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Col. Buzz Aldrin, Jr., Ph.D.

Col. Buzz Aldrin, Jr., Ph.D.

Buzz Aldrin, Astronaut: Apollo XI moon walk

  • Gemini 12
  • The first of two humans to set foot on another world: Apollo II
  • July 20th, 2019, will commemorate the 50th Anniversary of our moon landing
William Alison Anders

William Alison Anders

Astronaut: Lunar module pilot for Apollo 8

  • Lunar module pilot for Apollo 8
  • US Ambassador to Norway
  • Chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Captain Alan L. Bean

Captain Alan L. Bean

Man’s second lunar landing.

  • Science - Outer Space
  • Fourth Man to Walk on the Moon
  • Science - Outer Space/NASA
Major General Charles F. Bolden Jr.

Major General Charles F. Bolden Jr.

Astronaut: He traveled to orbit four times aboard the space shuttle between 1986 and 1994, commanding two of the missions.

  • STS 61-C, STS-31 (Hubble Space Telescope)
Frank Borman

Frank Borman

Frank Borman led the first team of American astronauts to circle the moon, extending man's horizons into space.

  • Gemini 7, Apollo 8
Vance Devoe Brand

Vance Devoe Brand

Apollo 15 and Skylabs: logged 746 hours in space

  • Apollo-Soyuz, Challenger
Daniel Charles Brandenstein

Daniel Charles Brandenstein

Commanded the crew aboard Discovery deploying four satellites and retrieving SPARTAN

  • Challenger, Discovery STS-8, STS 32, STS 49
  • Commanded the crew aboard Discovery deploying four satellites
Colonel,  Kenneth D. Cameron, USMC,

Colonel, Kenneth D. Cameron, USMC,

Pilot on STS-37 and commander on STS-56 and STS-74. His most recent space flight was STS-74, NASA's second Space Shuttle mission to rendezvous and dock with MIR, and the first mission to use the Shuttle to assemble a module and attach it to a Space Statio

  • STS 37, STS 56
  • His technical assignments have included work on Tethered Satellite Payload
  • Russian training in Soyuz and Mir spacecraft
Richard Oswalt Covey

Richard Oswalt Covey

Astronaut

  • STS51-1, STS 26, STS 38
Captain John Oliver Creighton

Captain John Oliver Creighton

Creighton participated in all the key decisions following the Challenger disaster helping to shape the plan for resuming safe manned space flight.

  • Logged over 6,000 hours flying time, the majority of it in jet fighters, and has completed 500 carrier landings and 175 combat missions.
  • Creighton the astronaut representative to the Shuttle Program Manager

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