Buttonbargains is out of this world, and to show our appreciation, we’ve hosting a giveaway throughout the coming weeks…
We have a large supply of buttons that we had created for NASA for their missions, and we want to give them away to you. We’ll have different sets of them to give away, and to start off, we’re giving away this set of 4.
For those who want to learn a little bit more about them, here’s a quick run-through:
- STS-80: Technical issues had threatened its original launch date of October 31, 1996, and the mission was then pushed back until November 19. Flown by the Columbia, this was the longest Shuttle mission ever flown atÂ 17 days, 15 hours, and 53 minutes. As the final mission of the year, this was highlighted by the deployment,Â operation and retrieval of two free-flying research spacecraft. Two spacewalks were also planned, but plans were canceled after problems with the airlock hatched prevented two of the astronauts from exiting the orbiter.
- STS-83: The primary payload of this mission was the Microgravity Science Library, a collection of experiments housed inside aÂ European Spacelab Long Module. Launched April 4, 1997 and flown by the Columbia, it was originally intended to be in orbit for 15 days, but was cut short after just 4 following concerns about its fuel cells.
- STS-86: This mission, launched September 25, 1997, was the last one flown by Atlantis before it was taken out of service temporarily for maintenance and upgrades. The 10-day mission to Space Station Mir saw five days of docked operations between Atlantis and Mir, as well as the exchange of C. Michael Foale and David Wolf to continue an American presence on the Russian complex.
- STS-88: Launched December 3, 1998 and cialis 20mg flown by the space shuttle Endeavour, this was the first shuttle mission to the International Space Station. Throughout its 12-day duration, all of its objectives were met, including mating the Unity node to the Functional Cargo Block, and building three spacewalks to connect power and data transmission cables between the Node and the FGB.
That’s right, all of these can be yours, for FREE! How can you get your hands on these? Here’s how:
1.) ‘Like’ Buttonbargains on Facebook
2.) Leave a comment on this post telling us why you want to win. Winners will be chosen at random by a computer generated application.
We have 20 sets of this one, so act fast!
We’ll be giving away others very soon, so stay tuned for details about other giveaways. Collect them all!
Best of luck!
-The Buttonbargains Team