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Fri Mar 21 17:03:32 2014 UTClccn-n940652370.06James Lovell : the rescue of Apollo 13 /0.180.92Crew of Apollo 8114391898Jim_Lovelln 940652373639427J LOVELLLovell, JamesLovell, James A.Lovell, James Arthur, 1928-Lovell, Jimラベル, ジムlccn-n88277429Apollo 13 (Spacecraft)lccn-n94065243Kluger, Jeffreyantcrelccn-no95055952Paxton, Billprfctbactlccn-no90001353Sinise, Garyprfactlccn-no96045102Quinlan, Kathleen1954-actlccn-n95085220Grazer, Brian1953-prolccn-n92004956Howard, Ron1954-flmdrtctbviaf-34665378Reinert, Alsceantauslccn-n87910188Hanks, Tomprfctbactlccn-n93072716Harris, Ed1950-prfactLovell, JimDramaHistoryFilm adaptationsInterviewsFictionHigh interest-low vocabulary booksDocumentary filmsPictorial worksNonfiction filmsInteractive multimediaUnited StatesSpace vehicle accidentsApollo 13 (Spacecraft)AccidentsLovell, JimSpace flight to the moonProject Apollo (U.S.)MoonLunar explorationSpace rescue operationsApollo 11 (Spacecraft)Apollo 17 (Spacecraft)Swigert, John L.--(John Leonard),Haise, Fred,AstronautsUnited States.--National Aeronautics and Space AdministrationAstronauticsApollo 14 (Spacecraft)Apollo 9 (Spacecraft)Apollo 10 (Spacecraft)Apollo 12 (Spacecraft)Apollo 8 (Spacecraft)Apollo 15 (Spacecraft)Apollo 16 (Spacecraft)Outer spaceExploration of outer spaceSpace flightSpace flightsManned space flightShipwreck survivalProject Gemini (U.S.)Orbital rendezvous (Space flight)High interest-low vocabulary booksYoung, John--(John Watts),Crippen, Robert LSpace shuttlesReaders (Elementary)Armstrong, Neil,English languageReaders (Adult)Space vehicles--LandingSpace vehiclesTexas--HoustonScienceTechnologyColumbia (Spacecraft)Manned space flight--Systems engineeringKranz, GeneGround support systems (Astronautics)Leadership19281963196519671968196919701972197619771992199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220131104982258629.454TL789.8.U6ocn175280361ocn799264150ocn676670201ocn799968031ocn799684781ocn420029776ocn767358159ocn676595277ocn690826073ocn692042907ocn676589464ocn076074299ocn691919538ocn691952506ocn691919565ocn868277237137512ocn175280361visu20070.18In the shadow of the MoonHistoryInterviewsNonfiction filmsDocumentary filmsPresents the story of NASA's Apollo program and the lunar landings by American astronauts made between 1968 and 1972. Features rare archival footage and interviews with surviving astronauts83731ocn032655628book19940.13Lovell, JimApollo 13FictionDramaHigh interest-low vocabulary booksChronicles the rescue mission to return the crewmen of the Apollo 13 spacecraft safely to earth following an explosion on board+-+09198062153971ocn043890029visu19990.20Reinert, AlFor all mankindHistoryInteractive multimediaInterviewsHistorical filmsDocumentary filmsPresents an impressionistic look at NASA's first manned flights to the moon as filmed and narrated by the astronauts who made the voyages2761ocn056132926visu20040.18Apollo 13 to the edge and backPresents an account of the ill-fated Apollo 13 moon mission. Shows how the ground controllers had to solve the difficult problem of getting the astronauts James Lovell, Fred Haise, and Jack Swigert back to Earth with limited air, water, and electricity. Includes interviews with the astronauts, their families, and the scientists who worked on the mission792ocn058557468visu20050.13Apollo 13 Houston, we've had a problemStranded in a crippled spacecraft, astronauts Lovell, Haise, and Swigert, on course towards the moon, were now struggling in a desperate battle to survive. This is the spell-binding mission as it unfurled on both Apollo 13 and at Mission Control7849ocn040069319visu19950.19Howard, RonApollo 13FictionDramaFilm adaptationsHet verhaal van de ruimtevlucht Apollo 13 in april 1970 die bijna in een ramp eindigde+-+4106330596396ocn173193839rcrd19950.13Lovell, JimApollo 13FictionVerslag van de ruimtevlucht Apollo 13 in april 1970, welke bijna eindigde in een ramp+-+4890806215302ocn053235939visu20030.21Failure is not an optionHistory"At 25, Gene Kranz was a former Air Force pilot working as a flight test engineer for McDonnell Douglas. At 26, he quit his job to work for the fledgling space agency NASA. For the next 34 years, Kranz had the best view of the space program possible without leaving the ground, serving as primary flight director throughout the Gemini and Apollo programs. Based on Kranz's acclaimed memoir of the same name, FAILURE IS NOT AN OPTION offers an extraordinary behind-the-scenes look at the early years of NASA, highlighting defining moments such as John Glenn's historic first flight, the moon landing, and the "successful failure" of Apollo 13. Kranz and other NASA veterans recall the "whiz kid" atmosphere in the beginning, where people in their twenties were put in positions of enormous responsibility, and show how the extraordinary exploits of the astronauts were supported by equally impressive work on the ground. Narrated by actor Scott Glenn (The Right Stuff), FALURE IS NOT AN OPTION is a gripping account that adds an important new perspective to the story of the Space Race."