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    "Shuttle Crew Operations Manual" Directly from the Personal Collection of Mission Commander Paul Weitz, Signed and Certified. An astonishing amount of information is contained in this 4" thick binder. Inside its hundreds of pages are massive amounts of illustrations and technical data on every aspect of the crew's operations of a Space Shuttle. It is signed on the 1993-dated title page: "From my personal/ collection/ Paul J. Weitz/ CDR, STS-6". After STS-6, his second space flight, Weitz first served as Deputy Chief of the Astronaut Office under John Young until 1987 and then as Deputy Director of the Johnson Space Center until his retirement in 1994. Contained in an illustrated binder. The first of these we've offered. Very fine.

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    May, 2017
    19th Friday
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