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Astronaut Dad Auto Decal 4"
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'Astronaut Dad' Auto Decal 4" Astronaut Dad is one of five Astronaut Family Decals and leads the way, with the American Flag. Astronaut Dad is 4" and is easy to put on your car, truck, or space craft!
Failure Is Not An Option Bumper Sticker

FAILURE IS NOT AN OPTION Bumper Sticker.This Bumper Sticker is 10" x 3.25 inches andalso has a 3" NASA Logo on it.
'Astronaut Girl' Auto Decal 3"

Astronaut Girl is one of five Astronaut Family Decals. Astronaut Girl is capable of many Mission tasks and you may have seen her zero gravity acrobatics on youtube! Crazy stuff! Astronaut Girl is 3" and is easy to put on your car, truck, or space craft!
STS114 Mission Sticker STS119 Mission Sticker STS121 Mission Sticker
STS-114 Mission Sticker
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STS-114 Mission Sticker

This is the official NASA mission sticker for STS-114, Return To Flight. It signifies the return of the Space Shuttle to flight and honors the memory of the STS-107 Columbia crew. The blue Shuttle rising above Earth?s horizon includes the Columbia (the dove) constellation of seven stars, echoing the STS-107 patch and commemorating the seven members of that mission. The dominant design element of the STS-114 patch is the planet Earth, which represents the unity and dedication of the many people whose efforts allows the Shuttle to safely return to flight.
STS-119 Mission Sticker

Mission STS-119 is scheduled to be flown by Space Shuttle Discovery to the International Space Station. The launch date is yet to be determined, as efforts are being made to move the launch date up from the current February 12th launch date. STS-119 will deliver and assemble the fourth starboard Integrated Truss Segment and the fourth set of solar arrays and batteries to the station. The expected launch date is currently February 12, 2009.This patch is a fully embroidered, 4 inch patch.
  • Mission name STS-119
  • Space Shuttle Discovery
  • Launch pad LC-39A
  • Launch date February 12, 2009, approx. 07:30 a.m. EST
  • Mission duration 14 Days
  • STS-121 Mission Sticker

    STS-121 was a space shuttle mission to the International Space Station flown by Space Shuttle Discovery. The main purposes of the mission were to test new safety and repair techniques introduced following the Columbia disaster of February 2003 as well as to deliver supplies, equipment and European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Reiter from Germany to the ISS.It was the first shuttle launch on the United States' Independence Day. The mission lasted for 13 days before landing at the Kennedy Space Center on 17 July 2006.As the mission followed on from STS-114 in carrying out the recommendations made in response to the Columbia Accident Investigation Board report, it was considered a Return to Flight test mission. Its successful launch and landing led NASA to fully resume regular Space Shuttle launches in the construction of the ISS.
    STS124 Mission Sticker STS126 Mission Sticker STS131 Mission Sticker
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    STS-126 Mission Sticker
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    STS-124 Mission Sticker

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    Navy Cmdr. Mark E. Kelly will command the STS-124 shuttle mission to deliver the Pressurized Module and robotic arm of the Japanese Experiment Module, known as "Kibo" (hope), to the International Space Station. Navy Cmdr. Kenneth T. Ham will serve as the pilot. Mission specialists will include NASA astronauts Karen L. Nyberg; Air Force Col. Ronald J. Garan Jr.; and Air Force Reserve Col. Michael E. Fossum. Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Akihiko Hoshide also will serve as a mission specialist. Navy Cmdr. Stephen G. Bowen was previously named to the STS-124 crew but has been reassigned to STS-126. The change allows room for the STS-124 mission to rotate a space station resident. Astronaut Gregory E. Chamitoff is scheduled to fly to the station as a mission specialist on STS-124. He will take Astronaut Garrett E. Reisman's place as an Expedition 17 flight engineer and return to Earth on shuttle mission STS-126. The STS-124 mission is the second of three flights that will launch components to complete the Kibo laboratory. The mission will include two spacewalks to install the new lab and its remote manipulator system. The lab's logistics module, which will have been installed in a temporary location during STS-123, will be attached to the new lab. STS-124 is the 26th shuttle mission to the International Space StationLaunch Target:May 25, 2008Orbiter:DiscoveryMission Number:STS-124(123rd space shuttle flight)Primary Payload:26th station flight (1J), Kibo Pressurized Module, Japanese Remote Manipulator System
    STS-126 Mission Sticker

