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    Space Shuttle Columbia (STS-107) Crew-Signed Launch and Reentry Cover. A dual-cancelled postal cover signed pre-flight by all seven crewmembers at left under the title "STS-107 / Research Mission": "Rick Husband", "Willie McCool", "David M. Brown", "Kalpana Chawla", "Michael Anderson", "Laurel Clark", and "Ilan Ramon". The launch cancel is dated January 16, 2003, at Kennedy Space Center FL. The second cancellation is dated February 1, 2003, also at Kennedy Space Center. This was the date of the catastrophic failure during reentry in which the shuttle disintegrated, killing all seven aboard. Rare. Excellent.

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    November, 2016
    11th Friday
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