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Updated: February 26, 2022

"Jupiter-1" 78 in. spaceship filming miniature from Lost in Space. (New Line, 1998) The massive Jupiter-1 spacecraft was used to launch the smaller Jupiter-2 into orbit in the 1998 feature film. Intended to showcase the upper sections of the craft, the miniature measures 78 in. in diameter and is constructed with a steel substructure under a highly detailed resin hull hand etched and molded with high-tech detailing and painted in various shades of gray with silver accents. Labeled, "Allied Space Organization of Mexico America and Canada", "Jupiter-1", "A.S.O.M.A.C.", "Jupiter Mission", "J1" and "277-2211". The bottom portion of the saucer shaped craft is intentionally absent. Functional electronics illuminate areas of the sides and top of the craft. Two small sections that appear to be hangar doors are absent where hardware is installed for the ship to hang for display.

Value: $50,000.

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