Memorabilia From the First Women in Space and More for Auction to All You Aspiring Badass-tronauts
On Wednesday, Regency-Superior auctioneers will allow you to own a piece of space in a very real way—much more real than those “name a star” registries, anyway. They’re auctioning off 860 lots of space memorabilia with signed photos of space pioneers and much, much more!
Among the items available for auction are a signed picture of Valentina Tereshkova of Russia, AKA the first woman ever in space in 1963:
There’s also the signed photograph of Sally Ride (top pic), the first American woman in space in 1983—as well as the youngest astronaut ever—along with NASA astronaut Owen Garriot; Sultan Salman al-Saud, the first Arab and Muslim to travel to space; Senator Bill Nelson, the second congressperson and first House member to go to space; and Marsha Ivins, five-time space shuttle astronaut.
And more, including:
You can check out the rest of the mountains of memorabilia in the auction online already ahead of its Wednesday launch in invaluable.com’s Collectibles section and prepare your poor, unsuspecting wallet.
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