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At the heart of the Apollo program was Mission Control. This is their story. Produced by Available on DVD, Blu-ray & on-demand.
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October 22nd, 1968. Apollo 7 splashed down 200 nautical miles from Bermuda. Here's the crew onboard recovery ship USS Essex.
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MissionControlMovie Oct 20
Apollo 7 meet Florida!
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MissionControlMovie Oct 19
Walt Cunningham on Apollo 7 in a cabin dappled by sunlight ...
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MissionControlMovie Oct 17
Apollo 7 image of the beautiful Earth and its land and seas.
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MissionControlMovie Oct 16
Apollo 7. In a reflective moment, Walter Schirra looks out of the rendezvous window in front of the commander's station ...
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MissionControlMovie Oct 15
Today's Apollo 7 image - an experimental live TV broadcast ..
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MissionControlMovie Oct 14
Mission Control during Apollo 7 ...
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MissionControlMovie Oct 13
Today's Apollo 7 image - the crew of Apollo 7. From left to right: Command Module pilot, Don F. Eisele, Commander, Walter M. Schirra Jr. and Lunar Module pilot, Walter Cunningham. The photograph was taken inside the White Room which is attached to the crew access arm.
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MissionControlMovie Oct 12
The safety systems worked! After a complete booster failure for Expedition 57, Cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin and astronaut Nick Hague of NASA were reunited with their families in the city of Baikonur.
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MissionControlMovie Oct 12
Today's Apollo 7 Image - the discarded S-IVB stage ...
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MissionControlMovie Oct 11
We are entering the 50th anniversary sequence of the great Apollo missions. Apollo 7 launched October 11, 1968. It was a crucial test mission, the first after the Apollo 1 fire that killed three astronauts in January 1967.
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MissionControlMovie Oct 9
Rest in Peace Betty Grissom, widow of the great Gus Grissom, the first American to fly in space twice. She has passed away age 91.
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MissionControlMovie Oct 6
Ulysses was launched on Shuttle Discovery mission STS-41, 6th October, 1990. Its primary mission was to orbit the Sun and study it at all latitudes. To get out of the plane of the Solar System, it performed a gravity assist manoeuvre around Jupiter.
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MissionControlMovie Oct 4
SPUTNIK 1 launched into orbit on October 4th 1957. It beeped for three weeks before its batteries died, then orbited silently for two months before re-entry. Sputnik created an American crisis of confidence that led to NASA, the Space Race, and ultimately the Moon landings.
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MissionControlMovie Oct 3
LIFT-OFF!! Mercury-Atlas 8, the fifth US crewed space mission, launched October 3, 1962. Legendary astronaut Walter M. Schirra would orbit the Earth six times in the Sigma 7 capsule.
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MissionControlMovie Oct 3
Happy Birthday to our great friend Charlie Duke! Capcom on Apollo 11, Moonwalker on Apollo 16 and star of our movie! Best wishes, Charlie and Dottie, from all at Haviland Digital and the Mission Control documentary team.
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MissionControlMovie Oct 1
It's another big NASA birthday! NASA began operating October 1 1958. It absorbed NACA & its 8,000 employees, three major labs (Langley, Ames and Lewis). It would incorporate von Braun's team, and the Jet Propulsion Lab. The ground was sown for the huge undertakings to come.
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MissionControlMovie Sep 29
Stars of Mission Control: JOHN AARON Hometown: Wellington, Texas Mission Control Position: EECOM ... and Steely-Eyed Missile Man.
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MissionControlMovie Sep 26
Stars of Mission Control: Glynn Lunney Hometown: Old Forge, Pennsylvania Mission Control Position: Flight Director
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MissionControlMovie Sep 25
Voice of an engineer/astronaut ...
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