Alan Shepard MR-3 & Apollo 14

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The Below Signatures Are REPRINTS NOT   HAND  SIGNED 

 

 

 

5.95

Alan Shepard  #1

With pre-printed signature not Autopen.

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Reprint

This high quality glossy photograph is commercially printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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Alan Shepard  #1A

With pre-printed signature not Autopen

10  x  8  Black & White Glossy Reprint

Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  M19

Printed from a wonderful original 1960 vintage photograph with Alan's pre-printed signature. Very nice on this well know portrait.

This high quality glossy photograph is commercially printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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Alan Shepard  #2

With pre-printed signature not Autopen

10  x  8  Black & White Glossy Reprint

Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  S-62-1151

A fantastic photograph, with Alan's portrait inserted in the upper left, of the Mercury Redstone-3 lift off. This is just how the original photographs looks .. I did not add Alan's portrait to it.

This high quality glossy photograph is commercially printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper.

 

 

 

 

 

5.99

Al Shepard

With pre-printed signature not Autopen

10  x  8   Colour Glossy Photograph

Photo Credit:  NASA

Astronaut Alan Shepard in his full pressure suit.

High gloss photograph chemically developed on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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Al Shepard  #2

With pre-printed signature not Autopen

10  x  8   Colour Glossy Photograph

Photo Credit:  NASA

Signature in blue ink.

Astronaut Alan Shepard in his full pressure suit.

High gloss photograph chemically developed on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper.

 

 

 

 

 

5.95

MR-3 Pilot Al Shepard Suiting Up

With pre-printed signature not Autopen.

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Reprint

Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  S-63-2078

25 March 1963

This fine photo was taken during Suiting Up Operations in Hangar S at the Cape when Al was backup pilot for the MA-9 mission.

This high quality glossy photograph is commercially printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper.

 

 

 

 

 

5.95

MR-3 Alan Shepard Pre-Flight Meeting

With pre-printed signature not Autopen

10  x  8  Black & White Glossy Reprint

Photo Credit:  NASA  No.   S-61-233

April 1961

Al seen during a MR-3 pre-flight meeting at MSC. The Mercury Communications Network map is seen behind Al. From the shape of the gentleman's head that Al is talking to, its my guess is that this is Chris Kraft, Assistant Chief Flight Operations Division NASA Manned Spacecraft Centre. Furthermore, Al has put on his best suit for the meeting, I would say that it was held at MSC in Houston which further supports my C. Kraft theory. Dress codes at the Cape were much more informal.

This could very well be the meeting where Al was informed he would be the first American in Space.

This high quality glossy photograph is commercially printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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MR-3 Al Talks With Flight Controllers

With pre-printed signature not Autopen

10  x  8  Black & White Glossy Reprint

Photo Credit:  USAF No.   LOD-61C-938

5 May 1961

Close up view of Alan Shepard inside the Freedom 7 Spacecraft (Mercury Capsule #7) as he communicates with flight controllers in the blockhouse at Pad 5 during the final moments of the countdown for the first U.S. manned space flight.

This high quality glossy photograph is commercially printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper.

 

 

 

 

 

5.95

MR-3 Lift Off With Al Shepard

With pre-printed signature not Autopen

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Reprint 

Photo Credit: USAF No.  LOD 61C-923

5 May 1961

Mercury-Redstone 3, the U.S. first manned space flight, is launched from Cape Canaveral on a suborbital mission. Astronaut Alan B. Shepard was the pilot of the Mercury spacecraft designated "Freedom 7". The spacecraft attained a maximum speed of 5,180 miles per hour, reached an altitude of 115.5 statute miles, and landed 302 statute miles down-rage from the Cape.

This high quality glossy photograph is commercially printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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Alan Shepard  #3

With pre-printed signature not Autopen

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Reprint

Photo Credit:  NASA  S-70-55389

This high quality glossy photograph is commercially printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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Alan Shepard  #4

With pre-printed signature not Autopen

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Reprint

A wonderful view of the late afternoon lift off of the Apollo 14 Saturn V.

This high quality glossy photograph is commercially printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper.

 

 

 

 

 

11.95

Alan Shepard  #5

With pre-printed signature not Autopen

12 x 12 Colour Glossy Reprint

Photo Credit: NASA  No.  AS14-66-9230

5 February 1971

Astronaut Alan B. Shepard Jr., Apollo 14 commander, shades his eyes from the sun during the Apollo 14 extravehicular activity on the Moon. This photograph was taken by Astronaut Edgar D. Mitchell, lunar module pilot, through the window of the Lunar Module.

