Extremely rare Ground Support Equipment RCA-110A Launch Computer Core Memory Module, 8 x 10.25 x 5, bearing an affixed Radio Corporation of America parts tag reading, “Product Spec. NA 2273, Assy. No. 1608889-50, Ser. No. 4C,” with another below, “Logistic Serial No. 0005, Date Cleaned 6/13/69.” One side of the module has six serial-type ports labeled “J7” through “J12,” and an additional label provides instructions for appropriate connector mating. In fine condition. Core memory originating from the RCA-110A computer, which served as the ‘brains’ for Saturn system checkout during its time on the launch pad. This core memory originated from the Charlie Bell estate, it is believed to have been de-integrated from one of the RC-110A computers that supported most if not all Apollo launches.
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