    STS-126 is the next Space Shuttle mission to the International Space Station (ISS) which will be flown by Space Shuttle Endeavour. The purpose of the ISS mission, named ULF2, is to deliver equipment and supplies to the station, and to service the Solar Alpha Rotary Joints (SARJs) and repair the problem in the starboard SARJ that has limited its use since STS-120. Launch of STS-126 is targeted for November 14, 2008.
    • Mission name STS-126
    • Space Shuttle Endeavor
    • Launch pad LC-39A
    • Launch date November 14, 2008, Approx. 8:43 p.m. EST (0143 UTC Nov. 13)
    • Landing November 27, 2008, Approx. 2:45 p.m. EST (1945 UTC)
    STS-131 Mission Sticker

    STS-131 is targeted for launch on April 5th, 2010. STS-131 mission will be flown by Space Shuttle Discovery, The primary payload is scheduled to be a Multi-Purpose Logistics Module. The mission will also perform an R&R on an ammonia tank assembly outside the station and return a LWAPA plate, located on the Columbus module. The mission also includes several on-board payloads, this mission has the most payloads since STS-107.
  • Mission name STS-131
  • Space shuttle Discovery
  • Launch pad 39A
  • Launch date NET April 5th, 2010
  • Landing NET April 18th, 2010
  • Mission duration 13 days
  • Mission STS133 Sticker now updated with Bowen STS134 Mission Sticker STS135 Mission Sticker
    STS-134 Mission Sticker
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    STS-135 Mission Sticker
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    Mission STS-133 Sticker (now updated with Bowen)STS-133 is currently scheduled for launch February 24, 2011, for a mission to the International Space Station. The mission will transport the Pressurized Multipurpose Module and the fourth ExPRESS Logistics Carrier to the ISS. The mission will be the 39th and final flight of Discovery and the 133rd and flight of the Space Shuttle program.

    STS-133 Mission Data:
    • Mission name STS-133
    • Space shuttle Discovery
    • Launch pad 39A
    • Launch date: February 24, 2011
    • Mission duration 11 Days
    • Orbital altitude 225 kilometers (121 nmi)
    • Orbital inclination 51.6 degrees


    STS-134 Mission Sticker

    STS-134 is the 134th and final planned mission of the Space Shuttle Program. This flight will deliver the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer and the third ExPRESS Logistics Carrier to the International Space Station.The mission will also mark the final flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour.Design changes in AMS-02 as well as delays to STS-133 have led to delays in the mission, and it is now targeted to launch on 26 February 2011. The experiment leader, Samuel Ting, has decided to replace the powerful superconducting magnet inside the spectrometer with an ordinary magnet.
      Mission name STS-134

    • Space shuttle Endeavour
    • Launch pad 39A
    • Launch date NET 19 April 2011, 19:48 EDT
    • Landing NET 3 May 2011
    • Mission duration 14 days
    • Orbital altitude 225 kilometres (121 nmi)
    • Orbital inclination 51.6 degrees
    STS-135 Mission Sticker

    Our STS-135 Mission Sticker is a 4" sticker

    STS-135 is the last planned Space Shuttle mission. Description: Space shuttle Atlantis will carry the Raffaello multipurpose logistics module to deliver supplies, logistics and spare parts to the International Space Station. Atlantis also will fly a system to investigate the potential for robotically refueling existing spacecraft and return a failed ammonia pump module.
    • Launch Date: June 28
    • Mission: STS-135
    • Launch Vehicle: Space Shuttle Atlantis
    • Launch Site: Kennedy Space Center - Launch Pad 39A
    • Launch Time: 3:40 p.m. EDT
    • Commander: Christopher Ferguson
    • Pilot: Douglas Hurley
    • Mission Specialist 1: Sandra Magnus
    • Mission Specialist 2: Rex Walheim
    Mars Curiosity Rover Decal Expedition 26 Mission Sticker Expedition Mission 16 Sticker
    Mars Curiosity Rover Decal

