Well, you could always send more photos, of course, but what if you want to go beyond that?
Then you’re in luck.
All manner of collectibles are available, what you can get mostly depends on how much you want to spend. For example, you can get a 3″ NASA patch for $2.99. Just about anyone could afford that. And the NASA “meatball” is only one of many patches available. In fact, you can get them from as far back as the Mercury Program.
But suppose that’s just not flashy or grand enough.
How about an autographed photo of Buzz Aldrin standing on the Moon? Sure, you can have one for $1200.00.
Ok, too much? That’s fine.
A model of the Apollo 11 Command Module or the Mercury Friendship 7 capsule could grace your desk for under $200.00.
Now, you may have noticed that so far only the US Space Program has been mentioned, but you’re not limited to that. You can collect memorabilia from the Soviet space efforts as well.
Where, you ask?
There are many sites on which you can make purchases, but the two I concentrated on for this blog are:
However, and this is important, please bear in mind that Photos to Space does not make any sort of endorsement of either of the two sites, the addresses are provided for your information.
So what grabs your eye? What would look great on your wall, or your desk, or your favorite jacket?