Portrait of Gemini 11 prime and backup crews
Portrait of Gemini 11 prime and backup crews. Seated are the Gemini 11 prime crewmembers l.-r. Astronauts Richard F. Gordon Jr., prime crew pilot, and Charles Conrad Jr., prime crew command pilot. Standing are l.-r. Astronauts William A. Anders, backup crew pilot, and Neil Armstrong, backup crew command pilot. They are in their space suits next to a mock-up of the Gemini spacecraft NASA Identifier: S66-50772
Apollo 8: " The first launch of Saturn 5 Moon rocket with crew", December 21, 1868
Ralph Morse, LIFE photo, source Google/Life 2008 (Free). REMASTERED by Dan Beaumont. APOLLO 8 launch: Relive! this fantastic launch on ABC," EXCEPTIONAL HISTORICAL MOMENT " Dec. 21, 1968 VIDEO: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vn00BvWwke0 APOLLO 8 Launch, Walter Cronkite: "This building is shaking under us" CBS News, December 21, 1968 VIDEO: www.youtube.com/watch?v=wVVTHJjcTHE Apollo 8 MISSION: www.youtube.com/watch?v=zp_RDqPQ-qg
Launched: February 7, 2001, 6:13:02 p.m. EST Landing: February 20, 2001, 3:33 p.m. EST, Edwards Air Force Base, Calif. Space Shuttle: Atlantis Crew: Commander Kenneth Cockrell, Pilot Mark Polansky, Mission Specialists Robert Curbeam, Thomas Jones and Marsha Ivins. STS-98 was another International Space Station mission to transport supplies and equipment to the ISS - most notably the Destiny research module. Mission Specialists Curbeam and Jones performed 3 spacewalks (EVAs) to work on the…
Launch- March 3, 1969 Landing- March 13, 1969 Astronauts- James A. McDivitt, Russell L. Schweickart and David R. Scott Apollo 9 preformed the first two successful rendezvous and docking with the Command and Service Module (CSM) and Lunar Module (LM). Overall the mission was a success with all the prime mission objectives being met. www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/apollo/missions/apollo9.html#....
JSC2011-E-205608 (2 Nov. 2011) --- The current and former astronauts who formed the crews of STS-1, the first space shuttle mission, and STS-135, the final shuttle mission, pose for a group photo in a training facility at the Johnson Space Center in Houston on Nov. 2, 2011. They are, from left, Doug Hurley, STS-135 pilot, Robert Crippen, STS-1 pilot, John Young, STS-1 commander, with STS-135 commander Chris Ferguson, and mission specialists Sandy Magnus and Rex Walheim. Photo credit: NASA…