For more than a few of us, space exploration is one of those arm’s length obsessions. We love watching launches on TV, seeing the newest pictures from a spacecraft, and keeping up on new developments, but we never really thought we’d have a shot at any firsthand souvenirs. That’s not entirely correct though, as eBay is hosting Sotheby’s first live auction of Apollo artifacts and memorabilia where you can buy prints, models, equipment, and hardware that are all directly connected with the Apollo missions. Surprisingly enough, this isn’t one of those times where we’re telling you about a cool auction that the vast majority of us won’t be able to afford. A lot of these items are expected to be sold in the single digit thousands, which is more than affordable for people who love space and want to get their hands on a unique souvenir. If you have a few thousand dollars saved up, this may be the splurging opportunity you’ve been waiting for.
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