TAYLOR WANG - COMMEMORATIVE ENVELOPE SIGNED - HFSID 46240
Sale Price $63.00
The scientist and astronaut signs envelope commemorating the Space Shuttle Columbia in blue ink
Commemorative envelope signed: "T. Wang" in blue ink. 6½x3¾ commemorative envelope celebrating the Space Ship Columbia, postmarked Mach 8, 1979 in Edwards, California. Taylor Wang (b. 1940), a China-born U.S. citizen, was a payload specialist on the STS-51 mission of Space Shuttle Challenger (April 29-May 6, 1985). Working at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at Cal Tech, he invented an acoustic levitation and manipulation chamber, which he then used to perform drop dynamics experiments in space. His shuttle mission was the first to make operational use of the orbital Spacelab, designed by the European Space Agency. Toned. Corners rounded. Light surface creases. Otherwise, fine condition.
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