SPACE SHUTTLE ENDEAVOUR - STS - 67 CREW - COMMEMORATIVE ENVELOPE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: TAMARA "TAMMY" JERNIGAN, STEVE OSWALD, LT. COLONEL WILLIAM G. "BILL" GREGORY, CAPTAIN WENDY LAWRENCE, RONALD A. PARISE, SAMUEL DURRANCE, JOHN GRUNSFELD - HFSID 296184
Sale Price $270.00
SPACE SHUTTLE ENDEAVOR: STS-67 MISSION
Commemorative Envelope signed by all 7 crew members: Oswald, Gregory, Jernigan, Lawrence, Grunsfeld, Parise and Durrance.
Commemorative Envelope signed: "Steve Oswald", "Bill Gregory", "Tammy Jernigan", "Wendy Lawrence", "John Grunsfeld", "Ron Parise", "Sam Durrance", 6½x3½. There is an eighth, unidentified signer, not a crew member. Envelope postmarked Kennedy Space Center, March 2 and March 18, 1995. Space shuttle mission STS-67, the longest spaceflight of Endeavor, launched from the Kennedy Space Center on March 2, 1995 and returned to the same site on March 18. This was the second dedicated Spacelab mission, conducting astronomical observations in the ultraviolet spectral range (which cannot be studied from the ground because the Earth's atmosphere absorbs most UV radiation). The crew included Commander STEPHEN OSWALD; Pilot WILLIAM GREGORY; Payload Commander TAMARA JERNIGAN; Mission Specialists JOHN GRUNSFELD and WENDY LAWRENCE; and Payload Specialists RONALD PARISE and SAMUEL DURRANCE. Fine condition.
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