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    Apollo 10 Flown Embroidered Mission Insignia Patch Directly from the Personal Collection of Mission Command Module Pilot John Young, Certified and Signed. This 4" x 4" shield-shaped patch flew with crewmembers Stafford, Young, and Cernan aboard the Apollo 10 mission to the moon, May 18-26, 1969. The design for this insignia shows a large, 3-D "X" sitting on the moon with a command module orbiting as a lunar module flies up to it from its pass over the lunar surface. Earth is visible in the background. Inside a medium blue border is "APOLLO" at top and the crew surnames below. It is bordered in gold thread. Excellent condition.

    On the back, John Young has written: "Flown. John Young" (low contrast).


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    April, 2009
    1st Wednesday
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