Bullet Space Pen with Space Shuttle Emblem
Still the One and Only. Since its development in 1948, the space pen is still the only one that can write in extreme heat or cold, under water, over most grease and at any angle. One of the original pens can be found in our National Air & Space Museum collection. We offer the latest version of this Bullet Space Pen with Space Shuttle Emblem in brass with matte black finish. Replaceable with medium-point SPR4 pressurized ink cartridge. Gift boxed. Made in the USA. 3.75"l.
You don’t need to be an astronaut OR a rocket scientist to appreciate the Human Spaceflight exhibit at our National Air and Space Museum’s Udvar-Hazy Center. It’s all about the incredible reality of space travel—how small the Mercury capsule seems; how enormous the space shuttle is. This spring, the newly decommissioned shuttle Discovery will be displayed. The gifts, apparel and models we offer here honor America’s extraordinary Space Shuttle history.
Every Smithsonian purchase will arrive with a museum provenance card explaining how it is adapted from or inspired by an object or objects in our collection.
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