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Created by Sally Ride, the first American woman ever to fly in space, To Space and Back is a child-friendly space tour on America's Space Shuttle. Sally aims to tell kids what it's really like to fly in space on a personal level, how astronauts live, sleep, eat and work in the weightless environment inside a Shuttle. And best of all, Sally has beautifully signed this book with a brief inscription on the front endpaper! This 5th printing copy is in very good + condition with a bright colorful dust ... morejacket and clean text filled with breathtaking photographs. I will add a new mylar cover to your dust jacket to keep it looking fantastic. Inv Bk 3. An especially nice gift for your young space adventurer!
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HistoryForSaletm Autographs & ManuscriptsMake an Offer Today and Get a Quick Response!Take a Look at This Week's Specials! SALLY K. RIDE - FIRST DAY COVER SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: CAPTAIN NORMAN E. THAGARD, CAPTAIN ROBERT "BOB" CRIPPEN, COLONEL JOHN M. FABIAN, CAPTAIN FREDERICK "RICK" HAUCK - HFSID 172159 ASTRONAUTS: SPACE SHUTTLE CHALLENGER The astronauts of the space shuttle Challenger sign a philatelic envelope honoring the flight of the Challenger. Philatelic envelope signed: "Sally K. Ride," "Bob ... moreCrippen," "Norm Thagard," "John Fabian," and "Rick Hauck," 6½x3½, honoring the flight of the Challenger (June 18-24, 1983) with the first American woman in space, Sally K. Ride (1951-2012). The two Apollo/Soyuz ten-cent stamps are affixed, postmarked Moffett Field, California, June 18, 1983. The 2¾" circular flight emblem, in color, is affixed to verso. Fine condition. See more material from these signers: SALLY K. RIDE CAPTAIN FREDERICK HAUCK COLONEL JOHN M. FABIAN CAPTAIN ROBERT CRIPPEN CAPTAIN NORMAN E. THAGARD See more listings in our AVIATION & SPACE (1,653) category. Please note that this is an authentically signed item. We do not sell autograph copies or signature reprints. click main eBay images to see larger versionsImages shown may contain our company watermark. The actual document does not contain this watermark Certificate of AuthenticityThis item has been authenticated and is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity issued by our parent company, Gallery of History, Inc. We financially stand behind our COA. Our commitment to authenticity and customer satisfaction are the reasons why we've been able to stay in business for so long (since 1981)! Ask us about our PSA/DNA and JSA authentication guarantee. Make an Offer Today and Get a Quick Response! Visit our eBay Store today to see over 35,000 Rare Autographs and Manuscripts!Our Third & Best Handbook - The One You Want On Historical Documents!Enhance your collecting experience. Add this definitive guide to historical documents to your autograph purchase. For the experienced and novice collector and for those who just love learning history this beautiful 253-page hardcover volume is for you! For more information visit our eBay Store and select the Autograph Handbook category or click here. Take a look at over 35,000 other listings in these categories:Actors & Actresses | Art & Architecture | Authors | Aviation & Space | Business & Finance | Explorers & Western Americana | Foriegn Leaders | Law & Order | Military | Music & Performers | Presidential | Religion & Humanitarians | Royalty | Science & Medicine | Sports | Supreme Court | U.S. Politicians and This Week's Specials Gallery of History is the world's largest dealer of authentic autographs and manuscripts. Our inventory contains documents in all areas of interest including presidents, royalty, military, aviation, religion, business, science, celebrities, sports, music, authors and more. Whether looking to add to your collection, acquire a unique centerpiece for the home or office, or as a truly one-of-a-kind gift for someone special, you'll find it here at HistoryForSale. Contact us today and let us assist you in finding that perfect piece. The Gallery of History, founded in 1981, is a long-standing UACC Registered Dealer, #RD110, and is a long-standing member of the Manuscript Society.HistoryForSaletm: Gallery of History through HistoryForSale provides eBay users the ability to bid on and purchase from an inventory which has been collected over an amazing 48-year period. The Gallery of History is the largest dealer in the world with an available inventory that exceeds 200,000 rare autographs and manuscripts.Preserving historical documents is important to us. Your purchase comes to you appropriately protected. Our unframed items are sent to you either in acid-free Mylar® sleeves or have been encapsulated in acid-free Mylar. Our framed items are encapsulated in Mylar to guard against organic acids, mounted in an acid-free enviroment and are framed behind UF3-AR Plexiglas which blocks out approximately 94% of the ultraviolet light.Return Policy: If any substantial defect not described in the item listing is found by the purchaser, the item(s) must be returned within 3 days of receipt. Item(s) may not be returned except for reasons of authenticity or substantial defect in description. We warrant to the original purchaser for a period of ten (10) years from the date of the sale the authenticity of any autograph offered by HistoryForSale. This warranty is limited to a refund of the purchase price upon the return of the merchandise to our parent company Gallery of History in satisfactory condition. Gallery of History is not liable for any other damages, including consequential damages. There are no other warranties of any nature either expressed or implied, including but not limited to the warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Please contact us for an authorization before returning any item(s). A merchandise credit will be issued in the case of an unresolved dispute over the condition of a returned item.Authenticity: This item has been authenticated and is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity issued by our parent company, Gallery of History, Inc. We financially stand behind our COA. Our commitment to authenticity and customer satisfaction are the reasons why we've been able to stay in business for so long (since 1981)! Ask us about our PSA/DNA and JSA authentication guarantee.Payment - Buyers will be sent payment instructions following their purchase. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express & PayPal. 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1994 oversized hardcover "The Greatest Adventure," ed. Edward Gibson, Autographed Edition, limited edition bookplate 982/2000 signed by 6 NASA Astronauts: Scott Carpenter, Thomas Stafford, Edward Gibson, Charles Conrad, Alan Bean and Sally Ride. Light wear on dustjacket edge. Shipping is $12.50 for USA, $50.00 for international. We combine shipping - there is no additional charge for multiple purchases in one order. New York residents to pay sales tax. The buyer is responsible for any and all duties, ... moretaxes, fees and other import charges incurred for items shipped outside the USA.(68903) We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover credit cards through eBay checkout. Payment must be received within 10 days of purchase. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED! We guarantee the authenticity of all items we sell for life. PLEASE SEE OUR OTHER LISTINGS!**OUR BUSINESS CONTINUES TO GROW THROUGH THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF OUR CUSTOMERS. YOUR REFERRALS ARE GREATLY APPRECIATED!**
