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Vintage Apollo Moon Flights Globe - In Original Package

This is the Apollo Moon Flights Globe made in Japan for Bonus Enterprises, Inc. Boulder, Colorado in 1970. I found this globe just as you see it, in its original packagie wrapped in tissue paper and with all the original material, the Tenative Apollo Moon Flight Time Schedule.

The Schedule lists Apollo flights 11 through 19, along with the landing dates, destinations, missions and the astronauts scheduled to fly them. This is billed on the outside of the box as a 5 year time table and handy TV reference guide.

The moon globe stands approximately 6" tall with a 4" orb. The orb is made up of color photolithographic gores over plastic. The half meridan is black plastic mounted on a round black metal base.

This little globe is really quite neat and informative. It lists the USA Ranger sites, the USA Surveyor sites, the USSR Luna or Lunik sites along with all of the USA Apollo mission sites. On the "dark side" of the globe there is also a listing of the Apollo missions with their flight numbers, landing dates, Flight Commander, CM Pilot and CS Pilot!!

This globe was advertised as Educational and Decorative!!!! That it truly is!!!

This is one deal to good to pass up as it is extremely rare to find a moon globe and all of its literature still in brand new condition and in the original package!!

As always, ENJOY!!!

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Vintage Apollo Moon Flights Globe - New In Original Package


  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: plastic, paper, metal
  • Only ships within United States.
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