Fisher Space Pen, model AG7

Made:
1969 in Boulder City
inventor:
Paul C Fisher
maker:
Fisher Space Pen Company

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ball-point pen, Fisher Space Pen, model AG7, (the Astronaut Pen or Anti-Gravity pen) as used by Neil Armstrong on Apollo 11, 1969, with tungsten carbide tip, hermetically sealed and pressurised ink reservoir, patented 1965 (#3,285,228: Anti-Gravity Pen) developed by Paul C. Fisher

Details

Category:
Space Technology
Object Number:
1991-436
type:
ball-point pen
taxonomy:
  • tools and equipment
  • equipment
  • pens
credit:
Bernhardt & Myers Ltd.

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