Apollo Pilot

Author: Donn Eisele
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 0803299524
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Readers can now experience an Apollo story they assumed would never be written as well as the story behind its discovery.


Author: Richard W. Orloff
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0387376240
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The primary objectives were: . to perform selenological inspection, survey, and
sampling of materials at a preselected site; . to deploy and activate an Apollo
lunar surface experiments package; . to further develop human capability to work
in the lunar environment; and . to obtain photographs of candidate exploration
sites. The crew members were Captain James Arthur Lovell Jr (USN),
commander; John Leonard `Jack' Swigert Jr [SWY-girt], command module pilot;
and Fred Wallace ...

Projekt Apollo

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Apollo. 16. Startaggregat Start Wasserung CSM LEM Besatzung Missionsziel
bringen insgesamt über 66 Stunden auf der Mondoberfläche und setzen dabei
erstmals das allradgetriebene Mondmobil LRV, das Lunar Roving Vehicle, ein.
Saturn V 16. April 1972 27. April 1972 Casper Orion John Watts Young,
Kommandant (mehr siehe Apollo 10). Charles Moss "Charlie" Duke, LEM-Pilot:
Geboren am 3. Oktober 1935 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Apollo 16 war sein
einziger Einsatz als ...

First Man

Author: James R. Hansen
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1476727813
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So was the commander of the very first Apollo flight, Walter M. Schirra. Of the one
dozen human beings privileged to walk on the Moon, seven of them wore, or had
worn, the navy's wings of gold. Most remarkably, six of the seven commanders
chosen to pilot Apollo spacecraft down to lunar landings were naval aviators.
This included not only the first man to walk on the Moon but also the last man to
leave its surface to date, Eugene A. Cernan, in Apollo 17. In between Armstrong
and ...

The Apollo 11 Moon Landing

Author: Nel Yomtov
Publisher: Raintree
ISBN: 1406273686
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Charles Moss Duke Jr (b. 1935) Duke was a brigadier general in the US Air
Force and a NASA astronaut. As lunar module pilot for Apollo 16 in 1972, he
becamethe tenth person to walk on the Moon. He served as capsule
communicator (CAPCOM) on theApollo 11 launch, and was the voice of Mission
Control in Houston, Texas, speaking to the astronauts during their historic voyage
. Michael Collins (b. 1930) Collins was a fighter pilot and experimental test pilot in
the US Air Force.

Historical Manuscripts

Publisher: Heritage Capital Corporation
ISBN: 9781599672939
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The photo has signatures ranging from early aviators Orville Wright and Louis
Bleriot, record setters Charles Lindbergh and Amelia Earhart, astronauts, and
virtually every other aviation luminary of the twentieth century, including: Buzz
Aldrin - lunar module pilot on Apollo 1 1, the first lunar landing and the second
man to set foot on the Moon; Neil Armstrong -the first person to set foot on the
Moon; Frank Borman -commander of Apollo 8, the first mission to fly around the
Moon; Gene ...

Apollo S Warriors

Author: Michael E. Haas
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 9780788149832
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Because if he did, the price for that mistake could well be the lives of the two crew
members of a downed F-4 Phantom jet fighter that the rescue force was en route
to save—or perhaps even his own life. As the lead Skyraiders arrived over the
estimated location, they discovered from the downed pilot that they were too late
to rescue the Phantom's backseater, who was already a North Vietnamese
prisoner of war destined for years of brutal imprisonment. Using his handheld '4'
survival ...

Fixed Base Visual Simulation Of Pilot Controlled Descents Of An Advanced Apollo Spacecraft With An All Flexible Parawing

Author: G. Kimball Miller
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In addition, it was believed that the onboard pilot would need a wide- angle
viewing system to permit simultaneous viewing of the landing site and the current
ground position. Turn rates for the parawing-payload combination up to 25° per
second were also considered necessary for the pilot to arrive at the desired
landing site. The present fixed-base simulator study was performed to determine
the ability of an onboard pilot to control an all-flexible parawing and advanced
Apollo ...

Apollo 13

Author: Alan Pierce
Publisher: ABDO
ISBN: 9781617143472
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Edward White was a West Point graduate and a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Air
Force. NASA assigned him to an astronaut team in 1962. White piloted the
Gemini 4 mission in June 1965. For this mission, he earned the NASA
Exceptional Service Medal and the U.S. Air Force Senior Astronaut wings. He
was later named as a pilot for the Apollo missions. Virgil Grissom attained the
rank of lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Air Force. He became a test pilot in 1955. In
1959, NASA selected ...