Today we are throwing back to the sixties with our Apollo Trajectory Plot Blueprint.
Prepared by the NASA Office of Manned Space Flight in May of 1967, this poster shows the flight path that took Apollo Astronauts to the moon and back. It served as a blueprint for the first lunar landing in July of 1969. Orbital paths indicate the positions of the Saturn V, the Command Service Module, and Lunar Excursion Module at each critical stage of the mission. Printed in four colors on 80 lb. stock, this impressive poster also provides explanations for several NASA acronyms.
Each Aero-Art blueprint is digitally scanned from original, vintage NASA artwork. Our artists then sharpen and define the detail and colors, and remove tears, creases, coffee stains, etc. Each pristine file is then printed on acid-free, archival 100# paper and ships rolled in a protective bag and tube with an informational label.
Own an extremely cool piece of space history for only $29.95 by clicking here: Apollo Trajectory Plot Blueprint