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The Man. Flight Director Gene Kranz.

Forty-five years ago this Sunday, Apollo 11 became the first space flight to land men on the moon. At Mission Control in Houston, Gene Kranz was the man in

Gene Kranz, seated, and Chris Kraft, standing right, are shown in the

Flight Director Gene Kranz at Mission Control

Gene Kranz, Mission Control

Gene Kranz - NASA Flight Director during many of the Gemini and Apollo missions in the 1960s.

Gene Kranz, Flight Director at NASA; the character played by Ed Harris in Apollo

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Flight Directors Chris Kraft Gene Kranz & John Hodge - 8X10 Nasa .

Astronaut chief Deke Slayton (left) and Flight Director Chris Craft.

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... Christopher Kraft (center, and Gene Kranz discuss recovery operations for Gemini 6 inside Mission Control at the Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas

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Christopher Kraft, foreground, and colleagues at NASA's Mission Control, from left, John D. Hodge,  Glynn Lunney and Gene Kranz.

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Gene Kranz - the original "steely eyed missile man"

Eugene [Gene] F. Kranz, Flight Director, at his console in the Mission Operations Control Room in the Mission Control Center during the Gemini 9 GT-9A ...

Gene Kranz (centre) in the Flight Director's seat during the Apollo 11 mission.

Gene Kranz. Best known for his role as lead Flight Director during NASA's Apollo 13

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Mercury astronaut Alan Shepard (left) smiles into the camera as he sits at the

Mercury astronaut Virgil "Gus" Grissom (left) talks to Christopher Kraft, Mercury's flight director. NASA photo.

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Men clap and smoke cigars in the control room after Apollo 13's safe landing

Cabot Award Shared by Two Men Who Helped Bring Apollo 13 Home Gene Kranz

Gus Grissom, mission control - LIFE magazine

Astronaut John Young in Orlando, Florida, April 24, 1965

Swigert receiving a plaque from CU

James Webb, Robert Seamans, Brainerd Holmes, and Joe Shea at a press conference

On June NASA's Gemini IV, or Gemini launched astronauts Ed White and James McDevitt into space on a mission to perform the first American spacewalk.

Jim Lovell, Fred Hayes and Gene Kranz (NASA Heroes)

Mission Control (Chris Kraft on left)

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On the anniversary of the first man on the moon, and days before the final space shuttle mission will end, Wired takes a look at the extraordinary amount of ...

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Forty-five years ago this Sunday, Apollo 11 became the first space flight to land men on the moon. At Mission Control in Houston, Gene Kranz was the man in

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Astronaut Gordon Cooper and NASA Flight Director Chris Kraft

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The crew of Apollo Jim Lovell, Jack Swigert and Fred Haise, during a post- flight debriefing.

"Down at Houston we could argue like hell," Joe Shea recalled. "

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25 March 1965 GT-3 Astronauts Grissom and Young are shown just prior to the

Gus Grissom and Pete Conrad jungle survival training.

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Apollo 11 Mission Official Relax After Apollo 11 Liftoff

NASA - Robert Gilruth, George Low and Christopher Kraft

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Tom Kelly, leader of the Grumman design and fabrication team for the Lunar Module

The mobile control room of the ITPS.

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Mission Operations Control Room in the Mission Control Center, Building 30, Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), showing the flight controllers celebrating the ...

The Mission Control team for Apollo the first NASA mission to land men on the moon. Kranz is seated in the second row, on the left.

Apollo 11 astronauts show a two-pound Moon rock to Frank Taylor, then Director General of Museums at the Smithsonian.

Neil Armstrong taking a seat in the Space Shuttle. #neilarmstrong #nasa

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Neil Armstrong Mike Collins and Buzz Aldrin with the Saturn V rocket that would take them to the moon in the background Cape Canaveral Florida July 1969.

Neil Armstrong wearing his OMEGA Speedmaster on a JB Champion bracelet (the bracelet preferred by NASA astronauts

Deke Slayton

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Watching a Space Shuttle landing at the KSC landing strip in 1985

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NASA veterans Gene Cranz, Gene Cernan and more star in the documentary about mission control in the time of Apollo.

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Apollo Spacecraft Program Manager, Joe Shea with Gus Grissom.

Tom Stafford and Gene Cernan - LIFE magazine

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November 13, 1969 Pete Conrad

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Apollo 1 crew talking to NAA engineers who participated in spacecraft flight simulation. Frank Borman

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Tom Stafford suiting up, Gemini 6

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Pictured in June 1969, these six men - the crews of Apollo 10 and 11. Around the table, from the left, are Mike Collins, Buzz Aldrin, Gene Cernan, ...