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NASA 'Meatball' Official Logo 4.5" Sticker - Full Color
NASA Logo Sticker - 4" Great for party favors, books, bikes and more. This NASA "Meatball" Logo Sticker is approximately 4-1/2 wide by 3-3/4 inches high.Large quantities available.
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NASA 'Meatball' Official Logo 4.5" Sticker - Full Color

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Made to stick on...

   Car Windows

   Laptops

   Mirrors

   Tablets & iPads

   Walls

   NASA Testing Chimp Standard Helmet


FEATURES-

  -Great for party favors, cars, bikes, books, electronics and more

  -This NASA "Meatball" Logo Sticker is 4.5" Width x 4.5" Heigth

  -Looks great on windows, laptops, walls, rockets, or any smooth surface

  -Premium material only used in production of the official NASA 'Meatball' Logo

  -Manufactured in USA with premium sticker material and ink

  -Easy to install and comes with installation instructions if needed

  -Large quantities and discount pricing available

  -Of course your are a NASA scientist! Why else would you have this sticker on your car!?


DESCRIPTION-

This sticker is made to last for up to 4 years depending on enviroment and is constructed with our premium grade adhesive material. No fading, no peeling. The image is 4.5 inches wide and looks beautifull and vibrant on all surfaces. All stickers are checked before sale and products with defects are disgarded. The picture on this page shows the sticker in actual full color. Sticker will look like the image.

Included are instructions for mounting the premium sticker on any smooth surface.


HISTORY OF NASA 'MEATBALL' LOGO-

Bringing back memories of NASA's early successes, this logo dates back to 1959, when the National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics (NACA) metamorphosed into an agency that would advance both space and aeronautics: the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). After a NASA Lewis Research Center illustrator's design was chosen for the new agency's official seal, the head of Lewis' Research Reports Division, James Modarelli, was asked by the executive secretary of NACA to design a logo that could be used for less formal purposes. Mr. Modarelli simplified the seal, leaving only the white stars and orbital path on a round field of blue with a red airfoil. Then he added white N-A-S-A lettering. In the "meatball" design, the sphere represents a planet, the stars represent space, the red chevron is a wing representing aeronautics (the latest design in hypersonic wings at the time the logo was developed), and then there is an orbiting spacecraft going around the wing. Known officially as the insignia, NASA's round logo was not called the "meatball" until 1975, when NASA decided a more modern logo was in order and switched to the "worm"--a red, stylized rendering of the letters N-A-S-A. In 1992, Administrator Dan Goldin brought NASA's meatball back from retirement to invoke memories of the one-giant-leap-for-mankind glory days of Apollo and to show that "the magic is back at NASA."


SUMMARY - 

NASA Logo Sticker - 4" Great for party favors, books, bikes and more. This NASA "Meatball" Logo Sticker is approximately 4-1/2 wide by 3-3/4 inches high.Large quantities available. History: Bringing back memories of NASA's early successes, this logo dates back to 1959, when the National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics (NACA) metamorphosed into an agency that would advance both space and aeronautics: the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). After a NASA Lewis Research Center illustrator's design was chosen for the new agency's official seal, the head of Lewis' Research  Reports Division, James Modarelli, was asked by the executive secretary of NACA to design a logo that could be used for less formal purposes. Mr. Modarelli simplified the seal, leaving only the white stars and orbital path on a round field of blue with a red airfoil. Then he added white N-A-S-A lettering. In the "meatball" design, the sphere represents a planet, the stars represent space, the red chevron is a wing representing aeronautics (the latest design in hypersonic wings at the time the logo was developed), and then there is an orbiting spacecraft going around the wing. Known officially as the insignia, NASA's round logo was not called the "meatball" until 1975, when NASA decided a more modern logo was in order and switched to the "worm"--a red, stylized rendering of the letters N-A-S-A. In 1992, Administrator Dan Goldin brought NASA's meatball back from retirement to invoke memories of the one-giant-leap-for-mankind glory days of Apollo and to show that "the magic is back at NASA."

 

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