CAPTAIN KATHRYN D. SULLIVAN - COMMEMORATIVE ENVELOPE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: CAPTAIN MIKE BAKER, MARSHA IVINS, G. DAVID LOW, P.J. CULBERTSON - HFSID 306259
SPACE SHUTTLE ASTRONAUTS Captain Michael A. Baker and four others sign on this 6½x3¾ commemorative envelope Commemorative envelope signed: "Kathryn D. Sullivan/Orbit 2", "P.J. Culbertson/Entry/", "Michael Baker/Orbit 2", "Marsha Ivins/Orbit", "G. Davidl Low - Planning Shift", 6½x3¾.
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SPACE SHUTTLE ASTRONAUTS
Captain Michael A. Baker and four others sign on this 6½x3¾ commemorative envelope
Commemorative envelope signed: "Kathryn D. Sullivan/Orbit 2", "P.J. Culbertson/Entry/", "Michael Baker/Orbit 2", "Marsha Ivins/Orbit", "G. Davidl Low - Planning Shift", 6½x3¾. Kennedy Space Center, FL, March 13, 1989. Edwards Air Force Base, March 18, 1989. KATHRYN SULLIVAN (b. 1951) was a mission specialist on Challenger STS-41G (1984), Discovery STS-31 (1990) and Atlantis STS-45 (1992). In 1984, Dr. Sullivan conducted a 3½ hour Extravehicular Activity (EVA) outside the Challenger shuttle to demonstrate the feasibility of actual satellite refueling, making her the first U.S. woman to perform an EVA. MICHAEL A. BAKER (b. 1953) is a NASA astronaut and ISS Program Manager. A graduate of the University of Texas, he became an astronaut in July of 1986. Baker flew on NASA missions STS-43, STS-52, STS-62 and STS-81. His awards include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Distinguished Flying Cross, Legion of Merit, NASA Outstanding Leadership Medal, NASA Exceptional Service Medal and the National Defense Medal. MARSHA S. IVINS (b. 1951), who had worked at the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center from 1974-1980 as an engineer, was selected as a NASA astronaut in 1984. The Mission Specialist, who has logged 1,318 hours in space, is a veteran of five space flights: STS-32, Columbia, January 9-20, 1990; STS-46, Atlantis, July 31-August 8, 1992; STS-62, Columbia, March 4-18, 1994; STS-81, Atlantis, January 12-22, 1997; and, STS-98, Atlantis, February 7-20, 2001. She is currently assigned to the Astronaut Office, Space Station/Shuttle Branches and the Advanced Projects Branch at the Johnson Space Center. G. DAVID LOW (1956-2008) was an American astronaut. He was selected as an astronaut candidate in 1984, and became an astronaut in 1985. He has worked on a number of missions, and been rewarded for his work with NASA, including NASA Space Flight Medals, NASA Exceptional Service Medals, and NASA Outstanding Leadership Medals. P.J. Culbertson is an astronaut, noted as working entry on the envelope. Pencil note (unknown hand) on verso. Fine condition.
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