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SPACE SHUTTLE COLUMBIA - STS - 55 CREW - COMMEMORATIVE ENVELOPE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: COLONEL JERRY L. ROSS, COLONEL TERENCE "TOM" HENRICKS, COLONEL STEVE NAGEL, ULRICH WALTER, BERNARD A. HARRIS JR., COLONEL CHARLES PRECOURT, HANS SCHLEGEL - HFSID 296174

SPACE SHUTTLE COLUMBIA: STS-55 MISSION Commemorative Envelope signed by all seven crew members: Nagel, Henricks, Ross, Precourt, Harris, Walter and Schlegel Commemorative Envelope signed: "Hans Schlegel", "Steve Nagel", "Ulrich Walter", "Tom Henricks", "Jerry L.

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SPACE SHUTTLE COLUMBIA: STS-55 MISSION
Commemorative Envelope signed by all seven crew members: Nagel, Henricks, Ross, Precourt, Harris, Walter and Schlegel
Commemorative Envelope signed: "Hans Schlegel", "Steve Nagel", "Ulrich Walter", "Tom Henricks", "Jerry L. Ross", "Bernard Harris", "Charles Precourt", 6½x3½. Envelope postmarked Edwards Air Force Base, California, May 6, 1993. Space shuttle mission STS-55, the 55th orbital flight and the fourteenth flight of Columbia, was launched from Kennedy Space Center on April 26, 1993 and returned to Edwards Air Force Base on May 6. This flight was a multinational Spacelab flight involving 88 experiments from eleven different nations, with projects ranging from biological experiments to earth observations. The crew was composed of Commander STEVEN R. NAGEL; Pilot TERENCE T. HENRICKS; Mission Specialists JERRY L. ROSS, CHARLES J. PRECOURT and BERNARD A. HARRIS, JR; and Payload Specialists ULRICH WALTER and HANS SCHLEGEL. The mission was also called the D-2 (Deutschland-2) missions, because this Spacelab and the (two Payload Specialists) were German. Fine condition.

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