Charles Walker Autograph

Charles Walker is an American former astronaut and a veteran of three space shuttle missions. He was born on August 29, 1949, in Bedford, Indiana, and graduated from Purdue University in 1971 with a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering. He went on to earn a master's degree in aerospace engineering from Purdue in 1972. After completing his education, he joined McDonnell Douglas Corporation as a spacecraft propulsion engineer. More about Charles Walker

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Current items with a signature of Charles Walker

These are the most current items with a signature of Charles Walker that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

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thumbnailCharles Walker Autographed Signed Photo Astronaut NASA $30.00logo
thumbnailSTS-23 signed postal cover NASA Astronauts Garn, Rhea Seddon & Charles Walker$29.95logo
Walker was selected by NASA in 1984 as a payload specialist. His first space shuttle mission was aboard STS-41D Discovery as a part of the crew of four in 1984. During the mission, he was responsible for operating the first commercial venture in space, which involved manufacturing semiconductor crystals. He went on to participate in two more missions, STS-51C in 1985 and STS-61B in 1985, where he took part in conducting a variety of scientific experiments and satellite deployment tasks.

After retiring from NASA in 1992, Walker continued to work in the aerospace industry, including technical and leadership roles at McDonnell Douglas and later Boeing, which merged with McDonnell Douglas. He was also involved in entrepreneurial ventures, including founding a company that developed aviation software solutions. Throughout his career, Walker played a significant role in advancing the commercial use of space and expanding the possibilities for research and commerce beyond the Earth's atmosphere.

Traded items with a signature of Charles Walker

In total, we tracked 44 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Charles Walker (Autographed Charles Walker Astronaut Space Cover) was sold in December 2014 for $69.95 while the cheapest item (Charles Walker autographed Football Card 2017 Panini Contenders Draft Rookie 207) found a new owner for $0.99 in October 2022. The month with the most items sold (4) was February 2010 with an average selling price of $5.27 for an autographed item of Charles Walker. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in December 2014 with $69.95 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.99 was November 2019. In average, an autographed item from Charles Walker is worth $6.88.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Charles Walker were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

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thumbnailCharles Walker #10 signed autograph auto Space Shots NASA Trading Card PSA Slab$55.00logo
thumbnailCharles Walker - NASA Astronaut - Autographed 8 x 10 Photograph$18.37logo
thumbnailCharles Walker - NASA Astronaut - Autographed 8x10 Photo$13.38logo
thumbnailCharles Walker Autographed 8X10 NASA Photo $39.00logo
thumbnailCharles Walker signed 8 x 10 NASA photograph Astronaut SPACE SALE!!$14.50logo
thumbnailCHARLES WALKER Signed Official NASA 8x10 Photo..SHUTTLE Astronaut$2.78logo
thumbnailFDC, NASA, STS-41D, Signed By Charles Walker, Shuttle DISCOVERY, 8/30/1984$0.99logo
thumbnailKODAK Photo 20x25cm orig.signed Charles Walker, SPACE$11.50logo
thumbnailSTS 61B cover signed by Charles Walker$5.00logo
thumbnailSTS-51-D ASTRONAUT CHARLES WALKER PERSONALLY AUTOGRAPHED COVER$14.99logo

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