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Apollo 8 Crew

In August of 1968, three NASA astronauts received a call telling them to cancel their winter holiday plans — they were going to the Moon. Fifty years later we are celebrating the historic mission of Apollo 8: go.nasa.gov/2EDarq3

 

The crew of the historic Apollo 8 lunar orbit mission participates in a technical de-briefing session in Building 4 at Johnson Space Center. Left to right, are astronauts James A. Lovell Jr., command module pilot; Frank Borman, commander; and William A. Anders, lunar module pilot.

 

Image #: s68-56530

 

Date: December 30, 1968

 

Credit: NASA

 

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Uploaded on December 19, 2018