    The Mars Science Laboratory, managed by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California, launched the latest Mars Rover, Curiosity, on November 26th, 2011. Curiosity landed on Mars August 6th, 2012.5.25" x 3.75"
    Expedition 26 Mission 4" Sticker

    The Expedition 26 mission will be a mission to the International Space Station. The mission will begin with three astronauts. The mission is scheduled to begin in November 2010, with half of the crew of Expedition 25 coming back to Earth on board of Soyuz TMA-19.STS-134, which is currently scheduled to visit the International Space Station in November 2010. It will be commanded by Mark E. Kelly, the brother of the ISS commander.
    • Number of crew 6 (planned)
    • Launch November 2010
    • Launch site Baikonur Cosmondrome, Kazakhstan
    • Launch craft Soyuz TMA-01M, Soyuz TMA-20
    Expedition Mission 16 Sticker
    Expedition 16 is the 16th expedition to the International Space Station (ISS). The first two crew members, Yuri Malenchenko, and Peggy Whitson are scheduled for launch on October 6, 2007, aboard Soyuz TMA-11, together with Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor, the first Malaysian astronaut.For the first part of the mission, Flight Engineer Clayton Anderson will still be onboard from Expedition 15. This will be only for a matter of days as STS-120 is scheduled to launch on October 20 and dock two days later, the day after Soyuz TMA-10 undocks and lands. STS-120 will replace Anderson with new Flight Engineer Dan Tani. If STS-122 launches on schedule, they will be joined by Leopold Eyharts, who will be launched aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis on December 6, replacing Tani. They will also be joined by Garrett Reisman who will be launched aboard Endeavour on STS-123 on February 14, replacing Tani and he will continue his stint on the ISS through the first part of Expedition 17.Expedition 16 will be the first ISS mission to include two crewmembers who have served on a previous expedition. Whitson will be the first female commander of an ISS expedition. In addition, STS-120 will be commanded by female astronaut Pam Melroy, creating the first time that two female mission commanders are in orbit simultaneously.
    Expedition 20 Mission Sticker Expedition 21 Mission Sticker Expedition 22 Mission Sticker
    Expedition 20 Mission Sticker
    Expedition 20 is the 20th long duration flight to the International Space Station. This expedition is scheduled to start in May 2009. Because, for the first time, six crew members will be at the station, there will be two separate Soyuz TMA flights launched at two different times (each Soyuz TMA can hold only three people) : Soyuz TMA-14 in March 2009 and Soyuz TMA-15 in May 2009.Gennady Padalka will be the first commander of a six-crew ISS and the first commander of two consecutive expeditions (Expedition 19 and 20). Nicole Stott will be the final expedition astronaut to be launched on the Shuttle.

