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FLIGHT NASA Apollo Saturn I. U. Monolithic Discrete Component Computer Board

FLIGHT NASA Apollo Saturn I. U. Monolithic Discrete Component Computer Board
FLIGHT NASA Apollo Saturn I. U. Monolithic Discrete Component Computer Board
FLIGHT NASA Apollo Saturn I. U. Monolithic Discrete Component Computer Board
FLIGHT NASA Apollo Saturn I. U. Monolithic Discrete Component Computer Board
FLIGHT NASA Apollo Saturn I. U. Monolithic Discrete Component Computer Board
FLIGHT NASA Apollo Saturn I. U. Monolithic Discrete Component Computer Board
FLIGHT NASA Apollo Saturn I. U. Monolithic Discrete Component Computer Board
FLIGHT NASA Apollo Saturn I. U. Monolithic Discrete Component Computer Board
FLIGHT NASA Apollo Saturn I. U. Monolithic Discrete Component Computer Board
FLIGHT NASA Apollo Saturn I. U. Monolithic Discrete Component Computer Board
FLIGHT NASA Apollo Saturn I. U. Monolithic Discrete Component Computer Board
FLIGHT NASA Apollo Saturn I. U. Monolithic Discrete Component Computer Board

FLIGHT NASA Apollo Saturn I. U. Monolithic Discrete Component Computer Board

FLIGHT NASA Apollo Saturn I. Monolithic Discrete Component Computer Board.

Vintage NASA Apollo Flight Hardware Kennedy Space Center, Saturn Moon Rocket, Instrument Unit, Monolithic Discrete Component Circuit Board. This artifact was designed and manufactured to strict NASA "Manned Space Flight" specifications, specifically for the Apollo program. The Saturn Moon Rocket I. Used many black boxes throughout, as part of the signal monitoring system and this circuit board was part of that system.

For high reliability, all of the active transistor components on this device are sealed in six black epoxy resin modules. This digital board uses the precious metal Gold throughout with a conformal coating that enhances its very robust construction. Part Designation Number is: 50M67533A. Approximate dimensions: 4.25 inches x 3.25 inches. The last ten images are for reference only and include photos of the Apollo Saturn Rocket and Instrument Unit, as well as the Flight Box from which this item originated (Flight box is not included in this sale).

These references include diagrams highlighting the location of the Saturn I. Flight Box incorporating this circuit board. A classic Saturn Rocket circuit board that will stand the test of time! As the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing is fast approaching, spaceflight missions grow farther reaching and ever bold, while we begin to experience a renaissance of international interest in spaceflight endeavors and technology. Still, only a few know about the possibility of collecting such historically significant artifacts, as these from the Space Programs, but that is beginning to change, in light of these events.

Over time, spaceflight artifacts are increasingly difficult to acquire and the value of these rare collectibles is very likely to rise dramatically. If you are a collector that is new to the niche of spaceflight hardware and seeking to diversify your portfolio, this is an excellent way to accomplish that with a unique and sound investment. These are heirlooms that will inspire and be admired by many generations to come.

Thank you, and welcome to Space Mission Market! Write in anytime with all other questions or special artifact requests. We will try to locate any specific type of spaceflight hardware that you are interested in purchasing. Artifact Provenance: Artifacts that include provenance (or any documents, original receipts, part tags, certificate of authenticity / COA, etc) in the sale will have that stated in the listing and shown in the listing photos.

If any of this type of provenance / paperwork is not shown in the photos and specified as "included" in the listing, then it is not available or included in the sale. Artifact Flight Status: FLOWN = Spacecraft hardware / components, crew equipment, scientific instruments or other items / materials that have been flown. FLIGHT = Spacecraft flight qualified spares or backup hardware / components and engineering test articles made of the same components as the flight article. These are items that could have flown, but were not flown.

Ground Support Equipment (GSE) = Non-flight space program hardware, equipment and scientific Instruments used in direct association with the spacecraft, spacecraft engineers and technicians. These are items that were used and made for ground support that may or may not have been in direct contact with the spacecraft prior to launch. Note: FAQ & Terms of Sale may be updated periodically. Listing and template services provided by inkFrog. The item "FLIGHT NASA Apollo Saturn I. Monolithic Discrete Component Computer Board" is in sale since Sunday, December 8, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Astronauts & Space Travel\Exploration Missions\Apollo".

The seller is "rocket-broker" and is located in Miami, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.


FLIGHT NASA Apollo Saturn I. U. Monolithic Discrete Component Computer Board