Massive academic binder used by Skylab 4 Pilot Bill Pogue during his employment as an assistant professor in the United States Air Force Academy’s mathematics department in the early 1960s, consisting of numerous lesson plans, handouts, homework answer sheets, examinations, and other classroom related material, with the binder featuring extensive amounts of scientific notations written in Pogue's own hand, as well as in those of his students. The binder is organized by tabs, beginning with section "1-2" and ending with section "7-7," and covers lessons 29 through 49 for Math 102a, and lessons 1 through 78 for Math 102. Also includes Pogue’s Rendezvous/Proximity Operations Workbook, 204 pages, 9 x 11.5, dated May 30, 1979, signed on the title page in black felt tip, “Bill Pogue, Pilot, Skylab 4, 16 Nov ‘73-8 Feb ‘74” and “Jack Lousma, PLT, SL-3, CDR, STS-3.” The workbook is clasp bound within its original folder, which is signed on the front in black felt tip by Pogue, and bears a label annotated in black felt tip, “Prox OPS Workbook, May 30 ’79.” The open spine is also annotated in black felt tip and identifies the workbook. In overall very good to fine condition. These originate from the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation, a portion of the proceeds for the sale of these items will be donated to the ASF.
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