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Posted 01/08/2016   4:05 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add Bas S Warwick to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
he same PC with real signatures is worth a few thousand dollars.

Charles Conrad Jr., Commander
Alan L. Bean, Lunar Module Pilot
Richard F. Gordon Jr., Command Module Pilot

Mine has the printed signatures.

Shot taken on a mock moon surface, or possibly a tumble twist rug

Apollo XII - Houston Nov 19th 1969

1969
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STS-4 lifts off pad 39A. June 27 1982. Space Shuttle Columbia

This was the fourth NASA Space Shuttle mission, and also the fourth for Space Shuttle Columbia. The mission launched on 27 June 1982 and landed a week later on 4 July. STS-4 was the final test flight for the shuttle; it was thereafter officially declared to be operational. Columbia carried numerous scientific payloads during the mission, as well as military missile detection systems

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Nasa Postcard 173042. Smith Card Co
There is no title given on the rear of this card which leads me to believe the photo is of the ill fated Space Shuttle Challenger. Disaster struck on January 28, 1986 leading to the deaths of its seven crew members. Stamp is Columbia

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It would be tough to see the o-rings from this image, but you might compare the weather to that launch date.
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Ikey. When I put the Loupe on the PC its got a definite 'Challenger' look.
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Australia Maxicard 2007

First space walk 1969

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Here are some postcards from my collection that I more or less stumbled on. I don't collect these per se but, they come my way. Some of these images are photos only with plain backs that appear to have been part of a set from a postcard booklet (?)

Chimo

Bujutsu































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Bujutsu - amazing collection - thanks for scanning. They look quite early cards, and very interesting. Haven't seen any of those before

Like you I dont specifically collect, but they come my way in bulk lots, and I only have a small collection

Here's another maxi from Australia 2007

"That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind."

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Thanks Bas

I believe that mine are from the mid 1960s to early 70s (?)

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Rocket and missile display garden from 1966 in front of the Air Force Technical Applications Center, Patrick Air Force Base, Florida. These displays have since been moved to the Air Force Space & Missile Museum, at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.





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