What do NASA, Ronald Reagan, “Seinfeld” and the U.S. Ski and Snowboarding teams have in common?They have all used Southern Nevada-based Fisher Space Pen Co. The AG7 Anti-Gravity Pen could write upside down, at any angle and on almost any surface. Because it was pressurized it could also write under water, through grease and in extreme temperatures ranging from -30 to 250 degrees F. NASA was the first to get its hands on the revolutionary pens when it sent them into space on the Apollo 7 in 1968. Since the Apollo 7 Mission, the company has been producing the pens used in all of NASA’s manned space flights, more than 100 in total. The particular Space Pen is in The Museum of Modern Art's permanent collection as a symbol of American industrial design.