Barbie Space Discovery Astronaut Doll, Blonde, in Spacesuit with Helmet, Gloves, Flag & 3 Mini Packs of Astronaut Food (Non-Edible) for 3 to 7 Year Olds

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Barbie Space Discovery Astronaut Doll, Blonde, in Spacesuit with Helmet, Gloves, Flag & 3 Mini Packs of Astronaut Food (Non-Edible) for 3 to 7 Year Olds

Barbie Space Discovery Astronaut Doll, Blonde, in Spacesuit with Helmet, Gloves, Flag & 3 Mini Packs of Astronaut Food (Non-Edible) for 3 to 7 Year Olds

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The timing of the space voyage coincides with the company's newest astronaut-related Barbie products, the Space Discovery line at Target, McKnight said. In 2016, Barbie released an all-female ticket with a president and vice president doll set to inspire girls to believe they can be anything—including leader of the free world. Of the many Barbies who have visited space, this doll probably most closely resembles our mental image of what an astronaut looks like.

Wearing a mod Mercury-inspired silver spacesuit and even sporting a bubble-cut hairdo reminiscent of a helmet, "Miss Astronaut" beat NASA in the representation-in-space race, giving girls an early role model in aviation and aeronautics. The out-of-this-world set makes a great gift for kids 3 to 7 years old, especially those who love space, science and shooting for the stars! Earth-bound throughout the 1970s, Barbie once again donned a spacesuit in 1985 — this time with flair. Last year a special edition Barbie, sculpted to look like European Space Agency astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti, rode a zero-G parabolic airplane flight. Barbie sets her mission on course for success with a Barbie flag and three packs of astronaut food (non-edible).As featured in a newly-released special episode of the brand's "You Can Be Anything" web video series, the two diverse Barbie dolls have been filmed floating inside the space station's multi-windowed Cupola backdropped by Earth below. We actually have the Barbie, and we bring her around to conferences… I don't think she'll be doing any more tests. This is a prime example of Barbie's position as a champion for women's equality: she is equal parts hyper-feminine and a successful businesswoman, demonstrating that a successful career is not a masculine trait. Bello far vedere alle nostre piccole che Barbie non è più sinonimo di stupida bambolina ma di donna in carriera.

If you are ending a contract for a reason set out at (a) to (c) below the contract will end immediately and we will refund you in full for any products which have not been provided. The company said it consulted with NASA and Ride's partner, Tam O’Shaughnessy, to outfit the doll in a Challenger-inspired flight suit. In 2022, these dolls were sent to the International Space Station as a part of Mission DreamStar, a collaboration between Mattel and NASA that aims to encourage young girls to pursue careers as astronauts and space scientists. com, the Sell on Etsy app, and the Etsy app, as well as the electricity that powers Etsy’s global offices and employees working remotely from home in the US. As revealed by Mattel on Thursday (April 14), the dolls have been in Earth orbit since February as part of a collaboration between the toy company and the ISS U.

The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. In over 15 years of reporting, she's covered a variety of topics, including health, business, and government, with a penchant for FOIA and other public records requests. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Barbie astronaut doll is ready to explore the sky and beyond with a shimmery spacesuit, space boots, gloves and helmet. Each is dressed in the same one-piece outfit loosely based on the Sokol pressure garments worn by crew members who launch and land on Russia's Soyuz spacecraft.

The new Barbie vlog also features NASA astronauts Kayla Barron and Raja Chari, who give a tour of the space station's veggie garden, -80 degree freezer, and robot nicknamed Astrobee. Personally, I wanted to name her Barb, after Barbie, but also after one of my personal idols Barbara Morgan, who is an astronaut from my home State of Idaho," Wells told BBC Future.The Museum has five aviation-themed Barbies (and one Ken) in its collection, though they are not on display at this time. Europe's first female commander of the ISS floated with her Barbie in zero gravity, to encourage girls to study STEM subjects and open the door to becoming future engineers, scientists and astronauts. Her first fashion partnership was in 1985, when Oscar de la Renta created a line of designer clothes for Barbie. Wells is hopeful that this method will be tested on the Moon, but using a human astronaut rather than a life-sized Barbie model. During this time, Mattel also released another iteration of Space Camp Barbie (2008) as well as two scientist dolls: Space Scientist Barbie (2017) and Astrophysicist Barbie (2019).

After all, the intention behind Barbie was that she would allow girls to imagine themselves as young adults. Twenty years later, Barbie modeled a bright pink and silver spacesuit "with sparkly skirt and tights. The first Barbie portrait was reportedly inspired by Warhol’s muse, Billy Boy, a jewelry designer and member of New York’s downtown scene in the 1980s, who owned a vast collection of Barbie dolls. Later, she accepted a position as engineer and worked on five missions, including the Perseverance rover now on Mars and Europa Clipper, which is set to be launched to Jupiter's moon in 2024.

This box from 1994 Astronaut Barbie is in the Museum’s collection, along with the corresponding doll.

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