      Expedition 20 Details:
    • Number of crew 6 (planned)
    • Launch date May 2009
    • Launch spacecraft Soyuz TMA-14, STS-127, Soyuz TMA-15, STS-128
    Expedition 21 Mission Sticker
    Expedition 21 will be the 21st long-crew-flight of the International Space Station (ISS). This expedition is scheduled to start in October 2009. Frank de Winne will be the first ESA astronaut to command a space mission.The handover between Expedition 20 and Expedition 21 will require three Soyuz vehicles being docked to the station at the same time, a unique occurrence. Nicole P. Stott will be the final ISS expedition crew member to fly on the Shuttle, with STS-129.Expedition 21 Mission Details:
  • Number of crew 6 (planned)
  • Launch date October 2009
  • Launch spacecraft Soyuz TMA-15, STS-128, Soyuz TMA-16
  • Expedition 22 Mission Sticker
    Expedition 22 begins with the Soyuz TMA-15 undocking in November 2009. Three new crew members will arrive shortly thereafter on Soyuz TMA-17.Soyuz TMA-16Crew: Jeff Williams, Maxim SuraevLaunch: Sept. 30, 2009Docking: Oct. 2, 2009Landing: March 18, 2010Soyuz TMA-17Crew: Oleg Kotov, Soichi Noguchi, T.J. CreamerLaunch: Dec. 7, 2009Docking: Dec. 9, 2009Landing: May 2010
  • Number of crew: 6 (planned)
  • Launch date: November 2009
  • Launch spacecraft Soyuz TMA-16, Soyuz TMA-17
  • Expedition 25 Mission Sticker Expedition 27 Mission 4 Sticker Expedition 28 Mission 4 Sticker
    Expedition 25 Mission Sticker
    Expedition 25 will be the twenty-fifth long-duration mission to the International Space Station.Expedition 25
    • Number of crew 6 (planned)
    • Launch September 2010
    • Launch site Baikonur Cosmondrome, Kazakhstan
    • Launch craft Soyuz TMA-19, Soyuz TMA-01M
    Expedition 27 Mission 4" Sticker
    Expedition 27 is scheduled to be the 27th expedition to the International Space Station. The launch date is scheduled for March of 2011, with a planned crew of 6.
    • Number of crew 6 (planned)
    • Launch March 2011
    • Launch site: Baikonur Cosmondrome, Kazakhstan
    • Launch craft: Soyuz TMA-20, Soyuz TMA-21
    Expedition 28 Mission 4" Sticker
    Expedition 28 is scheduled to be the 28th expedition to the International Space Station. The launch date is scheduled for March of 2011, with a planned crew of 6.
    • Number of crew 6 (planned)
    • Launch May 2011
    • Launch site: Baikonur Cosmondrome, Kazakhstan
    • Soyuz TMA-21, Soyuz TMA-02M
    Expedition 31 Mission Sticker Expedition 32 Mission Sticker Expedition 33 Mission Sticker
    Expedition 31 Mission Sticker
    Expedition 31 is scheduled to be the thirty-first expedition to the International Space Station. Expedition 31 begins with the Soyuz TMA-22 undocking. Three new crew members will arrive shortly thereafter on Soyuz TMA-04M. Number of crew 6 (planned) Launch site Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan Start March 2012 (UTC)
    • Position First Part
    • (March 2012) Second Part
    • (March 2012 to May 2012)
    • Commander Oleg Kononenko, RSA
    • Flight Engineer 1 Andr´┐Ż Kuipers, ESA
    • Flight Engineer 2 Don Pettit, NASA
    • Flight Engineer 3 Joseph M. Acaba, NASA
    • Flight Engineer 4 Gennady Padalka, RSA
    • Flight Engineer 5 Konstantin Valkov, RSA
    Expedition 32 Mission Sticker
    Expedition 32 is scheduled to be the thirty-second expedition to the International Space Station. Expedition 32 begins with the Soyuz TMA-03M undocking in May 2012. Three new crew members will arrive shortly thereafter on Soyuz TMA-05M.
    • Number of crew 6 (planned)
    • Launch site Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan
    • Start May 2012 (UTC) (2012-05Z)
    • Commander Gennady Padalka, RSA
    • Flight Engineer 1 Joseph M. Acaba, NASA
    • Flight Engineer 2 Konstantin Valkov, RSA
    • Flight Engineer 3 Sunita Williams, NASA
    • Flight Engineer 4 Yuri Malenchenko, RSA
    • Flight Engineer 5 Akihiko Hoshide, JAXA
    Expedition 33 Mission Sticker
    Expedition 33 is scheduled to be the thirty-third expedition to the International Space Station.
    • Number of crew 6 (planned)
    • Launch: September 2012
    • Launch site: Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan
    • Commander: Sunita Williams, NASA
    • Flight Engineer 1 Yuri Malenchenko, RSA
    • Flight Engineer 2 Akihiko Hoshide, JAXA
    • Flight Engineer 3 Kevin A. Ford, NASA
    • Flight Engineer 4 Oleg Novitskiy, RSA
    • Flight Engineer 5 Evgeny Tarelkin, RSA
    Expedition 35 Mission Sticker Expedition 36 Mission Sticker with names Expedition 38 Mission Sticker
    Expedition 35 Mission Sticker
    Expedition 35 is the 35th mission to the International Space Station. The expedition will start in March 2013, when the Expedition 34 crew departs from the ISS. This will mark the first time a Canadian astronaut - Colonel Chris Hadfield - will be in command of the station. Expedition 35 will also be only the second time an ISS crew is led by neither a NASA astronaut, nor a Roscosmos cosmonaut, after Expedition 21 in 2009, when ESA astronaut Frank de Winne was in command.Number of crew 6 (planned) Launch site Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan Start March 2013
    • Commander Chris Hadfield, CSA
    • Flight Engineer 1 Thomas Marshburn, NASA
    • Flight Engineer 2 Roman Romanenko, RSA
    • Flight Engineer 3 Christopher Cassidy, NASA
    • Flight Engineer 4 Pavel Vinogradov, RSA
    • Flight Engineer 5 Aleksandr Misurkin, RSA
    Expedition 36 Mission Sticker (with names)
    Expedition Mission 36 is to be the thirty-sixth expedition to the International Space Station. Expedition 36 begins with the undocking of Soyuz TMA-07M in May 2013. Three new crew members will arrive aboard Soyuz TMA-09M, which is scheduled to launch in May 2013. Number of crew 6 (planned) Launch May 2013 Launch site Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan
    • Commander Pavel Vinogradov, RSA
    • Flight Engineer 1 Aleksandr Misurkin, RSA
    • Flight Engineer 2 Chris Cassidy, NASA
    • Flight Engineer 3 Karen L. Nyberg, NASA
    • Flight Engineer 4 Maksim Surayev, RSA
    • Flight Engineer 5 Luca Parmitano, ESA
    Expedition 38 Mission Sticker
    This is the Official Expedition 38 Mission Sticker.Expedition 38 is scheduled to be the thirty-eighth expedition to the International Space Station. Expedition 38 will begin with the undocking of Soyuz TMA-09M in Nov. 2013. Three new crew members will arrive aboard Soyuz TMA-11M, which is scheduled to launch in Nov. 2013.
    • Soyuz TMA-10M
    • Crew: Oleg Kotov, Sergey Ryzansky, Michael Hopkins
    • Launch: Sept. 2013
    • Landing: March 2014
    Soyuz TMA-11MCrew: Richard Mastracchio, Koichi Wakata, Mikhail TyurinLaunch: Nov. 2013Landing: TBD
    Expedition 40 Sticker Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover Decal Train Like an Astronaut Decal
    Expedition 40 Sticker
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    Expedition 40 Sticker

