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Grant Petersen Dec 27
The capsule Kitty Hawk
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Dr. Buzz Aldrin Feb 5
, 49 years ago, landed on the lunar surface. Coming off the heels of the nearly disastrous , the United States was eager to show the world that we could bounce back and push ahead – and under extreme pressure we did! πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ
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Mark Steven β˜€οΈ 🌏 πŸŒ“ πŸͺ πŸ’« πŸš€ Feb 5
Watch the final moments of the landing below.
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RSG Connery πŸ΄σ §σ ’σ ³σ £σ ΄σ ΏπŸ‡¬πŸ‡§πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Feb 9
Returns on this day in 1971
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Lunar Astronomy; Moon' Exploration & Coloniz/ News Feb 3
Lunar Exploration History History
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Amy Shira Teitel Aug 6
Who could use a little on this Thursday morning? - PAO
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Cradle of Aviation Feb 4
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Apollo 50th Oct 21
The Apollo 14 Saturn V Launch Vehicle (LV) service arm overall test has been completed October 21, 1970.
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The Astronot πŸ‘©β€πŸš€ Mar 10
Gordon Cooper makes some adjustments to Alan Shepard’s . Alan served as backup pilot for Cooper’s 34hr flight as Gordon became the 1st πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ to spend a full day in & to sleep there. Shepard flew next on becoming the oldest moonwalker at 47yrs.
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For All Moonkind Feb 5
in 1971 landed on the & Alan Shepard became the first human to play golf off Earth! Below are the 'javelin' and golf ball he used as well as Shepard's bootprints & MET tire prints. Will the delegates of COPUOS agree that sites like this are worth protecting?
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NASA Moon Feb 5
49 years ago , landed on the Moon. During his Moon walk, astronaut Alan Shepard demonstrated the difference between the Earth and Moon's gravitational pull with a round of golf.
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Mike Constantine Feb 6
On this day 1971 - Apollo 14 EVA-2 Alan Shepard captured this photo about 75 meters south east of the rim of Cone Crater. Incidentally the LM can just been seen as a tiny dot to the right of Mitchell’s helmet visor assembly. It is approx 1.25 km away. (See inset photo)
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MissionControlMovie Feb 5
5th February 1971 Apollo 14’s LM Antares landed. Descent was tricky. The computer received a false ABORT signal, requiring an extraordinary inflight reprogram. The radar failed, but recovered just in time.
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The Astronot πŸ‘©β€πŸš€ Feb 1
Gracing the Lunar Module are LM Pilot Edgar Mitchell, β€˜Kitty Hawk’ CMP Stuart Roosa & 1st πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ in & oldest moonwalker Alan Shepard, 1/71. The launch for the 9-day mission was delayed 40min due to weather; the 1st such occurrence in the Apollo Program.
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Apollo 50th Oct 20
Apollo 14 astronauts Edgar D. β€œEd” Mitchell (left) and Alan B. β€œAl” Shepard, Jr., (right) train for EVA Extravehicular Activity) no. 1 with the Active Seismic Experiment (ASE) "thumper" that will allow astronauts to detonate small explosions on the Moon.
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Space Lectures Nov 18
Remembering Alan Shepard on his birthday, an American astronaut, naval aviator, test pilot. In 1961 he became the first American to travel into space, and in 1971 he walked on the Moon. Photo credit: Ed Mitchell NASA
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Mysterious Forces Live! Dec 26
Dr. was a US Navy officer and aviator, test pilot, aeronautical engineer, ufologist & astronaut. As the LM Pilot of , he spent nine hours working on the lunar surface, making him the 6th human to walk on the Moon. 🎧
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MediaMonarchy.com Jan 31
Here are the pre-show notes/links for your finally Friday , on-the-air in 1hr! βš‘οΈπŸ“ΊπŸˆ β€œ: , 2020” // 9AM PT // & tons more
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The Astronot πŸ‘©β€πŸš€ Nov 5
Alan Shepard was the only Mercury to walk on the πŸŒ–. He went from a 15min suborbital flight in 1961 to a 2-day lunar stay in β€˜71 on with Edgar Mitchell. Gordon Cooper was back up Commander on A10 & a candidate for the A14 but was not chosen in the end.
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Mike Constantine Feb 5
On this day 1971 - Apollo 14 Earthrise The crew of the Apollo 14 LM capture a beautiful Earthrise photo prior to descent to the Lunar Surface
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