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Fri Mar 21 17:13:46 2014 UTClccn-n980956520.00J'ai été le dernier homme sur la Lune /0.211.00[Apollo 10 (space flight): lift-off]69785710Eugene_Cernann 980956524845130Cernan, EugeneCernan, Eugene A.Cernan, Eugene Andrew, 1934-サーナン, ジーンlccn-n85308634Project Apollo (U.S.)lccn-n94065237Lovell, Jimivelccn-n95117475Mitchell, Edgar D.ivelccn-no94024715Scott, David Randolph1932-ivelccn-n90625683Davis, Don(Donald)lccn-no2001100231Passion Pictures (Firm)np-copp, duncanCopp, Duncanprolccn-n92004956Howard, Ron1954-proviaf-285539912Riley, Christopherprodrtlccn-no2002030478FilmFour (Firm)Cernan, EugeneHistoryInterviewsBiographyDocumentary filmsNonfiction filmsInteractive multimediaHistorical filmsProject Apollo (U.S.)Space flight to the moonMoonLunar explorationUnited StatesApollo 11 (Spacecraft)Apollo 17 (Spacecraft)AstronauticsCernan, EugeneApollo 10 (Spacecraft)Apollo 9 (Spacecraft)Apollo 13 (Spacecraft)Apollo 12 (Spacecraft)Apollo 14 (Spacecraft)Apollo 8 (Spacecraft)Apollo 15 (Spacecraft)Apollo 16 (Spacecraft)AstronautsUnited States.--National Aeronautics and Space AdministrationSpace raceSchmitt, Harrison HSpace flightsLunar landing sitesManned space flight--Psychological aspectsManned space flightLunar excursion moduleStafford, Thomas PYoung, John--(John Watts),Space vehicles--LandingOuter spaceIndians, Treatment ofApollo Soyuz Test ProjectSkylab ProgramEarth (Planet)Lunar geologyExploration of outer spaceAldrin, BuzzYoung, John,Young, John WDuke, Charlie,Bean, Alan,Mitchell, Edgar DMagnetic resonance imagingDiagnostic imagingGrissom, Virgil IProject Gemini (U.S.)Chemical engineeringSolar eclipsesMattingly, T. Ken--(Thomas Ken)Roosevelt, Eleanor,19341963196619691971197219751977197919801982199019931994199619971998199920002001200220032004200520072008200920102012201333915386629.450092TL789.8.U6ocn175280361ocn442713370ocn083650959ocn320404668128311ocn175280361visu20070.18In 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 astronauts3971ocn043890029visu19990.20Reinert, 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 voyages2064ocn429028781visu20090.13The wonder of it all real American heroesBiographyProfiles seven astronauts who walked on the moon and how the experience affected them291ocn006209054rcrd19720.63Cernan, EugeneLast words on the moonAstronaut Cernan expresses the thought that "We leave the moon ... as we came and ... we shall return with peace and hope for all mankind243ocn048611693com19990.14Cernan, EugeneNova audio books presents The last man on the moonHistoryThe story of a unique American hero who came of age as an astronaut during the few dramatic years when man reached the moon. Cernan's career spanned the entire Apollo program, from the tragic fire that killed three of his comrades on Apollo 1, through the moment when he left man's last footprint on the moon as commander of Apollo 17+-+4973592106121ocn054312466visu19980.17Apollo 17, final footprints on the moonHistory"Launched in December 1972, the final Apollo mission served as the last time a man (Eugene Cernan) would walk on the moon for the foreseeable future. The crew also included the first trained scientist, a geologist, to set foot on the moon. The astronauts traversed 30 kilometers on the moon and brought back more samples than any other Apollo mission."--Container81ocn718210531book2010Cernan, EugeneJ'ai été le dernier homme sur la Lune33ocn027019528rcrd19691.00[Apollo 10 (space flight): lift-off]Commentary from astronauts, NBC TV, on initial Lunar Landing Module, first live color television pictures from space, and pictures of the Earth from 6,500 nautical miles out32ocn039844554visu19970.19Apollo missionsFormer astronauts Armstrong, Cernan, Shirra, and Shepard talk about their experiences on the Apollo moon missions, as well as early days of testing in different aircraft, and the Mercury and Germini missions. Neal, former aerospace correspondent for NBC news, presides and reviews the history of the space program. Concludes with audience questions21ocn314240848book20011.00Slovenské pralesy : diverzita a ochrana = Slovak primeval forests22ocn675046221book20000.47Getsumen ni tatta otoko : Aru uchū hikōshi no kaisō21ocn442713370art1999Cernan, EugeneZadnji človek na Luni : Eugene Cernan, ameriški astronavt21ocn050070143visu19900.47Magnetic resonance imaging : pictures from inner spaceNarrated by Eugene A. Cernan, Captain, USN (Ret.) from the Northwest MRI Center in Houston, Texas, comparing outer space with the inner space of the human body22ocn318991197book19990.10Cernan, EugeneThe last man on the moon+-+115446768522ocn245919586book19990.19Cernan, EugeneThe last man on the moon : astronaut Eugene Cernan and America's race in spaceHistoryEugene Cernan is a unique American who came of age as an