    Expedition 40 is scheduled to be the 40th expedition to the International Space Station. Expedition 40 will begin in May 2014. The second half of the crew is scheduled to launch in June 2014.

    • Soyuz TMA-12M
    • Crew: Alexander Skvortsov, Oleg Artemyev, Steve Swanson
    • Launch: April 2014
    • Landing: September 2014
    Mars Science Laboratory - Curiosity Rover Decal
    The Mars Science Laboratory, managed by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California, launched the latest Mars Rover, Curiosity, on November 26th, 2011. Curiosity landed on Mars August 6th, 2012.3.5" x 3"
    Train Like An Astronaut Sticker
    Our new 'Train Like An Astronaut' sticker is a tribute to the Train Like An Astronaut Program by NASA Mission X Project:Mission X: Train Like an Astronaut is an international educational challenge focusing on fitness and nutrition as we encourage students to "train like an astronaut."Mission X is focused on fitness and nutrition because we know that a healthy body is necessary to be a 'Fit Explorer!' The World Health Organization has designated childhood obesity as one of the most serious public health challenges of the 21st century - and diet, physical activity, and health are the best answers to this largely preventable problem. Astronauts know the vital importance of physical training for mission success, and we are excited for kids all over the world to learn from them - for life success.Please visit NASA Mission X Train Like An Astronaut Program.
    STS129 Mission Sticker STS130 Mission Sticker Expedition 29 Mission Sticker
    STS-129 Mission Sticker
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    STS-129 Mission Sticker

