Apollo 11 Flown Coldplate Acrylic

Actual piece of Coldplate Metal which flew on the Apollo 11 Mission
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This 3.5 x 5 x 1.5 block of Lucite contains encased inside a 1 inch wide piece of the coldplate shielding that protected the Apollo 11 Astronauts and Systems form the extremes of temperature and radiation during their mission to the Moon in July 1969

The coldplate comes with a COA from it's original creator, M J Davies of Historic Space, which reads in full:

I certify that the piece of metal encapsulated within the accompanying acrylic block is an authentic relic of flown coldplate shielding from the Apollo 11 Command Module 'Columbia'. From July 16-24 1969 the spacecraft carried astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins on the historic journey to the moon and their safe return back to Earth.

This Coldplate shielding was used to protect the critical components on board the spacecraft by screening them from thermal extremes and solar radiation

I personally removed the coldplate shielding piece contained within this acrylic block from a larger plate of this material

This is Apollo 11 Acrylic number 58

close-up of the 1 inch x 0.5 inch segment of Apollo 11 coldplate

side-on view that shows the hollow structure

COA card from Historic Space

Comes in satin lined box

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