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Failure Was Not An Option: NASA's Apollo 13 Mission of Survival in Pictures

Deke Slayton (in black shirt, left of center) director of flight crew operations, and Chester M. Lee shake hands in Mission Control, while Rocco Petrone watches Apollo 13 commander Jim Lovell on the screen.Image Credit: NASA

Celebration in Mission Control

Deke Slayton (in black shirt, left of center) director of flight crew operations, and Chester M. Lee shake hands in Mission Control, while Rocco Petrone watches Apollo 13 commander Jim Lovell on the screen.

NASA Gemini mission photos.

Rare pics from inside NASA’s Gemini missions (17 Photos)

November 1966 Astronaut Edwin E. Aldrin., Jr takes a selfie while in space on Gemini 12 [4000 × 2766]

A former pro skater is designing a custom house that is completely skateable

November 1966 Astronaut Edwin E., Jr takes a selfie while in space on Gemini 12

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Skylab Orbital Workshop (NASA Archive, by NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center. US's first space station. De-orbited (aka crash burn) in parts landing in Australia. Astronauts left prior to that.

Oct. 11, 1968:  Apollo 7, the first manned Apollo mission, was launched from present-day Cape Canaveral. CBS anchor Walter Cronkite is shown with a model of the Apollo CSM-101 spacecraft.

American broadcast journalist and TV news anchor Walter Cronkite uses a model to help explain NASA's Apollo 7 mission during his coverage of the mission from North American Rockwell Space Center, Houston, Texas, October

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(March Astronauts Neil A. Armstrong and David R. Scott sit with their spacecraft hatches open while awaiting the arrival of the recovery ship, the USS Leonard F. Mason after the successful completion of their Gemini VIII mission.

(03/16/1966) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Gemini 8 astronauts Neil A. Armstrong and David R. Scott prepare to enter the elevator at Complex 19, Cape Kennedy. Photo credit: NASA

Astronauts Neil Armstrong and David Scott prepare to enter elevator at Complex Cape Kennedy.

Launch of the first manned Gemini flight

March 1965 Launch of First Crewed Gemini Flight In a span of 20 months from March 1965 to November NASA developed, tested and flew transformative capabilities and cutting-edge technologies in the Gemini program that paved the way for not only A

Mercury–Atlas 9 rocket and spacecraft at Launch Complex 14 at Cape Canaveral, Fla. in 1963.

Mercury–Atlas 9 rocket and spacecraft at Launch Complex 14 at Cape Canaveral, Fla. in (JPEG Image, 256 × 1024 pixels)

NASA Astronaut Charles Conrad Jr. emerging from the Gemini 11 space capsule Atlantic Ocean landing September 15, 1966. Gemini 11 was the ninth crewed Earth-orbiting spacecraft of the Gemini series, carrying astronauts Charles "Pete" Conrad Jr. and Richard Gordon.

emerging from the Gemini 11 space capsule Atlantic Ocean landing September Gemini 11 was the ninth crewed Earth-orbiting spacecraft of the Gemini series, carrying astronauts Charles "Pete" Conrad Jr. and Richard Gordon.

Rockwell Space Shuttle - NASA | Aviation Photo #0709191 | Airliners.net

The US Space Shuttles: Part 1 The US was the first country to walk on the moon and the first to send a shuttle into space in History were made.

Gemini 1 liftoff - 8APR1964;  NASA photo; Unmanned flight for 4h50m

Gemini 1 launches in 1964 to test the Titan II booster and the uncrewed Gemini capsule

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