SPACE SHUTTLE CHALLENGER - STS - 41B CREW - COMMEMORATIVE ENVELOPE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: CAPTAIN ROBERT L. "HOOT" GIBSON, BRIGADIER GENERAL ROBERT L. "BOB" STEWART, CAPTAIN BRUCE MCCANDLESS II, RONALD E. McNAIR, VANCE BRAND - HFSID 52456
SPACE SHUTTLE CHALLENGER STS-11 CREW: ROBERT L. "BOB" STEWART, RONALD E. McNAIR, BRUCE McCANDLESS II, VANCE BRAND and ROBERT L. "HOOT" GIBSON
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SPACE SHUTTLE CHALLENGER STS-11 CREW: ROBERT L. "BOB" STEWART, RONALD E. McNAIR, BRUCE McCANDLESS II, VANCE BRAND and ROBERT L. "HOOT" GIBSON The crew signs this commemorative envelope honoring their space shuttle mission Commemorative Envelope signed: "Bruce McCandless II", "Ron McNair", "Vance Brand", "Robert L. Gibson" and "Bob Stewart" 6½x3½. Space launch cover pictorially postmarked Kennedy Space Center, Florida, February 3, 1984. The five-man crew of the first shuttle to land in Florida. The Feb. 3-11, 1984 mission included the first untethered space walk by Mission Specialist BRUCE McCANDLESS (1937-2017) and a docking with the Russian spacecraft Soyuz-T10 on Feb. 9. VANCE BRAND (b.1931) was the Commander and ROBERT L. "HOOT" GIBSON (b.1946) was the pilot. This was also the first space flight for mission specialists ROBERT L. "BOB" STEWART (b.1942) and RONALD E. McNAIR (1950-1986, born in Lake City, South Carolina). McNair's next assignment was aboard Challenger 51-L, which exploded 73 seconds after launch on January 28, 1986. Fine condition.
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