Paul Fisher designed the first anti-gravity space pen called the AG-7 pen. This AG-7 pen was designed to perform in zero-gravity vacuum and extreme temperatures. After strenuous testing, NASA selected the Fisher Space Pen for use on all of the Apollo missions. These fisher space pens are still used today by both NASA and the Russian Space Program. This Fisher Space pen called the Shuttle pen is created with the same principles and design functions as the original AG-7 pen. This Fisher Shuttle Pen is available in four finishes; all chrome, all matte black, chrome with black engraved grid pattern and a chrome with gold engraved grid pattern.
Function: Click top with side button release
- Length: 5"
- Materials: All metal