A piece of Skylab debris recovered from Esperance Shire, Western Australia. With help from NASA, Australian authorities were able to eastablish that this piece was cut from a lightweight structural beam the rest of which....
A cross section of Shuttle External Tank foam insulation and a sample of Apollo Command Module heatshield material from The Avco Corp.
A limted edition exact replica of the commemorative plaque left on the lunar surface by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, July 1969.
The Lunar Communications Relay Unit or LCRU included a tv camera and was carried on the Lunar Rovers for Apollo's 15, 16 and 17. This system afforded high quality colour tv images for the duration of each EVA and even captured the launch of each the ascent stages.
This unflown mylar blanked was sent to me by RCA Corp in 1974 and includes the velcro tab used to secure the lens sunshade.
Gene Cernan. The last man to drive on the moon and the last to use the Lunar Communications Relay Unit (LCRU) while on the lunar surface: Apollo 17, December, 1972