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HistoryForSaletm Autographs & ManuscriptsMake an Offer Today and Get a Quick Response!Take a Look at This Week's Specials! SALLY K. RIDE - COMMEMORATIVE ENVELOPE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: MAJOR GENERAL VALERI BYKOVSKY, MAJOR GENERAL VALENTINA TERESHKOVA - HFSID 80665 SALLY K. RIDE, VALENTINA TERESHKOVA and VALERY BYKOVSKY The first two Russian women and the first American woman in space sign this commemorative envelope honoring the Vostok 5 and Vostok 6 flights Commemorative Envelope signed: "V. Tereshkova", ... more"Sally K. Ride" and "Bykovsky" (twice), 6x3. Commemorative envelope honoring the Vostok 5 and Vostok 6 missions. Three Soviet stamps have been affixed. Postmarked Moscow, June 22, 1963. The Vostok 5 and Vostok 6 flights of VALERY BYKOVSKY (b.1934) and VALENTINA TERESHKOVA (b.1937) occurred on June 14-19, 1963 and June 16-19, 1963 respectively. Vostok 6 passed within three miles of Vostok 5. Tereshkova was the first woman in space. Exactly 20 years later, on the June 18-24, 1983 Challenger Space Shuttle flight, SALLY K. RIDE (1951-2012) became the first American woman in space. Fine condition. See more material from these signers: SALLY K. RIDE MAJOR GENERAL VALENTINA TERESHKOVA MAJOR GENERAL VALERI BYKOVSKY See more listings in our AVIATION & SPACE (1,653) category. Please note that this is an authentically signed item. We do not sell autograph copies or signature reprints. click main eBay images to see larger versionsImages shown may contain our company watermark. The actual document does not contain this watermark Certificate of AuthenticityThis item has been authenticated and is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity issued by our parent company, Gallery of History, Inc. We financially stand behind our COA. Our commitment to authenticity and customer satisfaction are the reasons why we've been able to stay in business for so long (since 1981)! Ask us about our PSA/DNA and JSA authentication guarantee. Make an Offer Today and Get a Quick Response! Visit our eBay Store today to see over 35,000 Rare Autographs and Manuscripts!Our Third & Best Handbook - The One You Want On Historical Documents!Enhance your collecting experience. Add this definitive guide to historical documents to your autograph purchase. For the experienced and novice collector and for those who just love learning history this beautiful 253-page hardcover volume is for you! For more information visit our eBay Store and select the Autograph Handbook category or click here. Take a look at over 35,000 other listings in these categories:Actors & Actresses | Art & Architecture | Authors | Aviation & Space | Business & Finance | Explorers & Western Americana | Foriegn Leaders | Law & Order | Military | Music & Performers | Presidential | Religion & Humanitarians | Royalty | Science & Medicine | Sports | Supreme Court | U.S. Politicians and This Week's Specials Gallery of History is the world's largest dealer of authentic autographs and manuscripts. Our inventory contains documents in all areas of interest including presidents, royalty, military, aviation, religion, business, science, celebrities, sports, music, authors and more. Whether looking to add to your collection, acquire a unique centerpiece for the home or office, or as a truly one-of-a-kind gift for someone special, you'll find it here at HistoryForSale. Contact us today and let us assist you in finding that perfect piece. The Gallery of History, founded in 1981, is a long-standing UACC Registered Dealer, #RD110, and is a long-standing member of the Manuscript Society.HistoryForSaletm: Gallery of History through HistoryForSale provides eBay users the ability to bid on and purchase from an inventory which has been collected over an amazing 48-year period. The Gallery of History is the largest dealer in the world with an available inventory that exceeds 200,000 rare autographs and manuscripts.Preserving historical documents is important to us. Your purchase comes to you appropriately protected. Our unframed items are sent to you either in acid-free Mylar® sleeves or have been encapsulated in acid-free Mylar. Our framed items are encapsulated in Mylar to guard against organic acids, mounted in an acid-free enviroment and are framed behind UF3-AR Plexiglas which blocks out approximately 94% of the ultraviolet light.Return Policy: If any substantial defect not described in the item listing is found by the purchaser, the item(s) must be returned within 3 days of receipt. Item(s) may not be returned except for reasons of authenticity or substantial defect in description. We warrant to the original purchaser for a period of ten (10) years from the date of the sale the authenticity of any autograph offered by HistoryForSale. This warranty is limited to a refund of the purchase price upon the return of the merchandise to our parent company Gallery of History in satisfactory condition. Gallery of History is not liable for any other damages, including consequential damages. 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You are viewing a print of THE SPACE SHUTTLE ORBITER returning Home from the STS-41G Mission in 1984. The first crew of SEVEN included but not limited to Robert Crippen, Sally Ride and JON MCBRIDE who autographed this print to NORM! Jon McBride became an astronaut in August 1979 and in addition to STS-41-G Mission he was scheduled to command STS-61E on March 6th, 1986, however it was cancelled after the Challenger Disaster. Please review both sides closely and don't hesitate to ask any questions. ... moreIf you are a NASA junkie, Several patches will be available soon, all from 1980's. Thanks for Looking and Please Check out my other items!
