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    Gus Grissom Signed Color Photograph, 8" x 10", "All the best to Joe/ Gus Grissom." An original Mercury astronaut, pilot of the Liberty Bell 7 spacecraft (1961), and Command Pilot of the first manned Gemini flight (1965), Gus Grissom was named Command Pilot of the first 3-man Apollo flight. He was killed on January 27, 1967, in the Apollo 1 spacecraft flash fire during a launch pad test at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. From the collection of renowned former physical trainer of the astronauts Joe Garino. This lot is accompanied by a signed certificate of authentication from Garino verifying its provenance.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2007
    20th Thursday
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