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    Apollo 14 Command Module Kittyhawk Flown Stitched Cloth Mission Emblem. The 4.75" emblem was flown aboard Apollo 14, the eighth manned mission in the Apollo program and the third mission to land on the Moon. The three-man crew consisted of Alan Shepard, Commander; Stuart Roosa, Command Module Pilot; and Edgar Mitchell, Lunar Module Pilot. The oval emblem shows a NASA Astronaut Pin, given to U.S. astronauts upon completing their first space flight, traveling from the earth to the moon. A band around the edge includes the mission and astronaut names. Mitchell signed the back of the emblem. From the collection of Edgar D. Mitchell, Sc.D., who has included both a signed typed Letter of Certification and a handwritten letter verifying its provenance.


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    March, 2008
    25th Tuesday
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