First launch and first landing of a space shuttle
April 12, 1981 was the first time a space shuttle took off: Columbia. It was manned by two test pilots: John Young and Bob Crippen. This set consists of two vintage photos (from 1981) and a new edition of the magazine ‘Ruimtevaart’, that looks back on that first flight, with a story by Ed Hengeveld, who witnessed the event at the time. The photos are 20 x 25 cm, and are printed on Kodak paper. One photo shows the crew in the cockpit, the other photo was taken during the landing. The magazine has 48 pages and is of outstanding quality.
|Member since:||June 7, 2016|
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Le foto sono belle, ma speravo che fossero stampate su carta baritata.Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.As written: in the tekst: these pictures are from the archives of two planetaria: The Planetarium in Moscow and the Planetarium in Amsterdam. We send you exactly what we promised! Waiting for your reaction. Thank you.
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