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London, Sept 4 (ANI): Apollo 13 and NASA mission control's historic conversation, which included the famous line "Houston, we've had a problem", is set to be on sale at an auction. The 1,000-page transcript, which covers every moment from lift off to re-entry and belonged to British journalist John B. Phillips, who worked for the European Broadcasting Corporation, is tipped to fetch over 5000 ...
The life story of Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, has taken not one, but two small steps towards landing on both the big and small screens. A newly-acclaimed director and a television network have each reportedly turned their attention to Neil Armstrong, the late Apollo 11 moonwalker, as the inspiration for a feature-length film and TV miniseries, respectively. Damien Chazelle ...
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By Paul Taylor, SAP The crew of Apollo 13 spaceship wryly informed mission control of a major technical problem with the now immortal words; “Houston, we've had a problem here." Thirty-four years later, I believe that the IT systems that run governments and businesses on planet earth have an equally pressing [...]
Apollo Global Management LLC is sweetening the terms of a junk bond funding a C$2 billion ($1.8 billion) bet on a recovery in natural-gas prices and its first acquisition of Canadian gas assets.
The document, given to a British journalist covering the ill-fated mission in April 1970, records every word spoken on the mission - and is expected to fetch as much as £5,000 at auction.
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With hardly any letup in what’s been somewhat of a front-loaded Allegheny Conference schedule, Highlands and Apollo-Ridge will meet Friday night in a matchup that’s ...
Al Reinert ("Apollo 13", "From the Earth to the Moon") will pen the script for the four-hour event miniseries.
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