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Money & CompanyAstronaut Buzz Aldrin sues Topps for including his likeness in "American Heroes" trading cards...
Of The Morning CallThe Johnsville Centrifuge, at the heart of a new space-themed museum in Bucks County, gave America's earliest astronauts their wildest rides on earth. It tossed, turned and whirled Alan Shepard (first American in space), John Glenn (first American to...
Joseph Gavin, a retired president of the New York aerospace company Grumman who headed its Apollo lunar module program in the 1960s, died Oct. 31 at his home in Amherst, Mass. He was 90. Gavin's death was announced in a statement issued by Los Angeles-...
Orlando's hall-of-fame aviator Joe Kittinger begins his new book with a moment just before he leaped from a balloon nearly 20 miles up at the edge of space. "The disc of the sun is sharp and brilliant against the ebony backdrop of deep space," the...
Associated PressThunderstorms forced NASA to call off shuttle Discovery's launch to the international space station early Tuesday. Launch managers said they would try again Wednesday. The storms popped up unexpectedly late Monday all around the launch site, and...
FOX 5 San Diego Staff40 years ago today, man first stepped on the moon. Those footprints, those images continue to amaze many people. Visitors taking a Monday afternoon to visit the San Diego Air and Space Museum in Balboa Park got a chance to take a look at history. On...
Tribune reporterHumans' first steps on the moon came 40 years ago Monday, a fact you likely know unless you've been living under a moon rock. Of course, you haven't, because for all the wonder of six visits over three and a half years, nobody's been there since....
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FOX 5 San Diego StaffCBS executive says retired CBS anchorman Walter Cronkite, "the most trusted man in America," has died at his home in New York. He was 92. CBS vice president Linda Mason says Cronkite died at 7:42 p.m. after a long illness with his family by his side....
Tags: John F. Kennedy, NASA, Death, CBS Corp., Walter Cronkite
Five months before Neil Armstrong took that famous giant step, Edward Bryant Jr. made an impressive leap of his own. Feb. 10, 1969, marked his first day on the job with Trans World Airlines. And the moment he first set foot in Kennedy Space Center, he...
Jacket CopyPeople these days may recognize Buzz Aldrin as a rapper with Snoop Dogg or a dancer on “Dancing With the Stars,” but first and foremost he is the astronaut who in 1969 was the second man, after Neil Armstrong, to......
Brian H. Mason, a Smithsonian scientist internationally known for his study of meteorites and moon rocks and who was the first to discover that a rock found in Antarctica came from the moon, has died. He was 92. Mason died of renal failure Dec. 3 at...
The Write Stuff - Orlando SentinelWASHINGTON — The war of words over President Barack Obama’s new plan for NASA continued this week when more than 50 ex-astronauts, aerospace businessmen and scientists signed a letter supporting his proposal to replace the space shuttle with...
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