Borman & Lovell – Earthrise 8×10


The photo that changed the world! The first Earthrise above the Moon’s surface as seen by human eyes was a spiritual experience for the crew of Apollo 8, occurring on Christmas Eve, 1968. This is considered perhaps the most important photo of the 20th century.

Apollo 8’s mission commander (CDR) Frank Borman and command module pilot (CMP) Jim Lovell sign in silver.

COA included.

Framed with a 3″ embroidered mission patch.

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Photo Only (10×8 in), Frame C (15×16.5 in), Frame E (15×16.5 in), Frame F (14×12 in)


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