Russian space pencil joke
Dec 20, Fact or Fiction?: NASA Spent Millions to Develop a Pen that Would Write in Space, whereas the Soviet Cosmonauts Used a Pencil.
Both U.S. astronauts and Soviet cosmonauts initially used pencils on space flights, but those writing instruments were not ideal: pencil tips can flake and break.
Jul 12, During the great Space Race of the 20th century, the United States and Russia in fact both used pencils in space. The United States opted to.
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Description:That created something of a controversy at the time, as many people believed it was a frivolous expense. When the flight also has scientific or engineering science objectives, low-quality data may affect mission success directly. Americans and Soviets actually did use pencils in space, before the Space Pen came around. None of this investment money came from NASA's coffers--the agency only became involved after the pen was dreamed into existence. However, wick-based instruments are designed around low viscosity, and thus operating temperature and pressure. Paul Fisher continues to market his space pens as the writing instrument that went to the moon and has spun off this effort into a separate corporation, the Fisher Space Pen Co.: The act of taking permanent, high-integrity documentation itself deters kludges , workarounds , and " go fever ".