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Mission Control Celebrates
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8/1/08
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Apollo -- January 1970
Apollo -- January 1970
Apollo -- January 1970
7/16/08
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Year 2008
Lunar Lander Exhibit
Lunar Lander Exhibit
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9/25/00
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Year 2000
Apollo 13 Astronaut Fred Haise and Apollo 13 Mission Patch
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4/17/00
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Year 2000
Apollo XIII Astronaut Fred Haise Visits Stennis
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1/1/95
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Year 1995
Leaders break ground for INFINITY
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INFINITY, Gottfried, Jo...
11/20/08
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Apollo 13
Apollo 13
4/13/09
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Apollo 13
Apollo 13
4/13/09
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Apollo 13
Apollo 13
Apollo 13
04/13/1970
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NASA Center Headquarters
Explosive Evidence
Explosive Evidence
Apollo 13
04/17/1970
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NASA Center Johnson Space Center
Apollo 13 Crew on Deck
Apollo 13 Crew on Deck
Apollo 13
04/16/1970
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NASA Center Johnson Space Center
The Original Apollo 13 Prime Crew
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Apollo 13
12/11/1969
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NASA Center Johnson Space Center
Apollo 13 Splashdown
Apollo 13 Splashdown
Apollo 13
04/17/1970
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NASA Center Johnson Space Center
Apollo 13 Recovery Area
Apollo 13 Recovery Area
Apollo 13
04/17/1970
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NASA Center Johnson Space Center
Odyssey On Deck
Odyssey On Deck
Apollo 13
04/17/1970
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NASA Center Johnson Space Center
Mission Control Celebrates
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Apollo 13
04/17/1970
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NASA Center Johnson Space Center
The Actual Apollo 13 Prime Crew
The Actual Apollo 13 Pr...
Apollo 13
04/29/1970
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NASA Center Johnson Space Center
Haise Commands First Enterprise Test Flights
Haise Commands First En...
Space Shuttle
09/17/1976
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NASA Center Johnson Space Center
Apollo 13 Astronauts Practice Moonwalk at KSC
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Apollo 13
02/03/1970
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NASA Center Kennedy Space Center
Apollo 13 Astronauts on the U.S.S. Iwo Jima
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Apollo 13
04/17/1970
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NASA Center Headquarters
Apollo 13 EVA Walk-Through
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Apollo 13
1/28/1970
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NASA Center Kennedy Space Center
Apollo 13 Senate Space Committee Hearings
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Apollo 13
04/24/1970
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NASA Center Headquarters
Interior View of the Apollo 13 Lunar Module and the "Mailbox
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Apollo 13
04/17/1970
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NASA Center Johnson Space Center
Astronaut John Swigert with "Mailbox
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Apollo 13
04/17/1970
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NASA Center Johnson Space Center
Shepard Next to Modular Equipment Transporter
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Apollo 14
02/05/1971
NASA Edgar Mitchell
 
NASA Center Johnson Space Center
Apollo 13 Crew at Press Conference
Apollo 13 Crew at Press...
1970-01-01
 
Damage to Apollo 13
Damage to Apollo 13
1970-04-01
 
Apollo 13 Launch
Apollo 13 Launch
1970-04-11
 
Gene Kranz Visits Marshall Space Flight Center
Gene Kranz Visits Marsh...
2006-10-19
 
Apollo 13 Crew Returns Home
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1970-04-17
 
Fred W. Haise Jr. was a research pilot and an astronaut for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration from 1959 to 1979. He began flying at the Lewis Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio (today the Glenn Research Center), in 1959. He became a research pilot at the NASA Flight Research Center (FRC), Edwards, Calif., in 1963, serving NASA in that position for three years until being selected to be an astronaut in 1966 His best-known assignment at the FRC (later redesignated the Dryden Flight Research Center) was as a lifting body pilot. Shortly after flying the M2-F1 on a car tow to about 25 feet on April 22, 1966, he was assigned as an astronaut to the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. While at the FRC he had also flown a variety of other research and support aircraft, including the variable-stability T-33A to simulate the M2-F2 heavyweight lifting body, some light aircraft including the Piper PA-30 to evaluate their handling qualities, the Apache helicopter, the Aero Commander, the Cessna 310, the Douglas F5D, the Lockheed F-104 and T-33, the Cessna T-37, and the Douglas C-47. After becoming an astronaut, Haise served as a backup crewmember for the Apollo 8, 11, and 16 missions. He flew on the aborted Apollo 13 lunar mission in 1970, spending 142 hours and 54 minutes in space before returning safely to Earth. In 1977, he was the commander of three free flights of the Space Shuttle prototype Enterprise when it flew its Approach and Landing Tests at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif. Meanwhile, from April 1973 to January 1976, Haise served as the Technical Assistant to the Manager of the Space Shuttle Orbiter Project. In 1979, he left NASA to become the Vice President for Space Programs with the Grumman Aerospace Corporation. He then served as President of Grumman Technical Services, an operating division of Northrop Grumman Corporation, from January 1992 until his retirement. Haise was born in Biloxi, Miss., on November 14, 1933. He underwent flight training with the U.S. Navy, completing that in 1954 and becoming a fighter pilot in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1954 to 1956. He also served as a tactical fighter pilot with the U.S. Air Force from October 1961 to August 1962. Meanwhile, he graduated with a bachelor of science in aeronautical engineering from the University of Oklahoma in 1959. Later, he graduated from the U. S. Air Force Aerospace Research Pilot School at Edwards Air Force Base in 1964 as its outstanding graduate. He is an Associate Fellow of the AIAA and Fellow of the Society of Experimental Test Pilots. Among his awards are the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Haley Astronautics Award, the General Thomas D. White Space Trophy, the NASA Distinguished Service Medal, the NASA Exceptional Service Medal, and the NASA Special Achievement Award.
Research pilot Fred Hai...
April 7, 1966
 
