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As Apollo XIV astronauts, Alan Shepard and Edgar Mitchell, were winding up their second moonwalk, Al turned toward the television camera. “Houston,” he said, “you might recognize what I have in my right hand as the handle for the Contingency Return Sample. It just so happens to have a genuine six-iron attached to the end. In my left hand, I have two little white pellets that are familiar to millions of Americans.” Then he dropped one ball to the moon’s surface. Al faced the ball and started a modified backswing. The Apollo space suit made smooth arm and hand motion impossible, and Al just topped he ball. It rolled into a small crater a few yards away. Ed Mitchell observed, “Hey, you got more dirt than ball that time.” As the whole world watched on television, Al dropped the second ball. “Well, here we go again,” he said, and took his best swing. Dirt and dust flew, the ball disappeared, and Al exclaimed, “Miles and miles and miles!” – Alan Bean

Each print has been hand-countersigned by Apollo astronauts Alan Shepard, Edgar Mitchell and Stuart Roosa.

In Flight (Apollo 14)
by Alan Bean

Alan Bean - In Flight (Apollo 14)
This Piece has been Hand-Signed by Astronaut/Artist Alan Bean; and Countersigned by the crew of Apollo XIV: Alan B. Shephard, Jr., Stuart Allen Roosa, and Edgar Dean Mitchell.

  • Signed by: Astronaut/Artist Alan Bean, Alan Shepard, Edgar "Dean" Mitchell & Stuart Roosa
  • Paper Lithograph
  • Limited Edition
  • 850 S/N
  • 12 1/2 x 19
  • Price: $3450.00

As Apollo XIV astronauts, Alan Shepard and Edgar Mitchell, were winding up their second moonwalk, Al turned toward the television camera. “Houston,” he said, “you might recognize what I have in my right hand as the handle for the Contingency Return Sample. It just so happens to have a genuine six-iron attached to the end. In my left hand, I have two little white pellets that are familiar to millions of Americans.” Then he dropped one ball to the moon’s surface. Al faced the ball and started a modified backswing. The Apollo space suit made smooth arm and hand motion impossible, and Al just topped he ball. It rolled into a small crater a few yards away. Ed Mitchell observed, “Hey, you got more dirt than ball that time.” As the whole world watched on television, Al dropped the second ball. “Well, here we go again,” he said, and took his best swing. Dirt and dust flew, the ball disappeared, and Al exclaimed, “Miles and miles and miles!” – Alan Bean

Each print has been hand-countersigned by Apollo astronauts Alan Shepard, Edgar Mitchell and Stuart Roosa.


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