Rare NASA Kennedy Space Center APOLLO 13 Launching Special Viewing Pass #2283
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Rare NASA Kennedy Space Center APOLLO 13 Launching Special Viewing Pass #2283

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ARTIFACT: Rare NASA Kennedy Space Center APOLLO 13 Launching Special Viewing Pass #2283. Unnamed, but most likely presented to Cleveland Newspaper Reporter Joseph Sikosky as it came with his APOLLO Soyuz Pass (see link below). The front of the pass is a picture of golden stallions racing through space above the Earth's orbit with the sun and moon in the background, reading: "APOLLO XIII EX LUNA, SCIENTIA" and across the top of the pass it reads: "KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, NASA". The reverse of the pass reads: "The National Aeronautics and Space Administration cordially welcomes you to the launch of Apollo 13. (Signed) Kurt H. Debus, Director – Kennedy Space Center, NASA. This credential is issued to the bearer for his sole, exclusive, personal use, and is not transferable. After launch, it may be kept as a souvenir of the mission." The pass is #'d 2283.

VINTAGE: Circa April 1970

SIZE: Approximately 4" x 2 ½"

MATERIALS / CONSTRUCTION: Paper cardstock, ink, plastic pass protector, steel clip, and staple.

ATTACHMENT: Steel alligator style clip.

MARKINGS: No. 2283

ITEM NOTES: This is from a NASA collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. ebay VAJJX05 LBBEX12/14

CONDITION: 9 (Excellent—Near Mint): Pass shows hardly any wear, cardstock is in excellent condition with no rips or tears.

GUARANTEE: As with all my artifacts, this piece is guaranteed to be original, as described.