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Straightening Our Stripes - Astronaut By Alan Bean

By Alan Bean

Straightening Our Stripes - Astronauts by Alan Bean

July 20, 1969 - The Sea of Tranquility. Neil Armstrong's first step may have been for all mankind but the Apollo program that put Neil and Buzz Aldrin on the moon was an American one. To many astronauts, the flag represented the best efforts of a nation that rose to and met President John F. Kennedy's challenge of landing a man on the moon.

Straightening our Stripes - Astronauts by Alan Bean was released in June of 1999 as a signed and numbered limited edition print with a 17-1/2 x 27 image size for sale priced at $___ unframed. Order yours today before they are gone. All artwork is professionally boxed and fully insured guaranteed to arrive in mint condition.

The artists is an astronaut, Captain Alan Bean was the lunar module pilot on Apollo 12, the fourth man to walk on the moon and commander of Skylab 2. I am fortunate enough to have seen sights no other artist ever has, Bean says. In this painting he an astronaut taking photos on the moon. Astronauts in art prints and paintings painted by Astronaut Alan Bean.

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