    Space Shuttle Mission STS-129 is scheduled to be flown by Space Shuttle Atlantis. STS-129 is a mission to the International Space Station. The launch date for the mission is scheduled for November 12, 2009.The primary focus for STS-129 will be staging spare components outside the station. The 11-day flight is scheduled to include at least three spacewalks. The payload bay will carry two large External Logistics Carriers holding two spare gyroscopes, two nitrogen tank assemblies, two pump modules, an ammonia tank assembly, a spare latching end effector for the station's robotic arm, a spare trailing umbilical system for the Mobile Transporter, and a high-pressure gas tank.
      STS-129 Mission Details:
    • Mission name: STS-129
    • Space Shuttle: Atlantis
    • Launch pad 39A
    • Launch date NET November 12, 2009 16:11 EST
    • Landing November 23, 2009
    • Mission duration 11 days
    • Commander: Charles O. Hobaugh
    • Pilot: Barry E. Wilmore
    • Mission Specialist 1: Michael Foreman
    • Mission Specialist 2: Randolph Bresnik
    • Mission Specialist 3: Leland D. Melvin
    • Mission Specialist 4: Robert Satcher
    STS-130 Mission Sticker

    Our STS-130 Mission Decal is 5" x 4" and features the official emblem of STS-130.STS-130 is the next space shuttle mission to the International Space Station. The mission will use Space Shuttle Endeavour. It is currently targeted for a February 8, 2010 launch. The primary payloads are scheduled to be the Tranquility module and the Cupola, a robotic control station with six windows around its sides and another in the center that provides a 360-degree view around the station.
    Expedition 29 Mission Sticker

    Expedition 29 is scheduled to be the 29th expedition to the International Space Station, planned for launch in September 2011. To start his mission, Soyuz-FG is to launch Soyuz TMA-02M with three crew on June 8. Soyuz TMA-02M crew consists of Sergey Volkov (Roscosmos), Satoshi Furukawa (JAXA), Michael Fossum (NASA). Their backups are Oleg Kononenko (Roscosmos), Donald Pettit (NASA), Andre Kuipers (ESA). Roscosmos PAO
    • Number of crew 6 (planned)
    • Launch site Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan
    • Launch craft Soyuz TMA-02M, Soyuz TMA-22
    • Start September 2011 (UTC)
    Expediton 13 Mission Sticker Expedition 14 Mission Sticker Expedition 23 Mission Sticker
    Expediton 13 Mission Sticker

