Jim Lovell – Apollo 8 Dawn 8×10


The first manned Saturn V moon rocket sits expectantly on the pad at Cape Kennedy in the colorful dawn hours of December 21, 1968, as NASA prepares to send men to the Moon for the first time in history. Although the lunar module is not ready yet, the Apollo 8 crew succeeds in beating the Soviet Union to the Moon. Command module pilot (CMP) Jim Lovell signs in silver.

COA included.

Framed with a 3″ embroidered mission patch.

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Photo Only (8×10 in), Frame C (13.5×18.5 in), Frame E (13.5×18.5 in), Frame F (12×14 in)


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