--Publisher's website261ocn810119250book20120.15Neil Armstrong, 1930-2012Biography191ocn036490752rcrd19960.28Apollo 13 the real missionContains the dialog of the astronauts, James Lovell, Jack Swigert, and Fred Haise, during the most critical times of the near disaster that took place in outer space in April 1970+-+6094040336164ocn036161305book19950.14Lovell, JimApolo 13Stranded 205,000 miles from Earth in a crippled spacecraft, astronauts Jim Lovell, Fred Haise, and Jack Swigert fight a desperate battle to survive. Meanwhile, at Mission Control, astronaut Ken Mattingly, flight director Gene Kranz and a heroic ground crew race against time, and the odds, to bring them home163ocn035250946visu19960.47Apollo 13 leadership down-to-earth lessons for you and your organizationThe story of the Apollo 13 mission is used in a motivational program to help organizations build teams with common values, vision, and a commitment to accountability142ocn068976467book19940.19Lovell, JimApollo 13 : Houston... we have a problemVerslag van de ruimtevlucht in april 1970, die bijna eindigde in een ramp132ocn793509183visu20040.10Apollo 13 to the edge and back. A thrilling struggle against all oddsA factual account of the ill-fated Apollo 13 space mission to the moon. Replete with moving interviews with the astronauts, their families and the scientists who worked on the mission. Shows how the ground controllers who had to solve the impossible problem of how to get the men back with limited air, water and electricity. The explanations are technical, but still quite understandable. A valuable bit of history and a testament to human resiliency, ingenuity, and most of all the human spirit85ocn474162326book19940.19Lovell, JimLost moon : the perilous voyage of Apollo 13Om Apollo 13's mislykkede tur til månen i 1970+-+747521048561ocn506117171book20020.16Chaikin, AndrewSpaceHistoryPictorial worksA collection of photographs from the records of American, Russian and other international space programs+-+534977793662ocn413918978book19960.19Lovell, JimApollo 13 : perdus dans l'espace62ocn075632805book19950.28Lovell, JimApollo 13 : das Buch zum Film mit Tom Hanks, Bill Paxton, Kevin Bacon, Gary Sinise und Ed Harris51ocn054312350visu20030.17Apollo 13 the untold story"The third manned mission to the moon almost ended in horror and the 'thirteen' jinx seemed to play a role. Seventy-two hours prior to liftoff, Ken Mattingly, the Command Module Pilot, had to be replaced due to his exposure to German measles. Then, fifty-six hours into the mission, the crew was met with numerous major system failures. NASA was able to shut down the Command Module and use the Lunar Module to supply the necessary power to reach the moon and return to Earth. This producedure had never been carried out nor had the dyer situation ever been contemplated or simulated."--Container42ocn745379605visu19950.28Howard, RonApollo 13 (1995)It had been less than a year since the first man walked on the Moon, but to the American public, Apollo 13 was just another "routine" space flight. That is until the words pierced the immense void of space: "Houston, we have a problem." Stranded in a crippled spacecraft 205,000 miles from Earth, astronauts Jim Lovell, Fred Haise, and Jack Swigert fight a desperate battle to survive. Meanwhile, at Mission Control, astronaut Ken Mattingly, flight director Gene Kranz, and the efforts of a heroic ground crew race against time -- and the odds -- to bring the men home427333ocn033632922visu19950.19Howard, RonApollo 13FictionDramaFilm adaptationsA true story. Stranded 205,000 miles from Earth in a crippled spacecraft, astronauts Jim Lovell, Fred Haise, and Jack Swigert fight a desperate battle to survive. Meanwhile, at Mission Control, astronaut Ken Mattingly, flight director Gene Kranz and a heroic ground crew race against time, and the odds, to bring them home+-+462587832532420716ocn030895315book19940.19Lovell, JimLost moon : the perilous voyage of Apollo 13Astronaut Lovell chronicles his harrowing, nearly fatal, failed mission to the moon, describing his crew's ingenuity in returning safely to Earth. The untold story of the American moon shot that almost ended in a fatal catastrophe, told by the flight's commander, offers a thrilling chronicle of courage, heroism, and adventure+-+747521048549310ocn043118301book19940.13Lovell, JimApollo 13FictionDramaHigh interest-low vocabulary booksRecounts how after only fifty hours into its flight to the moon, the Apollo 13 space ship was rocked by an explosion, and tells how the ship was brought under control, and the crew safely returned to earth+-+74752104852641ocn032684135rcrd19950.13Lovell, JimApollo 13FictionThe true story of the Apollo 13 moon flight, which almost ended in catastrophe+-+48908062152613ocn052775126book20040.06Goldberg, JanJames Lovell : the rescue of Apollo 13Juvenile worksBiographyA biography of James Lovell that encompasses the astronaut's birth, childhood, education, NASA training, mission experience, and post-space life and work+-+K4099487351161ocn031441305rcrd19940.12Lovell, JimLost moon the perilous voyage of Apollo 13The true story of the Apollo 13 moon flight, which almost ended in catastrophe911ocn472679700visu20090.25Apollo 13HistoryApril 