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    "Mission Aborted, April 14, 1970"

    Apollo 13 Large Lunar Color Photo Signed by James Lovell, Fred Haise, and Jack Lousma, with Annotations. A 20" x 16" silk finish image of the lunar crater Chaplygin covered by part of the spacecraft, NASA image AS13-62-8909. It is signed as follows in gold and silver felt tips: "James Lovell/ Apollo 13 CDR", "Getting Ready for the PC-2 burn/ from Aquarius after passing around/ the moon!/ April 15, 1970 00:21:00 UTC/ Fred W. Haise/ Apollo 13 LMP", and "We figure we've got about 15 minutes/ of power left in the Command Module,/ so we want you to start getting/ over to the Lunar Module and/ getting power on that./ 'Mission Aborted April 14, 1970/ Jack Lousma/ CapCom/ Apollo 13". A dramatic piece with exceptional, seldom-seen quotes. Excellent.

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    November, 2018
    1st-3rd Thursday-Saturday
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