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Relive the monumental achievement of Apollo 11 with our extraordinary creation - the Sea of Tranquility (Mare Tranquillitatis) Astrocoaster! As we commemorate the historic moon landing anniversary, we are thrilled to launch this unparalleled coaster that will transport you to the lunar surface in a breathtaking micro-scale recreation.

Prepare to be awestruck by the level of detail meticulously incorporated into the Sea of Tranquility Astrocoaster, from the infamous Lunar Module Eagle (AKA Tranquility Base) to the awe-inspiring surrounding lunar scape. You might need a magnifying glass to see the American flag standing tall on the moon's surface and the iconic TV camera that broadcasted humanity's triumphant steps to the world. Every inch of this slate coaster captures the essence of the lunar milestone with astonishing precision.

Our famous Astrocoaster features are only the beginning of the magic. The magnetic backs allow for an effortless vertical display, proudly showcasing this lunar masterpiece in all its glory. Crafted with an impeccable high-quality finish, the Sea of Tranquility Astrocoaster embodies elegance and durability, ensuring it stands the test of time as a cherished collector's item.

Whether you're a space enthusiast, a history buff, or simply a lover of remarkable craftsmanship, the Sea of Tranquility Astrocoaster will undoubtedly leave you mesmerized. Embrace the spirit of exploration and bring home a piece of space history today. Relive the wonder of the Apollo 11 moon landing and let your imagination soar to celestial heights with this exceptional keepsake - a tribute to human ingenuity and the boundless possibilities of the heavens.

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On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to set foot on the Moon as they stepped out of the Lunar Module, making history and fulfilling the primary objective of the Apollo 11 mission. Neil Armstrong's famous words, "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind," are forever associated with the Sea of Tranquility, marking humanity's triumphant achievement of landing on another celestial body. The Apollo 11 landing site remains an iconic symbol of human exploration and scientific advancement.
The Sea of Tranquility, also known as Mare Tranquillitatis, is one of the lunar maria, extensive dark plains on the Moon's surface formed by ancient volcanic eruptions. It is located in the northern hemisphere of the Moon and is one of the most well-known and historically significant lunar features.

The Apollo 11 landing site was chosen within the Sea of Tranquility for several reasons. First and foremost, NASA wanted a relatively flat and smooth location to ensure a safe landing for the Lunar Module. The site's terrain reduced the risk of obstacles that could pose a threat during the delicate landing maneuver.

Additionally, previous lunar missions, including Apollo 10, had extensively studied and photographed the area. This pre-surveying allowed NASA to gather valuable data on potential landing sites and hazards before committing to the Apollo 11 mission.

Another essential factor in choosing the Sea of Tranquility was its favorable lighting conditions during the planned landing time. Apollo 11 was scheduled to touch down during the lunar morning, ensuring good visibility and optimal lighting for the astronauts as they piloted the Lunar Module to the surface.

The name "Sea of Tranquility" (Mare Tranquillitatis in Latin) holds historical and poetic significance related to exploring the Moon. The terms of lunar features, including seas (Maria) and craters, were given by early astronomers and cartographers who observed the Moon through telescopes.

In this context, the term "Sea" can be somewhat misleading, as it does not refer to an actual body of water. Instead, it denotes the darker, smooth plains on the Moon's surface, known as maria, which were initially thought to be vast lunar seas by early astronomers who believed they were observing water bodies.

The name "Tranquillitatis" is Latin for "Tranquility" or "Peacefulness." This name was given to the region because of its relatively smooth and flat nature. The astronomers of the time perceived these plains as calm and tranquil compared to the rugged and mountainous terrain in other areas of the Moon.


  • 1 Square Slate Coaster
  • 4" x 4" (10.16cm x 10.16cm)
  • Magnetic back for the optimum display and vertical storage options.
  • Laser-etched back panel. 
  • Special paint and protective coating application for full-color artwork. 
  • Aerospace Grade Satin Clearcoat Finish Coat Application.
  • Resistant to stains and scratches.
  • Slate does not need as much maintenance as other stones and can be washed with warm water and a small amount of mild detergent when cleaning is needed.
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