Description Fred W. Haise Jr. was a research pilot and an astronaut for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration from 1959 to 1979. He began flying at the Lewis Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio (today the Glenn Research Center), in 1959. He became a research pilot at the NASA Flight Research Center (FRC), Edwards, Calif., in 1963, serving NASA in that position for three years until being selected to be an astronaut in 1966 His best-known assignment at the FRC (later redesignated the Dryden Flight Research Center) was as a lifting body pilot. Shortly after flying the M2-F1 on a car tow to about 25 feet on April 22, 1966, he was assigned as an astronaut to the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. While at the FRC he had also flown a variety of other research and support aircraft, including the variable-stability T-33A to simulate the M2-F2 heavyweight lifting body, some light aircraft including the Piper PA-30 to evaluate their handling qualities, the Apache helicopter, the Aero Commander, the Cessna 310, the Douglas F5D, the Lockheed F-104 and T-33, the Cessna T-37, and the Douglas C-47. After becoming an astronaut, Haise served as a backup crewmember for the Apollo 8, 11, and 16 missions. He flew on the aborted Apollo 13 lunar mission in 1970, spending 142 hours and 54 minutes in space before returning safely to Earth. In 1977, he was the commander of three free flights of the Space Shuttle prototype Enterprise when it flew its Approach and Landing Tests at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif. Meanwhile, from April 1973 to January 1976, Haise served as the Technical Assistant to the Manager of the Space Shuttle Orbiter Project. In 1979, he left NASA to become the Vice President for Space Programs with the Grumman Aerospace Corporation. He then served as President of Grumman Technical Services, an operating division of Northrop Grumman Corporation, from January 1992 until his retirement. Haise was born in Biloxi, Miss., on November 14, 1933. He underwent flight training with the U.S. Navy, completing that in 1954 and becoming a fighter pilot in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1954 to 1956. He also served as a tactical fighter pilot with the U.S. Air Force from October 1961 to August 1962. Meanwhile, he graduated with a bachelor of science in aeronautical engineering from the University of Oklahoma in 1959. Later, he graduated from the U. S. Air Force Aerospace Research Pilot School at Edwards Air Force Base in 1964 as its outstanding graduate. He is an Associate Fellow of the AIAA and Fellow of the Society of Experimental Test Pilots. Among his awards are the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Haley Astronautics Award, the General Thomas D. White Space Trophy, the NASA Distinguished Service Medal, the NASA Exceptional Service Medal, and the NASA Special Achievement Award.
Research pilot and form...
Research pilot and form...
04/30/2005
 
The Moon and All the Crashes
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July 2000
 
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Damage to Apollo 13
Damage to Apollo 13
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The Moon and All the Crashes
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Lunar Farside from Apollo 13
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1970
 
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Damage to Apollo 13
Damage to Apollo 13
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1970
 
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A Meteoric View of Apollo 13
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Apollo 14 on the Moon
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Alan B. Shepard, Jr.
February 1971
 
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Earth Rise
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Apollo 13 emblem
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Apollo 13 prime crew portrait
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Apollo 13 Command Module recovery after splashdown
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President Nixon and Apollo 13 crewmen at Hickam AFB
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Apollo 13 Command Module recovery after splashdown
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President Nixon speaks at Hickam AFB prior to presenting Medal of Freedom
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President Nixon at Hickam AFB congratulates Astronaut James Lovell
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Apollo 13 Service Module and Lunar Module as entering Earth's atmosphere
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Astronauts James Lovell uses scoop from ALHT during simulation
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Astronauts Lovell and Haise during simulation of lunar traverse at Hawaii
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