- Apollo 14, which launched on January 31, 1971 and returned after a little over nine days, was the seventh human spaceflight and the third human lunar landing in the Apollo program, flown by astronauts Stuart Roosa, Alan Shepard, and Edgar Mitchell. Notably, the crew included Shepard, the first American in space and one of the original Mercury astronauts. As a result, the mission patch design shows a gold astronaut pin emblem launching from Earth and headed for the Moon. The Apollo 14 mission patch design was the first mission patch to incorporate the astronaut pin emblem, although it later because a commonly-used element in mission patch designs.
Brand: AB Emblems
Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Shipping Dimensions: 5" x 5" x .5"