The joystick for the Apollo 13 “Falcon” Lunar Lander is up for auction this month.
Accompanied by a very detailed 2014 two-page letter of authenticity and explanation from Dave Scott which reads, in part: “I hereby certify that the Rotational Hand Controller (RHC) included with this letter was used to maneuver the Lunar Module ‘Falcon’ during the Apollo 15 descent and landing on the Moon; and after 3 days on the surface of the Moon, this RHC was used during lunar launch, ascent and rendezvous with the Command and Service Module, ‘Endeavor,’ in lunar orbit…
Bidding is set to start at $10,000. Don’t miss out!
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