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    Russian Cosmonaut Schedule of Events, Signed by Nine of the Original Cosmonauts. One page, quarto, n.p., February 1965. Extremely rare cosmonaut schedule from the days just prior to the Voskhod 2 space mission, during which the first spacewalk ever was accomplished. Typed in Cyrillic, the schedule lists meetings with scientists, students, and with the Dutch Prime Minister (Mr. Otto Kraga) at the Kremlin. At the lower portion is a space for the listed cosmonauts to sign their names as an indication that they have seen the schedule. Signatures include Gagarin, Titov, Nikolaev, Popovich, Bykovskiy, Tereshkova, Komarov, Feoktistov, and Egorov. Signatures have been accomplished in a variety of ink colors, giving this unusual item even greater display value. Schedule bears a few small creases at corners, but is generally in fine condition.

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