THE SPACE EDUCATORS' HANDBOOK

SNOOPY IN SPACE GALLERY

SNOOPY IN A SPACE SUIT

The character and image of Snoopy is copyrighted by the United Feature Syndicate, Inc., 1969.


SNOOPY SPACE ARTIFACTS

DISCUSSION

When the astronauts of the Apollo 10 lunar mission chose "Snoopy" and "Charlie Brown" as the names of their lunar module and command module spacecraft, Charles Schulz's popular cartoon strip characters became associated with the space program. Awards, plaques, and emblems depicted likenesses of Snoopy in a spacesuit. The above stuffed animal is typical of the many toy space Snoopys.


OTHER SPACE SNOOPY ARTIFACTS

SNOOPY AT SPACE CENTER
HOUSTON

Before Snoopy's career on Apollo 10, he gained experience in aerospace as a pilot. Here he perfects his aviation skills at SPACE CENTER HOUSTON, adjacent to NASA's Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas.


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