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- Neil Armstrong was born on August 5, 1930, near Wapakoneta, Ohio, the eldest of three children of Stephen and Viola Engel Armstrong.
- Neil Armstrong is a taskmaster, and made everyone do everything, even in the chamber.
- Neil Armstrong is a taskmaster, and made everyone do everything, even in the chamber.www.collectspace.
- Scott Carpenter is a Korean War hero, former Navy test pilot and one of seven men chosen for Project Mercury, America's first group of astronauts.
- Scott Carpenter was the fourth individual of Project Mercury to be presented Astronaut Wings by his respective service.
- Glenn was moved to the first orbital Atlas flight, and further suborbital Mercury flights were cancelled.
- Glenn was reported to be in excellent condition.
- Glenn was selected to fly the first US manned orbital flight aboard Mercury-Atlas 6.
- Leonov is also an accomplished painter, having exhibited throughout the world.
- Leonov was frowning at a picture of what I called the "Sochi Six," the Russian equivalent of our "original seven" Mercury astronauts.
- Leonov was on the American side for 5 hours, 43 minutes, while Kubasov spent 4: 57 in the command and docking modules.
- John Young was the Commander of Apollo 16, and later flew on the maiden voyage of the Space Shuttle.
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- More than the desiAstronaut Eileen Collins worked hard to achieve her dream from Keppler Speakers' Theo Moll.
- The commander is Eileen Collins, who in 1999 became the first woman to command a U.S. space mission.
- The three astronauts, Virgil Gus Grissom, Edward White and Roger Chaffee perished during a ground test less than three weeks before their scheduled launch.
- It was worn during the first walk in space by an American, Edward White, in 1965.
- Conrad was a Navy Commander on his third spaceflight (previously on Gemini's 5 and 11, later to fly on Skylab 2), Bean was a Navy Lt.
- Conrad was killed in a motorcycle accident Thursday in Southern California.
- Conrad was selected as an astronaut by NASA in September 1962.
- Conrad was spacecraft commander of Apollo 12, November 14- 24, 1969.
- Conrad was the only one to fly Gemini, Apollo, and Skylab.
- Crippen was spacecraft commander of STS-7, the second flight for the Orbiter Challenger, June 18-24 1983.
- Crippen was among the second group of aerospace research pilots to be assigned to the MOL Program.
- Alan Bean was selected as an astronaut in 1963 alan bean.
- Alan Bean is a professional artist and he's a damn good artist.
- Alan Bean is a record setting space pioneer, one of only twelve men to walk on the moon, and also an acclaimed artist.
- Alan Bean is the fourth man to set foot on the moon and the second to lead a Skylab mission.
- Alan Shepard is a big deal.
- Alan Shepard is a true American hero , a pioneer, an original.
- Alan Shepard was born on November 18, 1923, in East Derry, New Hampshire, a small village a few miles south of Manchester.
- Alan Shepard was grounded from 1963 to 1969 due to an inner ear ailment.
- Alan Shepard was one of seven men chosen from over 500 candidates to be a member of the first group of astronauts in 1959.
- Aldrin is a descendant of blacksmiths from V--rmland, Sweden.
- Aldrin is a descendent of blacksmiths from V--rmland, Sweden.
- Aldrin was a systems expert, was the lunar module pilot and became the second person to walk on the Moon.
- Aldrin was portrayed by Larry Williams in the 1995 film Apollo 13.
- Aldrin was selected as part of the third group of NASA astronauts in October 1963.
- This flight resulted in the historic meeting in space between American astronauts and Soviet cosmonauts.
- On April 2, 1959, Schirra was chosen as one of the original seven American astronauts.
- November 19, 1997 - Space Shuttle Columbia lifts off with three American astronauts, one Japanese, and the first Ukrainian astronaut, Leonid Kadenyuk.
- Commander Brian Duffy and Pilot Pam Melroy fired the Shuttle's engines twice today to adjust the rate at which Discovery is closing on the station.
- CDT STS-92 Commander Brian Duffy and his crew were awakened at 5:18 a.m.
- EDT, Lopez-Alegria and Commander Brian Duffy sealed the station's outermost hatch.
