Flown & Autographed  Russian Space Pennants
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These 3 Russian Space Pennants were flown on several Soyuz Spacecraft and brought onboard the International Space Station.

Two are signed
by Cosmonauts
Viktor Savinykh &
Salizhan Sharipov.

These Pennants & Pins are a Real Piece of Russian Space History.

   Two of the Pennants have 23
"Soviet Space Exploration" Pins attached.

Here is a close up view of the Cosmonauts autographs and some of the mission pins.

Cosmonaut Viktor Savinykh holding up one of our Pennants .

Here is Cosmonaut Salizhan Sharipov with our Pennant decorated with some of the Mission Pins.
   Originally issued in 1972 in the former USSR, the mission pin set consists of 23 metal, pentagon shaped lapel pins/badges representing Soviet Space Explorations. They were meant to commemorate the glorious accomplishments of the Soviet Union. On the reverse side of each pin is stamped the date of the mission.
     The set includes the following: Sputnik-1, Sputnik-2, Sputnik-3, Vostok, First EVA Voskhod-2, Soyuz Space Ship, Soyuz-4/5 docking, Cosmos-186/188 docking, Molniya communication satellite, Luna-3, Luna-9, Luna-10, Luna-16, Luna-17/Lunokhod, Zond-5/6 first circumlunar flight, Mars-1, Mars-2, Mars-3, Venera(Venus)-5, Kosmos satellite, Proton station and two pins depicting `Soviet Space Exploration`. 
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