Buzz Aldrin, Gemini 12 with record EVA, Lunar Module Pilot of Apollo 11, the second man to set

foot on the Moon with the words 'Beautiful View', signed book, Autograph bought with COA,

Picture taken at Starmus V 2019, Buzz Aldrin receiving the Stephen Hawking Medal from Brian May (Queen)

Autograph Pete Conrad Autogramm
Charles ‚Pete’ Conrad (1930-1999), Pilot of Gemini 5 and Commander of Gemini 11, Commander of Apollo 12, 3rd Moonwalker, Commander of Skylab 2, Autograph bought with COA
Autograph Alan Bean Autogramm
Alan LaVern Bean (1932-2018), he was the Lunar Module Pilot on Apollo 12, 4th Moonwalker, Commander on the Skylab 3 Mission, Autograph on used Cheque bought with COA
Autograph Alan Shepard Autogramm
Alan Shepard (1923-1998), Part of the Mercury Seven, first US Astronaut in Space, Mission Mercury-Redstone 3 with Spaceship Freedom 7, Commander of Apollo 14, 5th and oldest Moonwalker, autographed Book bought with COA
Autograph Edgar Mitchell Autogramm
Edgar Mitchell (1930-2016), Lunar Module Pilote on Apollo 14, 6th Moonwalker, 2 Moonwalks, Autograph on a Letter bought with COA
autograph Dave Scott Autogramm
Dave Scott (1932), Commander on Apollo 15, 7th Moonwalker, first Crew that used a Lunar Rover, flew with Neil Armstrong on Gemini 8 and was Command Module Pilot on Apollo 9, other: Apollo 15 Al Worden and Jim Irwin, Apollo 10 Tom Stafford, bought with COA
Autograph Jim Irwin Autogramm
James Benson "Jim" Irwin (1930 – 1991) USA, Lunar Module Pilote of Apollo 15, 8th Moonwalker, spent more then 18 hours on the Moon during 3 EVA's, while Al Worden waited for them in the Command Module, Autograph bought COA

Charlie Duke (1935), Astronaut Apollo 16, 10th and youngest Moonwalker, signed Picture of Saturn V

taken at Kennedy Space Center with Dotty Duke his wife, Autograph and Picture at Starmus V in Zurich 28.6.2019

Autograph Eugene Cernan Autogramm
Eugene A. Cernan (1934-2017), Astronaut on Gemini 9, Apollo 10 (last Test for the Moon landing, circling the Moon) and Apollo 17 (Commander), 11th Moonwalker and last Man to leave the Moon, Autograph on Conference Nameplate, Autograph bought with COA/pic

Harrison 'Jack' Schmitt, 1935, Astronaut Apollo 17, 12th Moonwalker, only Geologist on the Moon,

3 EVA's, Autograph bought with COA, picture taken at Starmus V 2019 in Zurich

Autograph Michael Collins Autogramm
Michael Collins (1930), Pilot on Gemini 10 with 3rd american EVA, Command Module Pilot on Apollo 11 circled the Moon 30 Times, Autograph bought with COA
Autograph Jim Lovell Autogramm
Jim Lovell (1928), Gemini 7 (1965) and Gemini 12 (1966), Apollo 8 and Commander on the illfated Apollo 13 Mission, an Explosion on Board prevented them from landing on the Moon, Autograph by Mail

         Walt Cunningham (1932), Lunar Module Pilot of the first Apollo flight named Apollo 7, met at Starmus 2019 in Zürich, Pictures of Saturn V Boosters taken at Kennedy Space Center and of Walt at Starmus V in Zurich

Autograph Dick Gordon Autogramm
Richard F. 'Dick' Gordon (1929-2016), Pilot on Gemini 11 with 2 EVA, Command Modul Pilot on Apollo 12, Autograph bought with COA
Autograph Frank Borman Autogramm
Frank Borman 1928, NASA Astronaut, Command Pilot on Gemini 7, Commander on Apollo 8, Autograph bought with COA

