Fred Haise Autograph

Fred Haise is a former NASA astronaut who was born in Biloxi, Mississippi in 1933. Haise was fascinated with flying and space from a young age, and he pursued a career in aviation and the military before joining NASA in 1966. Haise worked as a backup crew member for the Apollo 8 and 11 missions, and he finally had his chance to go to space on the ill-fated Apollo 13 mission in 1970. More about Fred Haise

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Current items with a signature of Fred Haise

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

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thumbnailFred Haise Apollo 13 Autographed Signed NASA 8x10 Photo$79.68logo
thumbnailFRED HAISE Apollo 13 LMP Astronaut Autograph Signed 8 X 10 Color Photograph COA$169.00logo
thumbnailFred Haise Apollo 13 NASA Astronaut PSA/DNA Authenticated Autographed Signed$99.00logo
thumbnailFred Haise Hand Signed Apollo 13 Emergency Notes$1674.00logo
thumbnailFred Haise Signed A13 Mid-Course Correction Burn Notes$1357.00logo
thumbnailFred Haise Signed Apollo 13 Flight Plan Notes$1256.00logo
thumbnailFred Haise signed NASA Astronaut/Pilot 8x10 Photo Apollo 13 LMP To Stacey- JSA$78.95logo
Despite the challenges and dangers posed by the Apollo 13 mission, Fred Haise worked alongside his fellow astronauts to return safely to Earth after an oxygen tank exploded in their spacecraft. Haise and his crewmates, Jim Lovell and Jack Swigert, were forced to improvise and navigate their way back to Earth using the limited resources they had available. Their successful return to Earth was hailed as a triumph of human ingenuity and resilience in the face of adversity.

After his retirement from NASA in 1979, Fred Haise continued to be active in the aviation industry and served as a consultant for space projects. He has since been recognized for his contributions to space exploration with numerous awards and honors, including induction into the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame. Haise's resilience and determination have inspired generations of astronauts and space enthusiasts, and his legacy as a pioneer in space exploration continues to be celebrated today. Read even more about Fred Haise at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Fred Haise

In total, we tracked 457 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Fred Haise (Fred Haise Signed Snoopy Omega Watch Apollo 13 Award) was sold in November 2023 for $1341.00 while the cheapest item (Fred Haise Signed Autograph Index Card NASA astronaut Apollo 13) found a new owner for $4.02 in January 2016. The month with the most items sold (11) was September 2020 with an average selling price of $139.99 for an autographed item of Fred Haise. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in March 2022 with $225.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $7.00 was May 2014. In average, an autographed item from Fred Haise is worth $65.00.

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

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thumbnailFRED HAISE APOLLO 13 ENTERPRISE CDR ASTRONAUT SIGNED AUTO OFFICIAL INDEX CARD $119.99logo
thumbnailFred Haise Apollo 13 signed Blue Flight Suit with Patch NASA Steve ZARELLI COA $875.00logo
thumbnailFRED HAISE Authentic Hand Signed Autograph 4X6 Photo - ASTRONAUT APOLLO 13-SMEAR$10.50logo
thumbnailFred Haise Hand Signed 8x6 Inch Photo NASA Astronaut Apollo 13$69.49logo
thumbnailFred Haise Jr. signed autograph auto 1991 Space Shots NASA Card PSA Slabbed$175.00logo
thumbnailFRED HAISE Signed Apollo 13 Doll 1995 Kenner 12 Action Figure NASA ZARELLI COA$189.50logo
thumbnailFred Haise Signed Bio$30.00logo
thumbnailFred Haise Signed NEVER PANIC EARLY - APOLLO 13 Astronaut HC 1st Edition Lovell$38.95logo
thumbnailNASA Astronaut, Fred Haise signed book: Never Panic Early$55.99logo
thumbnailSIGNED w/Proof: Fred Haise Never Panic Early 1st, Apollo 13 Space NASA Astronaut$179.99logo

Latest News about Fred Haise

Biloxi native Astronaut Fred Haise honored by House Reps (03/18/15): The Mississippi House of Representatives honored Astronaut Fred Haise Wednesday for the accomplishments he's made in his career. Haise is a Biloxi native.

Lawmakers honor Apollo 13 astronaut Fred Haise (03/18/15): Lawmakers honor Apollo 13 astronaut Fred Haise                 Go to news article

Apollo 13 Astronaut Fred Haise Speaks In DeFuniak Springs (01/23/15): Apollo 13 Astronaut Fred Haise speaks in Defuniak Springs for the 2015 Florida Chautauqua Assembly...

Apollo 13's Fred Haise recounts 'blessed career' (04/22/14): DECATUR – When an oxygen tank blew up 200,000 miles from Earth as Apollo 13 was closing in on the moon, a plan to save the three astronauts on board had to be crafted on the fly.

Apollo 13 astronaut Fred Haise will speak at Millikin (04/19/14): DECATUR – “Houston, we have a problem,” the oft-repeated line from the 1995 movie “Apollo 13,” was the closest Hollywood came to using any of the actual dialogue between Mission Control and the crippled spacecraft.

Older News Stories about Fred Haise

Former astronaut, OU alumnus Fred Haise to speak at OU Wednesday (04/2013): Fred Haise, OU alumnus and astronaut from the Apollo 13 mission, will speak about his experiences in space 7 p.m. Wednesday in a lecture organized by the Campus Activities Council Speakers Bureau..

Astronaut Fred Haise : Apollo 13 Crewmember (03/2013): Astronaut Fred Haise was assigned to two Apollo missions where he would have walked on the moon, but he never made it there.

Fred Haise of Apollo 13 to speak at Northwest (11/2012): Fred Haise, who spent 20 years with NASA and was the astronaut portrayed by actor Bill Paxton in the hit film "Apollo 13," will appear at Northwest Missouri State University Nov. 28 during the next installment of the university’s free Distinguished Lecture Series.