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John Lynch Phillips signed autograph auto Envelope / Cover NASA Astronaut



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This listing is for an item signed by the person indicated above. PLEASE NOTE: You will receive the EXACT autographed piece that is pictured in the scan. Satisfaction is 100%25 guaranteed. AAH Enterprises does NOT sell pre-prints, photocopies or facsimiles of any kind. Please do not hesitate to ask any questions using the ask seller tab above. All items come with a COA issued by AAH Enterprises. NASA EXPERIENCE: STS-100 was a 12-day mission to the ISS. During the mission, the crew successfully delivered and installed the Canadarm2 Robotic Arm. They also delivered experiments and supplies aboard the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello on its maiden flight. Phillips was the Ascent/Entry Flight engineer and was the intravehicular activity coordinator during two space walks. Expedition 11 was a six-month mission to the ISS. On April 15, 2005, Phillips, along with his fellow crew-members Sergei Krikalev, and Roberto Vittori launched to the ISS aboard Soyuz TMA-6. On June 14, 2005, Phillips became the first person ever to testify before congress from the ISS, or outer space in general. He gave testimony to the United States House of Representatives Science Space Subcommittee via a live video feed. The hearing was to evaluate the space station’s usefulness as an orbiting laboratory. On August 18, 2005, Phillips and Krikalev completed a five hour spacewalk to retrieve several experiments and install a video camera for the new docking procedure. Phillips and Krikalev, along with Space Flight Participant Gregory Olsen, returned to Earth aboard Soyuz TMA-6 on October 11, 2005. STS-119 was a 12 day mission to the ISS flown during March 2009. It delivered and assembled the fourth starboard Integrated Truss Segment (S6), and the fourth set of {solar lights} arrays and batteries to the station. The launch took place on March 15, 2009. Discovery successfully landed on March 28, 2009.

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