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Moon Memories | Partying with Astronauts

A hotelier and retired space employees share about what it was like when the astronauts came to visit.

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Duration: 00:01:45

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Moon Memories | Ideal Launch Location

Historians and retired NASA workers explain why the Central Florida Spacecoast is an ideal choice for launches.

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Duration: 00:01:51

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Moon Memories | Early Rocket Ventures

Ike Rigell shares about his early days working on the Redstone rocket, at a time when putting a man on the moon was only a dream.

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Duration: 00:00:55

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Moon Memories | Hard Times at Home

Outside of working for a moon landing, there were more challenges for NASA employees and contractors.

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Duration: 00:02:04

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Moon Memories | Signature on the Moon

Retired Critical Party Inspector, Elizabeth Muchow, tells the story of what she was able to leave on the moon.

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Duration: 00:01:10

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Moon Memories | Astronaut Autographs

Hotelier, Harris Rosen, shares his story about his priceless present from the men who walked on the moon.

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Duration: 00:01:20

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Moon Memories | Looking at the Moon

Retired NASA workers and contractors share what their first thought is when they look up at the moon.

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Duration: 00:01:45

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Moon Memories | We Would've Paid

Retired NASA employees and contractors share how they didn’t work a day in their lives.

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Duration: 00:01:45

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Moon Memories | Being a Woman at NASA

Elizabeth Muchow shares how she didn’t have time to think of her gender while working on the lunar module for Apollo 11.

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Duration: 00:01:55

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Moon Memories | A Tragic Reminder

Retired NASA engineer, John Tribe, shares about the difficulty of returning to work after the Apollo 1 fire.

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Duration: 00:01:04

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Moon Memories | Watching Launches

Locals share their memories of the incredible experience watching launch after launch, from Gemini to the Apollo 11 moon landing.

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Duration: 00:01:36

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Moon Memories | NASA Management

Retired Launch Director, Bob Sieck, discusses what it was like managing the various teams working to get man to the moon.

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Duration: 00:01:35

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Moon Memories | Photo From Gus

Retired NASA engineer, John Tribe, tells a story about a memento the late Gus Grissom left behind.

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Duration: 00:00:52

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Moon Memories | Late for Launch

Retired NASA engineer, John Tribe, tells a story of being late for work, on a day of a launch.

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Duration: 00:01:30

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Moon Memories | DS Award

Retired NASA executive, Charlie Mars, tells the story of how he was awarded for preventing Astronaut Neil Armstrong from taking a nasty spill.

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Duration: 00:01:39

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Atlantis Elementary Dares to Dream! | Your Space Place

Atlantis Elementary strives to show their students the importance of the space program by involving them in STEM programs.

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Duration: 00:06:33

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Columbia Elementary Will Never Forget | Your Space Place

Columbia Elementary School's teachers encourage their students to remember the history of the Columbia shuttle disaster.

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Duration: 00:07:50

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Freedom 7 Elementary Honors Its History! | Your Space Place

Freedom 7 Elementary has a long history in celebrating space and honoring local heroes.

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Duration: 00:03:19

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What Gemini Means to Gemini Elementary | Your Space Place

Gemini Elementary celebrates STEM!

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Duration: 00:05:56

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Where did "The Eagle Has Landed" come from? | Your Space Place

Apollo Elementary is one of the many schools in Brevard County with a space-related name.

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Duration: 00:02:37

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What an Awesome (Cape) View! | Your Space Place

Cape View Elementary has a great view of rocket launches!

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Duration: 00:05:31

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A Clever Endeavour? Endeavour Elementary Thinks So! | Your Space Place

Have you ever met an astronaut? Students at Endeavour Elementary have!

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Duration: 00:05:15

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How did Mila Elementary get its name? | Your Space Place

Mila Elementary is one of the many schools in Brevard County with a space-related name.

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Duration: 00:03:00

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Why is Saturn Important to Saturn Elementary? | Your Space Place

Saturn Elementary is one of the many schools in Brevard County with a space-related name.

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Duration: 00:04:09

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GI Jews: George Braunstein's first experience in War

George Braunstein has witnessed segregation, but it hasn’t changed his love for America.

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Duration: 00:02:30

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GI Jews: Honoring Our Vets

Space Coast Honor Flight is part of a network for vets to visit war memorials in D.C.

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Duration: 00:02:14

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GI Jews: Harry Lowenstein - A Holocaust Survivor Remembers

As a boy in Germany, Harry Lowenstein experienced the brutal treatment of Jews.

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Duration: 00:02:30

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GI Jews: George Rosenfield's Climb to Glory

A native of Boston, George Rosenfield reported to the U.S. Army Ski Troops during WWII.

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Duration: 00:02:29

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