NASA Astronaut Doll with Child's Backpack
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Let your child’s aspirations be limitless with this NASA Astronaut Doll. Dressed in an authentic NASA flight suit and boots, this fully articulated astronaut role model pulls a wheeled luggage carrier holding a NASA suitcase that can be opened and closed. Pink-trimmed clear carrying case doubles as a child’s backpack. Plastic. Choking Hazard: Small parts not for children under age 3. Note: Hair color of the doll will vary. Doll: 11.5"h.; Backpack: 9.25"w. x 1.5"d. x 10.75"h.
The flight suit worn by astronaut payload specialist Jake Garn on NASA’s STS 51-D Space Shuttle mission aboard Discovery in April 1985 is one of many items of astronaut gear in the collections of the National Air and Space Museum. At the time of his flight, former U.S. Navy pilot Jake Garn was a U.S. senator (R-Utah) on the Senate Appropriations Committee and serving as chairman of the subcommittee overseeing NASA’s budget.
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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