Triangular-shaped cue card used during training for the Apollo 16 mission. Card measures 6.5 x 7, is dated August 1, 1972, at the top, and holds procedures for splashdown as well as several emergency procedures, including “CM Unstable,” and “Drogues Fail.” The table in the lower left corner has been filled out in pencil by one of the trainees, with several red ink notations and crossed out lines on the card as well. Card starts with the capsule at 90K, has a small box with additional instructions for a night landing, and finishes with a post-landing checklist and capsule stabilization with float bags. Reverse has several small swatches of Velcro affixed and is labeled in the upper right, “CMS7.” In fine condition, with expected light wear. RR Auction COA.
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