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    Buzz Aldrin Signed Apollo 11 Lunar Trajectory Notes NASA Book. "MSC Internal Note No. 69-FM-209/ July 14, 1969". An 8" x 10.5" staple-bound, five hole-punched book of 167 pages with numerous graphics and charts, some pull-out. Boldly signed on the front cover: "Buzz Aldrin" (signature 5.25" long). An interesting volume with the stated purpose "...to provide the layman with some general information about the design of lunar trajectories and some specific information about the Apollo 11 mission." It consists of three sections, Environment, Trajectory Planning, and Apollo 11 Mission Summary. Very fine condition with light wear and some minor staining on the front cover.

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    November, 2011
    30th Wednesday
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