SPACE SHUTTLE COLUMBIA - STS - 52 CREW - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: CAPTAIN MIKE BAKER, TAMARA "TAMMY" JERNIGAN, CAPTAIN WILLIAM SHEPHERD, STEVE MacLEAN, CAPTAIN JAMES D. WETHERBEE - HFSID 304919
SPACE SHUTTLE COLUMBIA: MISSION STS-52 Official NASA photo of the 1992 mission, signed by 5 crew members Photograph signed: "Mike/Baker", "Jim Wetherbee", "Steve MacLean", "Tammy/Jernigan" and "Bill Shepherd", Color 10x8. Official NASA photo, shown in space suits.
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SPACE SHUTTLE COLUMBIA: MISSION STS-52
Official NASA photo of the 1992 mission, signed by 5 crew members
Photograph signed: "Mike/Baker", "Jim Wetherbee", "Steve MacLean", "Tammy/Jernigan" and "Bill Shepherd", Color 10x8. Official NASA photo, shown in space suits. On October 22, 1992, the Space Shuttle Columbia launched for Mission STS-52 with crew members James D. Wetherbee (Commander), Mike Baker (Pilot), Charles L. Veach (Mission Specialist 1), Bill Shepherd (Mission Specialist 2), Tammy Jernigan (Mission Specialist 3) and Steve MacLean (Payload Specialist 1). Columbia returned on November 1, 1992. The crew's primary mission objectives were deployment of the Laser Geodynamic Satellite II and operation of the U.S. Microgravity Payload-1. MICHAEL A BAKER was born on October 27, 1953 in Memphis, Tennessee. 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. Aerospace engineer and US Navy pilot JAMES "JIM" WETHERBEE (b. 1952) joined the astronaut corps in 1985. He logged 696 hours in space on six shuttle missions (1990-2002). As he notes on this photo, he was pilot on the first mission (STS-32); he was mission commander on the other five, a record number of flights in that role. Wetherbee's last three shuttle missions took him to the Mir and to the International Space Station. STEVE MacLEAN (b. 1954) was among the first six Canadian astronauts, selected in 1983. He brought diverse talents to the program: a laser physicist (and former visiting scholar at Stanford), and also a member of the Canadian National Gymnastics Team. He went into space in 1992 as a mission specialist on the space shuttle Columbia, operating the robotic arm Canadarm2 and becoming the second Canadian to walk in space (after Chris Hadfield), making a 7-hour EVA. TAMARA JERNIGAN holds degrees from Stanford University, the University of California-Berkeley and Rice University. She became an astronaut in 1986 and flew on NASA missions STS-40, STS-52, STS-67, STS-80 and STS-96. Astronaut WILLIAM "BILL" SHEPHERD (b. 1949), a mechanical engineer and former Navy SEAL, was the Commander of the Expedition-1 crew on the International Space Station and also flew on STS-27, STS-41 and STS-52. Fine condition.
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