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61. The Space Review: Review: The Wonder Of It All
The participants are Buzz Aldrin, Al Bean, gene cernan, Charlie Duke, Ed Mitchell, Jack Schmitt, and John Young. Neil Armstrong apparently would have
Review: The Wonder of It All
by Ronald A. Wells
Monday, November 12, 2007
Apollo Lunar Surface Journal . Various books by and about the astronauts have also been published. The Wonder of it All In the Shadow of the Moon (see , The Space Review, September 24, 2007). It is worthwhile in this discussion, however, to draw a few distinctions between the two because they approach their subjects differently. A major thematic difference between Wonder and Shadow is that the former is more people-oriented, whereas the latter is more mission-oriented. A principal marketing difference is that Shadow already has a limited theatrical release. Wonder , which was also shot in high definition using a Sony camera that provided an HD, 1808i, 16:9 format, is still seeking distribution. Thus, the producers have several options available for circulation, including a theatrical release. It is currently being shown around the country at special presentations at science museums and similar venues, a few introduced by some of the Apollo astronauts. The film premiered at the Newport Beach Film Festival last April, and was also selected for viewing at the Worldfest Houston, Rhode Island, Edmonton, and Bergen International Film Festivals. It has already received multiple honors, among them a Remi Award. Although at present available to limited audiences, a DVD release of the movie is being planned, and the author was fortunate to be sent an advanced copy for review. A major thematic difference between Wonder and Shadow is that the former is more people-oriented, whereas the latter is more mission-oriented.

62. Retired Astronaut Eugene Cernan Visits Torino Olympics
gene cernan’s first voyage into space was on the Gemini 9 mission, launched on June 3, 1966, during which he made a record 2 hour 10 minutes space walk.
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    Retired Astronaut Eugene Cernan Visits Torino Olympics Omega Corporation On December 11, 1972, the Apollo 17 crew were the last men to set foot on the moon. While Ronald Evans manned the command module in orbit around the moon, Commander Eugene Cernan and his crewmate, scientist Harrison Schmidt drobe the lunar buggy 21 miles over the lunar surface, gathering samples. As they departed, they left behind a plaque that reads: "Here Man completed his first exploration of the Moon, December 1972 A.D. May the spirit of peace in which we came be reflected in the lives of all mankind." The last to leave the surface to ascend into the lunar module was Eugene Cernan who stated, "America's challenge of today has forged man's destiny of tomorrow." Recently, Eugene Cernan, now retired from NASA, visited Torino, Italy as a guest of the Omega corporation, Official Timekeeper of the Torino 2006 Olympic Winter Games. Mr. Cernan called his adventures with NASA and Apollo 17 "my own Olympic Games." He compared similarities between the achievement of athletes who train for years and overcome enormous obstacles to reach the Olympic Games with Apollo 17. The similarity was also evident, he said, "in the athletes’ desire to share an exceptional achievement with their fans and fellow countrymen and with the team that made their performance possible."

    63. Last Man On The Moon Sang On The Moon: Cernan And Schmitt - AOL Video
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    64. Profiles In History Auction 28 Catalog Available Online At Original Prop Blog
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    65. Collection Index
    Headed For The Last Parking Lot, gene cernan at the Lunar Rover Mankind Rock (1993), gene cernan with a Rock to be Shared with the World
    Collection Index
    Gallery concept and scans by Ulrich Lotzmann
    Gallery layout by Ulrich Lotzmann, Eric Jones, and Ken Glover
    Last revised 25 March 2007. TITLE DESCRIPTION ROOM(S) DATE LUNAR PAINTINGS American, The Portrait of Gene Cernan Godspeed American Success Story, An Portrait of John Young Six Flags America's Team: We're Number 1 Neil Armstrong Celebrating Celebration America's Team...Just The Beginning Space Center Houston Mural Celebration Apollo, an Explorer-Artist's Vision Moonscapes in colors Explorer-Artist's Vision Repainted c.2003 Apollo Moon Full Moon In the Moonlight Apollo 13 ... Houston, We Have A Problem Explosion in the Service Module A Space Odyssey Begins Armstrong, Aldrin, And An American Eagle Final Descent For All Mankind
    Home Away from Home
    Astronauta Optimus Maximus Portrait of Pete Conrad Recent Paintings - 2006
    Pete - An Original
    Astronaut's Journey, An Jack Schmitt in Motion On the Move Beyond A Young Boy's Dream Portrait of Al Bean Stars and Stripes Big Al And His Rickshaw Al Shepard with Lunar Core A Long Way
    Wheels on Lunar Dust
    Carrying Out ALSEP Al Bean Moves Slowly and Carefully In the Name of Science Ceremony On The Plain At Hadley Scott and Irwin Honor the U.S. Flag

