Restoration of an Apollo 11 program documentUN Space Treaty flown to the Moon aboard the Apollo 12 mission in November 1969


One of the few official NASA documents that were flown to the Moon on board of Apollo 12 mission and signed by Lunar Module Pilot Alan L. Bean. This document printed on extremely thin velum which was treated and sterilized by NASA prior to the mission launch. Alan L. Bean took a number of copies with him in his CM PPK, and this is one of them, signed in ball point by him and flight certified in his hand. Currently this particualr copy is a part of a Space Memorabilia collection.

The treaty is the all important "Agreement on the Rescue of Astronauts, the Return of Astronauts, and the Return of Objects Launched into Outer Space." This treaty was critical during the cold war period for nation's - particularly the USSR and the US -- to be able to retreive their space faring citizens and equipment should they accidentially land on foreign (as opposed to alien) soil. This treaty is still in effect today, making this treaty probably one of the few copies of an international treaty ever flown to the moon.

From the client:

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I am extremely pleased with the result, and I wanted to acknowledge my complete satisfaction with your service and the end product.
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