The DART side of the MOON!
We’ve got EIGHT pieces of priceless Apollo Moonshot memorabilia to give away. Let’s take a look at these fabulous prizes....
In ONE! Step out in style in astronaut Neil Armstrong’s spacesuit boots, the very ones in which he took that iconic “One small step for man” back in 1969.
In TWO! Take a turn for the best with the actual steering wheel off of the Apollo 17 Lunar Rover… the very last vehicle to ever drive on the Moon in 1971.
In SIX! Any old iron? How about the actual pitching wedge which Alan Shepard took to the Moon … AND the very golfball he chipped 27 miles into outer space.
In SEVEN! Get a grip on things with the handle from the door where the astronauts got in at the very top of Apollo 12’s Saturn 5 rocket.
In THREE! Stone the crows! It’s a super half-brick-sized piece of genuine Moon rock collected by Buzz Aldrin from the beach next to the Sea of Tranquility. In FOUR! Be a bright spark with this state-of-the-art piece of electronic circuitry form the Apollo 14 Mission Control computer desk at Cape Carnival. In FIVE! It’s bendy, but it’s not a Bendy Bully. It’s a flexible hose that went from the side of astronaut Neil Armstrong’s helmet and into his haversack. In EIGHT! Have you got the write stuff? It’s an actual biro that was sitting on the desk of NASA Mission Director Eugene Krantz when they went to the Moon. …and in THE BULLSEYE! Make a splash at the marina in this super lunar speedboat that they were going to take to the Moon before they realised there wasn’t any water on it.