OFFICIAL CONTRACTOR SPACECRAFT MODEL ISSUED BY NORTH AMERICAN ROCKWELL.
THE VEHICLE THAT COMPLETED JFK'S GOAL TO RETURN SAFELY TO THE EARTH.
Model of the Command/Service Module (CSM) with escape tower and connecting lattice structure. The CSM stands 10 ½ inches tall and is 4 inches in diameter displayed on a circular 7-inch base. Made from injected-molded plastic and white painted metal by the Walter J. Hyatt Company for North American Rockwell, prime NASA contractor for the CSM.
Decals define the locations of the crew side hatch, windows, and the Command Module (CM) attitude control rocket engines. The Service Module (SM) has four attitude control rocket engines which are 1-inch long and extent some 3/8-inch off the body of the SM. Decals define additional structures on the SM. The large Service Propulsion System engine bell is visible through a clear viewing section along the base. The circular plastic base has a large decal that reads: "Apollo Spacecraft North American Rockwell." The base, CM, SM and escape tower are all detachable.