Copy of Authentic Canadian Space 7th Tourist G. Laliberté Spacesuit Patch No.2 Nametag ISS Expedition Soyuz TMA-16

Copy of Authentic Canadian Space 7th Tourist G. Laliberté Spacesuit Patch No.2 Nametag ISS Expedition Soyuz TMA-16

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Original, authentic, spare nametag patch made for the space tourist and flight participant G.Laliberté for his flight to ISS on Soyuz TMA-16, made by Kentaur- the manufacturer of space wardrobe used by cosmonauts and astronauts on International Space Station (ISS). 

Excellent Condition.

In September 2009, Guy Laliberté became the first Canadian space tourist. His spaceflight was dedicated to raising awareness on water issues facing humankind on planet Earth, making his spaceflight the first, in his words, "poetic social mission" in space. The event was accompanied by a 120-minute webcast program featuring various artistic performances in 14 cities on five continents, including the International Space Station.

In June 2011, Laliberté published a book, entitled Gaia, containing photos of Earth from his 2009 trip to the International Space Station. Proceeds from his book are to go to the One Drop Foundation

Guy Laliberté , founder and CEO of Cirque du Soleil , was a spaceflight participant aboard TMA-16 during its flight to the ISS, paying approximately US$35 million for his seat through the American firm Space Adventures. He returned on board the Soyuz TMA-14 spacecraft left as an emergency vehicle during that previous flight. The Soyuz TMA-16 flight spacecraft flew back to Earth with only two crewmembers. ( Wikipedia)

 

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