DescriptionApollo Command Module Flown Kapton Foil Segments (Four) in Informative and Attractive Displays. From four early Apollo missions (including one unmanned), here are matching 4.25" x 3" x 1.5" (overall) clear acrylic displays, each featuring a small segment of flown Kapton foil with photos and information about that mission. As follows.
Apollo 4 (November 9, 1967): Obtained from the collection of Richard Mulheim who received the flown fragments from KSC and ILC Dover representative Geoff Pierce.
Apollo 7 (October 11-21, 1968): Obtained from NASA representative Paul Nelson.
Apollo 8 (December 21-27, 1968): Obtained from North American Rockwell technician Lewis L. Chilton who removed the segment on February 6, 1969, during post-flight testing.
Apollo 9 (March 3-13, 1969): Obtained from and certified by Jerry Czubinski from the San Diego Air & Space Museum.
A detailed Certificate of Authenticity is included with each. All from a series created by Aviator's Alley & Threehook Aviation. Excellent, as issued.
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