ANTHONY ENGLAND - COMMEMORATIVE ENVELOPE SIGNED - HFSID 46186
Sale Price $126.00
This envelope commemorating the ETAM West Virginia Earth Station is signed by the astronaut in black ink
Commemorative Envelope Signed: "Tony England" in black ink. 6½x3¾. Postmarked March 22, 1982. Envelope features a stamp from the ETAM West Virginia Earth Station. Anthony England (b. 1942) is a NASA astronaut who has completed over 3,000 hours of flying time and nearly 200 hours in space. He graduated from MIT with a Bachelor's and Master's degree in 1965, earning a Ph.D. five years later. In 1967, England became the youngest-ever candidate to be selected by NASA to join the space program. As a scientist-astronaut, England had to put in some time learning how to fly at Laughlin Air Force Base. As part of the STS-51-F mission, he operated Spacelab systems to carry out several experiments over the course of 126 orbits of Earth. After his retirement from NASA in 1988, England became a professor and served as a dean at the University of Michigan's Dearborn campus. Lightly toned. Note on verso in unknown hand. Otherwise, fine condition.
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