The Apollo Years

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The Apollo Years

"The Apollo Years" reviews the Apollo Program Missions 1 through 17, manned and unmanned, without narration, only the original mission communications and some original music provided by 'Cud Chewing Cows'. (Duration: 2 hours 19 minutes.)

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"I found it very interesting in that there is no narration. Good film sequences… great reminders of the people and things that led to the first landing. Good job."

- Russell L. "Rusty" Schweickart, Apollo 9 Astronaut, July 7, 2009

Review from "The Library Journal" (on Page 5 of 7)

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"Letting the people, events, and images speak for themselves brings an unmatched authenticity to this remarkable chapter in human exploration. Very well done."

-Neil deGrasse Tyson, Astrophysicist and Frederick P. Rose Director, Hayden Planetarium, American Museum of Natural History, New York City, July 26, 2009


"The Apollo Years" reviews all the Apollo missions, back-to-back.

The Apollo Years reviews the Apollo Program Missions 1 through 17.

This is an historical document and documentary.

Using only archival film and the authentic communications between the Apollo capsules and Mission Control.

There is no narration; there is some music by The Cud Chewing Cows (Music Band), no fancy Graphics, nothing but what happened, what was said, when and by whom.


Featuring

-All the Apollo Astronauts, All the Apollo Missions

-President Kennedy, President Johnson and President Nixon

-And a celebratory performance by Frank Sinatra

-Original Music by The Cud Chewing Cows


"For those of us who witnessed the Apollo program it brings back memories and reminds us how things have changed (some unrelated to the main theme, like flight controlers sitting at their duty stations smoking!). For younger viewers it will serve as a good entrée for discovering and understanding the early space program."

- Alan W. Harris, Space scientist with North American Rockwell (builder of the Command Module) during the time of Apollo, later with Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), July 8, 2009

Apollo Program Insignia
Apollo 11 Hi-Res

From the Mercury Seven

Virgil Ivan ‘Gus’ Grissom - Apollo 1

Walter Marty Schirra, Jr., USN – Apollo 7

Alan Bartlett Shepard, Jr., USN – Apollo 14


From Astronaut Group 2

Neil Alden ArmstrongApollo 11

Frank Frederick Borman II, USAF – Apollo 8

Charles "Pete" Conrad, Jr., USN – Apollo 12, Skylab 2

James Arthur Lovell, Jr., USN – Apollo 8, Apollo 13

James Alton McDivitt, USAF – Apollo 9

Thomas Patten Stafford, USAF – Apollo 10, Apollo-Soyuz Test Project

John Watts Young, USN – Apollo 10, Apollo 16


From Astronaut Group 3

Buzz Aldrin, USAF –Apollo 11

William Alison Anders, USAF – Apollo 8

Alan LaVern Bean, USN – Apollo 12, Skylab 3

Eugene Andrew Cernan, USN – Apollo 10, Apollo 17

Roger Bruce Chaffee - Apollo 1

Michael Collins, USAF – Apollo 11

Walter CunninghamApollo 7

Donn Fulton Eisele, USAF – Apollo 7

Richard Francis Gordon, Jr., USN – Apollo 12

Russell Louis "Rusty" Schweickart, USAF – Apollo 9

David Randolph Scott, USAF – Apollo 9, Apollo 15

Edward Higgins White, II - Apollo 1


From Astronaut Group 4

Harrison Hagan "Jack" SchmittApollo 17

From Astronaut Group 5

Charles Moss Duke, Jr., USAF – Apollo 16

Ronald Ellwin Evans, Jr., USN – Apollo 17

Fred Wallace Haise, Jr., USMC – Apollo 13

James Benson Irwin, USAF – Apollo 15

Thomas Kenneth Mattingly II, USN – Apollo 16

Edgar Dean Mitchell, USN – Apollo 14

Stuart Allen Roosa, USAF – Apollo 14

John Leonard "Jack" Swigert, Jr., USAF – Apollo 13

Alfred Merrill Worden, USAF – Apollo 15


In addition, the following astronauts flew on post-Apollo missions using Apollo hardware

From the Mercury Seven

Donald Kent "Deke" Slayton, USAF – Apollo-Soyuz Test Project


From Astronaut Group 4

Owen Kay GarriottSkylab 3

Edward George GibsonSkylab 4

Joseph Peter Kerwin, USN –Skylab 2


From Astronaut Group 5

Vance DeVoe Brand, USMC – Skylab Rescue (never flown), Apollo-Soyuz Test Project

Gerald Paul Carr, USMC (had been slated to land by Apollo 19) – Skylab 4

Jack Robert Lousma USMC, (had been slated to land byApollo 20) - Skylab 3

William Reid Pogue, USAF – Skylab 4

Paul Joseph Weitz, USN – Skylab 2


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Astronaut Group 3 was the third group of astronauts selected by NASA. Their selection was announced in October 1963. Fourteen astronauts made up Group 3. Four died in training accidents before they could fly in space. All of the surviving ten flew in the Apollo program; five also flew Gemini missions. Aldrin, Bean, Cernan and Scott walked on the Moon. They are the only ones of the first 19 NASA astronaut groups to have no members at all fly on the Space Shuttle.

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