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Marshall Space Flight Center Exhibits - Artifacts

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Artifacts and Specialty Items

The MSFC Exhibits program has a growing inventory of Apollo, Skylab, Space Shuttle, Spacelab and International Space Station artifacts, including items that have flown in space, were used for astronaut training, or otherwise have historic significance.Space Shuttle hardware include tiles, tires, astronaut food and drink, and more. Contact the MSFC Exhibits program for a list of available hardware or to request loan of a specific item.

Apollo 15 Lunar Sample

Lunar Sample 10' Mural› Large (2400 x 1800, 300 ppi)
› Medium (720 x 540, 72 ppi)
› Small (100 x 75, 72 ppi)

The Apollo 15 Lunar Sample is an actual piece of a larger rock retrieved from the moon by Dave Scott in 1971. The Lunar Sample must be handled by a NASA-certified staffer with extreme care and security at all times. Training and detailed instructions for handling will be provided to each exhibitor. A lockable black, covered display case is also available for use with the sample.

An optional 10-foot backdrop and display case is available for displaying this artifact. (A separate data sheet is available for this option.)

› Exhibit Data Sheet (PDF, 324 Kb)

› Lunar Sample Display Agreement (PDF, 102 Kb)

Speaker's Kit

Speaker's Kit› Large (2400 x 1800, 300 ppi)
› Medium (720 x 540, 72 ppi)
› Small (100 x 75, 72 ppi)

The purpose of the Speaker's Kit is to display visual aides that educate and expose the general public to different components of the Space Shuttle. Each component is accompanied by text that explains its importance. In addition to Shuttle hardware, information is conveyed through the use of models, artifacts, and supplemental audio and video. A representative from the Speaker's Bureau at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center will be provided to present this information.

› Exhibit Data Sheet (PDF, 349 KB)

The MSFC Exhibits program has a growing inventory of Apollo, Skylab, Space Shuttle, Spacelab and International Space Station artifacts, including items that have flown in space, were used for astronaut training, or otherwise have historic significance.Space Shuttle hardware include tiles, tires, astronaut food and drink, and more. Contact the MSFC Exhibits program for a list of available hardware or to request loan of a specific item.

Apollo 15 Lunar Sample

Lunar Sample 10' Mural› Large (2400 x 1800, 300 ppi)
› Medium (720 x 540, 72 ppi)
› Small (100 x 75, 72 ppi)

The Apollo 15 Lunar Sample is an actual piece of a larger rock retrieved from the moon by Dave Scott in 1971. The Lunar Sample must be handled by a NASA-certified staffer with extreme care and security at all times. Training and detailed instructions for handling will be provided to each exhibitor. A lockable black, covered display case is also available for use with the sample.

An optional 10-foot backdrop and display case is available for displaying this artifact. (A separate data sheet is available for this option.)

› Exhibit Data Sheet (PDF, 324 Kb)

› Lunar Sample Display Agreement (PDF, 102 Kb)

Speaker's Kit

Speaker's Kit› Large (2400 x 1800, 300 ppi)
› Medium (720 x 540, 72 ppi)
› Small (100 x 75, 72 ppi)

The purpose of the Speaker's Kit is to display visual aides that educate and expose the general public to different components of the Space Shuttle. Each component is accompanied by text that explains its importance. In addition to Shuttle hardware, information is conveyed through the use of models, artifacts, and supplemental audio and video. A representative from the Speaker's Bureau at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center will be provided to present this information.

› Exhibit Data Sheet (PDF, 349 KB)

Page Last Updated: September 30th, 2013
Page Editor: Lee Mohon