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Gemini 4 pilot, Ed White, who died on the launch pad during Apollo 1 testing.
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"Ed was my good friend and colleague; he was also a major part of my inspiration to become an astronaut" - Buzz Aldrin in No Dream Is Too High Life Lessons From A Man Who Walked On The Moon pg.
Gemini 4 pilot, Ed White.
70-H-1407 ( 112k or 631k ) Stu Roosa prepares for an altitude chamber test. June 1970. Scan by Ed Hengeveld.
Apollo 13 of course was the mission to the moon almost lost to space and was made into that great movie with Tom Hanks playing Jim Lovell in 'Apollo Lovell was born in
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Commander Jim Lovell
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AS13-59-8484 (1.2 Mb) Jim Lovell in the LM, preparing it for jettison. Journal Contributor Mike Poliszuk notes that the DSKY display, visible to the right of Jim's elbow, shows "his computer is in 'Poo', i.e. Program 00, idling. It is powered on but not doing anything...
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1961 -- The first three Americans in space, Mercury astronauts, from the left, John H., Virgil I. (Gus) Grissom and Alan B. standing by Redstone rocket in their spacesuits. Photo credit: NASA NASA image use policy.
Fred W Haise, Apollo 13 lunar module pilot, in training on Earth (NASA). The hack that saved Apollo 13. This is the mother of all hacks, the genius device that saved the Apollo XIII crew from dying in their emergency return to Earth, as photographed during that trip using one of their Hasselblad cameras. Here are the actual step-by-step instructions that helped turn this mission into NASA's most successful failure ever. #Apollo13 #Apollo #NASA #SpaceTravel #MoonLanding #history #USA #lunar
The original Apollo 13 crew. From left to right are: Commander, James A Lovell, Command Module pilot, Thomas K Mattingly and Lunar Module pilot Fred W Haise. Commander Lovel: Bring back traditional flying skills.
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