Bob Crippen Flown STS-41G Mission Crew Shirt

This  Flown STS-41G Mission Crew shirt belonged to Mission Commander Bob Crippen.  It was worn by him during his STS-41G mission aboard Space Shuttle Challenger.  This shirt is a 'medium' size collar, short sleeve shirt with the STS-41g crew mission patch and NASA logo patch sown on it.  It is in excellent condition.

STS-41G was the 13th flight of the Space Shuttle program.  STS-41G was notable for many firsts and records. It was the first mission focused almost entirely on studying the Earth through the use of a satellite, multiple instruments and cameras, as well as crew observations to accomplish these goals. The crew of STS-41G also set several firsts. The Commander, Robert L. Crippen, became the first astronaut to make a fourth flight aboard the Space Shuttle. He did so only 5½ months after returning from his previous mission, STS-41C, becoming the first American to make two trips into space in one calendar year and the first to fly back-to-back missions on the same orbiter.

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