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"Columbia" on Launch Pad - Joe Engle

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 Product Description

Dimensions: 18" x 16.5"
Signature: Joe H. Engle

Plane Type: NASA Space Shuttle "Columbia"

After being previously scrubbed twice the launch on Nov. 12, 1981,was the second of the new "reusable" Space Shuttle "Columbia", STS-2 with Crew Commander Joe H. Engle, and Pilot Richard H. Truly. The planned five-day mission was cut nearly three days due to failure of one of three fuel cells that produce electricity and drinking water, but 90 percent of mission objectives achieved, including first time remote manipulator system tests.

About our Framing:
This Aviation Collectible is exquisitely Custom Framed with double mattes and comes in either a ¾” or 1 ½” Matte Black Frame. We’ve opened up the matte on the bottom to showcase the authentic pencil signature of the pilot/s who flew this aircraft. All of our Aviation Collectibles come with a Certificate of Authenticity to ensure that the signatures are real and your purchase will be collectible for years to come. Signature: Joe Engle - Joe was the back-up commander for STS-1 the first orbital test flight of Space Shuttle Columbia (seen above). Together with pilot Richard Truly he flew as commander on the second flight of the Space Shuttle, STS-2. He was also mission commander on STS-51-I and logged over 225 hours in space. PLANE JUNKIE - Shuttle "Columbia" on Launch Pad (Space Shuttle "Columbia")

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