SPACE SHUTTLE COLUMBIA - STS - 62 CREW - COMMEMORATIVE ENVELOPE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: COLONEL JOHN H. CASPER, MARSHA IVINS, LT. COLONEL CHARLES D. "SAM" GEMAR, COMMANDER PIERRE J. THUOT, LT. COLONEL ANDREW M. ALLEN - HFSID 296209
Sale Price $288.00
SPACE SHUTTLE COLUMBIA: STS-62 MISSION
Commemorative Envelope signed by all 5 crew members: Casper, Allen, Thuot, Gemar and Ivins
Commemorative Envelope signed: "John H. Casper", "Andrew Allen", "Pierre Thuot", "Sam Gelman", "Marsha Ivins", 6½x3½. Envelope postmarked Kennedy Space Center, March 4, 1994 and March 18, 1994. Space shuttle mission STS-62, aboard Columbia, launched from the Kennedy Space Center on March 4, 1994 and returned to to the same site on March 18. The primary payloads were a microgravity experiment package and the OAST-2 engineering and technology package. The 2-week mission also featured biomedical experiments focusing on the effects of long duration spaceflights.The crew included Commander JOHN H. CASPER; Pilot ANDREW M. ALLEN; and Mission Specialists PIERRE J. THUOT, CHARLES D. "SAM" GEMAR, AND MARSHA S. IVINS. Every member of this crew was a spaceflight veteran.Fine condition.
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