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    NASA Mercury Launch Complex 14 "Propellant Level Control" Panel. A heavy rack-mount chassis with numerous switches, buttons, and indicators on the front, 19" wide x 7" high x 13" deep, used during the Mercury launch period. The front panel is divided between "Liquid Oxygen" and "Fuel", both with "Primary" and "Secondary" gauges and several "Wet Test" buttons. The back features electrical connectors, potentiometers, and inspection stamps. It bears a label: "General Dynamics Astronautic Inspection" with a handwritten Validation date of August 20, 1964. Fifty+ years later, we imagine that all these functions could be handled by a laptop or tablet. Quite worn and dusty, not tested. Superb for display. Very good.

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