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NASA Apollo 11 press release photograph collection
CONTAINS 10 PHOTOS, WITH 4 SIGNED BY BUZZ ALDRIN
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2,5003,500
LOT SOLD. 3,250 USD
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97
NASA Apollo 11 press release photograph collection
CONTAINS 10 PHOTOS, WITH 4 SIGNED BY BUZZ ALDRIN
Estimate
2,5003,500
LOT SOLD. 3,250 USD
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NASA Apollo 11 press release photograph collection
CONTAINS 10 PHOTOS, WITH 4 SIGNED BY BUZZ ALDRIN
All are 10 by 8 inches in black and white and each has printed NASA text on verso. Includes four images of EVA (moonwalk) training and Neil Armstrong using lunar contingency soil sample collection device.

1. The Apollo 11 crew poses in casual attire with their Apollo 11 Saturn V rocket in the background. SIGNED by BUZZ ALDRIN.
2. The space suited Apollo 11 crew stands in the “White Room” after exiting the Apollo 11 Command Module during a Countdown Demonstration Test (CDDT). INSCRIBED and SIGNED: “CDDT/White Room, BUZZ ALDRIN.”
3. The space suited Apollo 11 crew seated inside the crew transfer van returning from the Saturn V launch pad after the Countdown Demonstration Test (CDDT). INSCRIBED and SIGNED: “CDDT, July 3, 1969, BUZZ ALDRIN.”
4. Close-up the massive Saturn V first stage F-1 rocket engines as they roar past a camera mounted on the launch gantry during the Apollo 11 launch on July 16, 1969. SIGNED and INSCRIBED: “BUZZ ALDRIN, Apollo XI.”
5. Neil Armstrong practices with the lunar contingency soil sample collection device during EVA (moonwalk) training exercises at the Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC) in Houston, TX.
6. Armstrong practices deployment of the lunar surface television camera during EVA training exercises at MSC.
7. Armstrong and Aldrin practice removing lunar surface equipment from the LM descent stage during EVA exercises at MSC.
8. Armstrong and Aldrin practice collection of bulk lunar samples using the lunar tongs and collection bags during EVA exercises at MSC.
9. Armstrong and Aldrin during a geologic field exercise in west Texas, training with a lunar scoop, tongs, collection bags, and a Hasselblad camera.
10. Close-up view of Neil Armstrong having breakfast on the launch morning of Apollo 11, July 16, 1969.

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