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Eugene Cernan went into space three times for Nasa and is the subject of a new documentary, seen by Monica Grady “Dream the impossible – and go out and make it happen. I walked on the moon. What can’t you do?” These are the final words spoken by Eugene (Gene) Cernan...read more
As we near the 40th anniversary of the first manned landing on the moon, has the idea of the great unknown lost its luster?
Earlier this week, Eyewitness News Anchor Dave Ward sat down with four NASA legends:
Colonel Buzz Aldrin. On July 20, 1969, he and Neil Armstrong became the first two men to step foot on the moon.
Friends and family of Bob Hoover hosted a ninetieth birthday party for the famed aviator in Fredericksburg, Texas. Here, Hoover is welcomed by astronauts Eugene Cernan (left) and Neil Armstrong (right). Read More Here.
Obama failed space program
“We now leave as we once came and, God willing, as we shall return: with peace and hope for all mankind.”
With these words, I left the moon on Dec. 14, 1972, completing the final manned mission in the Apollo space program… Read Full Article
READ USA TODAY OP/ED BY NEIL ARMSTRONG, JAMES LOVELL AND GENE CERNAN HERE. Published on the 50th Anniversary of JFK”s historic speech to the U.S. Congress.
More than 40 years after the last Apollo astronauts left the moon, NASA has sent a small robotic spacecraft to investigate one of their most bizarre discoveries.
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Captain Cernan and producer Mark Stewart celebrate at AARP’s “Movies for Grown Ups Awards” (with Morgan Freeman, Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones). February 2016.
NASA’s Gemini IX mission was another step in developing technology for future spaceflights from Apollo to the agency’s Journey to Mars. But this mission included developing alternate plans when faced with the unexpected.
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“The world has lost an icon. The country has lost a legend. His family has lost a loved one. And I have lost a very special friend.”
– Gene Cernan