LC-19 Acrylic (Sold Out)
Own a piece of US space history! One in our exclusive series of launch complex artifacts, each of these stunning acrylics contains an actual section of piping from the booster erector at Launch Complex 19 at Cape Canaveral. The unique erector played a key role in the successful stacking and launch of 32 Atlas rockets from 1957 to 1996.
The front depicts GT-5 and the erector, while the reverse notes the legacy launches from LC-19:
Gemini Program 1964-65 -- Two Unmanned & Ten Manned Missions
First Rendezvous and First Docking -- Gemini 6/7 and Gemini 8
Titan I ICBM Launches in 1959 -- the First U.S. Multistage ICBM
Measuring 6" x 2 3/4" x 1", these beautiful collector's items are individually numbered in a limited-edition issue of just 85 pieces, with the number (x/85) laser-engraved on the front.
These historic LC-19 acrylics are available exclusively through Retro Space Images, and make the perfect gift for any space or history enthusiast.