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Apollo 13 astronauts Jim Lovell and Fred Haise during training at Cape Canaveral, 1970. (NASA)
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Gemini 4 pilot, Ed White.
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Browse 03 Jun 1965 Gemini IV launches and Ed White is first American to walk in space latest photos. View images and find out more about 03 Jun 1965 Gemini IV launches and Ed White is first American to walk in space at Getty Images.

Gemini 4 pilot, Ed White, who died on the launch pad during Apollo 1 testing.

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Gemini 4 pilot, Ed White.

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70-H-1407 ( 112k or 631k ) Stu Roosa prepares for an altitude chamber test. June 1970. Scan by Ed Hengeveld.
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70-H-1407 ( 112k or 631k ) Stu Roosa prepares for an altitude chamber test. June 1970. Scan by Ed Hengeveld.
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Apollo 13 astronauts Jim Lovell and Fred Haise during training at Cape Canaveral, 1970. (NASA)

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1962 ... John Glenn enroute to launch
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John Glenn - Mercury era space suit, First American to orbit the Earth

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Commander Jim Lovell
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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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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...

Apollo 12 crew with their matching Corvettes. The AstroVette an astronaut's Corvette from the beginning of the Space Age Read more: http://www.superchevy.com/features/vet1101-1969-chevrolet-astrovette-stingray/#ixzz3ZRUdrRZg  Follow us: @SuperChevy on Twitter | SuperChevyMag on Facebook

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1961 -- The first three Americans in space, Mercury astronauts, from the left, John H. Glenn Jr., Virgil I. (Gus) Grissom and Alan B. Shepard Jr. standing by Redstone rocket in their spacesuits.   Photo credit: NASA

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January 19, 1970 — Apollo 13 astronaut Fred Haise trains for a spacewalk on lunar surface, an adventure prevented by an infamous accident on the way to the Moon.

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Apollo 17 Lunar Module Pilot Harrison H. Schmitt shares a moment of relaxation with astronaut Alan Shepard during prelaunch suiting operations. Schmitt will explore the Moon's Taurus-Littrow region with Mission Commander Eugene A. Cernan during NASA's sixth and last manned lunar landing mission. The third crewman, Ronald E. Evans, will pilot the command module alone in lunar orbit during his crewmates' surface exploration.

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LIFE image showing the original crew of Fred Haise, Jim Lovell and Ken Mattingly at the Manned Spacecraft Center in Houston.

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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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