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Mary Cleave and Lt. Col. Roy D. Bridges, Jr., both of CapCom, signed STS-7 Challenger Launch Cover, postmarked HOUSTON, TX / JUNE 18, 1983, Johnson Space Center Stamp Club cachet, additional typed information pertaining to the flight, fresh & VF. STS-7 was NASA's seventh Space Shuttle mission, and the second mission for the Space Shuttle Challenger. During the mission, Challenger deployed several satellites into orbit. The shuttle launched from Kennedy Space Center on June 18, 1983, and landed at ... moreEdwards Air Force Base on June 24. STS-7 was notable for carrying Sally Ride, America's first female astronaut. STS-7 began on June 18, 1983, with an on-time liftoff at 7:33 am EDT. It was the first spaceflight of an American woman (Sally K. Ride), the largest crew to fly in a single spacecraft up to that time (five people), and the first flight that included members of NASA's Group 8 astronaut class, which had been selected in 1978 to fly the Space Shuttle. The crew of STS-7 included Robert L. Crippen, commander, making his second Shuttle flight; Frederick H. Hauck, pilot; and Ride, John M. Fabian and Norman Thagard, all mission specialists. Thagard conducted medical tests concerning Space Adaptation Syndrome, a bout of nausea frequently experienced by astronauts during the early phase of a space flight. Two communications satellites – Anik C2 for Telesat of Canada, and Palapa B1 for Indonesia – were successfully deployed during the first two days of the mission. The mission also carried the first Shuttle Pallet Satellite, SPAS-1, which was built by the West German aerospace firm Messerschmitt-Bolkow-Blohm. SPAS-1 was unique in that it was designed to operate in the payload bay or be deployed by the RMS as a free-flying satellite. It carried 10 experiments to study formation of metal alloys in microgravity, the operation of heat pipes, instruments for remote sensing observations, and a mass spectrometer to identify various gases in the payload bay. It was deployed by the RMS and flew alongside and over Challenger for several hours, performing various maneuvers, while a U.S.-supplied camera mounted on SPAS-1 took pictures of the orbiter. The RMS later grappled the pallet and returned it to the payload bay. STS-7 also carried seven GAS canisters, which contained a wide variety of experiments, as well as the OSTA-2 payload, a joint U.S.-West German scientific pallet payload. Finally, the orbiter's K-band antenna was able to relay data through the Tracking and Data Relay Satellite to a ground terminal for the first time. STS-7 was scheduled to make the first Shuttle landing at Kennedy Space Center's then-new Shuttle Landing Facility. However, unacceptable weather forced a change to Runway 15 at Edwards AFB. The landing took place on June 24, 1983, at 6:57 am PDT. The mission lasted 6 days, 2 hours, 23 minutes, and 59 seconds, and covered about 2.2 million miles during 97 orbits of the Earth. Challenger was returned to KSC on June 29. Powered by eBay Turbo Lister The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items. View more great items
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HistoryForSaletm Autographs & ManuscriptsMake an Offer Today and Get a Quick Response!Take a Look at This Week's Specials! CAPTAIN ROBERT "BOB" CRIPPEN - PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: CAPTAIN DAVID C. LEESTMA, SALLY K. RIDE, CAPTAIN JON A. McBRIDE, CAPTAIN KATHRYN D. SULLIVAN - HFSID 131704 CHALLENGER 41G. Photograph signed: "Sally K. Ride", "Kathryn D. Sullivan", "Bob Crippen", "Jon McBride" and "Dave Leestma". Color, 10x8 overall, image 9¼x7 (one surface). Official NASA photograph, captioned ... moreat upper margin and on verso. These five astronauts were joined on the October 5-13, 1984 flight by Payload Specialists Marc Garneau of Canada and Paul Scully-Power (pictured but not signed by) to make Challenger 41-G the first seven-person crew (and the first with two women). CRIPPEN was commander, McBRIDE was pilot, RIDE, SULLIVAN and LEESTMA were mission specialists. This was Ride's first return to space after becoming the first American woman in space on June 18, 1983 also aboard Challenger. Fine condition. See more material from these signers: CAPTAIN ROBERT CRIPPEN CAPTAIN KATHRYN D. SULLIVAN CAPTAIN JON A. McBRIDE SALLY K. RIDE CAPTAIN DAVID C. LEESTMA See more listings in our AVIATION & SPACE (1,653) category. Please note that this is an authentically signed item. We do not sell autograph copies or signature reprints. click main eBay images to see larger versionsImages shown may contain our company watermark. The actual document does not contain this watermark Certificate of AuthenticityThis item has been authenticated and is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity issued by our parent company, Gallery of History, Inc. We financially stand behind our COA. Our commitment to authenticity and customer satisfaction are the reasons why we've been able to stay in business for so long (since 1981)! Ask us about our PSA/DNA and JSA authentication guarantee. Make an Offer Today and Get a Quick Response! Visit our eBay Store today to see over 35,000 Rare Autographs and Manuscripts!Our Third & Best Handbook - The One You Want On Historical Documents!Enhance your collecting experience. Add this definitive guide to historical documents to your autograph purchase. For the experienced and novice collector and for those who just love learning history this beautiful 253-page hardcover volume is for you! For more information visit our eBay Store and select the Autograph Handbook category or click here. Take a look at over 35,000 other listings in