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Exoplanet Games 26 May 18
GodSpeed of . Your efforts have lifted humanity closer to our future in the stars, now Rest In Peace.
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Gene J. Mikulka, CC 26 May 18
When I heard about Alan Bean's passing into eternity earlier today, this was the first piece of his I thought of. I hope somewhere, the three are making this fantasy into reality.
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Scott Kelly 7 Nov 17
Sad to hear the loss of Pilot Dick Gordon, former NASA Astronaut & naval officer. Fair winds & following seas, sir.
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The Astronot πŸ‘©β€πŸš€ Jan 13
Corvettes & spacecraft. Alan Bean, Richard Gordon & Pete Conrad of with their Stingrays & Lunar Module. Pete & Alan became the 3rd & 4th to moonwalk as Richard orbited in the Command Module. The pair landed 1180ft from Surveyor 3, which landed in 1967.
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The Astronot πŸ‘©β€πŸš€ Sep 24
Lunar hike. Alan Bean with scientific equip’t in hand during , Nov β€˜69. Bean & Pete Conrad spent 31 hours on the πŸŒ– & visited Surveyor 3 which landed in Apr β€˜67. Command Module pilot Richard Gordon orbited 45x while the 2 explorer the Ocean of Storms.
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Spyder Webb 20 Apr 18
20 April 1967 (3rd lander of unmanned program) landed on It transmitted 6,315 TV images & Surveyor was 1st mission to carry a surface-soil sampling-scoop The crew landed within walking distance on 19 Nov 1969
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Spyder Webb 26 May 18
26 May 2018 the 4th man to walk on the , (Alan LaVern "Al" Bean) sadly passed away, aged 86. He made his 1st flight into aboard , the 2nd manned mission to land on the Moon, at the age of 37 years in November 1969.
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The Astronot πŸ‘©β€πŸš€ Sep 22
Richard Gordon prepares for , Nov 1969. Mr. Gordon was Command Module pilot & orbited the moon 45x while Alan Bean & Pete Conrad moonwalked. Selected in Group 3 of astronauts in 1963, he also flew Gemini 11 with Conrad in 1966 & performed 2 spacewalks.
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Space Lectures 19 Nov 17
November 1969 Pete Conrad descends from the Lunar Module onto the surface of the moon.
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GrantPetersen Nov 18
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W. J. Sawchuck 8 Nov 17
RIP astronaut Richard , one of only 24 people to have flown to the moon. Here’s one of his travel photos from November 1969.
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The Astronot πŸ‘©β€πŸš€ Feb 11
Night Rider. Richard Gordon performed 2 spacewalks during Gemini 11 for 2hrs & 41min. He’s one of 24 people to have flown to the moon, having served as Command Module Pilot on in Nov β€˜69. He spent a total of 13 days & 4 hours in space during his career.
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Gavin Price Oct 16
I’m done 😭😭
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Gavin Price Oct 16
My favourite crew, mission and astronaut. Yankee Clipper is the best presented of all the capsules I’ve seen. Gotta catch them all
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NASA Skylab Nov 19
Forty-nine years ago today, the future first two commanders of Skylab were both walking on the moon.
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the People's Picture May 20
"Whoopee! Man, that may have been a small one for Neil, but it’s a long one for me!” - Charles β€œPete” Conrad, Jr. 3rd man to step on the Moon during the landing
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NASA History Office Sep 8
This photo taken in 1969 is the Saturn V rolling out of the Vehicle Assembly Building on the way to Launch Complex 39A
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Luke Winch Jun 18
12040 (41) - Olivine basalt, collected by the crew of () bears a striking resemblance to the beautifully modelled Fairmont Orchid, Hawaiian sample in tweet below, illustrating the similarities of Earth & Moon composition.
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Xander πŸš€ SCLA πŸš€ Jun 17
The Lunar Module landed approx 160 meters from the spacecraft. The crew retrieved several pieces of the Surveyor, and returned the items to Earth. A number of microscopic craters were observed, the result of micrometeorite bombardment of the .
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