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The Story Behind the Fisher Space Pen
The Fisher Space Pen with its sealed pressurized ink cartridge was selected by NASA (after rigorous testing) for use on
all manned space flights because it is the only type of pen that will write satisfactorily in freezing cold (-50 degrees F) and extreme heat (+400 degrees F) and in the gravity-free vacuum of Space. Since 1967, Fisher Space Pens have been used by the Astronauts on all manned space flights -- even those to the Moon. They are also used by the Russian Cosmonauts on the Soyuz space flights and on the MIR Space Station.
The ink in the Space Pen's replaceable refill is positively fed to its tungsten carbide ball by air pressure at about 40 pounds per square inch. The Fisher Space Pen will write at any angle, even upside down. We believe it to be the smoothest writing, most dependable pen in the world.
The pressurized cartridge required the development of a new special viscoelastic ink (like thick rubber cement). Because the ink is thick and rubber-like, it does not flow except when the shearing action of the rolling ball liquefies its solid gel thixotropic ink, allowing it to write smoothly and dependably on most surfaces, even under water. Paul Fisher invested over $2 million and years of research in developing his patented Space Pens.
Ordinary ball pens rely on gravity to feed the ink and have an opening in the top of the ink cartridge to allow air to replace the ink as it is used. There is no hole in the hermetically sealed and pressurized Space Pens. Evaporation, wasted ink, and back leakage are eliminated. Shelf-life is increased from a normal 2 years to an estimated 100 years.