I've been looking forward to this Apollo 11 anniversary stuff since I was in 5th grade and it causes me physical pain that I can't celebrate it with you all at Purdue. One of Gene Kranz's biggest fans will be in the audience when the retired NASA flight control director speaks Thursday night at Purdue University. Just two days before the landmark event’s 50th anniversary, he shared personal recollections during a talk in Purdue University’s Loeb Playhouse. WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.--We can go back to the moon if the right leadership is in place and is well-established by the time we launch, said former NASA flight director Gene Kranz, who spoke about the Apollo 11 mission at Purdue University, Thursday. With only 17 seconds of fuel remaining, Gene Kranz helped successfully land Apollo 11 on the lunar surface 50 years ago. One of Gene Kranz's biggest fans will be in the audience when the retired NASA flight control director speaks Thursday night at Purdue University.
An hour talk by Gene and 30-minute Q&A with audience. Gene Kranz, a … Known as the 'Cradle of Astronauts,' Purdue University's College of Engineering has produced 25 astronauts, including Neil Armstrong.
Go or No Go: The Untold Story of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing featuring Gene Kranz Featuring keynote speaker Gene Kranz, the Apollo 11 and Apollo 13 flight director. “I thought Gene Kranz did a wonderful job of explaining through words and pictures his experiences as a flight director for the Apollo missions,” said Nicole Skinner, project manager for Purdue College of Engineering Communications.
Gene Kranz A Blast from The Past Biography! Thursday, he was at Purdue University. With the upcoming golden anniversary of NASA’s Apollo 11 lunar mission, Purdue University School of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AAE) … An hour talk by Gene and 30-minute QA with audience.
Kranz will touch on his role during Apollo 11’s mission and how he contributed to the giant leap of space exploration.
Purdue University graduate and Apollo 11 flight commander Neil Armstrong became the first person to step foot on the moon on July 20, 1969. The first moon landing may have occurred a half-century ago, but Apollo 11 flight director Gene Kranz remembers the mission like it was yesterday. Kranz spent 37 years as NASA and was selected as division chief for Flight Control in 1968, which led to his role as flight director of Apollo 11, according to Purdue. Gene Kranz speaks to a captivated audience.
The event will take place at 3 p.m. and the event is sold out. Kranz spent 37 years as NASA and was selected as division chief for Flight Control in 1968, which led to his role as flight director of Apollo 11, according to Purdue. WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The flight director of Apollo 11 will share some untold stories of the first moon landing at Purdue University.
The event will take place at 3 p.m. July 18 in Stewart Center’s Loeb Playhouse.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. Apollo 11’s flight director, Gene Kranz, will present “Go or No-Go: The Untold Story of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing” at Purdue University. The hit film, Apollo 13, chronicles Kranz’s struggle to devise the
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