Martian Meteorite NWA13187
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This is one of the rarest rocks on the planet. It is a meteorite whose origin has been identified as planet Mars. Its official meteorical designation is Northwest Africa 13187. Humans have never returned samples of another planet to Earth, so Martian meteorites...

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Martian Regolith Simulant Set
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This set includes two important samples of regolith engineered to be chemically and physically identical to the surface dust of planet Mars. Martian Global Regolith Simulant is a global average of surface dirt based on data collected by Curiosity and Opportunity...

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Lunar Dust Simulant Set
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This box includes two samples of regolith engineered to be chemically and physically identical to the surface dust of the two primary regions of the Moon. Lunar Mare Regolith Simulant is based on the darker regions of the moon, most of...

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Laser Beam Set
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Create your own laser hallway, light show, obstacle course, or experiment with this high-powered laser and lab-grade mirrors. This laser is no toy. Lasers of this class are often used by astronomers to point to stars and align telescopes since...

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Space Science Pocket Notebook 4-Pack
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These pocket notebooks are perfect for sketching constellations, drawing rocket diagrams, or for taking notes on the gravitational pull of a black hole. As the universe expands, give your theories room to expand within these notebooks. At four by six...

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Day and Night on Earth Softcover Notebook
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This notebook features the earth in daylight and at night. It's ideal for keeping your daily journal, taking earth science notes, or planning your next global adventure.  Dimensions 6.75" x 9" Page Count 112 pages (56 sheets) Paper Type College...

$14.95
My First 100 Space Words
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Planets, Stars, the Solar System, and Beyond for Babies and Toddlers Chris Ferrie once again brings complex ideas to babies with My First 100 Space Words. Now your little genius is ready to learn the essential first words of Space. From...

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Explorer 7 Satellite Telemetry Data Tape
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This strip of magnetic tape includes a portion of raw telemetry data for the Explorer 7 satellite. This listing is for a section of tape in an acrylic case that was taken from a larger spool recorded in October 1959. In...

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Pale Blue Dot Patch
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The Pale Blue Dot patch pays homage to the Pale Blue Dot photograph, taken by the Voyager 1 space probe. Thirty years after the photo was taken, it continues to inspire wonderment and serve as a reminder to care for the only home...

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Pale Blue Dot Pin
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The Pale Blue Dot pin pays homage to the Pale Blue Dot photograph, taken by the Voyager 1 space probe. Thirty years after the photo was taken, it continues to inspire wonderment and serve as a reminder to care for the only...

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Lunar Sample Return Bag Replica
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This bag is an exact replica based off of the original Contingency Bag used to stow the first samples collected on the moon. Apollo 11 landed the first man on the moon 50 years ago, on July 20th, 1969.  NASA decided...

$65.00
CI Asteroid Simulant
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This material has been engineered to be chemically and mechanically similar to the surface material of CI chondrite asteroids based on the Orgueil asteroid. Orgueil is a carbonaceous chondrite meteorite that fell in southwestern France in 1864. It is one of five...

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Space Blanket
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The Mylar space blanket was developed by NASA to reduce heat loss for spacecrafts as well as humans. The material is a thin sheet of plastic that’s been coated with an atomically thin metallic layer. The result is an extremely...

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