Al Worden – Chutes 8×10


Apollo 15’s Command Module (CM) Endeavour parachuted into the Pacific Ocean, 330 miles north of Honolulu, Hawaii, on August 7, 1971. One of the three parachutes partially deflated at about 6,000 feet above the water, probably caused by leftover hydrazine fuel in the Reaction Control System (RCS) that was being purged prior to landing and burned through some of the risers. The CM landed only 2.8 mph faster than intended. Alfred M. Worden flew as command module pilot (CMP) with mission commander (CDR) David R. Scott and lunar module pilot (LMP) James B. Irwin on this fourth manned lunar landing mission. 

Available only in an 8×10.

Comes with a COA.

Printed on Fuji Crystal Archive paper, as are all our photos. The finest for color and longevity.

Framed with a 3″ patch.


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Photo Only, Frame C, Frame E, Frame F


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