SPACE FIGHT RED BLUE
To commemorate humanity’s first exploration of the moon, Bilmola communicate this precious history onto a helmet.Apollo 11 was sent into the atmosphere by Saturn 5 rockets at the rocket launch base at Cape Kennedy, Florida. On 16 July 1969, 3 days later, it was able to land successfully. The crew in the spaceship consisted of Commander Neil Armstrong, Adwin Aldrin, and Michael Collins.
Neil Armstrong is the first human to stamp down the footprints on the moon. Followed by Aldrin Both have installed seismographs. Laser mirrors, solar wind gauges and collected 20.8 kilograms of rock and soil samples, brought back to Earth, including the time on the moon 21 hours 36 minutes, takes time from departure until returning to Earth 195 hours 18 minutes 35 seconds, returning to the world on July 24, 1871. 1969 So we want to keep precious incident history on the helmet.
To commemorate the very pinnacle of man’s exploration of space, Bilmola have produced Space Flight, a helmet design that celebrates the historic Moon landing. On 16th July 1969, with astronauts, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins, Apollo 11 was launched into space from Cape Kennedy in Florida, powered by mighty Saturn 5 rockets. Four days later, on 20th July, Armstrong and Aldrin landed on the surface of the moon, while Collins orbited above in the command module.
Armstrong and Aldrin installed seismographs, laser mirrors and solar wind guages and collected 20.8 kilograms of rock and soil samples to bring back to Earth. The entire mission, including 21 hours and 36 minutes on the moon, took 195 hours, 18 minutes and 35 seconds.
In the words of Commander Neil Armstrong as he took his first steps on the Moon, this truly was a ‘giant leap for mankind’, and is celebrated with flair and reverence in this helmet design by Bilmola.