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Space & Rocket Ctr 14h
July 2019, the Rocket City will celebrate ! We'll look to the future with a celebration of ! The Rocket Center is encouraging individuals and organizations to join the journey with model SLS rockets. More about Rockets on Parade:
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Daniel Hoy Nov 15
A great account by ⁦⁩ of the Zond-6 mission to the moon and back, just before NASA’s Apollo 8 mission. Over time we have learned that despite its successes, it was not crew-ready, paving the way for NASA’s imminent “firsts”.
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NAHA Nov 12
The mission 50 years ago helped pave the way to the moon. Meet astronaut Walt Cunningham Nov 15 at the Theatre and wish him happy anniversary!
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G C Nov 8
Shouldn’t the hashtag have been ?
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Stephen Salmon Nov 16
Replying to @YerboutiSheik
And maybe on the same day next year you can celebrate together, also! 🚀😍
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Daniel Hoy Nov 15
Give this a listen. It’s really good. Also, plan to catch the Apollo panel at 10, on March 6, 2019, as Fred Haise is scheduled to participate. I heard and met him at Iowa State University’s Engineering Week in 2009, and he is a very engaging speaker.
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Gavin Price 9h
I like that the Space and rocket centre (Marshall) have sited the Skylab exhibit next to the SIVB
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Deirdre Kelleghan Nov 16
this morning two more great schools . Two Apollo 11drawing targets. Mega fun
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Apollo 50th Nov 11
Apollo 9 and 10 astronauts have the day off training today for the Veterans Day Holiday, but not Apollo 8 astronauts. Anders, Borman, McDivitt, Schweickart, Scott, and Stafford are from the United States Air Force; Cernan, Lovell, and Young are all United States Navy.
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Anthony Paustian Nov 14
In honor of Fred Haise's (Apollo 13) birthday, I thought I would share my podcast interview with Fred. It's very insightful! Enjoy, and Happy Birthday Fred!
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NAHA Nov 13
In October 1968, flew America’s first three-man space crew. Meet astronaut Walt Cunningham Nov 15 at the Theatre.
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Dallas Campbell Nov 7
Yes. I own it. Made by who made some of the First Man suits and props. The detail is extraordinary. Thought it would be a fun thing to have in the UK for next year. Do the weather in it?
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Apollo 50th Nov 15
NASA Acting Administrator Dr. Thomas O. Paine presented 39 individuals and six groups with medals and certificates today at NASA's annual awards ceremony, including a group achievement award for the Apollo 7 Flight Operations Team.
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Nolan 🚀👉❤ :/ Nov 9
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NASA History Office Nov 14
Apollo 12 launched in 1969 and was struck by lightening during ascent. Houston & the capsule lost all flight data but flight engineer John Aaron recognized the problem and recommended a fix, saving the mission. Learn more about Apollo 12 at
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Axel Díaz Nov 14
I’m a happy camper!
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Sam Knutson Nov 8
Replying to @samknutson
I read his book last year. Failure Is Not an Option: Mission Control from Mercury to Apollo 13 a great read for anyone interested in the history of or managing technical teams in crisis
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Apollo 50th Nov 15
The Apollo 9 prime crew is seen inside the Apollo 9 spacecraft at KSC during altitude chamber test activity. Left to right, are James A. McDivitt, CDR; David R. Scott, CMP; and Russell L. Schweickart (out of view to far right), LMP.
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Deirdre Kelleghan Nov 15
Kildare Street.Two schools. Two drawing targets, great fun at The National Museum of Ireland this morning.
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Jerry H. Trachtman Nov 14
All CSM downlinked data went berserk, as did the cockpit caution & warning alarms. At our consoles in the CSM launch control room at KSC we didn’t know about the lightning strike. I was the CSM instrumentation engineer. SCE to AUX. John Aaron nailed it.
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