Space Shuttle Controls Silk Necktie
Space Shuttle Controls Silk Necktie. Communications systems diagrams of the Space Shuttle. Audiophiles: this design features many of the Shuttle's communication/audio switches and dials. Inspired by a recent trip to the Space Shuttle Endeavor at the Intrepid Museum and the recent close of the Space Shuttle program.
This print extends very high up on the tie, approx. 18.5" from the bottom point; perfect to be seen from under a vest or jacket.
Our spacecraft schematic and blueprint neckties have thus far graced the necks of the following astronauts: Scott Carpenter, Mercury-Atlas 7; Thomas Stafford Apollo 10; Neil Armstrong Apollo 11; Dick Gordon & Al Bean, Apollo 12; Al Worden, Apollo 15; and Charlie Duke, Apollo 16. (Really! We even have pictures!) They can grace yours too...[It's not] Rocket Science! Learn to fly the Shuttle simply by looking down at your tie. Granted we've taken quite a few artistic liberties by moving around the most interesting looking dials and switches to suit the vertical tie shape, so maybe to be safe, get a copy of the actual manual if you're going to fly your own... but this will sure help!
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