NSS | National Space Society. Apollo Astronauts Celebrations & the Hubble Space Telescope 30th anniversary (selected interviews).

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Al Worden of Apollo 15 | ISDC 2019

NSS Chapters | Astronaut Jim Lovell | Breakfast On The Moon

William Johnston on Hubble Space Telescope 30th anniversary

NASA astronaut and Apollo 15 Command Module Pilot Alfred Worden was a featured guest and speaker at the 2019 International Space Development Conference. Al was presented with the National Space Society's Space Pioneer award at the conference. This video, in which he is interviewed by his friend, Dr. Tony Paustian, is offered in memoriam. Al Worden died Wednesday March 18, 2020 at the age of 88.
On Saturday morning, April 11th, the National Space Society (NSS) Chapters’ Assembly and the Sacramento L5 Society NSS chapter hosted the latest in their ongoing series celebrating the various 50th anniversaries of the manned Apollo missions to the Moon.For the Apollo 13 event, we were tremendously excited to welcome Apollo 13 Mission Commander James Lovell, who taped an interview especially for NSS. And to make this event even more special, Captain Lovell spoke about both Apollo 13 and his earlier trip to the Moon aboard Apollo 8, giving us a “two for one” Apollo manned mission celebration!
On Saturday morning, April 11th, from 7:00-9:00 AM PDT (2:00-4:00 PM UTC), the National Space Society (NSS) Chapters’ Assembly and the Sacramento L5 Society NSS chapter hosted the latest in their ongoing series celebrating the various 50th anniversaries of the manned Apollo missions to the Moon.We call these celebrations “Breakfast on the Moon,” since we begin these virtual meetings very early in the morning on the West Coast in order to reach folks east of us, clear around to the other side of the world - while everyone’s still awake! Joseph Bland served as moderator.