these categories:Actors & Actresses | Art & Architecture | Authors | Aviation & Space | Business & Finance | Explorers & Western Americana | Foriegn Leaders | Law & Order | Military | Music & Performers | Presidential | Religion & Humanitarians | Royalty | Science & Medicine | Sports | Supreme Court | U.S. Politicians and This Week's Specials Gallery of History is the world's largest dealer of authentic autographs and manuscripts. Our inventory contains documents in all areas of interest including presidents, royalty, military, aviation, religion, business, science, celebrities, sports, music, authors and more. Whether looking to add to your collection, acquire a unique centerpiece for the home or office, or as a truly one-of-a-kind gift for someone special, you'll find it here at HistoryForSale. Contact us today and let us assist you in finding that perfect piece. The Gallery of History, founded in 1981, is a long-standing UACC Registered Dealer, #RD110, and is a long-standing member of the Manuscript Society.HistoryForSaletm: Gallery of History through HistoryForSale provides eBay users the ability to bid on and purchase from an inventory which has been collected over an amazing 48-year period. The Gallery of History is the largest dealer in the world with an available inventory that exceeds 200,000 rare autographs and manuscripts.Preserving historical documents is important to us. Your purchase comes to you appropriately protected. Our unframed items are sent to you either in acid-free Mylar® sleeves or have been encapsulated in acid-free Mylar. Our framed items are encapsulated in Mylar to guard against organic acids, mounted in an acid-free enviroment and are framed behind UF3-AR Plexiglas which blocks out approximately 94% of the ultraviolet light.Return Policy: If any substantial defect not described in the item listing is found by the purchaser, the item(s) must be returned within 3 days of receipt. Item(s) may not be returned except for reasons of authenticity or substantial defect in description. We warrant to the original purchaser for a period of ten (10) years from the date of the sale the authenticity of any autograph offered by HistoryForSale. This warranty is limited to a refund of the purchase price upon the return of the merchandise to our parent company Gallery of History in satisfactory condition. Gallery of History is not liable for any other damages, including consequential damages. There are no other warranties of any nature either expressed or implied, including but not limited to the warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Please contact us for an authorization before returning any item(s). A merchandise credit will be issued in the case of an unresolved dispute over the condition of a returned item.Authenticity: This item has been authenticated and is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity issued by our parent company, Gallery of History, Inc. We financially stand behind our COA. Our commitment to authenticity and customer satisfaction are the reasons why we've been able to stay in business for so long (since 1981)! Ask us about our PSA/DNA and JSA authentication guarantee.Payment - Buyers will be sent payment instructions following their purchase. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express & PayPal. PayPal customers must have a confirmed address on file with PayPal. 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Guy Gardner, Mission Control and Jay Greene, both Flight Directors Johnson Space Center; plus Guy Gardner, Shuttle Mission Control for this flight, signed STS-7 Challenger Launch Cover, postmarked HOUSTON, TX / JUNE 18, 1983, additional typed information pertaining to the flight, fresh & VF. STS-7 was NASA's seventh Space Shuttle mission, and the second mission for the Space Shuttle Challenger. During the mission, Challenger deployed several satellites into orbit. The shuttle launched from Kennedy ... moreSpace Center on June 18, 1983, and landed at Edwards Air Force Base on June 24. STS-7 was notable for carrying Sally Ride, America's first female astronaut. STS-7 began on June 18, 1983, with an on-time liftoff at 7:33 am EDT. It was the first spaceflight of an American woman (Sally K. Ride), the largest crew to fly in a single spacecraft up to that time (five people), and the first flight that included members of NASA's Group 8 astronaut class, which had been selected in 1978 to fly the Space Shuttle. The crew of STS-7 included Robert L. Crippen, commander, making his second Shuttle flight; Frederick H. Hauck, pilot; and Ride, John M. Fabian and Norman Thagard, all mission specialists. Thagard conducted medical tests concerning Space Adaptation Syndrome, a bout of nausea frequently experienced by astronauts during the early phase of a space flight. Two communications satellites – Anik C2 for Telesat of Canada, and Palapa B1 for Indonesia – were successfully deployed during the first two days of the mission. The mission also carried the first Shuttle Pallet Satellite, SPAS-1, which was built by the West German aerospace firm Messerschmitt-Bolkow-Blohm. SPAS-1 was unique in that it was designed to operate in the payload bay or be deployed by the RMS as a free-flying satellite. It carried 10 experiments to study formation of metal alloys in microgravity, the operation of heat pipes, instruments for remote sensing observations, and a mass spectrometer to identify various gases in the payload bay. It was deployed by the RMS and flew alongside and over Challenger for several hours, performing various maneuvers, while a U.S.