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    Signed by the commanders of all six Apollo moon landing missions.

    Apollo 11 Lunar Module Flown Film Segment in Display Presentation with Earth & Moon Photo Signed by Seven Moonwalkers. A 0.375" square piece of film from a roll of 107 images taken by Armstrong on the surface of the moon, mounted on a certificate signed by NASA Supervisory Aerospace Technologist Richard Underwood. It has been matted and framed to an overall 24.5" x 33" with twelve various color Apollo moon photos and an incredible image, 8.5" x 10.75", of the earth and moon taken by the Galileo space ship from four million miles into space. It has been signed in silver by the commanders of all six of the Apollo lunar landing mission: "To Jay Barbree/ With Best Regards,/ Dave Scott", "To Jay Barbree/ All the Best/ To a Fellow Enthusiast!/ Neil Armstrong", "John Young", "Charles Conrad Jr", "Alan Shepard", and "Gene Cernan". Also signed by the second man on the moon: "Buzz Aldrin". Quite unique. Excellent condition.

    Included with this lot is a 1996-dated, signed and notarized Letter of Authenticity from Howard S. Benedict as Executive Director of the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation reading, in full: "As the Executive Director of the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation, I personally had Jay Barbree's copy of the remarkable view of Earth and the moon taken by the Galileo spacecraft 3.9 million miles from Earth autographed by the six astronauts who commanded the six Apollo landings on the moon. The photograph is the only picture taken of the Earth and the moon moving as celestial bodies through space. The distance between the planet and its satellite is about 220,000 miles. The autograph and message ('To Jay Barbree with best wishes') at the top left of the picture above the moon was written by Astronaut Dave Scott, who commanded Apollo 15. The autograph and message ('To Jay Barbree, all the best to a fellow enthusiast') below the moon and to the left of Earth was written by Astronaut Neil Armstrong, who commanded Apollo 11 and took the first steps on the moon. The autographs of Astronaut John Young, who commanded Apollo 16; Charles Conrad Jr., who commanded Apollo 12; Alan B. Shepard Jr., who commanded Apollo 14, and Gene Cernan, who commanded Apollo 17, are directly beneath Neil Armstrong's signature. The autograph of Astronaut Buzz Aldrin, who was second to walk on the moon with Neil Armstrong, appears on the photograph's right side."


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    April, 2013
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