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    Apollo 13 splashdown capsule model. (Universal, 1995) At the tail end of a near-disastrous journey to the moon, the fearless astronauts of the Apollo 13 mission re-enter the Earth's atmosphere, deploy the parachutes on their command module, "Odyssey," and land softly in the South Pacific Ocean. This is the miniature Odyssey command module from the classic Ron Howard docudrama Apollo 13, screen-used for the dramatic splashdown. Constructed of resin, wood and aluminum accents, the module measures 32 in. tall and 40 in. in diameter, and is meticulously detailed. The top of the skin is covered in metalized silver tape, and the underside is red textured resin, used to simulate the module's heat shield; the whole piece is distressed to look burned and scarred from orbital re-entry. Piece displays dramatically. Special shipping arrangements will apply.

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    December, 2012
    15th Saturday
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