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    Apollo 10 Mission Control Center Flown American Flag Signed by and from the Personal Collection of Mission Lunar Module Pilot Gene Cernan. An 11" x 7.5" cloth U.S. flag framed to an overall 14" x 11". On the lowest white stripe, Cernan had certified and signed: "Flown in Mission Control- Apollo X Recovery Gene Cernan". The following text is printed beneath the flag on the mount: "Flag Flown in the Mission Control Center/ At Apollo X Recovery/ Presented to Gene Cernan by the Men of MCC-H". NASA's Mission Control Center in Houston manages all aspects of manned space missions. This is an interesting and unusual souvenir of the Apollo 10 mission as presented personally to Captain Cernan. Very fine condition with a tiny stain in the lower right of the mount that doesn't detract.

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    October, 2008
    7th Tuesday
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