Get Space On A Chip™ or Space On A Card™

Welcome to the Apollo 11 version of Space On A Chip™ and Space 0n A Card™

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing, we are offering a special Apollo 11 edition featuring selected materials for that mission.   You can now own a unique set of videos, press kits, mission patches, crew photos, and historical data covering the entire 60+ year history of the manned and unmanned space programs at Cape Canaveral and Kennedy Space Center.   There are also “hot links” to external files for even more space-related data, but to use those you must have Internet access.

Note that there are two versions: Space On A Chip™ module featuring the Apollo Spacecraft flash drive, and

Space On A Card™ featuring a Credit Card style flash drive.

Both versions include identical data on a 16GB flash drive.  Both ship domestically for free.  For international sales, each ships with different shipping costs as noted for each version.
You can purchase your choice by clicking the appropriate link below.  Thanks for your patronage!

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U. S. ONLY Sales:  Apollo 11 Space On A Chip™ module – U.S. ONLY Sales:  $19.95 including shipping.  Note: Florida residents must pay 7% sales tax, billed automatically.
U. S. ONLY Sales:  Apollo 11 Space On A Card™– U.S. ONLY Sales:  $19.95 including shipping.  Note: Florida residents must pay 7% sales tax, billed automatically.
INTERNATIONAL SALES:  Apollo 11 Space On A Chip™ module- International Sales:  $19.95 plus $14.95 Shipping. 
INTERNATIONAL SALES:  Apollo 11 Space On A Card™– International Sales:  $19.95 plus $3.00 shipping. 
These flash drives use your web browser to provide a graphical user interface, so you can use your mouse to scroll down to the main sections of a screen or click on the navigation tabs shown at the top. Access to some files will open a new tab on your web browser or may use a supporting application like PDF that requires you to use the back arrow on your browser to return to where you accessed that file.
With that much data the chip will require time to load when you first insert it into the USB port on your computer.  It will appear as an icon showing the mission patch for Apollo 11, and when you click on that icon, it will load the entire system of menus and more than 600 files, including videos and photos comprising very large data files.  Give it a little time to load and come up.