-supplied camera mounted on SPAS-1 took pictures of the orbiter. The RMS later grappled the pallet and returned it to the payload bay. STS-7 also carried seven GAS canisters, which contained a wide variety of experiments, as well as the OSTA-2 payload, a joint U.S.-West German scientific pallet payload. Finally, the orbiter's K-band antenna was able to relay data through the Tracking and Data Relay Satellite to a ground terminal for the first time. STS-7 was scheduled to make the first Shuttle landing at Kennedy Space Center's then-new Shuttle Landing Facility. However, unacceptable weather forced a change to Runway 15 at Edwards AFB. The landing took place on June 24, 1983, at 6:57 am PDT. The mission lasted 6 days, 2 hours, 23 minutes, and 59 seconds, and covered about 2.2 million miles during 97 orbits of the Earth. Challenger was returned to KSC on June 29. Powered by eBay Turbo Lister The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items. View more great items
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Charles Henschell, Test Director, signed STS-7 Challenger Launch Cover, postmarked KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL / JUNE 18, 1983, multicolor printed cachet with additional typed information pertaining to the flight, fresh & VF. STS-7 was NASA's seventh Space Shuttle mission, and the second mission for the Space Shuttle Challenger. During the mission, Challenger deployed several satellites into orbit. The shuttle launched from Kennedy Space Center on June 18, 1983, and landed at Edwards Air Force Base ... moreon June 24. STS-7 was notable for carrying Sally Ride, America's first female astronaut. STS-7 began on June 18, 1983, with an on-time liftoff at 7:33 am EDT. It was the first spaceflight of an American woman (Sally K. Ride), the largest crew to fly in a single spacecraft up to that time (five people), and the first flight that included members of NASA's Group 8 astronaut class, which had been selected in 1978 to fly the Space Shuttle. The crew of STS-7 included Robert L. Crippen, commander, making his second Shuttle flight; Frederick H. Hauck, pilot; and Ride, John M. Fabian and Norman Thagard, all mission specialists. Thagard conducted medical tests concerning Space Adaptation Syndrome, a bout of nausea frequently experienced by astronauts during the early phase of a space flight. Two communications satellites – Anik C2 for Telesat of Canada, and Palapa B1 for Indonesia – were successfully deployed during the first two days of the mission. The mission also carried the first Shuttle Pallet Satellite, SPAS-1, which was built by the West German aerospace firm Messerschmitt-Bolkow-Blohm. SPAS-1 was unique in that it was designed to operate in the payload bay or be deployed by the RMS as a free-flying satellite. It carried 10 experiments to study formation of metal alloys in microgravity, the operation of heat pipes, instruments for remote sensing observations, and a mass spectrometer to identify various gases in the payload bay. It was deployed by the RMS and flew alongside and over Challenger for several hours, performing various maneuvers, while a U.S.-supplied camera mounted on SPAS-1 took pictures of the orbiter. The RMS later grappled the pallet and returned it to the payload bay. STS-7 also carried seven GAS canisters, which contained a wide variety of experiments, as well as the OSTA-2 payload, a joint U.S.-West German scientific pallet payload. Finally, the orbiter's K-band antenna was able to relay data through the Tracking and Data Relay Satellite to a ground terminal for the first time. STS-7 was scheduled to make the first Shuttle landing at Kennedy Space Center's then-new Shuttle Landing Facility. However, unacceptable weather forced a change to Runway 15 at Edwards AFB. The landing took place on June 24, 1983, at 6:57 am PDT. The mission lasted 6 days, 2 hours, 23 minutes, and 59 seconds, and covered about 2.2 million miles during 97 orbits of the Earth. Challenger was returned to KSC on June 29. Powered by eBay Turbo Lister The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items. View more great items
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John McBride, CapCom; Roy Bridges, Jr., CapCom; Kenneth B. Gilbreath, Director of Center Operations; and Harold Draughon, Flight Director for this Shuttle Flight, signed STS-7 Challenger Launch Cover, postmarked HOUSTON, TX / JUNE 18, 1983, fresh & VF. STS-7 was NASA's seventh Space Shuttle mission, and the second mission for the Space Shuttle Challenger. During the mission, Challenger deployed several satellites into orbit. The shuttle launched from Kennedy Space Center on June 18, 1983, and landed ... moreat Edwards Air Force Base on June 24. STS-7 was notable for carrying Sally Ride, America's first female astronaut. STS-7 began on June 18, 1983, with an on-time liftoff at 7:33 am EDT. It was the first spaceflight of an American woman (Sally K. Ride), the largest crew to fly in a single spacecraft up to that time (five people), and the first flight that included members of NASA's Group 8 astronaut class, which had been selected in 1978 to fly the Space Shuttle. The crew of STS-7 included Robert L. Crippen, commander, making his second Shuttle flight; Frederick H. Hauck, pilot; and Ride, John M. Fabian and Norman Thagard, all mission specialists. Thagard conducted medical tests concerning Space Adaptation Syndrome, a bout of nausea frequently experienced by astronauts during the early phase of a space flight. Two communications satellites – Anik C2 for Telesat of Canada, and Palapa B1 for Indonesia – were successfully deployed during the first two days of the mission. The mission also carried the first Shuttle Pallet Satellite, SPAS-1, which was built by the West German aerospace firm Messerschmitt-Bolkow-Blohm. SPAS-1 was unique in that it was designed to operate in the payload bay or be deployed by the RMS as a free-flying satellite. It carried 10 experiments to study formation of metal alloys in microgravity, the operation of heat pipes, instruments for remote sensing observations, and a mass spectrometer to identify various gases in the payload bay. It was deployed by the RMS and flew alongside and over Challenger for several hours, performing various maneuvers, while a U.S.