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NASA International Space Station Badge
NASA International Space Station Badge

NASA International Space Station Badge

Short: The NASA International Space Station...Short: The NASA International Space Station Badge features a woven design with a merrow border and a paperback.   Read more
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Woven with merrow border Paper backing Approx 7cm
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The NASA International Space Station Badge is woven with a merrow border for a polished finish. This badge has a paper backing, ensuring durability and easy application.


Whether you're a Scout or not, our NASA and Space product lines are thoughtfully crafted for everyone, without any Scout branding, allowing you to express your passion for NASA in style.


NASA and Scouts.

NASA and scouting have a long history. More than two-thirds of all current and former astronauts have been involved in scouting. Of the 312 pilots and scientists selected as astronauts since 1959, at least 207 have been identified as scouts or active in scouting. The list includes 39 Eagle Scouts, 25 Life Scouts, 14 Star Scouts, 26 First Class Scouts, 17 Second Class Scouts, 13 Tenderfoot Scouts, three Explorers, 25 Cub Scouts, 10 Webelos Scouts, one King’s Scout, two Wolf Scouts, and 32 with unknown ranks, including 27 who were Girl Scouts.

Of the 24 men to travel to the moon on Apollo 8 and Apollo 10 through 17 missions, 20 were scouts, including 11 of the 12 moonwalkers and all three members of the crew of Apollo 13.