Enterprise Flight Mission Patch

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"Enterprise" is a fitting name for the first Voyager Service memorial spaceflight. For its inaugural mission into the depths of space and time, Celestis has selected a patch design that honors Enterprise Flight participants Gene Roddenberry (the creator of Star Trek); Gene's spouse, Majel Barrett-Roddenberry (Star Trek's "Nurse Chapel" and "Lwaxana Troi"); and James Doohan ("Mr. Scott"), as well as the many other Celestis participants for whom Star Trek was an inspiration in their lives. The dominant star is crossed by a version of the traditional NASA astronaut logo – a shooting star borne on a winged column – signifying that all those aboard will reach space and, symbolically, become astronauts as they make their final journey among the stars.

Every Celestis mission has its own logo, mission patch and lapel pin following the tradition of creating a unique identity for each launch dating to the earliest days of the American space program. Eric R. Gignac is the Celestis Enterprise Flight mission logo designer.

This is a woven patch with clean, crisp, details. A woven patch allows a high resolution graphic and superior quality compared to an an emrboidered patch. Size: 3.75 x 3.50 inches. Iron-on backing. 

Note: The framed Enterprise Flight mission patch displays a representative launch photo. 

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    Enterprise Mission Patch

    Posted by Eric McCrcken on Mar 26th 2022

    I was extremely disappointed, my wife, Grace Nelson, worked on the Apollo missions. We have Apollo mission patches and others that are finely made of cloth and embroidered. I expected the same from Celestis. As far as I am concerned, this is a cheap imitation of a mission patch. I guess I expected more from Celestis.

    {Celestis]
    We are sorry that you are disappointed. If you would like to return it we'd be happy to issue you a refund.  Please know that this is the fist negative comment that we received on our patches and we appreciate that you took the time to let us know.

    We chose to produce the mission patches using a woven method because it provides a higher definition and highlights the mission design better than the embroidered method, which you refer to. We will take your comment in consideration the next time. Again, we are sorry that you did not like the patch.