This high quality glossy photograph is commercially printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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Alan Shepard #6

With pre-printed signature not Autopen

10 x 8 Colour Glossy Reprint

Photo Credit: NASA  No.  AS14-66-9232

5 February 1971

Astronaut Alan B. Shepard Jr., Apollo 14 commander, stands by the deployed U.S. flag on the lunar surface during the early moments of the first extravehicular activity (EVA-1) of the mission. Shadows of the Lunar Module, Astronaut Edgar D. Mitchell, lunar module pilot, and the erectabel S-band Antenna surround the scene of the third flag implanting to be performed on the lunar surface.

This high quality glossy photograph is commercially printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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MR-4 Lift Off

Alan Shepard & Gus Grissom

With pre-printed signature not Autopen

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Reprint

Photo Credit: NASA No.  KSC-61C-1431

21 July 1961

Mercury Redstone 4 lift off with Gus Grissom onboard with the signatures of both Redstone pilots.

This high quality glossy photograph is commercially printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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MR-4 Lift Off

Alan Shepard & Gus Grissom

With pre-printed signature not Autopen

10  x  12 Colour Glossy Reprint

Photo Credit: NASA No.  KSC-61C-1431

21 July 1961

Mercury Redstone 4 lift off with Gus Grissom onboard with the signatures of both Redstone pilots.

This high quality glossy photograph is commercially printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper.

 

 

 

 

 

5.95

Apollo 14 Lift Off

With pre-printed signature not Autopen

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Reprint

Photo Credit:  NASA  S-71-18398

31 January 1971

View of the launch of the 363-foot tall Apollo 14 (spacecraft 110/Lunar Module 8/Saturn 509) space vehicle from Pad A, Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Centre, Florida, at 4:03:02 p.m., January 31, 1971. This wonderful view is framed by moss-covered dead trees in the dark foreground.

This high quality glossy photograph is commercially printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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Apollo 14 Lift Off  #2

With pre-printed signature not Autopen

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Reprint

A wonderful view of the late afternoon lift off of the Apollo 14 Saturn V.

This high quality glossy photograph is commercially printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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Ed Mitchell WSS

With pre-printed signature not Autopen

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Reprint

Photo Credit:  No ID

31 January 1971

Astronaut Edgar D. Mitchell, Apollo 14 lunar module pilot suited up for the mission.

This high quality glossy photograph is commercially printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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Ed Mitchell WSS  #2

With pre-printed signature not Autopen

10  x  8  Black & White Glossy Reprint

Photo Credit:    NASA   71-H-166

31 January 1971

Astronaut Edgar D. Mitchell, Apollo 14 lunar module pilot suited up for the mission.

This high quality glossy photograph is commercially printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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Ed Mitchell Follows The Map

With pre-printed signature not Autopen

10  x  8  Black & White Glossy Reprint

Photo Credit: NASA  No.  AS14-64-9089

5 February 1971

Astronaut Edgar D. Mitchell, Apollo 14 lunar module pilot, moves across the lunar surface as he looks over a traverse map. Note the lunar dust that can be seen clinging to the boots and legs of his space suit.

This high quality glossy photograph is commercially printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper.

 

 

 

 

 

5.95

Ed Mitchell Follows The Map #2

With pre-printed signature not Autopen

10  x  8  Black & White Glossy Reprint

Photo Credit: NASA  No.  AS14-64-9089

5 February 1971

Astronaut Edgar D. Mitchell, Apollo 14 lunar module pilot, moves across the lunar surface as he looks over a traverse map. Note the lunar dust that can be seen clinging to the boots and legs of his space suit.

This high quality glossy photograph is commercially printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper.

 

 

 

 

 

5.95

Stuart A. Roosa

With pre-printed signature not Autopen

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Reprint

Photo Credit:  NASA No.  S-71-59427

1971

Colonel Roosa was one of the 19 astronauts selected by NASA in April 1966.

Roosa was a member of the astronaut support crew for the Apollo 9 flight and he completed his first space flight as command module pilot on Apollo 14, January 31 - February 9, 1971. He served as backup command pilot for the Apollo 16 and 17 missions, and was assigned to the space shuttle program until his retirement in 1976

In completing his first space flight, Roosa logged a total of 216 hours and 42 minutes in space.

High gloss photograph chemically developed on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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Apollo 14 CSM Seen From LM

With pre-printed signature not Autopen

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Reprint

Photo credit:  NASA  No.  AS14-66-9344

4 February 1971

The Apollo Command/Service Modules as seen against the black sky background from the Lunar Module by Al Shepard and Ed Mitchell while they were above the Moon just before their descent to the lunar surface.

This high quality glossy photograph is commercially printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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