Space Shuttle Endeavour (Available Soon)

Limited Edition to 25 prints.
A3 size (297 x 420mm). Full bleed (no margins).
Printed on 300g/m2 satin archival quality paper.
Hand-signed and numbered.
Sold unframed.

This poster is part of a series featuring NASA’s Space Shuttles.

This art print is under production and will be available soon

Description

This Poster celebrates the Space Shuttle Endeavour (Orbiter Vehicle Designation OV-105).

The Endeavour was the fifth and last operational orbiter vehicle from NASA’s Space Shuttle Program. It was built as a replacement for the Space Shuttle Challenger, after its destruction upon launch, in 1986. The Endeavour was used in a total of 25 missions, between 1992 and 2011. Its first flight was mission STS-49.

The Shuttle was named after HMS Endeavour, a British Royal Navy research vessel commanded by James Cook to Australia and New Zealand in its first scientific and discovery mission, which lasted from 1768 to 1771. This was the only time an orbiter was named through a national competition involving students in elementary and secondary schools in the USA.

[sources: NASA and Wikipedia]