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    The mission that signaled the end to the "space race."

    Apollo-Soyuz Test Project Crew-Signed Print Originally from the Personal Collection of NASA KSC Mission Support Chief Hal Collins. A 9.25" x 7" color artist's rendition of the docking spaceships by Robert McCall mounted to a 14" x 11" mat. At the top is written (possibly by Vance Brand): "To Hal Collins with Appreciation for Your Many/ Years of Fine Support - From Apollo / Soyuz!" It is boldly signed in the lower margin by the three American crewmembers: "Tom Stafford", "Vance Brand", and "D K Slayton" Very fine condition save for light toning and staple holes around the edges that could easily be hidden by matting or framing.

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    November, 2012
    2nd Friday
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