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Wernher Von Braun Autographed Memorabilia Color Space Photo 6 1/2" X 8". Wernher von Braun was a German rocket scientist who helped build the massive rockets that sent American astronauts to the moon in the years after World War II. Born and raised in Germany, von Braun studied physics in Berlin and began building rockets in the 1930s. When the German army took over all rocket programs, von Braun went to work for the government, eventually joining the Nazi party and becoming an officer in the S.S. During the war he developed the V-2 rocket, the German ballistic missile used on British civilians toward the end of the war. At the close of the war, von Braun surrendered to the Americans, who put him to work on their own ballistic missile program. During the 1950s his prominence in the rocket program and his skill at self-promotion made him an American celebrity, but whispered tales of his Nazi past never quite dissipated. He was instrumental in the development of the U.S. space program, and, with William Pickering and James Van Allen, led the group that in 1958 developed the first American satellite, Explorer I. Von Braun was chosen in 1960 to direct NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center, where he worked on the Saturn V rocket, the launch system that carried Neil Armstrong and others to the moon. Von Braun left NASA in 1972 and went to work in the private sector, but cancer forced him to retire in January of 1977; he died six months later. The photo has been autographed on the back by Wernher Von Braun with a fountain pen in brown...............BOTH PHOTO AND AUTOGRAPH ARE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION.
24 Jul 2021
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Moon Luck by Wayne Scott Harral is a sci-fi novel with hints of mystery and thriller in the mix. In this story, which takes place in 2039, 30 astronauts are exploring the moon for potential human habitation in the future. As they go about their respective tasks, one of the astronauts dies in what appears to be an accident - or was it? Is it murder if it happens on the moon? Unlock the mystery of the astronaut’s death in Wayne Scott Harral’s Moon Luck.
9 Jul 2021
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This year’s Olympic Games have begun, and now it's even easier to join in on the fun with the SEGA of America Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 - The Official Video Game, on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Steam for PC, and Google Stadia. The game features 18 different fun-fueled Olympic events, with an Avatar Creator for players to create the Olympic athlete of their dreams. Choose from more than 50 different colorful wardrobe options, including traditional country outfits or imaginative costumes like pirates, astronauts, and many more. Players can even suit up as Sonic the Hedgehog or Miraitowa, the official mascot of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
29 Jul 2021
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A person accuses the famous astronaut of not landing on the moon
9 Apr 2006
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If Google Earth ever stops working, at least we know why. This astronaut's camera floated into the damn satellite.
19 Dec 2006
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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.
2 Mar 2007
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AMO's Advanced CustomVue™ LASIK with the IntraLase® 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 CustomVue™ LASIK with the IntraLase® 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.
22 Sep 2007
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This tells you everything abot how to become an astronaut in this very life time for real
23 Nov 2007
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God Is An Astronaut Radau (Live) Album "Far From Refuge" 2007
9 Mar 2008
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Lunar robot carries astronauts' home on its back
28 Apr 2009
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Skate skate skate... The Ballad of Arch Stanton by Black Astronaut MUSIC
14 Aug 2008
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Surfing, Surf, Big Wave, Black Astronaut, My Design
31 Oct 2008
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The song Samus Aran by Black Astronaut to clips from "Thundercats: The Beginning"
20 Feb 2009
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Jackie and Dunlap on astronauts, aliens, and X-Files. Red State Update's First CD is available Now! Get it here: *******www.redstateupdate****
20 Aug 2008
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*******www.enzoology**** - A preview of "Enzo's Life In Space" this short clip shows how astronauts deal with zero gravity on the International Space Station.
24 Aug 2008
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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.
1 Oct 2008
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