Flown Hasselblad DE-32 Data Module which was attached to the top of the Hasselblad 70mm film Data Recording Magazine as part of the Hasselblad 553 ELS Space Camera, carried on 11 Space Shuttle missions, measuring 3.5″ x 2.75″ x .75″, labeled: "Data Module Assy., SEF33101018-322, S/N 1050." Attractively mounted inside an 18″ x 19.25″ shadowbox along with the JSC parts removal tag, a photo, an STS-61 mission patch, and pins from each mission it flew on. Also included is a NASA tracking manifest specific to this piece, logging all the missions it flew on and its return to Hasselblad for refurbishment. In very good to fine condition.
This Hasselblad Data Module flew on no less than 11 Space Shuttle flights, including: STS-49, 51, 55, 61 (Hubble Servicing Mission), 68, 88 (first Shuttle ISS Assembly flight), 90, 92, 96, 99, and 108. The Data Module Assembly prints 32 alphanumeric characters along the edge of each 70mm film frame at the time of exposure, indicating the date, time, film roll, frame number, and Shuttle mission number. A superb, regularly flown piece of Shuttle hardware.
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