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    Apollo 10 Lunar Module Flown Spotlight and Power Cord. A small, approximately 2.75" x 2.25" x 2.25" in size, dual-bulb and dual-lens light assembly with Velcro on the top for attachment to the walls of the lunar module and a female four pin connector at the back. Also included is a coiled power cable assembly, approximately 36" in length (not stretched), with four pin connectors on either end (male/female). This small, portable spotlight was removed by Apollo 10 Lunar Module Pilot Gene Cernan from the cockpit of the Lunar Module Snoopy prior to it being sent into lunar orbit. This light assembly supplied secondary lighting to the cockpit, and could be moved around to several brackets attached to the ceiling of the lunar module. The coiled power cord could be plugged into several receptacles inside the spacecraft.

    Since none of the lunar modules ever returned to the Earth intact, flown artifacts from them are extremely rare. Our research shows that this is one of only three of these LM-flown spotlights known. An opportunity not to be missed. From the personal collection of Captain Gene Cernan accompanied by written authentication by Cernan.

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    March, 2008
    25th Tuesday
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