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Manīs First Step on the Moon

“Houston, Tranquillity Base here. The Eagle has landed.”

--Neil Armstrong, July 20, 1969

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Each print has an approximate image size of 16” x 25” and is printed on the finest acid-free archival stock. Note! This is an unframed price.

“That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.”--Neil Armstrong.

Why would we offer our flagship $300 Man's First Step on the Moon  print for only $75?

Because Aerosphere is exiting the art publishing business. 

And because we don't have to buy expensive four-color print advertisements--a 1/3-page ad in Smithsonian Air & Space magazine, in which we've advertised in the past, goes for about $5,000--for you to see just how beautiful this piece is.

These are NOT your typical unlimited availability Norman Rockwell POSTERS! Only 1,000 Prints--Ever!

Unlike the cheap, open editions sold in many art stores for only $20-$30, these are authentic FINE ART PRINTS, published on acid-free, museum-quality, archival stock. These prints won't last long. And there will never be any others. So don't miss this tremendous investment opportunity!

Rockwell’s of this type have appreciated 4,000 Percent

Investment, you say? Yes! Many Rockwell prints have appreciated faster than the latest hot stocks. One Norman Rockwell print appreciated 4,000 percent from its initial offering price.

Man's First Step on the Moon was published under the watchful eye of the Norman Rockwell Estate Licensing Company (NRELC). The print and all marketing and manufacturing materials were produced under the auspices of the Estate and Rockwell’s son, who now manages his father's estate full time.

May be your last chance to own an original edition print.

The original painting is owned by the Smithsonian and was originally titled Man on the Moon. We changed the name of the print with permission of the NRELC to commemorate Apollo 11's achievement.  What a great way to great way to celebrate American’s greatest adventure. More info....

Order Yours Now! $75, plus $14.95 shipping and insurance ($89.95 total). Fully guaranteed!

For much more information on Norman Rockwell, this fine art lithograph and Aerosphere's solid guarantee, CLICK HERE!

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It’s true...

 The Universe started with the Big Bang.

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And the Big Bang came from a singularity.

But just what, exactly, is a singularity?

The surprising answer is mind-blowingly simple.

And enormously transformative.

It could be the ultimate proof of a Divine Creator.

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The Bigger Bang

 

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