Apollo 13 Lunar Module Flown Stowage Beta

Apollo 13 Lunar Module Flown Stowage Beta

This presentation contains a genuine segment of Apollo 13 Lunar Module "Aquarius" flown stowage assembly beta material and comes attached to a mission photograph of the Lunar Module.

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Archive Id AP13-LM-BCA


This artifact presentation contains a genuine piece of Apollo 13 Lunar Module "Aquarius" beta cloth material. The material was removed from the wall within the LM aft bulkhead to the right of the food stowage compartment by LMP Fred Haise prior to the spacecraft being jettisoned.

Product Information:

  • Segment of genuine Apollo 13 Lunar Module beta
  • Attached to an 8"x10" Apollo 13 mission photograph of the Lunar Module
  • Includes certificate of authenticity with holographic logo and company stamp
  • Comes sealed in a clear protective 8"x10" toploader

Authentication Information:

The Lunar Module flown material came from the collection of William (Bill) Looney, the Lunar Module Test Manager at Grumman during the Apollo Program. Bill worked at Northrop Grumman for 35 years, and was the Lunar Module spacecraft test manager at Kennedy Space Center for Apollos 10, 13, and 15, and supported Apollo 5 (the first LM to fly) and Apollo 11.

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