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    Buzz Aldrin Signed Gemini 12 Spacewalk Color Photo. A stunningly-detailed 10" x 8" glossy photo of Aldrin during one of his landmark Gemini 12 EVAs, signed largely in silver ink: "Buzz Aldrin/ Gemini XII". As this was the last flight of the Gemini program, it was very important to fine-tune the art of an astronaut working efficiently outside of the spacecraft, something that had not yet been perfected. Buzz Aldrin made a (then) record three EVAs on this flight, all of which accomplished multiple goals. Two were of the "stand-up" variety and one was tethered. The success of these spacewalks was attributed to an underwater training program that he worked out. Excellent.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2015
    22nd Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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