Captain Jim Lovell reacts to Blue Origin’s launch to space
Jim Lovell, former NASA astronaut and Apollo 13 commander, joins Bob Sirott to talk about the launch of Blue Origin’s New Shepard and the future of human exploration to space. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3858166/Capt_Jim_Lovell_072021_2021-07-20-143406.64kmono.mp3 Lift off: Blue Origin’s Bezos becomes latest billionaire in space
Apollo 13's Captain Jim Lovell on Staying Mentally Strong (ep. 366)
Live Inspired Podcast with John O'Leary
Captain Jim Lovell has travelled further into space than any other person and is one of only three to travel to the moon twice. Possibly even more profound, he has witnessed more than 260 sunrises from space. Infamously the mission meant to be his third trip to the moon, Apollo 13, was cut short when a tank exploded. When I first spoke to Jim in July of 2018, I was in awe – he has been a hero of mine since I was a boy. Today, I revisit parts of that historic conversation because it has never been more relevant. As we're each faced with our own unique challenges today, let Jim’s guidance on staying mentally strong in the face of unforeseen adversity inspire you. SHOW NOTES: When the odds are that long, how do you respond? “We thought about what we had to overcome, specifically: We had to figure out how to get back on course to get home. We had to decide what we had to turn off to save critical energy. We had to realize that each time we, we were slowly poisoning ourselves with carbon dioxide. We had to learn how to connect our current system to the old one because they weren’t built to connect. Did you enjoy Jim Lovell's adventurous spirit? Listen to our entire conversation including what inspired his dream of going to space, meeting his wife and so much more on Live Inspired Podcast ep. 90.
Jim Lovell was the commander of the three-man crew, whose mission was to land on the Moon. But just two days into the mission, something went terribly wrong. Tom Hanks, who played Jim Lovell in the movie Apollo 13, uttered the words that have become a catchphrase. But in the moment when level actually said those words, he and his crew mates were dangerously close to death. In 1994, Jim Lovell co-authored a book about the Apollo 13 mission, and that's when I met him.
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Bonus Episode 1 | My Final Day on the Air with Jim Lovell & Cass Ingram
Nutrition NUTZ, with Jim Wilk C.N.C.
Before this podcast was started, I hosted a live on-air weekly radio program known as 'Holly Hill Health Hour' at a Philadelphia area radio station for fifteen years. This bonus episode is an abbreviated version of the final broadcast at the station. Joining me on this episode are two industry experts, Dr. Cass Ingram (wild medicinal spice extracts) and pharmacist Jim Lovell (aged garlic extracts), to speak about some of the overall health benefits that the products they champion can provide.
Best wishes to SpaceX's Demo-2 mission, particularly Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, on the big launch today.This launch may not be getting the attention of some past missions. Which is reminiscent of Apollo 13. I hope this mission is safe and successful for all involved.Here is our interview with Captain Jim Lovell recently on the 50th anniversary of that historic mission: Apollo 13.
Special episode with Apollo 13 Commander Jim Lovell. An extended interview.The true space pioneer talks to Kevin Fong about everything from the shocking moment of the explosion to the enormous relief of the splashdown.#13MinutestotheMoonTheme music by Hans Zimmer and Christian Lundberg for Bleeding Fingers Music
Space Rocket History #88 – Gemini XII With Jim Lovell and and Edwin (Buzz) Aldrin – Part 3
Space Rocket History Archive
We left off last week after Buzz Aldrin’s third and final EVA. The hard work for the Gemini 12 mission was now complete. Even with the problems with the radar, the Agena main engines, and the fuel cells, Gemini XII as a whole had gone very well…
Space Rocket History #87 – Gemini XII With Jim Lovell and and Edwin (Buzz) Aldrin – Part 2
Space Rocket History Archive
In space, Jim and Buzz began to wonder if everything had been shut down too soon. For 25 minutes, with one brief exception, they heard nothing from the ground. The Ascension Island tracking station had the wrong acquisition time, so its communicators had not talked with the astronauts…