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At the beginning of space exploration, astronauts contributed to countless discoveries during their explorations. Originally they recorded their observations with pencils; however, broken lead caused hazards to their noses, eyes, and electrical systems. Paul C. Fisher, already known for his innovative ball point pen designs, was asked by NASA to design a pen that astronauts could take with them into space. It would need be able to work, and not fall apart, in zero gravity. After years of trial and error, the Fisher Space Pen was born. The pressurized pen featured a sealed cartridge, and was able to write from any angle. Fisher now sells numerous designs of their space pen that appeals to virtually everyone on your gift-giving list.