- NASA Official Biography Bruce Peterson was NASA Dryden research pilot from the early 1960s until 1967.
- The test pilot, Bruce Peterson, hit the ground at 250 mph, tumbling six times.
- Bruce Peterson, the actual pilot, survived the crash but lost the use of his right eye and had to stop flying, ending his career.
- Chang-Diaz is also an adjunct professor of physics at Rice University and at the University of Houston.
- Chang-Diaz was selected as an astronaut candidate by NASA in 1980 and first flew aboard STS-61-C in 1986.
- Chiao worked from the end of the arm late in the space walk as he manually unfolded the large ISS Ku-band antenna to its deployed position.
- The antenna dish was removed from its launch location on the Z1 truss with Chiao standing on the robotic arm as McArthur unbolted the dish assembly.
- A second set of four cables was connected before McArthur and Chiao installed the Space to Ground Antenna (SGANT), deploying its antenna dish.
- Christa McAuliffe was a Concord, New Hampshire, high school social studies teacher.
- Christa McAuliffe was selected to be the first teacher in space in 1984 with Barbara Morgan as her alternate.
- Collins is the first woman assigned as a Space Shuttle Commander.
- Collins was first female shuttle pilot.
- Collins was nominally Episcopalian , while Finnegan came from a staunchly Roman Catholic family.
- Collins was scheduled to be the Command Module Pilot but it was discovered he had a growth on his spinal column that needed to be removed with surgery.
- Collins was the Command Module pilot and navigator for the mission.
- The command module was called Charlie Brown, also from Schulz's comic, and was piloted by John Young, who later commanded the first Space Shuttle mission.
- The command module was the crew's basic working and living area, while the service module provided propulsion, power, and storage for consumables.
- The command module was viewed on television while dropping on the drogue parachutes, and continuous coverage was provided through crew recovery.
- Curbeam was an usher in Mark Polansky's wedding.
- Curbeam is part of a 14 astronaut crew selected to help build the International Space Station in 1999.
- Curbeam was a Navy aircraft carrier fighter pilot.
- Curbeam was protected by his space suit and the flow was quickly staunched, Nasa said.
- David Brown was a Life Scout as a youth.
- It was created by Belgian artist Paul Van Hoeydonck, who met astronaut David Scott at a dinner party.
- A year later, in 1966, Gemini 8, with David Scott and Neil Armstrong aboard, tumbled out of control across space.
- On 16 March 1966, Armstrong flew his first space mission as command pilot of Gemini VIII with David Scott.
- Major Donn Eisele never flew in space again, mainly because of the actions of Schirra.
- Collectors should be aware of the risk with Donn Eisele signatures, especially with Apollo 7 items.
- January 31, 1971 - Apollo 14 moon mission is launched by the U.S. with the legendary Alan Shepard, along with Stuart Roosa and Edgar Mitchell on board.
- W-re Charles Duke ausgefallen, h-tte Edgar Mitchell somit die M-glichkeit gehabt, der erste Astronaut zu werden, der zwei Mal auf dem Mond landete.
- Shepard and Edgar Mitchell landed on the Moon's Fra Mauro region and spent almost ten hours working on the lunar surface during two EVAs.
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- Kaleri und Foale wurden nun von der "Expedition 9", Gennadi Padalka (FKA) und Edward Fincke (NASA), abgel-st, die am 21.
- Eugene Cernan is a unique American who came of age as an astronaut during the most exciting and dangerous decade of space flight.
- Eugene Cernan is a unique American who came of age as an astronaut during the most exciting and dangerous decade of spaceflight.
- The film was a commercial and critical success, and Smith was nominated for an Academy Award for "Miss Misery".
- The film was based on Lost Moon, Jim Lovell and Jeffrey Kluger's book about the incident.
- Frank Borman is a true American hero of air and space.
- Frank Borman is the grandfather of former Duke basketball player Andy Borman As a young man, Col.
- Frank Borman was asked by a number of reporters if the crew planned to make a Christmas type gesture from space.
- Frank Borman was born in Gary, Indiana, and was raised in Tucson, Arizona.
- Frank Borman was born in Gary, Indiana, and was raised in Tucson.
