A person accuses the famous astronaut of not landing on the moon
If Google Earth ever stops working, at least we know why. This astronaut's camera floated into the damn satellite.
Gordon Cooper once a NASA astronaut describes events that he and other witnessed while in the military, including the landing of a space craft at Edwards AFB in the California desert.
AMO's Advanced CustomVueâ¢ LASIK with the IntraLaseÂ® Method Proves Ready for the Rigors of Space Travel
Advanced Medical Optics, Inc. (AMO) (NYSE: EYE), a global leader in ophthalmic surgical devices and eye care products, today announced that the National Aeronautics and Space Agency (NASA) has approved the company's LASIK technologies for use on U.S. astronauts. The NASA decision was made following review of extensive military clinical data using AMO's Advanced CustomVueâ¢ LASIK with the IntraLaseÂ® Method, which showed the combination of technologies provides superior safety and vision.
Approved for use on consumers almost a decade ago, more than 11 million LASIK procedures have been performed to-date, making it the most-common elective surgical procedure in the U.S. But it wasn't until LASIK developed into an all-laser procedure that NASA approved it for use on pilots, mission and payload specialists who face extreme, physically demanding conditions in space. The all-laser LASIK technologies, which utilize wavefront guided and femtosecond lasers, have also been cleared for U.S. military personnel, including most recently Air Force pilots.
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Jackie and Dunlap on astronauts, aliens, and X-Files.
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Astronaut Greg Chamitoff, aboard the International Space Station 220 miles above Earth, is taking your questions.
Post a video response to this video or visit and submit a question there. Chamitoff's schedule will not allow him to answer many questions, but he will attempt to answer a few each week.