APOLLO 11 LUNAR MOUL DIORAMA
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Pictures and info on the Apollo 11 lunar module diorama.
The Apollo 11 space mission is one
that is not soon to be forgotten. This historic time in history deserves some
memorabilia honoring that time and there is plenty of it! Now available is the
Apollo 11 Lunar Module Diorama.
On July 20, 1969, the lunar module, which was
called Eagle became detached from the command module, which was named Columbia.
Eagle was named after the image of the Eagle that is present on the insignia.
Columbia is not only a name that is used in popular American poetry and songs
but is also what the cannon is called that is used to launch spacecraft from the
Earth to the Moon in Jules Verne’s novel.
When the lunar module became detached Michael
Collins examined the Eagle as it spun before him to ensure that it had not been
damaged. He was alone on the Columbia module. Famous astronauts Armstrong and
Aldrin used Eagle’s descent engine to land on the moon’s surface.
This wonderful diorama is mounted on a wooden
plaque with a smaller silver plaque in the corner to commemorate this historic
event. An astronaut is featured in the upper right corner planting an American
flag on the surface. This wonderful tribute is available for $495.00.
Apollo 11 Lunar Module Diorama
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