Authentic NASA Astronaut D. Bursch Spacesuit Patch Set ISS Expedition-4

Authentic NASA Astronaut D. Bursch Spacesuit Patch Set ISS Expedition-4

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 Original, authentic spare nametag and flag and patches set made for the flight suit of NASA astronaut D.W. Bursch for his ISS Expedition 4, made by Kentaur- the manufacturer of space wardrobe used by cosmonauts and astronauts on International Space Station (ISS). 

- Excellent Condition.

- Daniel Wheeler Bursch is a former NASA astronaut. The Expedition-4 crew launched on December 5, 2001 aboard STS-108 and docked with the International Space Station on December 7, 2001. During a 6½ month stay aboard the Space Station, the Expedition-4 crew of three (two American astronauts and one Russian cosmonaut) performed flight tests of the station hardware, conducted internal and external maintenance tasks, and developed the capability of the station to support the addition of science experiments. The crew spent 196 days in space establishing a U.S. space flight endurance record for Dan Bursch and crew mate Carl Walz. Wearing the Russian Orlan spacesuit, Bursch logged 11 hours and 48 minutes of EVA time in two separate spacewalks. The Expedition-Four crew returned to Earth aboard STS-111, with Endeavour landing at Edwards Air Force Base, California, on June 19, 2002. 

 

- The letter of authenticity and photo will be included. 

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