PRE-ORDERS OPEN, ESTIMATED SHIPPING BY APRIL 17!
April 1970, the Apollo 13 Command Module "Odyssey" is crippled by an explosion. Power failing and losing oxygen quickly, the brave crew of Apollo 13 use LM-7 "Aquarius" as a emergency lifeboat. Designed for only 2 astronauts for a 2 day lunar landing, against all odds, Aquarius kept Jim Lovell, Jack Swigert, and Fred Haise, alive and well for 4 days, allowing them to survive and land safely back on Earth.
Jim Lovell made a point to save the retrofit lunar landing plaque, scheduled to be affixed during Lunar EVA. This was a last minute reprint after primary CMP Ken Mattingly was swapped out for backup, Jack Swigert due to a possible case of the Measles just 3 days before launch.
Bring home a desktop replica of that plaque! Black printing on brushed aluminum, sized nicely at 6x8" (about 15x20cm) to fit in a shelf, desk, or mounted in a frame.
These come flat, but can be gently and easily rolled (recommended while still in the packaging), to allow the plaque to stand on its own, replicating the curve of the original plaque (which proudly sits on display at the Adler Planetarium).
Made in USA.