    The updated Expedition 13 patch is here! The Expedition 13 crew of Commander Pavel Vinogradov and NASA ISS Science Officer Jeffrey Williams is the 13th expedition to the International Space Station (ISS). This expedition utilized the Soyuz TMA-8, which will stay for the duration of the mission for emergency evacuation.During their six-month stay on the orbiting laboratory Vinogradov and Williams were joined by European Space Agency (ESA) Astronaut Thomas Reiter. The German astronaut launched aboard Discovery on the STS-121 shuttle mission. The newly-updated Expedition 13 patch now bares Reiter's name at the bottom.His arrival restored the station crew to three members for the first time since May 2003. Crew size was reduced to two and shuttle flights were put on hold after the Columbia accident Feb. 1, 2003.
    Expedition 14 Mission Sticker
    Introducing the International Space Station's Expedition 14 crew emblem. The Roman numeral XIV suspended above the Earth against the black background of space symbolizes the 14th long-duration mission to the outpost. The five stars honor the astronauts and cosmonauts of missions Apollo 1, Soyuz 1, Soyuz 11, Challenger, and Columbia, who gave their lives in the pursuit of knowledge and discovery.A veteran crew will fly aboard the International Space Station this fall and winter into 2007. They will work to expand the complex now that three crew members are aboard once again. Making his fourth flight into space, NASA astronaut and Navy Capt. Michael Lopez-Alegria , 45, will command Expedition 14, the 14th long-duration mission to the station, and serve as the NASA science officer. Russian Cosmonaut Mikhail Tyurin, 46, will serve as Flight Engineer and Soyuz Commander for launch, landing and on-orbit operations. The two astronauts' mission to the station is planned for six months.Lopez-Alegria and Tyurin will be joined late this year by NASA astronaut and Navy Cmdr. Sunita (Suni) Williams, 41, who will make her first flight into space aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery on the STS-116 mission to join Expedition 14 in progress. She will replace European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Reiter as the third expedition crew member on the station for her six-month mission.Also, American businesswoman Anousheh Ansari will fly with the Expedition 14 crew to the International Space Station as a spaceflight participant. She will spend nine days on the station under a commercial agreement with the Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos) and will return to Earth with the Expedition 13 crew.
    Expedition 23 will be the 23rd long-crew-flight of the International Space Station (ISS).The Mission will be a 2 part Mission; First Part(March 2010 to April 2010) Second Part(April 2010 to May 2010)This sticker is the official emblem of the EXP-23 Mission.
    Expedition Mission 37 Sticker International Space Station Flags Decal NASA Logo Sticker in size 225 Inches
    Expedition Mission 37 Sticker
    Mission Expedition 37 will begin with the undocking of Soyuz TMA-08M in Sept. 2013. Three new crew members will arrive aboard Soyuz TMA-10M, which is scheduled to launch in Sept. 2013.
      Mission Details:
    • Soyuz TMA-09M
    • Crew: Fyodor Yurchikhin, Karen Nyberg, Luca Parmitano
    • Launch: May 2013
    • Landing: November 2013
    • Soyuz TMA-10M
    • Crew: Oleg Kotov, Sergey Ryzansky, Michael HopkinsLaunch: Sept. 2013
    • Landing: March 2014
    International Space Station Flags Decal
    Our 4-inch diameter International Space Station flags decal features a picture of the orbiting laboratory as it appears today circled by the flags of the 16 nations that have contributed to it being built. Under the ISS, the inscription reads: "When we work together, we can accomplish wondrous things," a sentiment relayed to Earth by the Expedition Four crew.
    2.25 Inch NASA Logo Sticker

    Great for party favors, books, bikes and more. This NASA "Meatball" Logo Sticker is 2.25 inches in diameter. Large quantities available. Click here for the patch. Click here for the large 8-inch patch.

    Bringing back memories of NASA's early successes, this logo dates back to 1959, when the National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics (NACA) metamorphosed into an agency that would advance both space and aeronautics: the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). After a NASA Lewis Research Center illustrator's design was chosen for the new agency's official seal, the head of Lewis' Research Reports Division, James Modarelli, was asked by the executive secretary of NACA to design a logo that could be used for less formal purposes. Mr. Modarelli simplified the seal, leaving only the white stars and orbital path on a round field of blue with a red airfoil. Then he added white N-A-S-A lettering. In the "meatball" design, the sphere represents a planet, the stars represent space, the red chevron is a wing representing aeronautics (the latest design in hypersonic wings at the time the logo was developed), and then there is an orbiting spacecraft going around the wing. Known officially as the insignia, NASA's round logo was not called the "meatball" until 1975, when NASA decided a more modern logo was in order and switched to the "worm"--a red, stylized rendering of the letters N-A-S-A. In 1992, Administrator Dan Goldin brought NASA's meatball back from retirement to invoke memories of the one-giant-leap-for-mankind glory days of Apollo and to show that "the magic is back at NASA." Click here for more information on the logo.
    NASA Logo Sticker in size 4 Inches NASA Vector Sticker Sheet
    NASA 4" Logo - Sticker
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    NASA Logo Sticker in size 4 inches
    Great for party favors, books, bikes and more. This NASA "Meatball" Logo Sticker is approximately 41/2 wide by 3 3/4 inches high. Large quantities available. Click here for the patch. Click here for the large 8-inch patch.

