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John Young, Apollo 10 (1969)

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Michael Collins, Apollo 11 (1969)

Michael Collins, NASA astronaut on Apollo 11 and Gemini USAF Brigadier General, test pilot,

Roger Chaffee (astronaut) - Died January 27, 1967. Born February 15, 1935. One…

Roger Chaffee - Astronaut, died in a fire on the launch pad while strapped into the Apollo 1 capsule for a test. He posthumously awarded the Congressional Space Medal, Purple Heart and the US Navy Air Medal.

Astronauts of Apollo - This is a photo collage composition of the NASA crew…

This is a photo collage composition of the NASA crew photos bringing all the astronauts together. All of the Apollo crews are represented: the men of the tragic Apollo the first men to land on t.

The only thing John Young did not fly into space was the old Mercury capsule. One of the true unsung astronauts of the space program. He was the commander of the first Space Shuttle mission and walked on the moon on Apollo 16

The only thing John Young did not fly into space was the old Mercury capsule. One of the true unsung astronauts of the space program. He was the commander of the first Space Shuttle mission and walked on the moon on Apollo 16

The Apollo 16 crew: Thomas K. Mattingly II, command module pilot; John W. Young, commander; and Charles M. Duke Jr., lunar module pilot.

Left to right: Mattingly, Young, Duke.Apollo 16 lands on Moon - April Commander John Young, Lunar Module Pilot Charles Duke and Command Module Pilot Ken Mattingly.

Apollo 13 astronauts (L-R) John Swigert, James Lovell, and Fred Haise are shown soon after their rescue still unshaven and wearing space overalls, aboard the USS Iwo Jima (1970)

The ultimate in teamwork ~ Apollo 13 astronauts after rescue, Lovell, John Swigert, Fred Haise.

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