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SPACE SHUTTLE ATLANTIS - STS - 110 CREW - COMMEMORATIVE ENVELOPE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: COLONEL JERRY L. ROSS, ELLEN OCHOA, COLONEL MICHAEL J. BLOOMFIELD, CAPTAIN STEPHEN FRICK, STEVEN L. SMITH, CAPTAIN LEE MORIN, COLONEL REX WALHEIM - HFSID 296175

SPACE SHUTTLE ATLANTIS: STS-110 MISSION Commemorative Envelope signed by all seven crew members: Bloomfield, Frick, Ross, Smith, Ochoa, Morin and Walheim Commemorative Envelope signed: "Michael Bloomfield", "Steve Frick", "Jerry L. Ross", "Steve Smith", "Ellen Ochoa", "Lee Morin", "Rex Walheim", 6½x3½.

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SPACE SHUTTLE ATLANTIS: STS-110 MISSION
Commemorative Envelope signed by all seven crew members: Bloomfield, Frick, Ross, Smith, Ochoa, Morin and Walheim
Commemorative Envelope signed: "Michael Bloomfield", "Steve Frick", "Jerry L. Ross", "Steve Smith", "Ellen Ochoa", "Lee Morin", "Rex Walheim", 6½x3½. Envelope bears two Kennedy Space Center postmarks: April 8 and April 19, 2002. Space shuttle mission STS-110, the 109th flight of a space shuttle, was launched from Kennedy Space Center on April 8, 2202 and returned there on April 19. Atlantis traveled to the International Space Station, installing Truss segment S0, the backbone of the station, to the Destiny Laboratory Module. It also delivered the 1-ton Mobile Transporter to the ISS. The crew was composed of Commander MICHAEL BLOOMFIELD; Pilot STEPHEN FRICK; and Mission Specialists JERRY L. ROSS, STEVEN SMITH and ELLEN OCHOA, LEE MORIN and REX WALHEIM. On this flight, Jerry Ross became the first human to have traveled to space seven times. Fine condition.

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