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Apollo 13 Re-entry Burn Notes Sells For $84K, Needed Now More Than Ever

A keepsake from NASA’s nearly disastrous Apollo 13 moon mission of 1970 nabbed top spot in an auction Monday (March 25) of more than 300 artifacts from the early years of the U.S. space program. The space history artifacts — sold by Bonhams — included an engine burn note detailing how the crew can return to Earth annotated by astronaut Jim Lovell during the Apollo 13 mission that went for $84,100.

Apollo 13 re-entry burn notes helped redirect the trajectory of US space capsule for a safe landing. Notes to redirect  trajectory of course change for US economy needed now more than ever.

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