Cape Kennedy, Florida. Gemini 7 astronauts Frank Borman (far left) and James Lovell (far right), are greeted upon their arrival at Cape Kennedy by fellow Astronauts Alan Shephard (wearing suit) and Donald Slayton (yellow shirt), December 19th. Borman and Lovell were flown to the cape from the carrier wasp after completion of their historic two-week space mission.
April 17, 1970: The ill-fated Apollo 13 spacecraft returns to Earth safely. The mission's lunar landing was aborted two days after its April 11 launch when an oxygen tank exploded, crippling the service module. Astronauts (from left to right) Jim Lovell, Fred Haise and Jack Swigert fought hardships caused by limited power, loss of cabin heat, shortage of water and the need to jury-rig the carbon dioxide removal system to return successfully. ~ NASA
Here Are Some Amazing Photographs Of Early Astronauts And Their Wives
Courtesy: NASA The family of Jim Lovell (of "Houston, we have a problem" fame) watching Apollo 8 liftoff on Dec. 21, 1968. From left: James, Jeffery, Susan, Marilyn Lovell, and Barbara. Some Amazing Photographs Of Early Astronauts And Their Wives
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NASA's 45th Anniversary Celebration of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing - At the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, NASA officials showcase the modifications underway at Launch Pad 39 B to Apollo astronauts visiting the center. From left are NASA Administrator Charles Bolden Apollos 8 and 13 astronaut Jim Lovell Apollo 11 astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Mike Collins and center director Bob Cabana.
Pete Conrad, Buzz Aldrin, Dick Gordon, Ted Freeman, Charlie Bassett, Walt Cunningham, Neil Armstrong, Donn Eisele, Rusty Schweikart (behind Eisele), Jim Lovell, Mike Collins (behind Lovell), Elliot See, Gene Cernan (behind See), Ed White, Roger Chaffee, Gordon Cooper, C.C. Williams (behind Cooper), Bill Anders, Dave Scott, Al Bean