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STS-133 - 4" - Bama Space Patches

STS-133 (ISS assembly flight ULF5) was the 133rd mission in NASA's Space Shuttle program; during the mission, Space Shuttle Discovery docked with the International Space Station. It was Discovery's 39th and final mission. The mission launched on 24 February 2011, and landed on 9 March 2011. The crew consisted of six American astronauts, all of whom had been on prior spaceflights, headed by Commander Steven Lindsey. The crew joined the long-duration six person crew of Expedition 26, who were already aboard the space station. 

The STS-133 mission patch is based upon sketches from the late artist Robert McCall; they were the final creations of his long and prodigious career. In the foreground, a solitary orbiter ascends into a dark blue sky above a roiling fiery plume. A spray of stars surrounds the orbiter and a top lit crescent forms the background behind the ascent. The mission number, STS-133, is emblazoned on the patch center, and crewmembers' names are listed on a sky-blue border around the scene. The Shuttle Discovery is depicted ascending on a plume of flame as if it is just beginning a mission. However it is just the orbiter, without boosters or an external tank, as it would be at mission's end. This is to signify Discovery's completion of its operational life and the beginning of its new role as a symbol of NASA's and the nation's proud legacy in human spaceflight.

This version was sourced with other distinct reproductions from an eBay seller "Bama Space Patches". 

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STS-133 - 4" - A-B Emblem

STS-133 (ISS assembly flight ULF5) was the 133rd mission in NASA's Space Shuttle program; during the mission, Space Shuttle Discovery docked with the International Space Station. It was Discovery's 39th and final mission. The mission launched on 24 February 2011, and landed on 9 March 2011. The crew consisted of six American astronauts, all of whom had been on prior spaceflights, headed by Commander Steven Lindsey. The crew joined the long-duration six person crew of Expedition 26, who were already aboard the space station. 

The STS-133 mission patch is based upon sketches from the late artist Robert McCall; they were the final creations of his long and prodigious career. In the foreground, a solitary orbiter ascends into a dark blue sky above a roiling fiery plume. A spray of stars surrounds the orbiter and a top lit crescent forms the background behind the ascent. The mission number, STS-133, is emblazoned on the patch center, and crewmembers' names are listed on a sky-blue border around the scene. The Shuttle Discovery is depicted ascending on a plume of flame as if it is just beginning a mission. However it is just the orbiter, without boosters or an external tank, as it would be at mission's end. This is to signify Discovery's completion of its operational life and the beginning of its new role as a symbol of NASA's and the nation's proud legacy in human spaceflight.]

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STS-133 - 4" - A-B Emblem - "Kopra"

STS-133 (ISS assembly flight ULF5) was the 133rd mission in NASA's Space Shuttle program; during the mission, Space Shuttle Discovery docked with the International Space Station. It was Discovery's 39th and final mission. The mission launched on 24 February 2011, and landed on 9 March 2011. The crew consisted of six American astronauts, all of whom had been on prior spaceflights, headed by Commander Steven Lindsey. The crew joined the long-duration six person crew of Expedition 26, who were already aboard the space station. 

The STS-133 mission patch is based upon sketches from the late artist Robert McCall; they were the final creations of his long and prodigious career. In the foreground, a solitary orbiter ascends into a dark blue sky above a roiling fiery plume. A spray of stars surrounds the orbiter and a top lit crescent forms the background behind the ascent. The mission number, STS-133, is emblazoned on the patch center, and crewmembers' names are listed on a sky-blue border around the scene. The Shuttle Discovery is depicted ascending on a plume of flame as if it is just beginning a mission. However it is just the orbiter, without boosters or an external tank, as it would be at mission's end. This is to signify Discovery's completion of its operational life and the beginning of its new role as a symbol of NASA's and the nation's proud legacy in human spaceflight.]

About a month before lift-off, one of the original crew members, Tim Kopra, was injured in a bicycle accident. He was replaced by Stephen Bowen.

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STS-4 - 4" - Lion Brothers

Slightly larger than the A-B Emblem crew version, but bears the same light red/pink triangle. Cloth back.

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STS-4 - 4" Crew Version

The crew version of the STS-4. Identified by the lighter red/pink triangle in the zag of the trail. The stitching in the Earth has a barred apperance where the slightly larger Lion Brothers version does not.

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Apollo 15 - 4" - Crew version

This patch was the version issued to the crew. While outwardly similar to the A-B Souvenir version, there are some distinct identifiers, namely the "XV" is in silver thread and the designer, Emilio Pucci, has a hidden initial below blue chevron. 

 

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Apollo 14 - 4" - Crew issue

This patch is the version that was issued to the crew. The maker is unknown. Radial border. 

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Apollo 13 - 4" - Crew version

This is the version of the patch that was issued to the Apollo 13 crew, as well as some limited commercial release. Distinct crater detail, the black gaps in the rays of the sun and curved sun stitching pattern sets it apart from the Lion Brothers version. This was made by A-B Emblem.

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Apollo 12 - 4" - "Recovery" crew patch

Worn by the crew on their recovery suits. Very rare. 

Also feature a unique star pattern. 4"

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Apollo 12 - 4" - "Quarantine" crew patch

Worn by the crew on board the Mobile Quarantine Facility. Identified by the unique star pattern.

Produced by Dallas Cap & Emblem.

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Apollo 18 Fantasy Patch

This patch is a modern, unauthorized recreation based on original art for Apollo 18

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Apollo 19 Fantasy Patch

These are likely unauthorized reproductions based on original, concept artwork. 

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Apollo 11 25th Anniversary

Unique patch with the numbers '25' in the eagles talons.

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NASA CSD Test Subject (Snoopy)

NASA CSD Test Subjects patch, which stands for the Crew Systems
Division, the volunteers who wore the spacesuits and portable life support systems at vacuum during development and evaluation
tests at the CSD vacuum chambers at JSC

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