    66. Celebrities Bot Directory
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    67. RLV And Space Transport News » Briefs: DARPA Falcon; Cernan On Lunar Plans; Pea
    gene cernan discusses lunar exploration with Rob Coppinger gene cernan, commander of the last Apollo mission talks exclusively to Flight about latest Moon

    68. TUNNEY, Gene,
    Video 301 min June 3,1966 - Tom Stafford and gene cernan return safely to Earth after their successful journey in Gemini 9. The mission was labeled a

    69. Bombardier Aerospace Congratulates Eugene A. Cernan, 2007 Wright
    “Bombardier is proud of its association with gene cernan,” said Pierre Beaudoin, President and Chief Executive Officer, Bombardier Aerospace.

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      This news was published on Monday, December 17th, 2007 and is archived under Captain Cernan was selected for his extraordinary lifetime of achievements. As an astronaut during the early years of the space program, Cernan voyaged into outer space three times. One of 14 astronauts selected by NASA in October 1963, he helped pilot the Gemini IX mission in 1966 and became the second American to walk in space. Captain Eugene A. Cernan is president and chief executive officer of the Cernan Corporation, a space-related technology and marketing consulting firm. He is the former chairman of Johnson Engineering Corporation, a NASA contractor, prior to its acquisition by SPACEHAB Inc. Source: Bombardier
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    70. Pireps-January
    National Aeronautic Association Pres Jonathan Gaffney (L) presents the 2007 Wright Brothers Memorial Trophy to gene cernan.
    GAO calls for runway incursion prevention
    Adam Aircraft has obtained FAA type inspection authorization (TIA) for the A700. This designation allows the company to begin flight tests toward achieving type certification. APA (Centennial, Denver CO)-based Adam will dedicate 4 aircraft to perform TIA-related checks, including engine handling characteristics, environmental testing and severe weather trials in elements such as snow, freezing rain and extreme temperatures. Pres Duncan Koerbel says the A700 is on target for FAA certification in 2008.
    Cessna has finalized its acquisition of Columbia Aircraft.
    Hawker Beechcraft has received FAA certification for the King Air B200GT.
    Honda Aero has started construction on its $27-million corporate headquarters and engine plant at BUY (Burlington NC). Dedicated to building the GE Honda HF120 turbofan that will power the HondaJet, the 102,400 sq ft complex will include 36,000 sq ft of offices, 58,400 sq ft for production and an 8000 sq ft engine test cell. It will employ around 70 people. Honda has also completed its first proof-of-concept test run for the HF120, which has also been selected for the Spectrum S40 Freedom. Certification of the HF120 is scheduled for 2009 with production beginning the following year. Honda anticipates manufacturing around 200 engines annually within a year of first production.
    Aerion has received letters of intent representing $1.5 billion in potential orders for its supersonic business jet (SSBJ).

