The Eagle's Last Flight is described as the flight the Eagle module took back to its crashing end on the Lunar's surface after delivering Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin back to the Command Module Columbia, piloted by Mike Collins approximately 16 hours after the famous words to Houston..."The Eagle has landed".
That departure, prior to its "Last Flight" is illustrated by artist Dan Witkoff in the lithograph shown below.
This Litho, Litho No. 57 of a total 1969 printed lithos commemorates The Eagle's Last Flight, when it delivered Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin from the lunar surface to the lunar orbiting Command Module and Piloted by Mike Collins prior to its (the Eagle's) final descent back to the lunar surface.
Image size is 22” x 28” overall size 26” x 32”
The signing of the lithograph by astronauts Buzz Aldrin and  Mike Collins and authenticated by
Julian Scheer, Assistant Administrator
of NASA public affairs.
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Buzz Aldrin
Pilot Lunar Module
(Signing Lithos)
Mike Collins
Pilot of Command Module
(Signing Lithos)
Julian Scheer, Assistant Administrator of
NASA public affairs