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118. Apollo 13 – 50 Years Later with Astronaut Fred Haise
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Interview with astronaut Fred Haise, the lunar module pilot of Apollo 13! 50 years ago the world witnessed the amazing story of Apollo 13, launched on April 11, 1970. Two days into the mission, an explosion in one of the oxygen tanks prevented the three astronauts, Commander Jim Lovell, Command Module Pilot Jack Swigert and... The post 118. Apollo 13 – 50 Years Later with Astronaut Fred Haise appeared first on Your Online Coffee Break podcast.
12. Apollo 13 – 50 Years Later with Astronaut Fred Haise
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Interview with astronaut Fred Haise, the lunar module pilot of Apollo 13! 50 years ago the world witnessed the amazing story of Apollo 13, launched on April 11, 1970. Two days into the mission, an explosion in one of the oxygen tanks prevented the three astronauts, Commander Jim Lovell, Command Module Pilot Jack Swigert and...
Become an official Patreon member today: www.patreon.com/ttmwagThis week, Andrew speaks with Apollo 13 Astronaut, Fred Haise. to have him on. We talk about what the space program was like in the 1960s and how he became an astronaut. He tells me what is was like when he found out that he was chosen to go to the moon. Now we all know the movie Apollo 13 and the line Houston we have a problem but Fred tells the truth about what really happened and what the movie gets wrong, including that line. Fred explains why the Apollo program stopped after Apollo 17 and why NASA hasn’t gone back to the moon.Check out my website for more content: www.ttmwag.com
Wanja and Scott from CCSSC: Fred Haise and Kevin J. Anderson Are Coming
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Wanja and Scott from CCSSC fill in for Shawn and talk with Wes and Scott about UFO sightings by Navy pilots plus two big upcoming events at CSU including Apollo 13 astronaut Fred Haise and Star Wars author Kevin J. Anderson
AviatorCast: Apollo 13- Jim Lovell | Fred Haise | Milton Windler | Bill Reeves
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Today’s Flight Plan At Oshkosh, I was able to get a front row seat to see the Apollo 13 Astronauts and others that helped in their missions. Jim Lovell, Fred Haise, Milston Windler and Bill Reeves were all on hand to talk about this iconic mission in NASA history. We all know Apollo 13 from it’s Hollywood depiction which was portrayed by Tom Hanks, Bill Paxton, and Kevin Bacon. Without argument behind one of the best space films of all time, there is a widespread appreciation for the impossible task these would-be moon walkers had to go through just to get back home. What an amazing, amazing mission. I was privileged to be abled to sit front row and witness this incredible panel. The audio isn’t the best, but I do hope you’re able to get something out of it. Useful Links Apollo 13 Wikipedia Apollo 13 The Movie Credits EAA Credit for this broadcast goes to EAA, who put on this presentation. Crew Major thanks to the amazing Angle of Attack Crew for all their hard work over the years. Our team works incredibly hard, and they’re very passionate about what they do. Now What? iTunes Subscribe Want to get regular updates through iTunes? This is the easiest way to automatically download your podcast, and take it on the go. Make sure to SUBSCRIBE HERE. Email Signup Want us to let you know via email when episodes of AviatorCast are released? We can do that, too. SIGNUP ABOVE. Get Started Today! Want to get started with some of our video training? Go to our main page and signup for Aviator90 (our basic and free course) or other pay products we have. Transcript [transcript] [/transcript] The post AviatorCast: Apollo 13- Jim Lovell | Fred Haise | Milton Windler | Bill Reeves appeared first on Angle of Attack.