APOLLO - SOYUZ CREW - COMMEMORATIVE ENVELOPE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: LT. GENERAL THOMAS P. STAFFORD, MAJOR DONALD "DEKE" SLAYTON, VANCE BRAND - HFSID 28685
APOLLO-SOYUZ AMERICAN CREW: THOMAS P. STAFFORD, DONALD SLAYTON and VANCE BRAND Signatures from the American men involved in the first joint U.S.-U.S.S.R. space mission Commemorative Envelope signed: "D.K.
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APOLLO-SOYUZ AMERICAN CREW: THOMAS P. STAFFORD, DONALD SLAYTON and VANCE BRAND Signatures from the American men involved in the first joint U.S.-U.S.S.R. space mission Commemorative Envelope signed: "D.K. Slayton", "Tom Stafford" and "Vance Brand", 6½x3½. 10¢ Mariner 10-Venus/Mercury commemorative stamp affixed. Pictorially postmarked Kennedy Space Center, Florida, July 11, 1975, THE DAY APOLLO PASSED FINAL INSPECTION. Rubber stamped: "ASTP CDDT/LES Checkout". The three signers were aboard the Apollo in the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project (ASTP). THOMAS P. STAFFORD (b.1930) was the commander and DONALD SLAYTON (1924-1993) was the docking module pilot of Apollo 18. VANCE BRAND (b.1931) was the command module pilot of Apollo 18. On July 15, 1975, a two-man Soyuz spaceship was launched in the Soviet Union. Soyuz docked with Apollo on July 17th. The Apollo and Soyuz crews together conducted a variety of experiments over a two-day period. Both ships returned safely to Earth, Soyuz on July 21st, Apollo on July 24th. Light 5-inch horizontal postmark stain across cachet and blank center portion. Otherwise, fine condition.
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