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    Neil Armstrong's May-June 1970 Visit to the Soviet Union: Signed Copy of His "Study of the Lunar Surface, Summary" along with Dossier Files from the Archives of Soviet General Nikolai Kamanin. A Russian language fifteen-page typescript document titled: "ИССЛЕДОВАНИЕ ЛУННОЙ ПОВЕРХНОСТИ, РЕЭЮМЕ" with extensive handwritten notations all through. It is beautifully signed in blue ink on the front page: "Neil Armstrong". Armstrong's visit to the USSR was ostensibly to present the full version of this paper at the COSPAR conference in Leningrad. He signed this copy for General Kamanin. Possibly unique. An interesting lot. Fine.

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    May, 2017
    19th Friday
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