Set Value (New/Sealed)

This chart represents the current new/sealed value of the set Ulysses Space Probe since April 2021. Very high accuracy
The 5006744-1 Ulysses Space Probe was a 236 piece Creator Expert VIP release that was offered exclusive to VIP members on the VIP rewards website on April 14th 2021 at exactly 9AM. The promotion quickly sold out within fifteen minutes and the website experienced issues due to the massive number of members trying to obtain the set. Directly after the listing and sell out, the Ulysses Space Probe was seen being sold on secondary markets for well into the $200USD price range.

It also had various other version numbers such as 6373604-1 (European) and 6373603-1 (North American).

The current value for a new and sealed Ulysses Space Probe is estimated around $76 today with current average yearly gain of about 26% but will level off in the next year closer to a 14% annual growth. On the secondary markets, the typical price range for the set MISB/NISB is between $73 and $85. The current used prices for Ulysses Space Probe can be found in the range of $34 and $48 depending on the set's condition, with an average price of $35 if it is in good overall condition.

For Sale (New/Sealed)

(US) *** Best US listing for Ulysses Space Probe ***
BrickEconomy Choice
(US) Box's inner yellow edge has a tear, price accordingly. Brand new and sealed.
(US) BrickLink store Husker Minifigures + more
(US) BrickLink store ViroColor Productions
(US) Brand new in sealed box, box in excellent condition, 9.5/10.
(US) Ulysses Space Probe (6373603) Lego Store Exclusive New In Box 5006744
(US) Box is imperfect, but sealed. Primary imperfection is loss of some of the yellow prin...
(US) Brand New. Box has very little damage.
(US) BrickLink store 401L Plan
(US) New and Sealed!
(US) BrickLink store East Coast Bricks Co.
(US) Brand New and factory sealed! LEGO Store Exclusive! Box in good condition. ***SALE...
(US) Box may have minor shelf-wear, but overall great condition. Brand new and sealed.
(US) Excellent condition 9/10
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Sales Distribution (Last 90 Days)

This chart shows the distribution of sales for the last 3 months of new/sealed 5006744 Ulysses Space Probe.

Sale Trends

This chart shows the sales trends (number sold) of new/sealed 5006744 Ulysses Space Probe.

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The joint ESA-NASA deep-space mission Ulysses was launched by the Space Shuttle Discovery from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on October 6, 1990.

Built in Germany, Ulysses was designed to study the heliosphere—the region of space influenced by the Sun and its magnetic field. Its primary goal was to make the first-ever measurements of the unexplored region of space above the Sun's poles. For this reason, it operated in an elliptical heliocentric orbit that took it high above the ecliptic plane, where each orbit lasted 6.2 years.

To get into this special orbit, the 809lb (367kg) Ulysses had to be helped by a stack of solid rocket motors. These were loaded into the shuttle payload bay along with the main spacecraft. They were ignited once released from Discovery.

With nine sets of instruments, the areas of investigation included looking into the properties and behavior of the solar wind, measuring the Sun's magnetic field, detecting galactic cosmic rays, and...
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