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This Stuff Went to Space. Now It’s for Sale.

If Gravity taught you anything... it’s that vodka works in space. Also, it’s that space seems kind of dangerous. Maybe leave the astronaut stuff to the experts and the buying of the astronaut stuff from the Space Exploration Signature Auction to you. Yup, from the moon to your office.

Neil Armstrong’s Moon-Training Boots
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Neil Armstrong’s Moon-Training Boots

How They Used It: To practice taking one giant leap for mankind. And to withstand inhospitable space temperatures of up to 1,200 degrees.
How You’ll Use It: As a conversation piece. Or to wear outside the next time you need to shovel the driveway.

A Mini Flag That Flew on the Moon
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A Mini Flag That Flew on the Moon

How They Used It: To mark their moon territory. To say, “Hey, Russia, we win.”
How You’ll Use It: As a symbol of your American spirit. And as a way to make people salute every time they enter your office.

A Microscopic Moon Bible. Really.
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A Microscopic Moon Bible. Really.

How They Used It: Well, it’s an ornate Fabergé egg containing a 50-page fragment of a half-square-inch Bible... that went to outer space. Your guess is as good as ours.
How You’ll Use It: Reading on the subway.

A One-Dollar Bill That Orbited Earth
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A One-Dollar Bill That Orbited Earth

How They Used It: They didn’t, really. John Glenn just had it in his pocket when he became the first American to orbit Earth in 1962.
How You’ll Use It: To make it rain.

The Apollo 11 Moon Insurance Policy
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The Apollo 11 Moon Insurance Policy

How They Used It: To ensure Neil, Buzz and that other guy’s families would be taken care of in the event of a space catastrophe.
How You’ll Use It: As the crown jewel of your “defunct space exploration insurance policies” collection.

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