-supplied camera mounted on SPAS-1 took pictures of the orbiter. The RMS later grappled the pallet and returned it to the payload bay. STS-7 also carried seven GAS canisters, which contained a wide variety of experiments, as well as the OSTA-2 payload, a joint U.S.-West German scientific pallet payload. Finally, the orbiter's K-band antenna was able to relay data through the Tracking and Data Relay Satellite to a ground terminal for the first time. STS-7 was scheduled to make the first Shuttle landing at Kennedy Space Center's then-new Shuttle Landing Facility. However, unacceptable weather forced a change to Runway 15 at Edwards AFB. The landing took place on June 24, 1983, at 6:57 am PDT. The mission lasted 6 days, 2 hours, 23 minutes, and 59 seconds, and covered about 2.2 million miles during 97 orbits of the Earth. Challenger was returned to KSC on June 29. Powered by eBay Turbo Lister The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items. View more great items
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Garrison P. Layton, NASA Dryden Shuttle Project Manager, signed STS-7 Challenger Landing Cover postmarked EDWARDS AFB STA.CA / JUNE 24, 1983, hand made envelope with overall designs on both sides, additional typed information about the flight, fresh & VF. STS-7 was NASA's seventh Space Shuttle mission, and the second mission for the Space Shuttle Challenger. During the mission, Challenger deployed several satellites into orbit. The shuttle launched from Kennedy Space Center on June 18, 1983, and ... morelanded at Edwards Air Force Base on June 24. STS-7 was notable for carrying Sally Ride, America's first female astronaut. STS-7 began on June 18, 1983, with an on-time liftoff at 7:33 am EDT. It was the first spaceflight of an American woman (Sally K. Ride), the largest crew to fly in a single spacecraft up to that time (five people), and the first flight that included members of NASA's Group 8 astronaut class, which had been selected in 1978 to fly the Space Shuttle. The crew of STS-7 included Robert L. Crippen, commander, making his second Shuttle flight; Frederick H. Hauck, pilot; and Ride, John M. Fabian and Norman Thagard, all mission specialists. Thagard conducted medical tests concerning Space Adaptation Syndrome, a bout of nausea frequently experienced by astronauts during the early phase of a space flight. Two communications satellites – Anik C2 for Telesat of Canada, and Palapa B1 for Indonesia – were successfully deployed during the first two days of the mission. The mission also carried the first Shuttle Pallet Satellite, SPAS-1, which was built by the West German aerospace firm Messerschmitt-Bolkow-Blohm. SPAS-1 was unique in that it was designed to operate in the payload bay or be deployed by the RMS as a free-flying satellite. It carried 10 experiments to study formation of metal alloys in microgravity, the operation of heat pipes, instruments for remote sensing observations, and a mass spectrometer to identify various gases in the payload bay. It was deployed by the RMS and flew alongside and over Challenger for several hours, performing various maneuvers, while a U.S.-supplied camera mounted on SPAS-1 took pictures of the orbiter. The RMS later grappled the pallet and returned it to the payload bay. STS-7 also carried seven GAS canisters, which contained a wide variety of experiments, as well as the OSTA-2 payload, a joint U.S.-West German scientific pallet payload. Finally, the orbiter's K-band antenna was able to relay data through the Tracking and Data Relay Satellite to a ground terminal for the first time. STS-7 was scheduled to make the first Shuttle landing at Kennedy Space Center's then-new Shuttle Landing Facility. However, unacceptable weather forced a change to Runway 15 at Edwards AFB. The landing took place on June 24, 1983, at 6:57 am PDT. The mission lasted 6 days, 2 hours, 23 minutes, and 59 seconds, and covered about 2.2 million miles during 97 orbits of the Earth. Challenger was returned to KSC on June 29. Powered by eBay Turbo Lister The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items. View more great items
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George F. Page, Deputy Director Kennedy Space Center and Thomas E. Hutsman, Director of Shuttle Management and Operations at Kennedy Space Center, signed STS-7 Challenger Launch Cover postmarked KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL / JUNE 18, 1983, bi-color cachet with additional typed information pertaining to the flight, light label shadow, otherwise VF. STS-7 was NASA's seventh Space Shuttle mission, and the second mission for the Space Shuttle Challenger. During the mission, Challenger deployed several ... moresatellites into orbit. The shuttle launched from Kennedy Space Center on June 18, 1983, and landed at Edwards Air Force Base on June 24. STS-7 was notable for carrying Sally Ride, America's first female astronaut. STS-7 began on June 18, 1983, with an on-time liftoff at 7:33 am EDT. It was the first spaceflight of an American woman (Sally K. Ride), the largest crew to fly in a single spacecraft up to that time (five people), and the first flight that included members of NASA's Group 8 astronaut