Eileen Collins Autograph

Eileen Marie Collins (born 19 November 1956) is a retired NASA astronaut and United States Air Force (USAF) colonel. A former flight instructor and test pilot, Collins was the first woman to pilot the Space Shuttle and the first to command a Space Shuttle mission. More about Eileen Collins

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Current items with a signature of Eileen Collins

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thumbnailAstronaut Eileen Collins Signed NASA Photograph$88.00logo
thumbnailEileen Collins Auto 2012 ASTRONAUT Autograph 1ST Female Commander Americana NASA$50.99logo
thumbnailEileen Collins Signed Photograph NASA Astronaut First Woman Space Shuttle Pilot$49.99logo
A graduate of Corning Community College, where she earned an associate degree in mathematics in 1976, and Syracuse University, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics and economics in 1978, Collins was commissioned as an officer in the USAF through Syracuse's Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps program. She was one of four women chosen for Undergraduate Pilot Training at Vance Air Force Base, Oklahoma. After earning her pilot wings, she stayed on at Vance for three years as a T-38 Talon instructor pilot before transitioning to the C-141 Starlifter at Travis Air Force Base, California. During the American invasion of Grenada in October 1983, her aircraft flew troops of the 82nd Airborne Division from Pope Air Force Base in North Carolina to Grenada, and took thirty-six medical students back. From 1986 to 1989, she was an assistant professor in mathematics and a T-41 instructor pilot at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado. She earned a Master of Science degree in operations research from Stanford University in 1986, and a Master of Arts degree in space systems management from Webster University in 1989. That year, she became the second woman pilot to attend the USAF Test Pilot School, graduating with class 89B.

In 1990, Collins was selected to be a pilot astronaut with NASA Astronaut Group 13. She flew the Space Shuttle as the pilot of the 1995 STS-63 mission, which involved a space rendezvous between Space Shuttle Discovery and the Russian space station Mir. She was also the pilot for STS-84 in 1997. She became the first woman to command a US spacecraft with STS-93, which launched in July 1999 and deployed the Chandra X-Ray Observatory. In 2005 she commanded STS-114, NASA's "return to flight" mission after the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster, to test safety improvements and resupply the International Space Station (ISS). During this mission she became the first astronaut to fly the Space Shuttle orbiter through a complete 360-degree pitch maneuver so astronauts aboard the ISS could take photographs of its belly to ensure there was no threat from debris-related damage during re-entry. She retired from the USAF in January 2005 with the rank of colonel, and from NASA in May 2006. Read even more about Eileen Collins at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Eileen Collins

In total, we tracked 221 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Eileen Collins (FEBRUARY 19 1993 EILEEN COLLINS ASTRONAUT SIGNED 8X10 PHOTO JSA AUTHENTIC PB) was sold in January 2021 for $150.00 while the cheapest item (Eileen Collins NASA Astronaut signed RPT photo 8,2x10,2) found a new owner for $0.99 in June 2011. The month with the most items sold (5) was December 2013 with an average selling price of $29.99 for an autographed item of Eileen Collins. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in January 2021 with $150.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.99 was November 2010. In average, an autographed item from Eileen Collins is worth $18.12.

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

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thumbnail1990 ASTRONAUT EILEEN COLLINS Commander Space Shuttle AUTOGRAPHED COVER $17.37logo
thumbnailAstronaut Eileen Collins Hand Signed TLS Dated 1992 on NASA Letterhead$90.99logo
thumbnailEileen Collins Signed 8x10 NASA Photo with COA$38.00logo
thumbnailEileen Collins Signed Cut AUTO PSA/DNA Authentic$31.00logo
thumbnailEileen Collins SIGNED Through the Glass Ceiling hc/dj book NASA USAF astronaut$12.00logo
thumbnailEileen Collins Space Shuttle commander signed$69.00logo
thumbnailShuttle Astronaut Eileen Collins Signed NASA Photograph$64.00logo
thumbnailTHROUGH THE GLASS CEILING TO THE STARS Col. Eileen Collins SIGNED by Co-Author!$5.99logo

Latest News about Eileen Collins

Petra Collins' Consumption Habits: Scary Anime, Leopard Print, and More of the " (01/24/19): Photographer, model, and director Petra Collins shares her latest inspirations: what she's listening to, reading, watching, looking at, and obsessing over. Go to news article

Albany exhibit honors astronaut Eileen Collins (03/17/14): An exhibit in the state Legislative Office Building in Albany honoring 'Women of Distinction'... - 2:52 pm

Eileen Collins to be Inducted Into Hall of Fame (07/18/13): CAPE CANAVERAL, FL (WENY) -- An Elmira icon is being honored for her legendary and history-making space career.

Space Shuttle Astronauts Curt Brown, Eileen Collins and Bonnie Dunbar Inducted i (04/22/13): Space Shuttle Astronauts Curt Brown, Eileen Collins and Bonnie Dunbar Inducted into U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame

Eileen Collins has the right stuff; Elmira native inducted into Astronaut Hall o (04/20/13): When Elmira native Eileen Collins went on a very important job interview in 1990, she wore a suit... - 9:25 pm

Older News Stories about Eileen Collins

Space Shuttle Astronauts Curt Brown, Eileen Collins and Bonnie Dunbar Inducted i (04/2013): Space Shuttle Astronauts Curt Brown, Eileen Collins and Bonnie Dunbar Inducted into U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame