Not re-inventing the lunar lander wheel

by | Oct 30, 2007 | Seradata News | 0 comments

If you can stop an ex-NASA astronaut from giving their forthright views do tell, but for now their comments can make good copy.

Asking former Apollo 17 commander Gene Cernan at the Autographica event in London on 12 October about a rumour that he had joined the Constellation programme lunar lander project office I got an answer I wasn’t quite expecting.

Watch the video below and discuss it here at the airspace forums

For a whole bunch of other Cernan related videos…See here


Gene Cernan walks across the lunar surface


Apollo 17 extra-vehicular activity footage


Gene Cernan refutes faked Moon landing allegations

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