- Gemini is also the name of the third constellation of the Zodiac and its twin stars, Castor and Pollux.
- Gemini was designed to rendezvous and dock with other orbiting vehicles and to maneuver in space.
- Gene Cernan is one of America's most experienced and successful astronauts.
- Gene Cernan was the commander of Apollo 17, a mission carrying geologists to study the lunar surface and bring back rock and soil samples.
- Gene Cernan was the commander of Apollo 17, and is known for being the last man to set foot on the Moon.
- Gordon was selected as an astronaut by NASA in 1963.
- Gordon was subsequently assigned as backup Command Module pilot for Apollo 9.
- Three of the Mercury astronauts, Gus Grissom, Gordon Cooper and Wally Schirra, also each flew a mission during the Gemini program.
- Finally Slayton tapped Gordon Cooper to command the long-duration Gemini 5.
- And Gordon Cooper has testified to a United Nations committee that one of the astronauts actually witnessed a UFO on the ground.
- The group was required to augment the original Mercury 7 with the announcement of the Gemini Program and leading to the Apollo Program.
- The group was selected to provide pilot and mission specialists for post-ISS spaceflights to the moon and beyond.
- The group was selected to provide pilot, engineer, and scientist astronauts for space shuttle flights.
- The group was selected to provide six pilots for the single-crew Mercury manned spacecraft.
- Harrison Schmitt is a geologist, former astronaut, and U.S. Senator.
- A hatch was installed in the Gemini 2 heat shield to provide access to the MOL and was tested in the sub-orbital reentry.
- The hatch was closed at 4 hours 54 minutes ground elapsed time.
- The hatch was finally locked tight, but he was in excruciating pain.
- The hatch was opened a third time about an hour later to jettison extraneous equipment before reentry.
- Higginbotham is a Chicago native, who lists weightlifting, cycling, music and motivational speaking as her hobbies.
- Higginbotham is the primary operator of the International Space Station’s robotic arm.
- Higginbotham was part of the 1996 astronaut class that included current crew mates Polansky and Christer Fuglesang.
- Higginbotham was part of the 1996 astronaut class that included current crewmates Polansky and Christer Fuglesang.
- Jim Lovell is a good friend and he was the technical adviser.
- Jim Lovell is a veteran of four spaceflights -- two during project Gemini and two during Apollo.
- Jim Lovell was now officially an astronaut in training.
- Jim Lovell was the commander of the ill-fated Apollo 13 flight.
- Fairlawn Elementary School in her hometown of Akron will be renamed to Judith Resnik Elementary School when it reopens in 2007.
- NASA selected Lucid to be among the first group of female astronauts, which also included Sally Ride and Judith Resnik.
- Ken Mattingly was taken off the Apollo 13 mission because his future crewmate, Charlie Duke, had the measels, which Mattingly had never been exposed to.
- The landing was just as bad.
- The landing was the 47th at Edwards to bring the 102nd flight in program history to a close.
- Laurel Clark was a surgeon, a mom, a Navy submarine veteran.
- Mae Jemison is a real role model.
- But commander Mark Polansky said each has been training as an astronaut anywhere from eight to 12 years.
- But commander Mark Polansky said each member of his crew has trained for eight to 12 years.
- Mark Polansky's wife, Lisa, and their 2-year-old daughter, Caitlyn, will also attend the 9:38 p.m.
- Three of the seven astronauts had flown in space before: Husband, Michael Anderson and Kalpana Chawla.
- From left (top row) are astronauts David Brown, mission specialist; William McCool, pilot; and Michael Anderson, payload commander.
- This is the artist page for Michael Anderson.
- Michael Foale was born in England in the Lincolnshire market town of Louth in 1957.
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* Nancy Currie
* Owen Garriott
* Paul Weitz
* Pete Conrad
* Richard Searfoss
* Rick Husband
* Robert Curbeam
* Roger Chaffee
* Ronald Mcnair
* Scott Horowitz
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* Steven Smith
* Stuart Roosa
* Sunita Williams
* Thomas Stafford
* Virgil Grissom
* Walter Cunningham
* William Anders
* William Mccool
* William Pogue
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