DescriptionApollo-Soyuz Test Project: Fédération Aéronautique Internationale World Record Certification Documents (Five) Originally from the Personal Collection of Deke Slayton, in Framed Displays. Five separate 13" x 10" (sight size) partly-printed documents in French issued by the FAI to the three astronauts and two cosmonauts, filled in by hand for the various world records set by this mission, and signed by three officials. The records are for: altitude while linked (237 km); duration in group flight (but not linked) (53 h 9 min 17 sec); distance traveled while linked (1,488,320 km); total duration of flight of spaceships while linked (46 h 46 min 44 sec); and assembled mass of spaceships linked in flight (20,977 kg). All framed to 14" x 11". Excellent.
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