Apollo 11 Lunar Module 48th Scale Diorama
Item #: ModelLMwithAstronaut
Apollo 11 Lunar Module 48thS= Scale Diorama On July 20, 1969 the lunar module, called Eagle, separated from the Command Module, named Columbia. Eagle was named after the eagle present on the insignia. Columbia is a traditional, feminized name for the United States, used in song and poetry, and also a reference to the columbiad cannon used to launch moonships in Jules Verne's novel From the Earth to the Moon. Michael Collins, alone aboard Columbia, inspected Eagle as it pirouetted before him to ensure the craft was not damaged. Armstrong and Aldrin used Eagle's descent engine to right themselves and descend to the lunar surface.
- Highly detailed Diorama of the Lunar Module with Apollo Astronaut
- Scale - 1/48 Please allow 8-10 weeks from the time of order to delivery, as these models are custom made upon ordering. An additional shipping and handling charge of $50 will be added to your order. No discounts will apply to this model and all sales are final.