Airstream has a long history of working with America's Space Program. In the late 1960s, Airstream built four Mobile Quarantine Facilities that housed Apollo astronauts when they returned from the moon, ensuring no stray moon germs hitched a ride back to Earth. Then in 1983, Airstream modified an Excella Motorhome for use by NASA to transport Space Shuttle crews to the launchpad. Now, as America returns to space in the Commercial Crew era, Airstream has collaborated with the Boeing company on a new Astrovan that will shuttle their Starliner crews to the launchpad. Perhaps one day an Airstream will make its way to the moon as part of a silver bullet lunar colony? (We can dream, can we?)
Celebrate Airstream's place in space and more than fifty years of helping astronauts get to space and return safely with this water bottle. Featuring an Airstream in space, this bottle also pays homage to Airstream's Jackson Center, Ohio headquarters – lovingly referred to by fans as "The Mothership."