Printed on thick, museum-quality, matte, acid-free, archival paper.
Frames are a lightweight black Alder with an acrylic front protector & include attached hanging hardware. 1" frame border / .75" thick.
Made and printed in the USA.
About the Poster
The S-IVB ROCKET stage played several important roles in NASA's 1960s and 1970s manned space programs. The 58.4-foot-long, 21.7-foot-wide stage, which comprised a single restartable J-2 rocket engine, a forward liquid hydrogen tank, and an aft liquid oxygen tank, served as the second stage of the two-stage Apollo Saturn IB rocket and the third stage of the three-stage Apollo Saturn V.