I collect historical objects. In 2011, I secured a small piece of the external skin of NASA's Apollo 13 spacecraft. It was divided into 50 pieces to give Fiverr members the opportunity to own an object that had flown to the Moon!
I'm back with an extremely rare space-flown artifact. A small star extracted from a page of the pocket checklist used by astronauts aboard Space Shuttle Columbia during STS-3, its third voyage in space in 1982. It spent 8 days floating in zero gravity with the crew in one of NASA's most iconic spacecrafts.
- $5 + s&h = 1 space-flown star in a bag (limit of 3 stars per order)
- $5 + $15 + s&h = 1 space-flown star in a display box with info about the flight and checklist on a minimalist sticker (quality box with a magnetic latch, stand not included)
- High-res scans of the intact checklist page and authenticity docs are sent to all buyers in PDF
The 6mm star is never glued in the display box. It comes in a little bag placed in the box. The choice to glue it is yours.
From the collection of astronaut Jack Lousma. He was authorized to keep his checklist, but in 1986, a policy change meant that no new checklist would ever find its way into private hands again.