class, which had been selected in 1978 to fly the Space Shuttle. The crew of STS-7 included Robert L. Crippen, commander, making his second Shuttle flight; Frederick H. Hauck, pilot; and Ride, John M. Fabian and Norman Thagard, all mission specialists. Thagard conducted medical tests concerning Space Adaptation Syndrome, a bout of nausea frequently experienced by astronauts during the early phase of a space flight. Two communications satellites – Anik C2 for Telesat of Canada, and Palapa B1 for Indonesia – were successfully deployed during the first two days of the mission. The mission also carried the first Shuttle Pallet Satellite, SPAS-1, which was built by the West German aerospace firm Messerschmitt-Bolkow-Blohm. SPAS-1 was unique in that it was designed to operate in the payload bay or be deployed by the RMS as a free-flying satellite. It carried 10 experiments to study formation of metal alloys in microgravity, the operation of heat pipes, instruments for remote sensing observations, and a mass spectrometer to identify various gases in the payload bay. It was deployed by the RMS and flew alongside and over Challenger for several hours, performing various maneuvers, while a U.S.-supplied camera mounted on SPAS-1 took pictures of the orbiter. The RMS later grappled the pallet and returned it to the payload bay. STS-7 also carried seven GAS canisters, which contained a wide variety of experiments, as well as the OSTA-2 payload, a joint U.S.-West German scientific pallet payload. Finally, the orbiter's K-band antenna was able to relay data through the Tracking and Data Relay Satellite to a ground terminal for the first time. STS-7 was scheduled to make the first Shuttle landing at Kennedy Space Center's then-new Shuttle Landing Facility. However, unacceptable weather forced a change to Runway 15 at Edwards AFB. The landing took place on June 24, 1983, at 6:57 am PDT. The mission lasted 6 days, 2 hours, 23 minutes, and 59 seconds, and covered about 2.2 million miles during 97 orbits of the Earth. Challenger was returned to KSC on June 29. Powered by eBay Turbo Lister The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items. View more great items
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Norman Carlson, Stan Gross and Frank Merline, each a Test Director for this Shuttle Flight, signed STS-7 Challenger Launch Cover, postmarked CAPE CANAVERAL / JUNE 18, 1983, attractive applique cachets, fresh & VF. Note: Reverse of envelope carries hand written message: "NOT FOR SALE" signed by Norman Carlson in the same purple ink used for his signature. STS-7 was NASA's seventh Space Shuttle mission, and the second mission for the Space Shuttle Challenger. During the mission, Challenger deployed ... moreseveral satellites into orbit. The shuttle launched from Kennedy Space Center on June 18, 1983, and landed at Edwards Air Force Base on June 24. STS-7 was notable for carrying Sally Ride, America's first female astronaut. STS-7 began on June 18, 1983, with an on-time liftoff at 7:33 am EDT. It was the first spaceflight of an American woman (Sally K. Ride), the largest crew to fly in a single spacecraft up to that time (five people), and the first flight that included members of NASA's Group 8 astronaut class, which had been selected in 1978 to fly the Space Shuttle. The crew of STS-7 included Robert L. Crippen, commander, making his second Shuttle flight; Frederick H. Hauck, pilot; and Ride, John M. Fabian and Norman Thagard, all mission specialists. Thagard conducted medical tests concerning Space Adaptation Syndrome, a bout of nausea frequently experienced by astronauts during the early phase of a space flight. Two communications satellites – Anik C2 for Telesat of Canada, and Palapa B1 for Indonesia – were successfully deployed during the first two days of the mission. The mission also carried the first Shuttle Pallet Satellite, SPAS-1, which was built by the West German aerospace firm Messerschmitt-Bolkow-Blohm. SPAS-1 was unique in that it was designed to operate in the payload bay or be deployed by the RMS as a free-flying satellite. It carried 10 experiments to study formation of metal alloys in microgravity, the operation of heat pipes, instruments for remote sensing observations, and a mass spectrometer to identify various gases in the payload bay. It was deployed by the RMS and flew alongside and over Challenger for several hours, performing various maneuvers, while a U.S.-supplied camera mounted on SPAS-1 took pictures of the orbiter. The RMS later grappled the pallet and returned it to the payload bay. STS-7 also carried seven GAS canisters, which contained a wide variety of experiments, as well as the OSTA-2 payload, a joint U.S.-West German scientific pallet payload. Finally, the orbiter's K-band antenna was able to relay data through the Tracking and Data Relay Satellite to a ground terminal for the first time. STS-7 was scheduled to make the first Shuttle landing at Kennedy Space Center's then-new Shuttle Landing Facility. However, unacceptable weather forced a change to Runway 15 at Edwards AFB. The landing took place on June 24, 1983, at 6:57 am PDT. The mission lasted 6 days, 2 hours, 23 minutes, and 59 seconds, and covered about 2.2 million miles during 97 orbits of the Earth. Challenger was returned to KSC on June 29. Powered by eBay Turbo Lister The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items. View more great items