    71. Purdue University E-Archives Search Results
    Eugene cernan book signing, cernan, Eugene; Astronauts; weekend where Purdue hosted 21 Astronaut Alums Including Neil Armstrong and gene cernan,

    72. Where On The Moon Is Jack Schmitt's Hammer?
    First, look at AS17143-21938 to see gene cernan s first image after the hammer throw (sorry, there are no images of Schmitt actually in mid throw,
    Where on the Moon is Jack Schmitt's Hammer?
    One of the last things that Harrison H. "Jack" Schmitt did while on the surface of the moon at the end of the last lunar EVA of the Apollo program was to throw their one and only Geology hammer off into the distance. Where did the only Geology Hammer ever to be carried on the moon by a professional Geologist actually end up? (Apologies in advance - most of these images are a bit on the large side and are slow loading over even faster modem lines.... Also, click on your browsers's "Back" button after viewing the images to return to this document.) Here is an image from the Apollo Lunar Surface Journal showing Jack Schmitt most likely right after throwing his hammer off in the general direction of the ALSEP site to the west of the LM. Luckily, this image is found just after the end of a sequence of images that tell us the story of the flight of his hammer. Here is an exerpt from the Apollo Lunar Surface Journal of the discussion surrounding the hammer throw: Schmitt: Let me have your camera (to put in the ETB). Go ahead (and talk). (Noticing that Gene is about to throw the hammer) Oh, the poor little...Let me throw the hammer.

    73. 2x4misc - Space Collectibles
    Revell Gemini Space Capsule model signed by gene cernan. Last Man on the Moon First Edition signed by gene cernan and Don Davis.
    Astronaut Autographs and Collectibles
  • International Space Station - Russian Medals in wooden box.
    NASA Publications
    Mercury Collection - Results of Manned Missions
  • Results of the Project Mercury Ballistic and Orbital Chimpanzee Flights
  • Second United States Manned Sub-Orbital Flight MR-4 - Gus Grissom - 58 pages
  • First United States Manned Orbital Flight NASA 1962 signed by J. H. Glenn, Jr.
  • Second United States Manned Orbital Flight NASA SP-6, 1962 signed by Scott Carpenter
  • Third United States Manned Orbital Flight NASA SP-12, 1962 signed by Wally Schirra
  • Fourth United States Manned Orbital Flight NASA SP-45, 1963 signed Gordon Cooper, Scott Carpenter and Wally Schirra
  • This New Ocean - The History of Project Mercury NASA SP-4201, 1966 - 481 pages, illustrated hard cover, mint condition. Signed by John Glenn - Gordon Cooper - Wally Schirra - Scott Carpenter on the title page. This is the story of the First US Manned Space program, the rockets, spacecraft, astronauts covering the Project from the mid-fifties. I obtained these from in-person events.
  • 1959 Research Progress - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  • X-15 Research At The Edge of Space EP-9 1964 Signed by Scott Crossfield
  • The X-15 Research Airplane 1961 EP-? (Black Cover) Signed by Scott Crossfield
  • 74. Apollo 17 35mm Photos
    Portrait of gene cernan in the Command Module during the outbound trip. .. Portrait of gene cernan with small U.S. flag and Apollo 17 mission patch.
    Eric Hartwell's InfoDabble
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    Apollo 17 35mm Photos
    Apollo 17 Image Library - Magazines 157/VV, 162/SS, 163/TT
    Thumbnails by Eric Hartwell - January 12, 2006
    Eric M. Jones
    . Reproduced by permission.
    These 35mm photos are available from the Apollo 17 Image Library of the Apollo Lunar Surface Journal but have not been processed by the Apollo Image Atlas . I thought it would be handy to add thumbnail images to the index for these three magazines. "Some images are currently available only as low-resolution scans provided by NASA Johnson in the mid-1990s. The individual scans have TARGA filenames. Markus Mehring has compiled cross-references between those filenames and the NASA photo ID designations customarily used. Other images are available as higher resolution scans from prints and, unless otherwise credited, were provided by Kipp Teague. Beginning in 2004, NASA began to provide scans from original film and, as they become available to the ALSJ, we are using them to replace all prior versions. These are presented at 300 dpi equivalent and are labeled "OF300"."
    Apollo 17 Image Library
    Magazine 162/SS (Color) Rev 15, Frames 24035-24106

