Fisher Space Pen® will attend the launch of Artemis 1

NASA is headed back to the moon, and the Fisher Space Pen® will be there to see them off! On August 29, Artemis 1 will set a course for the moon from Launch Pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center. This marks the first test of an innovative new flight system and the first step towards a deeper journey beyond Earth. Fisher has been a long-time space travel partner with NASA and is proud to attend this event that sets a new tone for space exploration.

The Artemis 1 lunar mission features the first integrated flight test of NASA’s deep space exploration system: the Orion spacecraft, Space Launch System (SLS) rocket, and ground systems at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. This will be an uncrewed launch that hopes to pave the way for a new generation of space travelers and astronauts. Test objectives for the mission include modal survey, optical navigation camera certification, Large File Delivery Protocol uplink, and many other innovative technology features. This release will indeed mark a new day in discovery.

Since it was aboard the Apollo 7 mission in 1968, the Fisher Space Pen has been aboard every manned spacecraft mission along the way for NASA. Fisher’s now permanent exhibit inside the Kennedy Space Center honors the relationship between these two parties to this day. Although this uncrewed mission means there will be no Fisher pens on board, company executives and representatives will still be present.

“We are very excited about this new chapter in NASA history, and we are honored to attend and continue this partnership as both Fisher Space Pen and NASA continue to explore new ideas,” said Matt Fisher, vice president of sales and marketing. by Fisher Space Pen. The ties between NASA and Fisher Space Pen couldn’t be stronger, and this new venture begins an exciting journey.

Fisher Space Pen Co. is a 74-year-old American pen manufacturer with the notable distinction of being the only pen used on every manned flight into space since Apollo 7 in 1968 and more recently with Space X. While pressurized The technology made it possible for NASA astronauts to write in space, it also provided writing capabilities in all weather, underwater, over oil and grease, and from -30 to +250 degrees Fahrenheit. These pens are the perfect tool for trade professionals, first responders, military, outdoor enthusiasts, hikers, backpackers, industrial manufacturers, underwater divers, and anyone who values ​​a pen that won’t fail.

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