This is our 3d printed, rechargeable?Space Shuttle lamp, printed with bio-degradable PLA. After hours of fine tuning and re-designing, we feel that the end result speaks for itself. All the effort was more than worth it and we hope you agree! It doesnt matter where in the house you will place the?Space Shuttle lamp, it most certainly will fill the room with the same awesomeness as back when the Space Shuttle was launched for the last time, on the 8th of July, 2011.?
The Space Shuttle
SpaceX is not the only aerospace company with reusable rockets.?NASA's?Space Shuttle was also partially reusable! Although the costs per launch of around $450 million is much more expensive than the $27 million a Falcon 9 launch costs. The Falcon Heavy also costs much less: 'only' $90 million. After our?Falcon Heavy Lamp?being very popular among our customers and our?Dragon Lamp?as well, we thought a?Space Shuttle lamp?would be a welcome addition to our?rocket lamp collection!
The very first Space Shuttle was called 'Enterprise' and it was solely build for atmospheric flight tests. It had no orbital capability. Thereafter, the Columbia, Challenger, Endeavour, Discovery and Atlantis were built. Both the Challenger and Columbia were destroyed in mission accidents. The Challenger was destroyed in 1986 and the Columbia in 2003.?
Photo by NASA
Specifications of the Space Shuttle lamp?
Total height of large Space Shuttle lamp: 11 inch / 28cm
Total height of small Space Shuttle lamp: 7 inch/? 18cm
Battery: rechargeable 600mAh li-po battery ( built-in )
Charging time: 3 hours
Batterylife:? 6 - 8 hours
Don't forget to have a look at some of our other?rocket lamps, such as the?Saturn V,?Starship?and?Falcon Heavy?as well!