    75. Apollo18a's Xanga Site
    Tom Stafford and gene cernan, Gemini 9. Dick Gordon, Gemini 11 . gene cernan, Apollo 17, 24 x 30 photo. gene cernan, Apollo 17. gene cernan, Apollo 17

    76. [Don West Broadcasting And Cable Photo Archive], UM Libraries
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    77. Space Memorabilia, Space Collectibles, Astronaut Autographs, Aerospace Autograph
    From artwork to photographs and books all are autographed by astronauts like John Glenn, Wally Schirra, Alan Bean, Jim Lovell and gene cernan or astronomers
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    Here is your opportunity to start or add to your space history or autograph collection! From artwork to photographs and books all are autographed by astronauts like John Glenn, Wally Schirra, Alan Bean, Jim Lovell and Gene Cernan or astronomers like Dr. Alan Hale and Thomas Bopp. What you see at our Web Site is just a partial list of the many space autographs, collectables and relics/artifacts that we have available. If you don't see what you're looking for just contact us, we may have it or can get it! We have books written by the following astronauts, John Glenn, Wally Schirra, Jim Lovell, and Gene Cernan. These make great gifts! We now have "Relics of the Space Race" . This new 2nd Edition expansion of the original edition is unquestionably the most complete reference for space collectors and enthusiasts available. It is now over 300 pages and includes a complete autopen guide of every flown pre-Shuttle astronaut. That alone makes it a must have for every astronaut autograph collector . Order RS001 for $24.95 GLENN, John.

    78. Apollo Missions - Questions, Answers, Fun Facts, Information
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    79. Astronaut Bio: Eugene A. Cernan
    Married Jan Nanna cernan. They have three daughters, and one grandchild. His hobbies include love for horses, all competitive sports activities,
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    Houston, Texas 77058 NAME: Eugene A. Cernan (Captain, USN, Ret.)
    NASA Astronaut (former) PERSONAL DATA: Born in Chicago, Illinois, on March 14, 1934. Married - Jan Nanna Cernan. They have three daughters, and one grandchild. His hobbies include love for horses, all competitive sports activities, including hunting, fishing and flying. EDUCATION: ORGANIZATIONS: Fellow, American Astronautical Society; member, Society of Experimental Test Pilots; member, Tau Beta Pi (National Engineering Society), Sigma Xi (National Science Research Society), Phi Gamma Delta (National Social Fraternity), and the Explorer's Club. SPECIAL HONORS: Awarded two NASA Distinguished Service Medals, the NASA Exceptional Service Medal, the JSC Superior Achievement Award, two Navy Distinguished Service Medals, the Navy Astronaut Wings, the Navy Distinguished Flying Cross, the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Special Trustees Award (1969), the Federation Aeronautique Internationale Gold Space Medal for 1972, the Cities of Houston, Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York Gold Medals, the VFW National Space Medal in 1973, Daughters of The American Revolution Medal of Honor, Induction into the U.S. Space Hall of Fame, the Challenger Center's "Salute to the U.S. Space Program" Honor, Slovak World Recognition Award and Slovak Presidential Medal of Honor.

    80. APOD: 2002 December 12 - Apollo 17: Last On The Moon
    Explanation In December of 1972, Apollo 17 astronauts Eugene cernan and Harrison Schmitt spent about 75 hours on the Moon, in the TaurusLittrow valley,
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    Apollo 17 NASA (Image scanned by Kipp Teague Explanation: In December of 1972, Apollo 17 astronauts Eugene Cernan and Harrison Schmitt spent about 75 hours on the Moon, in the Taurus-Littrow valley , while colleague Ronald Evans orbited overhead . Near the beginning of their third and final excursion across the lunar surface , Schmitt took this picture of Cernan flanked by an American flag and their lunar rover's umbrella-shaped high-gain antenna. The prominent Sculptured Hills lie in the background while Schmitt's reflection can just be made out in Cernan's helmet. The Apollo 17 crew returned with 110 kilograms of rock and soil samples, more than from any of the other lunar landing sites . And after thirty years, Cernan and Schmitt are still the last to walk on the Moon.

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