CAPTAIN ALAN L. BEAN - COMMEMORATIVE ENVELOPE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: COLONEL JACK LOUSMA, OWEN K. GARRIOTT - HFSID 166101
SKYLAB II Moonwalker and rookie astronauts spend record time in space station. Commemorative Envelope signed: "Alan L. Bean", "Jack Lousma" and "Owen Garriott", 6½x3½.
Sale Price $531.25
SKYLAB II Moonwalker and rookie astronauts spend record time in space station. Commemorative Envelope signed: "Alan L. Bean", "Jack Lousma" and "Owen Garriott", 6½x3½. Cachet notes the passing of Skylab over the United States on September 14, 1973. 8-cent U.S. flag stamp affixed, postmarked Cape Canaveral, Florida, September 14, 1973. The Skylab II mission, launched on July 28, 1973, splashed down on September 25, 1973, making 858 orbits in 1,427 hours, nine minutes and four seconds. The crew more than doubled the endurance record set by Skylab I just a month earlier. Aboard the Skylab space station (put into orbit May 14, 1973), the three astronauts conducted a number of experiments, including studying the webs of live spiders and testing the Astronaut Maneuvering Unit (AMU), which had first been carried into space aboard Gemini 9. Four years before this mission, ALAN BEAN(1932-2018) walked on the Moon. Fine condition.
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