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    Apollo-Soyuz Test Project Joint Crew Activities Plan Book Originally from the Personal Collection of Mission Command Module Pilot Vance Brand. A sixty-eight page book, 8" x 10.375", three-hole punched and bound with rings inside hard covers. The front is stamped in silver: "'SOYUZ APOLLO'/ JOINT CREW ACTIVITIES PLAN/3-th [sic] launch opportunity/ 1975". This was likely prepared by the Soviets, though completely in English. The book is formatted so that facing pages have separate "Detailed Crew Activities Plan" for "Apollo" (given in Houston time) and "Soyuz" (given in Moscow time). Very detailed and interesting to read. Unflown. Fine condition with one internal page damaged and others weak at the punched binder holes.

    Included with this lot is a signed letter of authenticity from Kevin Brand (his son).

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    April, 2010
    21st Wednesday
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