Podcaster: Andy Poniros
Title: Gemini & Apollo Astronaut and Nobel Peace Prize Nominee, General Thomas Stafford
Organization: Cosmic Perspective
Intro Music: “A Piece of Space History”, by Andy Poniros
Closing Outro Music: “Funk 2001”, by Larry Benigno
Gemini & Apollo Astronaut and Nobel Peace Prize Nominee General Thomas Stafford discusses the perils & rewards of his Gemini (6 & 9) & Apollo (10 & Apollo-Soyuz) missions (including the near fatal space walk of Eugene Cernan on Gemini 9), his friendship with Cosmonaut Alexi Leonov, & the future of Manned Space Exploration.
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Bio: Andy Poniros is a JPL / NASA Solar System Ambassador, Amateur Astronomer, Telescope Builder, Science Reporter and “Cosmic Perspective” host on www.WPKN.org
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