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Astronaut in Training Back to School White Pencil Case for those aspiring astronauts that explore the world every day! *** Designed by Dr Iya Whiteley *** *** HAND MADE IN LONDON in 1-2 DAYS*** Soyuz spacecraft designed in 1960's to fly cosmonauts to the Moon, it is to date carrying astronauts, cosmonauts and lucky space tourists to the International Space Station. The only spacecraft currently ferrying humans to the orbiting outpost, the International Space Station, since the retirement of the US Space Shuttle in 2011. Soyuz safely transported to and from the International Space Station five British Citizens, Helen Sharman, Michael Foale, Mark Shuttleworth, Richard Garriott and Tim Peake. NOTE: Personalise by adding name and remove text in fields provided. £5 from every purchase of this Soyuz Spacecraft Astronaut in Training Back to School Pencil Case will go directly to the BABY LIFELINE CHARITY.
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