Early Morning View of Apollo 4 | Vintage NASA "Red Number" Photograph, 11/9/1967 For Sale
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Early Morning View of Apollo 4 | Vintage NASA "Red Number" Photograph, 11/9/1967:
Early Morning View of Apollo 4 | Vintage NASA "Red Number" Photograph, 11/9/1967
Vintage NASA"Red Number"S67-50531chromogenic color photograph, 10 by 8 inches. "A Kodak Paper" watermark running continuously throughout on theback along with the official NASA ReleaseStatement dated 9 November 1967.NASA image ID "NASA S67-50531" printed in upper right margin in red.
Early morning view of Pad A, Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center, showing Apollo 4 (Spacecraft Saturn V) unmanned, earth-orbital space mission ready for launch, with a full moon in the upper left part of the image. The 363-foot tall Apollo/Saturn V space vehicle waslaunchedat 7:00 AM (EST), November 9, 1967.
The mission would be the first to liftoff from the Florida spaceport, representing a major milestone in NASA's efforts to land humans on the Moon.
This photograph is in excellent condition and has been well kept. It is from the estate of a former Houston NASA employee. Please review the photos and message me with any questions.
Packed with care, insured forthe FULL value and shipped via USPS Priority Mail with signature required at delivery.