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    Apollo 12 Lunar Module Flown Stowage Strap Originally from the Collection of Mission Commander Pete Conrad. This 10.25" x 0.75" cloth strap has both snap and Velcro closures. A detailed handwritten Letter of Authenticity from Conrad on his personal note card is included; it explains the strap's use and provenance: "This 'Interim Stowage Strap,' Part Number SEB33100015-302, Serial Number 1137 was flown to the lunar surface aboard the Lunar Module Intrepid during the flight of Apollo XII. It was used to secure lunar exploration equipment and logged over 31 hours on the moon's surface during November 19-20, 1969. The strap is listed on page 63 of the Apollo XII Stowage List. It has been in my personal collection since I returned from the moon. Charles Conrad Jr. Commander, Apollo XII". Excellent condition.

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    October, 2008
    7th Tuesday
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