Apollo 7 Flown Scissors Complete with Lanyard and Snap Originally from the Personal Collection of Mission Commander Wally Schi...
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The crew of Apollo 7, Wally Schirra, Don Eisele, and Walt Cunningham, spent nearly eleven days in earth orbit, October 11-22, 1968. It was the first manned launch of the Saturn IB launch vehicle and America's first three man crew. The Command/ Service Module was of a completely new design after the tragic Apollo 1 launch pad fire. This was the shakedown mission testing the life-support, propulsion, and control systems. Its success led to the launch of Apollo 8 to the moon just two months later.
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