Field Notes Three Missions Notebook

Field Notes Three Missions Notebooks Review and Giveaway!

Field Notes recently released their newest edition, the Field Notes Three Missions Notebooks! These notebooks commemorate the valiant quest to land on the moon, and the missions that got us there. Each pack comes with three notebooks, one for each of the three missions. Continue reading to learn more about the Three Missions Notebooks and the missions they are dedicated to. Also, continue on for your chance to win a pack of the Field Notes Three Missions Notebook.

Field Notes Three Missions Notebook

The first of the three Field Notes notebooks is dedicated to the Mercury Mission. First approved in October of 1958, the Mercury mission lasted until 1963. There were several key milestones accomplished with with this mission, including the first American in space, and the First American to orbit the Earth.

Field Notes Three Missions Notebooks

Field Notes Three Missions Notebooks

Second, we have the Gemini Mission which started in 1961 and ended in 1966. During this mission, Ed White II became the first human to “walk” in space, and was in open space for approximately 22 minutes. By the end of the mission, in 1996, Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin Jr “walked” in space for approximately 5.5 hours!
Last, but definitely not least, we have the world famous Apollo Mission. Started in 1961 and lasting until 1972, this mission rocked the world. During this mission, Neil L Armstrong became the first man to set foot on the moon. This single act has sparked innumerable theories, advancements, debates, etc. than almost any other breakthrough in space.

Each Notebook contains more facts and figures, and also depict images of the missions on their respective covers in full color. The interior pages are Finch Opaque 60#T white graph paper. Field Notes took particular care to print the grids with an extremely light “Firmament Gray” ink. In addition, each pack comes with three “Punch-Out and Assemble” Mission-Specific Crew Capsule Models! These models were slightly more difficult to assemble then we were anticipating, so if you need any help, check out Field Notes Assembly Instructions (PDF). We hope you enjoy your Field Notes Three Missions Notebooks!

Enter to Win a Pack of Field Notes Three Missions Notebooks

Enter to win the pack of Field Notes three missions notebooks that we used for this review.

Note: The “Punch-Out and Assemble” Modules have already been assembled, but will be included with the notebooks.

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26 thoughts on “Field Notes Three Missions Notebooks Review and Giveaway!

  1. Susan Irving

    I don’t have a favorite notebook. I’ve been wanting to try Field Notes for awhile, but I haven’t gotten around to trying them.

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  2. Kat

    My favorite notebook is a pocket notebook I got at a conference. It is graph ruled and has super smooth paper. I wish I could figure out what brand it is!

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  3. David Knapp

    For pocket notebooks, my favorites are a Rhodia Webnotebook or a Leuchtturm1917 A6-sized book…Field Notes are decent enough but their paper is hit-or-miss where fountain pens are concerned.

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  4. Colton

    I like to make my own pocket paper slips, but I like the design and form factor of Nakabayashi’s swing logical pocket notebook. They seem more durable and plentiful compared to Field Notes or comparable books. That said, I’d like a book with clear pages + header/date lines for the tops or bottoms of said pages. That would be ideal for sketching purposes.

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  5. Diane Foster Lee

    I am so excited about these since my Dad worked at NASA during all three of these missions. I’m buying sets for my brothers for their birthdays! And one or two for me. One to save and one to use!

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