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Sunday, April 18, 2010

  Altec 36048BLN Graphic Tablet: Picture It Just Like NASA

Stop worrying about how something looks and do something about it. Picture it on this Altec 36048BLN Graphic Tablet. For years, NASA did so on this very graphic tablet. Yes, the world famous governmental organization (the same one that put a man on the moon), used this very graphic tablet for its various needs. And now you, yes you, will get the chance to own this piece of space history. Even if you have no use for this Altec 36048BLN Graphic Tablet, you can show it off to friends and family, that is if you are the winning bidder when the online auction closes on April 23rd. Activate your free trial here, and start flying to the moon.

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Monday, April 12, 2010

  NASA Scrap Iron and Steel: Ferocious

Space cadets listen up. Stop sitting and dreaming about outer space. This Iron and Steel, being sold by NASA can be used by you to build a rocket ship. Or at least help you build a replica, or model rocket ship, so that your day dream can be slightly more realistic. You can also find a way to melt the iron and steel down and form it into a suit of armor, much like Shaquille O'Neal in Steel, or Robert Downey Jr., in Iron Man. You could also use the scrap metal for a more mundane task such as building, or recycling. The choice can be yours, so long as you are the winning bidder when the online auction ends April 16th. Activate your free trial here, and become a ferocious superhero.

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  Baker Audio Microphones and Plantronics Headsets: Houston, We Have A Problem

Have you ever wanted to be like Ron Howard in Apollo 13? What about Billy Bob Thornton in Armageddon? Now is your chance. With this lot of Two Baker Audio Microphones and Two Plantronics Headsets, you could own these functioning pieces of NASA surplus. That is right. Just imagine at your next karaoke night being able to sing "Rocket Man" into a microphone that may have been used by an actual rocket man. Neat, right? You could also sing "Livin' On A Prayer." Because, we are only halfway there. We do have to be the winning bidder when this online auction ends on April 13th. Activate your free trial here and sing to the delight of your companions.

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Friday, April 09, 2010

  Holmes HAPF622R Blizzard Fan: Circulating Air From Space

Kill two birds with one stone. Enjoy your history, and cool off during the summer months with the Holmes HAPF622R Blizzard Fan. A fan designed to use its powerful fan to circulate and cool off rooms during the hot summer months, this fan can keep you cooled off as you stay indoors. This fan comes with three settings. It has a standard fan setting, and then offers two different settings that are designed to mimic the feel of natural breezes. The Holmes HAPF622R Blizzard is powered by a five-fin fan blade. What makes this fan unique is that it was once used by NASA, so you will getting a piece of history with this item too. The online auction for the fan ends April 13th. Activate your free trial here, stay cool, and own a piece of history.

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Thursday, April 08, 2010

  NASA Communications Equipment: Beam Me Up

Now is your chance to own your very own piece of the famed space program. With the retirement of the current space shuttles, NASA has been auctioning off great items. Items that not only fulfill your need for history, but also for recording voices and watching movies. This lot of NASA Communications Equipment comes with Nine voice recorders, and one VCR/DVD Combination. Just imagine the eyes of your children as they fill with excitement when they find out where that voice recorder came from. Watch them fill their days with joyful imaginative trips to outer space. You can use them for yourself as well. The choice is yours, just so long as you are the winning bidder when the online auction ends April 13. Activate your free trial here, and let your imagination blast off.

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Sunday, April 04, 2010

  NASA Sensor Plate Assembly: It Flew On Mission STS-72

We all remember the majestic flights taken by our proud fleet of Space Shuttles. From Atlantis to Discovery to Endeavor, we marveled as they soared through the sky at speeds we can barely comprehend. And now you can own a piece of space shuttle history. This NASA Sensor Plate Assembly, flew on NASA mission STS-72. This mission, flown in 1996, marked Endeavor's 10th space flight. The history of the space shuttle is quite amazing, and having the chance to own a piece of an actual space flight is a rare opportunity. But you better hurry up, because this online auction ends on April 5th. Activate your free trial here, and do not miss this rare opportunity to own a piece of space shuttle history.

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Tuesday, December 16, 2008

  Server Boxes: NASA Gives Away Equipment Racks

Up for auction right now are 4 equipment racks which can hold up to 6 servers. NASA probably received new equipment and are now putting these up on the auction block. At least NASA keeps all their equipment in tip top condition so you know these equipment racks are reliable. The opening bid will start at $35. To learn more about the details of this auction register now. Enjoy the benefits of access to thousands of Government auctions happening across North America.

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Monday, May 26, 2008

  Who Needs NASA When You Can Have Your Own Observatory

Fascinated by the cosmos? Well now you can enjoy watching the far reaches of space with the help of this Observatory dome now up for auction. It's manufactured by Ash and measures 12 feet in diameter and has a motorized sliding roof opening. Domes such as this normally retail for several thousand dollars (depending on the size of course,) but the current bid for this item is just $1,136 with less than 48 hours left to bid! Register now before this auction ends.

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Friday, July 27, 2007

  Get NASA's old computers!

This auction consists of one of the largest lots of items we've probably ever seen. There are 51 miscellaneous computers in total, although most of them appear to be Apple branded. These computers were previously owned by NASA's Ames Research Center. Don't expect to get NASA secrets though, all their hard drives have been wiped clean. The current bid is at only $70 with just several days left to bid. Be smart and register today to get all the important information for this auction.

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