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NASA Apollo 7 Official Crew Photograph
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Official NASA Photograph

Featuring the crew of Apollo 7

The prime crew of the first manned Apollo space mission from left to right are: Command Module pilot, Don F. Eisele, Commander, Walter M. Schirra Jr. and Lunar Module pilot, Walter Cunningham. The photograph was taken inside the White Room, which is attached to the crew access arm. From here astronauts ingress and egress the spacecraft. Commander Wally Schirra Jr. is seen inside the opening of the Command Module's main hatch.

This is a borderless 8 x 10 Photograph on Glossy Fuji/Kodak Paper.

The actual print is sharper and more detailed than the online image!

This is a superior quality photograph, suitable for autographing, matting or framing. 

Apollo 7 mission patch

Apollo 7 mission patch insignia


"The Walt, Wally and Donn Show..."

Crew
Walter Schirra Jr.
Commander

R. Walter Cunningham
Lunar Module Pilot

Donn F. Eisele
Command Module Pilot

Backup Crew
Thomas Stafford
Commander

Eugene Cernan
Lunar Module Pilot

John Young
Command Module Pilot

Payload
CSM-101

Prelaunch Milestones
3/28/68 - S-I ondock at Kennedy
3/28/68 - S-IB ondock at Kennedy
4/7/68 - S-IVB ondock at Kennedy
4/11/68 - S-IU ondock at Kennedy
5/11/68 - launch vehicle at pad
8/9/68 - spacecraft at pad
9/17/68 - Countdown Demonstration Test

Launch
Oct. 11, 1968; 11:02:45 a.m. EST
Launch Complex 34
Saturn-IB AS-205
First Block II CSM
First crewed CSM mission
First three-person American crew
First live TV downlink

Orbit
Altitude: 141.65 miles
Inclination: 31.608 degrees
Orbits: 163 revolutions
Duration: 10 days, 20 hours, nine minutes, three seconds
Distance: 4,546,918.3 miles

Landing
Oct. 22, 1968; 7:11:48 a.m. EDT
Atlantic Ocean
Recovery Ship: USS Essex