Apollo Soyuz Necktie
Apollo Soyuz Necktie. Real astronauts wear Cyberoptix ties! You too can share your enthusiasm for space exploration, cold war history, astronomy and the future of space flight. A second in our Rocket Science line: The Apollo–Soyuz Test Project. (Eksperimantalniy polyot Soyuz-Apollon) this image is a symbolic end to the cold war space race. The US and Soviet ships docked for the first time on July 17, 1975.
• Pattern: Screen printed Apollo Soyuz
• Fabric: Silky-soft microfiber.
• Printing ink: Non-toxic, waterbased ink.
• Print size: 14" from bottom point.
• Tie Size: Choose standard or narrow.
• Color: Many! Your choice from dropdown menu.
• Care: Hand wash, spot clean, or dry clean.
• Creases and folds? Gently iron medium.
We're honored to have sent this tie out to General Tom Stafford, commander of Apollo 10 and commander of the Apollo-Soyuz flight, who kindly sent us a signed photo! You can see it in the second gallery image.
This very tie (in white on navy blue) was presented in Moscow on April 1 for the 50th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin's spaceflight. General Tom Stafford met with the two Russian cosmonauts that he and his Apollo crew docked with on the historic Apollo-Soyuz mission in 1975. This tie was also presented to the Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev.
So far we’ve received photos of astronauts Al Worden, Neil Armstrong, Charlie Duke, General Tom Stafford, Dan Brandenstein, Scott Carpenter, Dick Gordon, Jim Lovell, Gene Cernan, and Leroy Chiao all wearing our Cyberoptix space-themed ties and we couldn’t be more proud. From images of Apollo Lunar Landers to Saturn V Rockets and the SR-71 -- we have gifts for rocket scientists, pilots and aviation fans.
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