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Forum:Space Places
Topic:Neil Armstrong Operations and Checkout Building
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Ken Havekotte
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Originally posted by KSCartist:
This pen and ink drawing along with the Apollo 11 45th Anniversary patch became my contribution.
Tim, a remarkable talent you have and thanks for sharing with me earlier.

Hopefully the Armstrong pen and ink drawing along with your 45th Apollo 11 anniversary patch design will become a permanent fixture inside the lobby of the newly renamed Neil Armstrong Operations and Checkout building facility. A great tribute indeed to the "First Man," his family, and the first manned lunar landing mission.

328KFThat Armstrong painting is really cool in that it tells a story that probably not too many had known about beforehand. A great likeness of Pete, too. With Armstrong looking down (at an injured hand or finger?) it gives the impression that this painting was done from a photograph taken at the time.

Does anyone know if additional giclees might be offered for sale?

This had to be pretty humbling for a Navy man to run his ship aground

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