LT. COLONEL DICK (FRANCIS R.) SCOBEE - SPECIAL COVER SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: EINAR ENEVOLDSON - HFSID 48191
DICK SCOBEE and EINAR ENEVOLDSON Dick Scobee and Einar Enevoldson sign a commemorative envelope. Commemorative Envelope signed: "Dick Scobee" and "Einar Enevoldson", 6½x3½. Airmail envelope bearing 13-cent Independence Hall/U.S.
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DICK SCOBEE and EINAR ENEVOLDSON
Dick Scobee and Einar Enevoldson sign a commemorative envelope.
Commemorative Envelope signed: "Dick Scobee" and "Einar Enevoldson", 6½x3½. Airmail envelope bearing 13-cent Independence Hall/U.S. flag stamp, postmarked Edwards, CA, February 10, 1977. Rubber stamped cachet: "F-111/NASA Flight Research Center/Edwards A.F.B., California", also noted: "Flight- #103/Crew-Einar Enevoldson/Maj. Dick Scobee/Altitude- 30,000 Ft./Airspeed- .92 Mach/Time- 1.3 Hours". This was a test flight for the F-111 which is pictured on the cachet. DICK SCOBEE (1939-1986) was the pilot of Challenger STS-41C (1984) and commander of Challenger STS-51L (1986). Scobee perished with his six colleagues on the ill-fated Challenger space shuttle that exploded 73 seconds after launch on January 28, 1986. EINAR ENEVOLDSON, a former NASA test pilot, is now part of the Perlan Team, working to break the altitude record for glider flight. The ultimate goal of this project is to pilot (with Steve Fossett) a sailplane to an altitude of 100,000, double the current record, riding the Polar Vortex. Fine condition.
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