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    Space toys

    For those of us here that is rich enough, here are some interesting toys, with and without detailed interiors.

    Full Scale Apollo Lunar Lander. $89,000

    Full Scale Apollo Lunar Lander

    Space Shuttle Orbiters Full Size. $120,000

    Space Shuttle Orbiters Full Size

    Full Scale Mars Rover. Remote Control or fully autonomous robots like the real NASA robots. $29,999

    Full Scale Mars Rover

    EDIT: The Mars Rover is out of stock. Demand exceeds supply. Probably.
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    Heck I could rule the world with that kind of money. NASA should really reconsider their public marker. Maybe get a middleman like Wal-mart.

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    Spirit and Opportunity weren't really "fully autonomous*" they were given instructions -- in Java!

    I'd rather get the for real T-Rex fossil, $6 000 000:
    T. rex for sale in Vegas - Weird News - Canoe.ca

    * I imagine that means it will turn around after it knocks over the coffee table
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aparavoid View Post
    Heck I could rule the world with that kind of money. NASA should really reconsider their public marker. Maybe get a middleman like Wal-mart.
    Heh, in what fantasy can you rule the world with less than $250,000?

    You could barely get a down-payment on a nice house with that money, these days.

    EDIT: Ooops... it appears the middle link is prices at $1,200,000 and not $120,000 as stated. So I guess you could get your house... a fancy car... some nice interior... just about rule the world...
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