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    Apollo 13 Flown LM Malfunction Procedures Book Signed by and from the Personal Collection of Mission Commander James Lovell. This 8.5" x 10.5" (including tabs) book of eighty pages is printed on cardstock and bound with three binder rings. The title is "APOLLO 13 LM MALFUNCTION PROCEDURES", the Part Number is "SKB32100076-386", and the Serial Number is "1001". Lovell has certified and signed on the front cover: "James Lovell Flown". This important and complete Flight Data File book is divided by tabs into various sections as to the area of potential malfunction within the lunar module (e.g. Camera, Comm, etc.); it contains dozens of procedure flow charts, some with handwritten comments. Very fine condition with some light rust staining around the punched holes.

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    October, 2008
    7th Tuesday
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