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    Apollo 10 Flown Constellation Navigation Plate Directly from the Personal Collection of Mission Command Module Pilot John Young, Certified and Signed. A 7" x 6" (including a 0.25" raised "lip") gray metal plate, on which are punched out several stars and constellations, some numbered. There is a thick white plastic or resin coating on the verso so that the stars seem to "light up" when lit from the rear. The Part Number as printed on the back edge and also embossed on the white backing is "2021 487 AC 2". This was used in the Command Module Charlie Brown by Young on the trips to and from the moon in making star-Earth horizon navigation sightings. A star chart in a format unique to our experience. Excellent condition.

    Young has certified this item at top left: "Flown John Young".


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    October, 2009
    8th Thursday
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