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    Apollo 1 Crew-Signed Color NASA Glossy Photo. A 10" x 8" photo (blank verso) with the red photo ID number in the margin: "NASA S-66-30236". It pictures the astronauts posed in their flight suits at a table behind a model of the original CM-012 command module. It is boldly signed by each in black felt tip: "Ed White", "Gus Grissom", and "Roger Chaffee". Originally designated AS-204, the first mission in the Apollo manned lunar landing program was scheduled for launch on February 21, 1967. A tragic fire during a "plugs-out" launch simulation on January 27, 1967, claimed the lives of the three astronauts aboard. Beautiful example. A small amount of insignificant paper loss at upper left, otherwise pristine condition.

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    April, 2013
    18th Thursday
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