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The steadfast mission control director under pressure as astronauts lives hung in the balance in the 1995 Oscar-winning movie Apollo 13, and a man dubbed the architect of American space flight are two of four inductees into the National Aviation Hall of Fame Class of 2015.
Gene Kranz, the legendary NASA Flight Control Director who led the effort to save Apollo 13, was in Montgomery on Monday.
The Apollo 13 crew before launch in 1970: (from left) Fred Haise, Jack Swigert and Jim Lovell. Fred Haise (left), Jim Lovell, and Jack Swigert emerge from the recovery helicopter on-board the aircraft carrier Iwo Jima. 17 April 1970. NASA scan by Ed Hengeveld.
Mission commander Jim Lovell and flight director Gene Kranz will be among the participants in the 45th anniversary commemoration of NASA's "successful failure" that safety brought back the Apollo 13 crew home in its crippled spacecraft. The activities will be part of the 63rd annual Experimental Aircraft Association fly-in on July 20-26, 2015, at Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, Wis. (PRWeb ...
Jim Lovell, Gene Kranz Among Those Participating At Oshkosh Next Summer One of the most harrowing and triumphant adventures in space exploration history will be commemorated at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2015, as members of the Apollo 13 crew and team will participate in activities marking the 45th anniversary of what was called the “successful failure” of the aborted moon mission.
Apollo Robbins will be at the NXT-ID booth January 6th and 7th, 2015, demonstrating some of his famous theft techniques to visiting media and consumers. Gino Pereira, CEO of NXT-ID said, "An average of 13 Million people a year have their identity stolen and 44% of known causes can be traced to a stolen wallet or purse. NXT-ID will showcase Wocket smart wallet at the 2015 International CES ...
In the second part of his three-part essay, David Clow uses one famous Apollo mission as a example of the challenges facing both historians and the general public between what is true and what is believed to be true in space history.
It’s been almost 45 years since Capt. James Lovell, 86, flew his last mission to space. Would he go back if he could? “If someone invites me.”
Statements promising future student growth were not illegal lies but mere "business puffery,'' appeals court says.
MAKERS Dec. 24 is the 46th anniversary of Apollo 8′s lunar orbit — the first manned mission to travel to the moon and back. Although NASA was full of men at the time, there was one woman in the mix: Frances “Poppy” Northcutt, who was an integral part of the engineering team on the Apollo missions. Northcutt’s experience with working on the Apollo 8 mission is detailed in the PBS documentary ...
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