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  The HighTechScience.org space artifact collection is 99.9% real, authentic items from space programs around the world. Most items in the collection have been flown in space and autographed by the astronaut and/or cosmonaut that used it. In almost all cases we even have pictures of the person signing and/or using the item, whether on the Earth or in space.
  The collection contains many one of a kind pieces such as a window assembly from the MIR's sister ship, a complete custom made Russian Sokol space suit, and even a cosmonauts original Russian drivers license.
 MIR Window

     Over the years Richard Newman, the founder of High-Tech Productions.com & HighTechScience.org, has formed many relationships with Astronauts, Cosmonauts and numerous space agencies from around the world. In fact, we have even received an out-of-this-world personalized picture and message which was beamed down from the orbiting International Space Station and sent to us.

   Many of the artifacts that we have were specifically signed and/or acquired by individuals directly associated with various space programs and then presented to us. 

   We have received many pieces which were signed specifically for Richard Newman from astronauts and cosmonauts. Most are one of a kind, flown items used in space and numerous spacecraft prototype models.

Cosmonaut Viktor Savinykh
Cosmonaut Salizhan Sharipov Signing A Space Patch For Us
Cosmonaut Salizhan Sharipov

Cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko

   Most of the items in the space collection are on display at numerous museums and part of the collection will be on a world tour and exhibited at science centers, museums and symposiums/fairs around the world. We have several thousand square feet of display material, exhibits, artifacts, personalized space pictures/patches and many flown items.

   We have one of the largest spacecraft model collections in the world. Each one is custom mounted in it's own display case. Most of our models were originally spacecraft prototypes which were built & used by various space agencies from around the world.
Lunar Rover Model
This is an example of the signage provided with each item in the collection.   Each piece of our artifact collection has its own graphic signage with explanations and pictures showing the item in use and the person signing it. We try to get as many facts, pictures, and info as possible. Even the mannequins that we use for displaying our space suits & helmets are authentic. For our Russian high altitude suit we use a Russian mannequin. For our Chinese helmets, we use Chinese mannequin heads.
   We are also using the latest digital display frames in our exhibits. These electronic, LCD panels continually display hundreds of high resolution pictures of spacecraft, astronauts, artifacts, equipment, planets, etc. 

     Thousand of hours have been spent researching and documenting each and every artifact. We also get information e-mailed to us from other collectors, museums, astronauts, cosmonauts and space agencies from around the world.  Almost every item has it's own web page full of information, pictures and other related reference links. The web site itself is constantly being reviewed and updated as we acquire items and learn more about each piece. 

Our Russian SOKOL KV-2 Space Suit    Some of the items in the collection include: Russian and American Space & EVA Suits, Flown Space Gloves, Flown Tools and other Space Hardware, Zero-Gravity Soyuz/MIR Toilet, Actual Scale Production Models of Spacecraft, Flown & Autographed Flags from Various Countries, Vintage NASA Test Gear, Control Panels from Various Spacecraft, etc.

     We have also sponsored and established Science & Technology Centers across the country and from time to time, parts of the collection are displayed at the various science center locations, free of charge. We also have many items being exhibited at schools and educational campuses around the nation as well as numerous science and space museums.

Here is part of our space artifact collection on display at the
Museum of Discovery & Science in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Here is part of our space artifact collection on display at the Museum of Discovery & Science in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Click on picture for more info.

Here is part of our space artifact collection on display at the
South Florida Science Museum in West Palm Beach, Florida.

Here is part of our space artifact collection on display at the South Florida Science Museum in West Palm Beach, Florida. Click on Picture for more info.

Here is part of our space artifact collection on display at the U.S. Space Walk of Fame Museum in Titusville, Florida.  Click on picture for more info. Here is part of our space artifact collection on display at the U.S. Space Walk of Fame Museum in Titusville, Florida.

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 The collection has been seen on TV news shows and has also been written about in numerous newspaper and magazine articles.

Our items have been displayed at these Museums & Centers:
South Florida Science Museum in West Palm Beach
WPB, Florida
GWiz Science Museum in Sarasota, Florida
Sarasota, Florida
Museum of Discovery & Science in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Waterfront Pavilion in West Palm Beach
Waterfront Pavilion
The Children's Museum in La Habra, CA The Children's Museum
at La Habra, California
Museum of Science & History in Jacksonville, Florida
Boyton Beach Public Library Boynton Beach
City Library
Children's Science Explorium at Sugar Sand Park in Boca Raton, FL
Boca Raton, Florida
Boynton Beach Children's Museum & Learning Center
         ScienceFest 2004
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Christa McAuliffe Middle School
Boynton Beach, Florida
   We have exhibits in Children's Centers, Schools, Libraries and Science Museums

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