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Apollo 7 Mission Patch

Apollo 7 Mission Patch Genuine Space

  • Product Name: Apollo 7 Mission Patch
  • Style Theme: Vintage Space Exploration
  • Number of Pieces: 1
  • Mounting Type: Sew-On or Iron-On
  • Sizes: Available on multiple size 2,3,4

Original price was: $19.00.Current price is: $16.00.

Description

Apollo 7 Mission Patch Genuine Space

The Apollo 7 mission fix remains as an image of strength and a venturing stone on the way to the Moon. Sent off in 1968, it denoted the primary maintained trip of the Apollo program after the grievous Apollo 1 fire. A closer look at the design and what it means:we also have Apollo 5 Mission Patch Authentic Space Collectible

Center Stage: Earth in Orbit  Apollo 7 Mission Patch

The focal plan of the Apollo 7 mission fix rotates around Earth, not the Moon. This reflects the primary objective of the mission, which was to test the Apollo spacecraft’s systems for an extended period of time in Earth orbit. Earth shows up in a light blue shade with unmistakable North and South American bodies of land, helping watchers to remember the mission’s starting point and final location for future lunar missions.

Encircled in Flame:

A stylized ellipse that is circling the Earth in bright orange represents the fiery exhaust trail that the Apollo spacecraft’s engine left behind during its eleven-day mission. The spacecraft’s propulsion capabilities and the dynamic nature of space travel are captured in this element.

A Touch of History:

At the bottom of the patch, the Roman numeral “VII” is boldly displayed in the Pacific Ocean region on the Earth globe. This signifies the mission number, Apollo 7, and its crucial role in the Apollo program’s timeline.

A Tribute to the Crew:

Arcing across the bottom of the patch are the names of the three astronauts who bravely undertook this critical mission: Walter M. Schirra (Commander), Donn F. Eisele (Command Module Pilot), and R. Walter Cunningham (Lunar Module Pilot).

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