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John L. (Jack) Swigert; Apollo 13

, (August 1931 – December was a NASA astronaut, one of the 24 persons who have flown to the Moon.

The Display & Keyboard (DSKY) mounted in the Main Display Console of the Apollo 13 spacecraft, Odyssey. Note the gimbal lock display in the second row. Credit: NASA/The Apollo Flight Journal

The Apollo spacecraft computers; less computing power than a cell phone (!

Jack Swigert. Apollo 13. Read this tribute to Jack by Jeffrey Strickland on LinkedIn. http://www.linkedin.com/pulse/houston-we-have-problem-jeffrey-strickland-ph-d-cmsp

Former NASA astronaut Jack Swigert, Apollo 13 command module pilot, wearing his GMT-Master.

Vintage NASA illustrations show the differences among Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo spacecrafts.

I Liked Article Vintage NASA illustrations show the differences among Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo spacecrafts.

May 13, 1969 – Astronaut Gene Cernan during preparations for the launch of Apollo 10. (NASA)

May 1969 – Astronaut Gene Cernan during preparations for the launch of Apollo (NASA)

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)

Michael Collins, Apollo 11 (1969)

Michael Collins, NASA astronaut on Apollo 11 and Gemini USAF Brigadier General, test pilot,

Apollo 11 astronauts Armstrong, Collins, Aldrin

Apollo 11 astronauts, Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins & 'Buzz' Aldrin, a preflight photo in

Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin – The Second Man on the Moon

It was on July 1969 that the world huddled around their black and white TV sets to watch Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walk on the moon. Aldrin, a native New Jerseyan, was the second man to walk upon the lunar service.

November 14, 1969 — Apollo 12 astronauts Dick Gordon, Alan Bean, and Pete Conrad suit-up a 10-day odyssey to the Moon and back. (NASA)

November 1969 — Apollo 12 astronauts Dick Gordon, Alan Bean, and Pete Conrad suit-up a odyssey to the Moon and back.

These Apollo 11 Mission Photos Will Transport You Back To A Remarkable Day In History

PHOTOS: Rare Glimpses Of Historic Apollo 11 Mission

Apollo 11 astronaut crew from left: Neil A. Armstrong, Michael Collins, and…

The Apollo 10 Crew. From left to right: Eugene A. Cernan, Thomas P. Stafford and John W. Young.  Credit: NASA

The prime crew of the Apollo 10 lunar orbit mission at the Kennedy Space Center. They are from left to right: Lunar Module pilot, Eugene A. Cernan, Commander, Thomas P. Stafford, and Command Module pilot John W. Image # : Date: April 1969

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