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The Space Shuttle is one of the most complex systems ever built in history! You too can own something from this monument to human creativity!
This actual piece of Space Shuttle Tile Material was made for the Space Shuttle Columbia, the first Space Shuttle to fly in outer space. This shuttle tile is not from the loss of STS-107 - it is from the original construction of Columbia. Packaging includes a clear plastic box with an authentic piece of Space Shuttle Tile Material resting on a sky blue foam insert. It is an excellent educational piece for kids and also makes a great conversational piece.
Space Shuttle on Launch Pad Set
This 3" diecast space shuttle with plastic booster rockets sits on the launch pad right on your desk. Shuttle separates from the rockets. Small parts - not for children under the age of three. Total height - 4 1/2 inches.
Space Mission 747 Shuttle Carrier
Transport the space shuttle on the 747 all the way across your room. Set includes a 6" diecast 747 shuttle carrier aircraft and a 3" diecast space shuttle. Shuttle separates from the carrier. Small parts - not for children under the age of three.
Orbiter Model With Working Doors
Daron models are famous for their quality and attention to detail. This Orbiter with working payload doors comes with a stand and is 1/100 scale. Size is 9 1/2" x 14 1/2".
Space Shuttle Model with Full Stack - Large
This 1/100 high quality Space Shuttle model with full stack features accurate NASA detailing and a stand is included. Stands 25 x 9 inches. This model is not a kit and is already constructed. It is meant for display such as a desk or case. Daron models are highly respected around the world for their quality of workmanship and for the attention to detail.
3D Space Shuttle Kite
All you need is a little wind and you can fly your own space shuttle. This cool 3D space shuttle kite features a 38" wing span and a 72" spinner tail. Strong quality construction of durable ripstop nylon and a fiberglass frame for strength.
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