U.S. astronaut Andrew Feustel choosed in 2011 the famous Czech character Krtek (Little Mole) created by the legendary Czech illustrator and animator Zdeněk Miler to accompany him on his mission to space. Andrew Feustel, who brought Czech poet Jan Neruda's Cosmic Verses into space in 2009, took plush Krtek into his personal luggage on-board space shuttle Endeavour, mission STS-134 with planned blast-off in April 2011.

U.S. astronaut Andrew Feustel choosed in 2011 the famous Czech character Krtek (Little Mole) created by the legendary Czech illustrator and animator Zdeněk Miler to accompany him on his mission to space. Andrew Feustel, who brought Czech poet Jan Neruda's Cosmic Verses into space in 2009, took plush Krtek into his personal luggage on-board space shuttle Endeavour, mission STS-134 with planned blast-off in April 2011.

Krtek the Little Mole / Plush Stuffed Toy / You can purchase these at amazon.com

Krtek the Little Mole / Plush Stuffed Toy / You can purchase these at amazon.com

Praha, Krtek!

Praha, Krtek!

Czech cartoon character Krtek

Czech cartoon character Krtek

Zdenek Miler and his Moles

Zdenek Miler and his Moles

Krtek-Familie

Krtek-Familie

Krtek back home after a voyage to outer space on NASA's shuttle Endeavour

Krtek back home after a voyage to outer space on NASA's shuttle Endeavour

Krtek, or Krteček or Krtko So cute!

Krtek, or Krteček or Krtko So cute!

krteks from Check.

krteks from Check.

Krtek in Budapest :)

Krtek in Budapest :)

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