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NASA Astronaut Group 7 print that page

NASA Astronaut Group 7 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Main article: List of astronauts by selection Astronaut Group 7 , referred to in some documents as the USAF MOL Transfer , was announced by NASA on August 14, 1969, and was the last | 2011/4/13 19:53:22

NASA Astronaut Group 3 print that page

A chart showing Group 3 assignments in Gemini and Apollo in relation to assignments from other astronaut groups. It shows how the surviving members of this group flew on Apollo, providing more moonwalkers than any other group (four), with half of the group (seven) making it to lunar orbit | 2011/4/12 20:54:12

NASA Astronaut Group 21 print that page


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Canadian Space Agency print that page


funded by Canada, was launched by the American National Aeronautics and Space Administration ( NASA ) from Vandenberg AFB in California . The technical excellence of the satellite, which lasted for ten years instead of the expected one, prompted the further study of the ionosphere with

Space Shuttle print that page


The Space Shuttle was a manned orbital rocket and spacecraft system operated by NASA on 135 missions from 1981 to 2011. The system combined rocket launch, orbital spacecraft, and re-entry spaceplane with modular add-ons. Major missions included launching numerous satellites and interplanetary

NASA Astronaut Group 2 print that page

From the Earth to the Moon depicts the first meeting of the New Nine. [ edit ] External links Astronaut Groups One and Two from Great Images in NASA v · d · e NASA Astronaut Group 2, "The New Nine, The Next Nine, The Nifty Nine", 1962 Neil Armstrong   · Frank | 2011/4/21 23:54:07

NASA Astronaut Group 8 print that page


NASA's Astronaut Group 8 was the first selection in nine years of astronaut candidates since Group 7 in August 1969. Due to the long delay between the last Apollo lunar mission in 1972 and the first flight of the Space Shuttle in 1981, few astronauts from the older groups stayed with

NASA Astronaut Group 4 print that page


NASA Astronaut Group 4 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Group photo Main article: List of astronauts by selection Astronaut Group 4 ( The Scientists ) was the fourth group of astronauts selected by NASA in June 1965. While the astronauts

NASA Astronaut Corps print that page

The NASA Astronaut Corps is a unit of the United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA ) that selects, trains, and provides astronauts as crew members for U.S. and international space missions. Contents 1 History 2 Organization 2.1 Salary 3 Qualifications | 2011/5/18 21:20:17

NASA Astronaut Group 16 print that page

NASA's Astronaut Group 16 was announced by NASA on 1 May 1996. The class was nicknamed "The Sardines" for being such a large class, humorously implying that their training sessions would be as tightly packed as sardines in a can. These 44 candidates were in fact the largest astronaut class | 2011/7/22 1:27:53