CAPTAIN CHARLES "PETE" CONRAD JR. - AUTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: CAPTAIN ALAN L. BEAN, CAPTAIN RICHARD F. "DICK" GORDON JR. - HFSID 101196
Sale Price $1,020.00
APOLLO 12Man's second landing on the Moon crew sign a piece of paper. Signatures: "Charles Conrad, Jr.", "Alan L. Bean" and "Dick Gordon", 3¾x3¾ paper. Accompanied by a 4x4 color photo of the official NASA emblem for the Apollo XII mission inscribed: "To Stan/Thanks for all/your help/Good Luck" in Bean's hand. After CHARLES CONRAD and ALAN BEAN made the second lunar landing on November 18th, they located the unmanned Surveyor 3 probe, which had landed in a crater in April 1967. They had descended to the Moon's Ocean of Storms in the Intrepid lunar module, collecting 74.7 pounds of samples during their 31 hour and 31 minute stay. DICK GORDON orbited overhead in the Yankee Clipper command module. Conrad was killed July 8, 1999 in a motorcycle accident. STAN JACOBSEN was the Assistant Chief of the Publications Branch at NASA's Manned Space Center in Houston. His staff designed the space mission insignia. Fine condition. Two items.
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