Armstrong & Aldrin’s Apollo 11 Lunar Module Book Could Fetch $7 Million

May 8, 2019

Category: Living

Our first adventure to the Moon is legendary, to say the least, and will go down in history as one of the greatest adventures of all time. Now, you can own the Apollo 11 Lunar Module Timeline Book that documents every step of Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong’s valiant journey.

Sitting between Commander Armstrong and lunar module pilot Aldrin during the historic landing on July 20, 1969, the notebook is a critical piece of history. Used to execute the goal of getting human beings to the Moon and back, this is one of the most important manuals of all time. The document contains information of the Eagle’s voyage from inspection, to its lunar descent, to its rendezvous with the Apollo 11 Command Module. It also includes annotations by the famous astronauts, which is the first writing by humans on the Moon. The book will be up for auction on July 18 at Christie’s in New York.

Purchase: $7 Million+

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