NASA MINI SPACE SHUTTLE & LAUNCH MINIATURE DESKTOP CLOCK

SKU: C1025 S
NASA MINI SPACE SHUTTLE & LAUNCH MINIATURE DESKTOP CLOCK

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NASA MINI SPACE SHUTTLE & LAUNCH MINIATURE DESKTOP CLOCK SKU: C1025 S
USD $34.99
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Time Flies!!



5..4..3..2..1! Almost as nice as the view from mission control! This rendtion of a shuttle and launch is sure to be a prize tinyclock in any collection.


The spaceship Columbia has continued the pioneering legacy of its forebears, becoming the first Space Shuttle to fly into Earth orbit in 1981. Four sister ships joined the fleet over the next 10 years: Challenger, arriving in 1982 but destroyed four years later; Discovery, 1983; Atlantis, 1985; and Endeavour, built as a replacement for Challenger, 1991. A test vehicle, the Enterprise, was used for suborbital approach and landing tests and did not fly in space. The names of Columbia's sister ships each boast their own illustrious pedigree.


Cast in solid metal and heavy as a paperweight, featuring an eyecatching chrome & matte silver finish with a quality quartz movement timepiece housed in the heavy base.



  • Weight: 5 1/2 0Z (2455g)

  • Height: 4 3/4" (120mm)

  • Width: 2 1/4" (57mm)

  • Depth: 1 1/2" (40mm)

  • Material:Die-Cast Metal

  • Movement: PC21

  • Battery: AG4 /377A


WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT MINICLOCK.COM:

  • "It's like collecting time!" ~ Alice Kubitz.

  • "The MiniClock customer service team is helpful, friendly & experienced. Don't tell my husband but...I have like 30 pieces now!" ~ Jane C.

  • "Miniclocks are best things that have happened to me when it comes to gift shopping. I've been giving these treasures out for years now!"~ D. Anderson.

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