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    Apollo 14: Grumman "LM-8 72 Hour Schedule" Task Chart, January 29-31, 1971. An 11" x 16.75" printed internal document showing the last-minute tasks involved in getting Apollo 14's LM Antares ready for launch on January 31st. The three days are divided into eight hour shifts and the tasks are coded by "Hazardous," "Contingency," "Cabin," etc. At the right side are drawings of Snoopy who is saying: "Thanks Team for one helluva job! Next step Fra Mauro", the Saturn Rocket, the mission insignia, and the text "Antares Is Go". Also included is a letter of congratulations from Charles Kroupa to the Grumman KSC Team dated the day after splashdown. Both very fine.

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    May, 2018
    11th Friday
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