Apollo 11 TLC Star Chart Screen Print Poster
Since the time of the earliest explorers, we have used the heavenly bodies to navigate the globe. For Apollo 11’s voyage to the moon, the stars were used in conjunction with an onboard guidance system to direct the spacecraft onto and away from the lunar surface. To determine their location, an astronaut would optically locate a star and input the code from the chart into the system, which would calculate the position of the spacecraft. This particular chart was used for the TLC (Trans Lunar Coast) – the portion of the journey that took the astronauts to the moon.
Three stars on this chart are unique, as they were named by Gus Grissom in honor of his Apollo 1 crew members. Star #3 “Navi” (his own middle name, Ivan, spelled backwards), star #17 “Regor” (Roger for Roger Chaffee spelled backwards), and star #20 Dnoces (Second spelled backwards for Ed White II). As a tribute to these astronauts, who subsequently died in a training accident, NASA left the names on the charts.
Printed in metallic gold and cyan on Nightshift Blue French Paper.
Dimensions: 12″ x 24″
100% recycled paper
Handmade in the USA
This is gorgeous!! Love the ink colors!
Excellent gold printing, high quality blue paper, looks better in person. I'm displaying it happily in my office. I hope for more products like this...*hint
Beautiful poster, solid wrapping during shipping. Perfect!
I love it so much!!
Good quality paper. Metalic ink looks great. Also their was a text description about that artwork.
We are so excited to use these items in our wedding (we're writing our vows in the beautiful notebooks). Great!
looks amazing a great quality
Beautiful Star Chart! It looks awesome!
Great quality print - just like the photos, with metallic gold constellations on rich blue card. Very pleased!
Absolutely love it, thank you!