for Flight Controler Alan Glines
Hand signed by 57 Astronauts including 4 from
Offered here is a
retirement presentation given to long time NASA
Flight Controller Alan Glines. Glines began at
NASA as a Flight Controller and worked through
Apollo becoming an Assistant Flight Director for
ASTP. His last NASA assignment was as a member
of the two person Shuttle Support Team for the
Astronauts of the Approach and Landing Test
Program (ALT) from 1976-78. This presentation is
hand signed by an impressive 57 astronauts.
The header says, "To
Alan: Best wishes from the Astronaut Office !"
A representative sampling of the signatures on
the mat surrounding this beautiful Space Shuttle
Judy Resnik (Challenger 51L), Ellison Onizuka
(Challenger 51L), Dick Scobee (Challenger 51L),
Ron McNair (Challenger 51L), Alan Bean, Sally
Ride, Vance Brand, John Young, Richard Truly,
Rhea Seddon, Paul Weitz, Anna Lee Fisher, Vance
Brand, Kathy Sullivan, Joe Allen, Ed Gibson,
Owen Garriott, Bruce McCandless and many others.
The mat measures 21” x 20” mat with the photo
itself measuring 16”x17”. This is an important
piece with some highly desirable signatures
including 4 of the STS-51L crew, the first
American woman in space, two moonwalkers (one
who is no longer signing and has become quite
pricy to obtain) as well many others. A
wonderful collection of authentic autographs
from the Flight Controller’s personal
Hand signed by 51 most of whom were astronauts
Offered here is presentation
beautifully framed for Ed Barker. The
plaque is engraved: "Signed by 51
Astronauts.....Presented to Ed Barker...NASA's
Command Flight Controller"
An inscription at the
top reads, "Presented to Ed Barker who saw it
all and helped make it happen. Don't
forget us because we won't forget you,
especially at T - 30. God Speed, Ed"
The signatures are a
who's who of the STS Program. Included
just to name a few are Ron McNair (Challenger
51L), Judy Resnick (Challenger 51L), Dick
Scobee(Challenger 51L), John Young, Ellison
Onizuka (Challenger 51L), George Abby and Alan
Bean but the list goes on and on.
The mat area with
signatures measures approximately 16" x 20".
Frame dimensions are 22" x 25.25"
for NASA Administrator Mel Brooks
Hand signed by 102 !!!
Offered here is a
retirement presentation given to NASA
Administrator Mel Brooks. Mel was well known and
respected and mentioned often in Gene Kranz’s
book, “Failure Is Not An Option”. Click here for
more information about Mel’s NASA career. There
are approximately 102 signatures on this 16” x
20” mat. The photo itself measures 11”x14”. The
signatures are primarily astronauts but some
Mission Control Directors/Controllers have
signed as well. This is an autograph collection
unto itself and all are absolutely authentic.
This vintage presentation was given to Brooks
sometime in 1975 upon his leaving the Johnson
Space Center. In very good condition with some
flaws. This one is a GREAT value !
The presentation plaque reads, "To Mel Brooks
from your many friends at the Johnson Space
Center". The following names represent a
small sampling of the 102 signatures on this
most impressive presentation:
Bob Crippen, Joe Engle, John Young, Sy
Liebergot, Rod Loe, Vance Brand, Alan Bean,
Richard Truly, Dick Scobee, Don Puddy, Gene
Kranz, Dick Covey, Joe Allen, Owen Garriott and
George Abbey. Others can be seen in the
scan or feel free to ask for additional photos
#Multi STS-Brooks Retirement
vintage glossy of the ALT-1 Crew is hand signed
by flight crew members Fred Haise and Gordon
Fullerton. The photos is in pristine
condition with usual NASA information on
reverse. Measures 8x10. Very nice!
STS 6 Launch
Hand signed by
Paul Weitz (STS-6) and Rick Searfoss (STS-58,
Shuttle cover hand signed by STS 33 Crew + David
Griggs (who was in training forthat mission
when he died) . Very uncommon
with Griggs added. Cancelled KSC
on STS-33 launch datee
STS 33 cache on
cover hand signed by that crew and cancelled
KSC on launch date & Edwards AFB on landing date
Edwards AFB on landing date
Note: some glue
residue on back side at bottom, from small
address sticker was removed.
signed by Richard Truly and Joe Engle. The
was commemorating the Grumman Gulfstream II
Shuttle Training Aircraft (STA). This NASA
training vehicle duplicated the Space Shuttle's
approach profile handling qualities, allowing
Space Shuttle pilots to simulate Shuttle
landings under controlled conditions before
attempting the task on board the actual orbiter.
flight took place on March 31, 1977 over White
Sands Missle Range, NM and is hand signed by
flight crew member Astronaut Richard Truly.
Astronaut Joe Engle who was in the T-38 Trainer
also signs. Very nice.
Gulfstream II Trainer
Astronaut Hall of Fame Induction Poster
official Astronaut Hall of Fame Induction poster
has been neatly hand signed by 2005 inductees
Bruce McCandless, Joe Allen and Gordon Fullerton
in black sharpie. It is in "as new"
condition and measures 16" x 20".