Apollo 9 Dress Rehearsal


This artwork commemorates the 50th Anniversary of Apollo IX, the third crewed-mission of the Apollo program.  Its mission was to maneuver the first flight between the Command and Service Module (CSM) and the Lunar Module (LM), and to prove that the LM was flightworthy.  The three-person crew consisted of Commander James McDivitt, Command Module Pilot David Scott, and Lunar Module Pilot Rusty Schweickart. The artwork depicts Rusty Schweickart’s first spacewalk from the LM, while David Scott peaks out through the CSM main hatch.

Limited edition of only 20. Signed by artist and numbered.


Tucsonians, Brig. Gen. James McDivitt and Michelle Rouch enjoying the festivities at the Apollo 9 50th Anniversary Celebration Gala.


Apollo 9 50th Anniversary was celebrated on March 13, 2019 at the San Diego Air & Space Museum, offering an evening to meet the crew, Brig. Gen. James McDivitt, Col. David Scott, and Capt. Rusty Schweickart, as well as Mission Controllers Gerry Griffin and Gene Kranz.  Also on stage is Mark Larson, Chairman of the San Diego Air & Space Museum and James Kidrick, Retired Navy Captain, Executive Director of the San Diego Air & Space Museum.  Photographer Credits: Mark Usciak.


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Print (15 x 30.75 in), Framed (20.5 x 26.5 in)


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