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Author Name: NASA

Title: The Six Orbits of Sigma 7 Walter M. Schirra's Space Flight
October 3, 1962

Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition Good
Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Type: Gov.printing Edition:

1st Edition Size: 8" x 11"
Publisher: Washington DC Nasa 1962 Illustrator: Not Known

Very light edgeware on cover. unpaged 48 b/w photographs w/ map of MA-8
orbit track in middle of the book. Step by step photograhys of flight of
MA-8 including family to his return home.

and a similar Carpenter booklet....

... Are these in demand collectable's...?

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