FLOWN APOLLO 11 FLIGHT PLAN SHEETA WELCOME REST.
Apollo 11 Flight Plan, pp 3-105/3-106, a single sheet printed recto and verso. NASA/MSC, July 1, 1969. 10½ by 8 inches. With a Typed Letter Signed by Aldrin. Matted and framed to 18 by 26 inches.
A flown flight plan sheet covering one of the rest periods set aside for the crew.
BUZZ ALDRIN'S letter reads in part: "Enclosed with this letter is a sheet numbered 3-105 and 3-106 from the Apollo 11 Flight Plan, Part No. SKB32100080-350, S/N 1001 ... This sheet is from the detailed timeline section and covers hours 142 through 146 of the mission.
Page 3-105 lists hours 6 and 7 of our first long sleep period after returning from the lunar surface... Neil Armstrong and I were very tired by this time, having made the first lunar landing, first moon walk, lifting off from the moon, and rendezvousing with Mike Collins, and making the long burn to start the return home to earth. We really did not get any sound sleep while on the lunar surface due to the short sleep periods scheduled and the elevated excitement level."
The sheet is INSCRIBED AND SIGNED "Carried to the Moon on Apollo XI, Buzz Aldrin."