Dave Scott – Salute 16×20


Apollo 15 commander Dave Scott snaps a smart Air Force salute at Hadley Base. After landings in flat, “safe” sites, Scott convinced controllers to OK the majestic Hadley Apennine region. This first “J” mission had the first lunar rover, extended-stay backpacks, multiple EVAs, and a heavily-schooled crew trained in lunar geology.

Comes with a COA.

Printed on Fuji Crystal Archive or Kodak Endura paper. The finest for color and longevity.

Framed with a 4″ patch for 16×20.

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Photo Only (20x16in), Frame C2 (27x27in), Frame F2 (27x27in)


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