Al Worden (1932-2020) Apollo 15 Command Module Pilot, Autograph in Person at Starmus V 2019 in Zurich, Pictures of Lunar Rover taken at Kennedy Space Center and of Al Worden at Starmus V taken myself

Autograph James McDivitt Autogramm
James McDivitt, 1929, Commander of Gemini 4 with Ed White, James Mc Divitt was Commander of Apollo 9, they tested the Lunar Module freeflying and made 2 Person EVA, Autograph bought with COA
Autograph Wally Schirra Autogramm
Walter 'Wally' M. Schirra (March 12, 1923 – May 3, 2007) USA, he flew 3 times as part of the Mercury-Atlas 8, Gemini 6 and Apollo 7 Programm and spent 12 days in Space, Autograph bought COA

Rusty Schweickart, (1932), trained Fighter Pilot, Lunar Module Pilot on Apollo 9: performed first Apollo EVA, flew the Apollo Lunar Modul together with James McDivitt 180 Kilometers away and back to the Mothership, Autograph bought with COA, Picture taken at Starmus V

Autograph Tom Stafford Autogramm
Tom Stafford (1930), trained Fighter Pilot, 4 Space Flights: Gemini 6, Gemini 9, Apollo 10 (first Flight to the Moon, last Test for Apollo 11), ASTP (Apollo docking with Sojuz 19), Autograph in Book, bought with COA, see Ikarus too
Autograph Vance Brand Autogramm
Vance D. Brand (1931), trained Jet Fighter Pilot and Civilan Test Pilot, backup Pilot of Apollo 15, 4 Space Flights: Pilot on ASTP (Apollo Sojuz Test Project) 1975, Commander of STS-5, STS-41B and STS-35, Autograph bought with COA
Autogtraph Deke Slayton Autogramm
Deke Slayton (1924-1993), chosen as part of the Mercury Seven, due to heart problems flight clearance was removed and he became Chief of the Astronaut Office, got clearence for his only Flight Apollo Sojuz Test Project 1975, Autograph bought with COA
Autograph Gordon Cooper Autogramm
Gordon Cooper (March 6, 1927 - October 2004) USA, flew with Mercury-Atlas 9 1963 22 around the World, 1965 with Gemini 5 190 hours in Space, Backup Commander for Apollo 10, Autograph bought
Autograph Scott Carpenter Autogramm
Scott Carpenter (May 1, 1925 – October 10, 2013), flew with Mercury Atlas 7 3 Times around the world and landed 400km away from USS Intrepid which rescued him, was involved in construction of the Apollo Lunar Modul, Autograph bought with COA
Autograph John Glenn Autogramm
John Glenn (July 1921- December 2016), flew 1962 with Mercury Atlas 6 3 Times around the World, with STS-95 he went back into Space 1998 as the oldest human beeing with the age of 77, Autograph bought with COA
Georg von Thiesenhausen Autograph Autogramm
Georg Heinrich Patrick Baron von Tiesenhausen (1914-2018) US German Engineer, worked with Wernher von Braun on V2, after the war at NASA on Redstone Rockets, 'Father of the Lunar Rover' for the Apollo mission, Autograph by Mail
Autogramm Gene Kranz Autograph
Eugene 'Gene' Kranz, NASA Flight Director during the Gemini and Apollo Programm, Flight Director for Apollo 11 and Apollo 13, he retired 1994 from NASA as Director Mission Operations, he sent the Foundation of Misson Command, Autograph by Mail
Autograph Gerry Griffin Autogramm
Gerry D. Griffin, NASA Flight director, Flight Controller during the Gemini Program, Flight Director on all Apollo flights, Key Role when bringing back Apollo 13 after the explosion on Board, awarded Presidental Medal of Freedom, met at Starmus V 2019, Picture taken at Kennedy Space Center
Autograph Don Mallick Autogramm
Donald Mallick, NASA Test Pilot, flew the YF-12 and XB-70A, was Chief Project Pilot for Apollo's Lunar Landing Research Vehicle (LLRV), heavily involved in developping the Piloting Procedures for the LLRV, Autograph by Mail