Retro 51 Columbia Space Shuttle Rollerball

$60.00

Retro 51 Columbia Space Shuttle Rollerball Rollerball Pen Specifications

  • Cap Mechanism: Twist
  • Package: Graphic Tube Gift Box
  • Dimensions: 5.0″ L x 0.5″ D
  • Filling Mechanism: Roller or Ball Point Refill
  • Length: 5.0″
  • Material: Brass
  • Series: Retro 51 Tornado Vintage Metalsmith
  • Type: Rollerball convertible to Ball Pen

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Description

The Retro 51 Columbia Space Shuttle rollerball pen is a limited edition of 1958 pieces. They reference the year 1958 when NASA saw the light. The pen features a printed graphic on a stainless steel barrel and a top disc imprint showing the Astronaut Scholarship Fund (ASF) logo. The pen’s matte black nickel accents finish the look perfectly.

*The Astronaut Scholarship Foundation (ASF), a 501(c)3 non-profit created in 1984 by the Mercury 7 astronauts to encourage university students to pursue scientific excellence. And to ensure the United States would remain the global leader in science and technology for decades.

In addition, The astronaut partnership supervises and continues the subsequent missions; It has grown to one of the most significant merit-based scholarships. Retro 51 also. Donates proceeds of each sale to the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation.

Similarly, Each pen is packaged in a custom graphic tube perfect for storing or displaying your pen. Each pen is already loaded with a Retro 51 rollerball refill.

Retro 51 Logo

Retro 51 Columbia Space Shuttle Rollerball

They launched the Retro 51 Columbia Space Shuttle rollerball pen to recognize the scientific achievements of Columbia’s astronauts and flight crews. The Columbia was also the first NASA orbiter to reach space.
t was launched in April 1981 from the Kennedy Space Center. Meanwhile, it spent 300 days in space and orbited the Earth 4,000 times. Furthermore, it flew 27 successful missions and was a huge step in helping us understand more about the universe.
In conclusion, Columbia’s last mission was on February 1, 2003, after spending 16 days in space. All who helped with this, also the seven brave crew members, all memorialized through the Patricia Huffman Smith Museum. 

Additional information

Weight .5 lbs
Dimensions 6.0 × 1.5 × 1.5 in

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