Flown double-sided extra-vehicular activity cue card, 3.5 x 9, flown to the moon on board Apollo 17. Card is labeled “CM EVA MALF” at the top, and was one of four cards used for reference during Ron Evans’s hour-long EVA during trans-Earth coast on December 17, 1972. The card bears two pieces of Velcro on each side and was affixed to the Command Module’s main display console during his EVA, where it was exposed to the vacuum of space when the cabin was depressurized and the hatch opened for the duration of Evans’s spacewalk. Reverse is signed in blue ink, “Flown to the Moon, Gene Cernan.” In fine condition. Originates from Cernan’s personal collection and is accompanied by his signed letter of provenance. An awe-inspiring artifact from man’s last trip to the moon. Pre-certified Steve Zarelli and RR Auction COA.
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