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    "Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed."

    Neil Armstrong July 20, 1969 CapCom Transcript Signed. A single page typed transcript, 8.5" x 11", of the conversation between the Apollo 11 Lunar Module Eagle and the Capsule Communicator at Mission Control in Houston during the final seconds of the landing procedure. The last two entries on this page will ring familiar to anyone who was watching and listening to this momentous event in 1969. "CAPCOM: We copy you down, Eagle. EAGLE: (Armstrong) Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed." It is signed "Neil Armstrong Apollo 11" just beneath. An interesting and unique format for the autograph of the first man on the moon. By the way, future moonwalker Charlie Duke was the voice of Houston during this landing. Excellent condition.

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    April, 2009
    1st Wednesday
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