1970, the Apollo 13 mission is 178,000 miles from Earth, just two days away from a lunar landing, when an explosion rips the spacecraft apart and puts the crew's lives on the line. Only the leadership of Jim Lovell, the ingenuity of the NASA team in space and on the ground, and the robust systems of the spacecraft offer a chance for survival461ocn767805938com20070.59Apollo 13Apollo 13 is a breathtaking adventure that tells the true and remarkable story of courage, faith and ingenuity in a race to bring a group of heroic astronauts home when their spacecraft is damaged thousands of miles from Earth - SCIENCE - VID 2975291ocn056073551visu20030.15Man on the moonHistoryDocumentary television programs"Man on the moon," a collection of films from CBS and NASA, highlights the nine-day Apollo 11 mission and features an overview of the manned space program, both before and after Neil Armstrong's historic walk on the moon. In "Houston, we have a problem," the drama of the Apollo 13 mission follows what had begun as a routine flight that abruptly changed when an explosion aboard the command module rocked the ship nearly 200,000 miles from the earth. The heroic efforts of the team at Mission Control, as well as those of astronauts Jim Lovell, John Swigert and Fred Haise, are captured in a brilliant demonstration of human capability under almost unbearable stress. "Space shuttle" features the launch and maiden voyage of the orbiter Columbia on April 12, 1981, with astronauts John Young and Robert Crippen aboard. The voyage heralded a new era in space exploration. Although the mission was a complete success, descriptions of the solid fuel rockets used to propel the shuttle into orbit and the heat dissipating tiles that protect the orbiter upon re-entry add an eerie reminder of what would happen in light of subsequent system failures211ocn033894503visu19950.13Apollo 13 Apolo 13DramaStranded 205,000 miles from Earth in a crippled spacecraft, astronauts Jim Lovell, Fred Haise, and Jack Swigert fight a desperate battle to survive. Meanwhile, at Mission Control, astronaut Ken Mattingly, flight director Gene Kranz and a heroic ground crew race against time, and the odds, to bring them home+-+7011678325324181ocn761854075book20110.14Nessmann, PhilippeLos que soñaban con la luna : Misión ApoloFictionEn la década de los sesenta, hombres excepcionales hacen realidad un sueño: ir a la Luna. Uno de ellos, Jim Lovell, participa en los primeros viajes. La misión Apolo 8 va bien: a su regreso es famoso. La angustiosa misión Apolo 13, que roza el desastre, hará de él un héroe. -- Cover, p. [4]143ocn033259969book19940.19Lovell, JimApollo 13 : perdus dans l'espace71ocn426067602visu20080.21In the shadow of the Moon remember when the whold world looked upBetween 1968 and 1972, the world watched in awe each time an American spacecraft voyaged to the Moon. Only 12 American men have walked upon its surface and they remain the only human beings to have stood on another world. Now for the first time, a combination of archival material from the original NASA film footage, much of it never before seen and interviews with the surviving astronauts tells the story of the Apollo space program61ocn033956018book19950.21Lovell, JimApollo 13 : utracony księżyc51ocn855115763visu20130.10Moon race : the history of ApolloHistory"This program is the most comprehensive history of the Apollo program ever to be released. Drawn entirely from the award-winning footage from the NASA archives, it is the only program of its kind to cover the complete history of this important segment of the United States space program. The History of Apollo is not only the story of the race to the moon; it is the story of man's first attempt to break the bonds of planet Earth and set foot on an alien world. Where were you on the July 20, 1969?." - Container51ocn053419471book20020.27Godwin, RobertGemini 7 : the NASA mission reportsHistory+-+873770143651ocn607221318visu20040.18Apollo 13 to the edge and backPresents a factual account of the ill-fated Apollo 13 space mission to the moon. Shows how the ground controllers had to solve the difficult problem of getting the astronauts James Lovell, Fred Haise, and Jack Swigert back to Earth with limited air, water, and electricity. Includes interviews with the astronauts, their families, and the scientists who worked on the mission41ocn038373813book19950.19Lovell, JimAporo 1341ocn057357890visu19970.18NASA, 25 yearsThe Eagle has landed: An estimated 11 billion people watched the spectacular voyage of Apollo 11, and the first man to set foot on the moon. See never-before seen footage of what goes on behind the scenes of Mission Control. Houston we've got a problem: Go along on the ill-fated voyage of Apollo 13 from those first chilling words through the long flight home, and the astronauts struggle to determine the cause of the problems on board the spacecraft and try to find solutions31ocn025785445visu19680.92Crew of Apollo 8Shows the crew, James A. Lovell, Jr., William A. Anders and Frank Borman, standing in front of the Apollo mission simulator+-+0919806215+-+0919806215Fri Mar 21 15:36:43 EDT 2014batch30156