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Walter Wally Schirra "Flight To The Moon" 1969 LP Signed Autograph Apollo 11 NASA Astronaut

Schirra, Walter Wally Flight To The Moon 1969 LP Signed Autograph Apollo 11 NASA Astronaut
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Schirra, Walter Wally "Flight To The Moon" 1969 LP Signed Autograph Apollo 11 NASA Astronaut
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Schirra, Walter Wally Flight To The Moon 1969 LP Signed Autograph Apollo 11 NASA AstronautSchirra, Walter Wally Flight To The Moon 1969 LP Signed Autograph Apollo 11 NASA AstronautSchirra, Walter Wally Flight To The Moon 1969 LP Signed Autograph Apollo 11 NASA AstronautSchirra, Walter Wally Flight To The Moon 1969 LP Signed Autograph Apollo 11 NASA AstronautSchirra, Walter Wally Flight To The Moon 1969 LP Signed Autograph Apollo 11 NASA Astronaut
"Apollo 11 Flight To The Moon"(Bell 1100)-LP. Tracklist A1 Alan Shepard - America's First Manned Flight A2 John Glenn - Orbits The Earth A3 Scott Carpenter - Reentry Into Earth's Atmosphere A4 Ed White - Walks In Space A5 Gemini 6 & 7 - Rendez-vous Above The Earth A6 Apollo 8 - First Orbiting Of The Moon A7 Apollo 10 - Approaching The Lunar Surface B1 To The Moon B2 On The Lunar Surface B3 Return To Earth Schirra, Wally, (Walter Marty Schirra, Jr.), 1923–2007, the only American astronaut to fly in all of NASA's first three manned spaceflight programs, b. Hackensack, N.J., grad. U.S. Naval Academy (1945). His father was a World War I ace, his mother a barnstorming wing-walker, and he began flying at age 13. A Navy pilot, he flew 90 missions in the Korean War, and then became a test pilot. In 1959 he was selected to be one of the Mercury astronauts. Schirra piloted the third U.S. orbital flight on Oct. 3, 1962, circling the earth six times in Sigma 7. One of the developers of the Gemini program, he commanded the Gemini 6 spacecraft that maneuvered (Dec. 15, 1965) to within feet of Gemini 7 —the first close rendezvous of manned spacecraft. Schirra was also a key figure in the subsequent Apollo program, and commanded (Oct., 1968) Apollo 7, the first manned Apollo flight. After logging nearly 300 hours in space, he retired (1969) from the navy and worked in the private sector.The LP has been autographed on the front cover by Wally Schirra with a fountain pen in black................CONDITION OF VINYL,COVER AND AUTOGRAPH IS VG.