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Shuttle Full Stack 1/200

Shuttle Full Stack 1/200

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This high quality replica is crafted from plastic and comes with a wooden base. Dimensions are 13"(H) X 6"(L) X 4.5"(Wingspan). Space Shuttle Atlantis lifted off on its maiden voyage on October 3, 1985, on mission STS-51-J, the second dedicated Department of Defense flight . It flew one other mission, STS-61-B, the second night launch in the shuttle program. Beginning in 1995 with STS-71, Atlantis made seven straight flights to the former Russian space station Mir as part of the Shuttle-Mir Program. STS-71 marked a number of historic firsts in human spaceflight: 100th U.S. manned space flight; first U.S. shuttle-Russian Space Station Mir docking and joint on-orbit operations; and first on-orbit changeout of shuttle crew. When linked, Atlantis and Mir together formed the largest spacecraft in orbit at the time.

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This high quality replica is crafted from plastic and comes with a wooden base. Dimensions are 13"(H) X 6"(L) X 4.5"(Wingspan). Space Shuttle Atlantis lifted off on its maiden voyage on October 3, 1985, on mission STS-51-J, the second dedicated Department of Defense flight . It flew one other mission, STS-61-B, the second night launch in the shuttle program. Beginning in 1995 with STS-71, Atlantis made seven straight flights to the former Russian space station Mir as part of the Shuttle-Mir Program. STS-71 marked a number of historic firsts in human spaceflight: 100th U.S. manned space flight; first U.S. shuttle-Russian Space Station Mir docking and joint on-orbit operations; and first on-orbit changeout of shuttle crew. When linked, Atlantis and Mir together formed the largest spacecraft in orbit at the time.
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