SpaceX FALCON HEAVY DEMO authentic mission patch, RARE
Authentic SpaceX FALCON HEAVY DEMO mission patch, original and RARE! Measures: 5" x 6" condition: new FH launch. The Falcon Heavy test flight (also known as Falcon Heavy demonstration mission) was the first attempt by SpaceX to launch a Falcon Heavy rocket on February 6, 2018 at 20:45 UTC. The successful test introduced the Falcon Heavy as the most powerful rocket in operation, producing five million pounds-force (22 MN) of thrust and having more than twice the lift capacity of United Launch Alliance's Delta IV Heavy. The dummy payload for this test flight was a sports car, Tesla Roadster, owned by Elon Musk. SpaceX stated that the payload had to be "something fun and without irreplaceable sentimental value". Sitting in the driver's seat of the Roadster is "Starman", a dummy astronaut clad in a SpaceX spacesuit.
It has his right hand on the steering wheel and left elbow resting on the open window sill. Starman is named for the David Bowie song "Starman". The car's sound system was looping the symbolic Bowie songs "Space Oddity" and Life on Mars? The item "SpaceX FALCON HEAVY DEMO authentic mission patch, RARE" is in sale since Tuesday, November 16, 2021. This item is in the category "Collezionismo\Collezioni diverse\Altro collezioni diverse".
The seller is "astrosamantha" and is located in Udine. This item can be shipped worldwide.