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    Neil Armstrong Signed Photo, His 1970 Soviet Visit Itinerary, and Article about Moon Camera, all From the Archives of Soviet General Nikolai Kamanin. Included in this lot is a 3.625" x 5.625" B&W glossy photo of Armstrong in business suit signed boldly in black felt tip: "Neil Armstrong". Also, a typewritten carbon of a three page Russian language document listing the activities of Armstrong during his visit to Star City in May 1970 and an original typescript of a four-page Russian language article titled: "Preliminary Results of the Stereoscopic Large-plane Photographing of the Moon Surface at the Flights Of Space Ships Apollo-11 and Apollo-12" (rough translation from Russian). Attached to the article is an original NASA 8" x 10" B&W glossy of the Stereo Camera used on the above-mentioned camera. Interesting material. Very fine.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2018
    11th Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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