Logos In Space
 
 
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AZ Technology coated the UNITY logo and the black and white navigational targets which adorn the sides of the Unity Node. So began AZ Technology's involvement with space-stable color coatings on the International Space Station (ISS).

Below is an image gallery of logos, emblems, flags and lettering that AZ has done on the ISS, with thumbnails linked to larger and higher resolution images.

NOTE: NASA permission was obtained to reproduce photos from the NASA website. All photos can be viewed on the NASA website. The last two are exceptions and can be viewed at the ESA website.

 

On Dec. 6, 1998 the Space Shuttle Endeavour delivered the Unity Node and mated it with the Russian Zarya Control Module inside the Shuttle's cargo bay. On Dec. 13, 1998, the shuttle undocked and returned to Earth leaving a fledgling International Space Station (ISS) in low Earth orbit. Unity Emblem/AZ Produced Unity Emblem on First US Module of International Space Station Attached to Russian Zarya Module Against a Clouded Earth STS088 AZ Produced Unity Emblem on First US Module of International Space Station Attached to Russian Zarya Control Module Against Earth's Horizon STS088 AZ Produced Unity Emblem on First US Module of International Space Station Attached to Russian Zarya Control Module Against Blackness of Space STS088  
           
           
  AZ Technology remains the only company officially licensed by NASA to paint the space agency's red, white and blue logo on the ISS, and in fact, is still the only company with NASA space-certified color coatings on the ISS. NASA and ESA  logos on Harmony Module of the International Space Station in Shuttle Bay STS120 NASA Logo Visible as Destiny Module of the International Space Station is Moved from the Shuttle Bay for Installation STS098 NASA Logos Visible on Quest Airlock of the International Space Station STS104 NASA, ESA and ASI  Logos Visible on the Harmony Module of the International Space Station with Discovery Docked in Background STS124 AZ Painted NASA Logo Beside Italian Manufactured Raffaello Sign After 3.5 Years on the Raffaello Logistics Module of the International Space Station STS114  
 

 

           
               
 
AZ Technology developed a space-stable skyblue for the European Space Agency logo.
Astronaut in Front of AZ Painted European Space Agency Logo on Harmony Module of the International Space Station STS122 Astronaut Working on Columbus Module of the International Space Station with AZ Painted European Space Agency Logo Visible STS122 Columbus Module of the International Space Station with AZ Painted European Space Agency Logo Visible STS123 Harmony Module of the International Space Station in Shuttle Bay with AZ Painted Nasa and European Space Agency Logos Visible STS120 Long View of Columbus Module of the International Space Station with AZ Painted European Space Agency Logo Visible STS123  
               
               
AZ Technology provided the name tag for the Columbus module built by the European Space Agency. The Columbus module went up on shuttle mission STS122 early in 2008. Astronaut Working on Columbus Module of International Space Station with AZ Painted Columbus Lettering and ESA Logo Visible STS122 Columbus Module Attached to Harmony and Japanese Lab Modules of International Space Station with AZ Painted Columbus Lettering and ESA Logo Visible STS124 Columbus Module Attached to Harmony Module of International Space Station with AZ Painted Columbus Lettering and ESA Logo Visible STS122    
           
           

 

AZ Technology uses space-stable skyblue for the agenzia spaziale italiana (Italian Space Agency) logo. Astronaut Suspended Over Italian Space Agency, NASA and ESA Logos on Harmony Module of International Space Station STS123 Italian Space Agency, NASA and ESA Logos on International Space Station Harmony Module in Shuttle Bay STS120 Italian Space Agency and NASA Logos on International Space Station Harmony Module as its Being  Installed STS120    
           
           

 

AZ Technology provided the airlock directional guides for astronauts on EVA on the ISS. Astronaut Suspended Over Harmony Module  of International Space Station with Airlock Arrows and ESA Logo Visible STS122 Astronaut Working on Columbus Module of International Space Station with Airlock Arrows Visible STS122    
           
           
  Throughout the assembly of the ISS, AZ Technology provided black and white navigational targets of various shapes and configurations. The Canadian-built camera system used these to calculate angles and aid in the assembly process. White and Black Assembly Guidence Targets Adorn Unity Module of International Space Station With Earth Horizon Behind STS088 Assembly Guidence Targets on Unity Module Attached to Russian Zarya STS101 AZ Painted NASA Logo and Assembly Guidence Targets Beside Italian Made Raffaello Sign on the New Raffaello Module of the International Space Station STS108 Assembly Guidence Targets on Unity Module of the International Space Station Attached to Russian Zarya Control Module in Shuttle Bay STS088 Astronaut Attached to Shuttle Arm Suspended Over International Space Station with Assembly Guidence Targets Visible STS102  
               
  NASA Logo and Assembly Guidence Targets on the Destiny Module of the International Space Station STS108 AZ Painted Black and White Assembly Guidence Targets on Unity Module of the International Space Station STS088 Astronauts Work on International Space Station with White and Black Assembly Guidence Targets Visible STS118 Astronauts Attach Unity Module to Russian Zarya With White and Black Assembly Guidence Targets Visible STS088 600X400 Assembly Guidence Targets on S1 Truss of the International Space Station STS113 Assembly Guidence Targets on Port One Truss of the International Space Station STS113 Assembly Guidence Targets on Dexter Robotics System on the International Space Station STS123  
               
               

 

AZ Technology provided the ATV lettering and the name tag for the Italian-built Jules Verne transfer vehicle an ESA spacecraft built to supply the ISS. Artists Rendition of Italian Built Jules Verne ATV AZ Painted Jules Verne and European Space Agency Logos on the Jules Verne ATV    
           
           
 

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