Heroes of American space flight
ARMSTRONG, NEIL, et al. Postal Cover signed by Neil Armstrong, Alan Shepard and seven other giants of American space flight
Houston, Texas, 21 October 1969
Apollo 8 six-cent commemorative stamp, Manned Spaceflight Cover Society red ink stamp reading: “The first visit of the Russian Cosmonauts Georgiy Beregovoy (Soyuz 3) Konstantin Feoktisov (Voskhod 1) to the NASA Manned Spacecraft Center Houston, Texas, October 21-22, 1969.”
Signed by nine heroes of the American space program:
Neil Armstrong (first man to walk on the moon)
Alan Shepard (first American in space, preceded only by Yuri Gagarin)
Frank Borman (commander of Apollo 8, first mission to fly around the moon)
Tom Stafford (commander of Apollo 10)
Jim Lovell (commander of the ill-fated Apollo 13)
David Scott (commander of Apollo 15).
Gene Cernan (commander of Apollo 17 and “last man on the moon”)
Bruce McCandless II (Apollo and Space Shuttle pilot, first man to make an untethered spacewalk)
This is a remarkable confluence of autographs of the heroes of the American space program.