    Bringing back memories of NASA's early successes, this logo dates back to 1959, when the National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics (NACA) metamorphosed into an agency that would advance both space and aeronautics: the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). After a NASA Lewis Research Center illustrator's design was chosen for the new agency's official seal, the head of Lewis' Research Reports Division, James Modarelli, was asked by the executive secretary of NACA to design a logo that could be used for less formal purposes. Mr. Modarelli simplified the seal, leaving only the white stars and orbital path on a round field of blue with a red airfoil. Then he added white N-A-S-A lettering. In the "meatball" design, the sphere represents a planet, the stars represent space, the red chevron is a wing representing aeronautics (the latest design in hypersonic wings at the time the logo was developed), and then there is an orbiting spacecraft going around the wing. Known officially as the insignia, NASA's round logo was not called the "meatball" until 1975, when NASA decided a more modern logo was in order and switched to the "worm"--a red, stylized rendering of the letters N-A-S-A. In 1992, Administrator Dan Goldin brought NASA's meatball back from retirement to invoke memories of the one-giant-leap-for-mankind glory days of Apollo and to show that "the magic is back at NASA." Click here for more information on the logo.tos
    NASA Vector Logo Sticker Sheet

    A sheet of 15 NASA Vector stickers. (not 24 as shown) This makes a great party favor! The stickers are approximately 1 inch in diameter.
    Space Blast Stickers (4 Sticker Sheets)

    Space Blast Sticker Sheets are perfect to give out at Space and Astronaut Parties!
    Each sticker sheet has the solar system and a spaceship rocket.

    • 4 sheets
    • 6" x 4"
    NASA Logo Sticker in size 8 inches

    Great for party favors, books, bikes and more. This NASA "Meatball" Logo Sticker is approximately 8"

    Bringing back memories of NASA's early successes, this logo dates back to 1959, when the National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics (NACA) metamorphosed into an agency that would advance both space and aeronautics: the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). After a NASA Lewis Research Center illustrator's design was chosen for the new agency's official seal, the head of Lewis' Research Reports Division, James Modarelli, was asked by the executive secretary of NACA to design a logo that could be used for less formal purposes. Mr. Modarelli simplified the seal, leaving only the white stars and orbital path on a round field of blue with a red airfoil. Then he added white N-A-S-A lettering. In the "meatball" design, the sphere represents a planet, the stars represent space, the red chevron is a wing representing aeronautics (the latest design in hypersonic wings at the time the logo was developed), and then there is an orbiting spacecraft going around the wing. Known officially as the insignia, NASA's round logo was not called the "meatball" until 1975, when NASA decided a more modern logo was in order and switched to the "worm"--a red, stylized rendering of the letters N-A-S-A. In 1992, Administrator Dan Goldin brought NASA's meatball back from retirement to invoke memories of the one-giant-leap-for-mankind glory days of Apollo and to show that "the magic is back at NASA."

    Expedition Mission 41 Sticker

    Expedition 41
    is scheduled to be the 41st expedition to the International Space Station.
    Expedition 41 will begin in September 2014. The remainder of the crew is scheduled to launch in September 2014.

    Soyuz 39
    Crew: Reid Wiseman, Maxim Suraev, Alexander Gerst

    Launch: May 28, 2014
    Landing: November 2014

    Soyuz 40
    Crew: Barry Wilmore, Elena Serova, Alexander Samoukutyaev

    Launch: September 2014
    Landing: March 2015