SPACE SHUTTLE ATLANTIS - STS - 66 CREW - COMMEMORATIVE ENVELOPE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: JEAN-FRANCOIS CLERVOY, ELLEN OCHOA, JOSEPH TANNER, SCOTT PARAZYNSKI, COLONEL DONALD MCMONAGLE, COLONEL CURTIS L. BROWN JR - HFSID 296185
Sale Price $252.00
SPACE SHUTTLE ATLANTIS: STS-66 MISSION
Commemorative Envelope signed by all 6 crew members: McMonagle, Brown, Ochoa, Tanner, Clervoy and Parazynski
Commemorative Envelope signed: "Don McMonagle", "Curt Brown", "Ellen Ochoa", "Scott Parazynski", "Joe Tanner", "Jean-Francois Clervoy", 6½x3½. Envelope postmarked Kennedy Space Center, November 3, 1994 and Edwards Air Force Base, November 14, 1994. Space shuttle mission STS-67, conducted by Atlantis, launched from the Kennedy Space Center on November 3, 1994 and returned to Edwards Air Force Base on November 14. The primary payload was Spacelab ATLAS-03, which studied how the sun's energy affects the Earth's climate and made detailed measurements of the Northern Hemisphere's middle atmosphere, with special attention to changes in the ozone layer. Atlantis also deployed the CRISTA spectrometer telescope, a joint US-German project. The crew included Commander DONALD R. McMONAGLE; Pilot CURTIS L. BROWN, JR.; AND Mission Specialists JOSEPH R. TANNER, JEAN-FRANCOIS CLERVOY AND SCOTT E. PARAZYNSKI. All were NASA astronauts except for Clervoy of CNES, the French space agency. Fine condition.
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