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This listing is for an item signed by the person indicated above. PLEASE NOTE: You will receive the EXACT autographed piece that is pictured in the scan. Satisfaction is 100% guaranteed. AAH Enterprises does NOT sell pre-prints, photocopies or facsimiles of any kind. Please do not hesitate to ask any questions using the ask seller tab above. All items come with a COA issued by AAH Enterprises. NASA EXPERIENCE: Hauck, a Naval ROTC student at Tufts University, was commissioned upon graduation in 1962 ... moreand reported to USS Warrington (DD-843), where he served 20 months as communications officer and Combat Information Center officer. In 1964, he attended the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, for studies in mathematics and physics and for a brief time in 1965 studied the Russian language at the Defense Language Institute in Monterey. Selected for the Navy’s Advanced Science Program, he received a master’s degree in Nuclear Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology the next year. He commenced flight training at the Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida in 1966, and was designated a Naval Aviator, receiving his aviator wings in 1968. As a pilot with Attack Squadron 35 he deployed to the Western Pacific with Carrier Air Wing Fifteen aboard USS Coral Sea (CVA-43), flying 114 combat and combat support missions. In August 1970, Hauck joined Attack Squadron 42 as a visual weapons delivery instructor in the A-6 Intruder. Selected for test pilot training, he reported to the U.S. Naval Test Pilot School at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland in 1971. A 3-year tour in the Naval Air Test Center’s Carrier Suitability Branch of the Flight Test Division followed. During this period, Hauck served as a project test pilot for automatic carrier landing systems in the A-6 Intruder, A-7 Corsair II, F-4 Phantom and F-14 Tomcat aircraft and was team leader for the Navy Board of Inspection and Survey aircraft carrier trials of the F-14. In 1974, he reported as operations officer to Commander, Carrier Air Wing Fourteen aboard USS Enterprise (CVN-65). On two cruises he flew the A-6, A-7, and F-14 during both day and night carrier operations. He reported to Attack Squadron 145 as Executive Officer in February 1977. NASA selected Hauck as an astronaut candidate in January 1978. He was pilot for STS-7, the seventh flight of the Space Shuttle, which launched from Kennedy Space Center, Florida, on June 18, 1983. The crew included Robert Crippen (spacecraft commander), and three mission specialists, John Fabian, Sally Ride, and Norm Thagard. This was the second flight for the orbiter Challenger and the first mission with a 5-person crew. During the mission, the STS-7 crew deployed satellites for Canada (ANIK-C2) and Indonesia (Palapa B-1); operated the Canadian-built Remote Manipulator System (RMS) to perform the first deployment and retrieval exercise (with the Shuttle Pallet Satellite (SPAS-01)); and with Crippen conducted the first piloting of the orbiter in close proximity to a free-flying satellite (SPAS-01). Mission duration was 147 hours before landing on a lakebed runway at Edwards Air Force Base, California, on June 24, 1983. Hauck was spacecraft commander for the second mission of Discovery on mission STS-51-A, which launched on November 8, 1984. His crew included Dave Walker (pilot), and three mission specialists, Joseph Allen, Anna Fisher, and Dale Gardner. During the mission the crew deployed two satellites, Telesat Canada’s Anik D-2, and Hughes’ LEASAT-1 (Syncom IV-1). In the first space salvage mission in history, the crew also retrieved for return to earth the Palapa B-2 and Westar VI satellites. STS-51-A completed 127 orbits of the earth before landing at Kennedy Space Center, Florida, on November 16, 1984. In March 1985 Captain Hauck became the Astronaut Office project officer for the integration of the liquid-fueled Centaur upper stage rocket into the Shuttle. In May 1985 he was named Commander of the Centaur-boosted Ulysses solar probe mission, STS-61-F (sponsored by the European Space Agency). It was set to launch in a tight launch window in May 1986. After the Challenger accident this mission was postponed, and the Shuttle Centaur project was terminated. In August 1986, Captain Hauck was appointed NASA Associate Administrator for External Relations, the policy advisor to the NASA Administrator for congressional, public, international, inter-governmental, and educational affairs. He resumed his astronaut duties at the Johnson Space Center in early February 1987. Hauck was spacecraft commander of Discovery on STS-26, the first flight to be flown after the Challenger accident. The mission launched on September 29, 1988. The flight crew included the pilot, Richard Covey, and three mission specialists, David Hilmers, Mike Lounge, and George Nelson. During the four-day mission, the crew deployed the Tracking and Data Relay Satellite (TDRS-C) and operated eleven mid-deck experiments. Discovery completed 64 orbits of the earth before landing at Edwards Air Force Base, California, on October 3, 1988. Hauck has logged over 5500 flight hours, 436 in space. In May 1989 he became Director, Navy Space Systems Division, in the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. In this capacity he held budgeting responsibility for the Navy’s space programs. Captain Hauck left military active duty on June 1, 1990. In October 1990, he joined AXA Space (formerly INTEC) as President and Chief Operating Officer, and on January 1, 1993 assumed responsibilities as Chief Executive Officer. AXA Space is a world leader in providing property and casualty insurance for the risk of launching and operating satellites. He retired from AXA Space in April 2005. Powered by eBay Turbo Lister The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
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