astronaut during the most exciting and dangerous decade of space flight. His career spanned the entire Gemini and Apollo programs, from being the first person to spacewalk all the way around our world to the moment when he left man's last footprint on the Moon as commander of Apollo 17. Between those two historic events lay more adventures than an ordinary person could imagine as Cernan repeatedly put his life, his family, and everything he held dear on the altar of an obsessive desire. Written with New York Times best selling author Don Davis, this is the astronaut story never before told - about the fear, love, and sacrifice demanded of the few men who dared to reach beyond the heavens for the biggest prize of all : the Moon+-+115446768521ocn056847123book2003Cernan, EugenePoslední muž na Měsíci : astronaut Eugene Cernan a vesmírné závody z americké perspektivy11ocn016266984rcrd19821.00The launch of Columbia [launching of two commercial satellites from space shuttle Columbia11ocn640311452book19630.47Cernan, EugeneLiquid hydrogen : high energy rocket fuel11ocn010931305rcrd19751.00[Apollo-Soyuz joint mission in space] [morning broadcast11ocn083650959visu1.00The view from space : American astronaut photography, 1962-1972Images of the earth, moon, sun, and space vehicles and astronauts: includes sunsets and earthrises, solar eclipses, natural features of the earth and moon, weather phenomena; locations on earth include: Algeria, Florida, Arabian desert, Himalayas, Szechwan Province in China, Great Bahamas Bank, the Nile delta, Corpus Christi Bay and Rio Grande delta plain, fires over Vietnam after bombing raid on Haiphong harbor, India, Africa and South America, the Pacific Ocean; images of astronauts include views in Gemini and Apollo craft, during extra-vehicular activities, and on the moon, including deploying ALSEP, jumping, posing with flag, and including one image that has photographer reflected in helmet of the other astronaut; family snapshot on the surface of the moon; space suits and helmets stowed aboard the lunar module; space vehicles, including a Saturn rocket stage, ATDA target vehicle, Agena target vehicle, Apollo Command and Lunar Modules9464ocn040200305book19990.19Cernan, EugeneThe last man on the moon : astronaut Eugene Cernan and America's race in spaceHistoryEugene Cernan is a unique American who came of age as an astronaut during the most exciting and dangerous decade of space flight. His career spanned the entire Gemini and Apollo programs, from being the first person to spacewalk all the way around our world to the moment when he left man's last footprint on the Moon as commander of Apollo 17. Between those two historic events lay more adventures than an ordinary person could imagine as Cernan repeatedly put his life, his family, and everything he held dear on the altar of an obsessive desire. Written with New York Times best selling author Don Davis, this is the astronaut story never before told - about the fear, love, and sacrifice demanded of the few men who dared to reach beyond the heavens for the biggest prize of all : the Moon+-+11544676852892ocn000600923book19720.37Simmons, GeneOn the moon with Apollo 17 : a guidebook to Taurus-Littrow691ocn005144091book19690.59United StatesMission report, Apollo 10516ocn040880441rcrd19990.14Cernan, EugeneNova audio books presents The last man on the moonHistoryEugene Cernan came of age as an astronaut during the most exciting and dangerous decade of space flight. His career spanned the entire Gemini and Apollo programs, from being the first person to spacewalk all the way around our world to the moment when he left man's last footprint on the Moon as commander of Apollo 17. Between those two historic events lay more adventures than an ordinary person could imagine as Cernan repeatedly put his life, his family, and everything he held dear on the altar of an obsessive desire+-+4973592106141ocn031018057visu19940.18Apollo 17 on the shoulders of giantsPhotographs from spaceContains the original NASA film showing the last Apollo mission. Commander Gene Cernan, command module pilot Ronald Evans, and lunar module pilot Harrison "Jack" Schmitt, who was the first geologist to walk on the Moon, landed at the Taurus-Littrow site and conducted three successful EVAs. Looking for evidence of lunar volcanoes, the astronauts collected core samples and planted experimental probes before their exciting discovery of orange soil: evidence of volcanic activity. The Apollo program played a significant role in the future of Skylab, the space shuttle program and the Apollo-Soyuz link-up61ocn058392815book20040.96Tekel̕, FraňoEugene A. Cernan a americký vesmírny programHistoryBiography51ocn321015054book20090.10Cernan, EugeneThe last man on the moonHistory+-+660817768531ocn025785324visu0.47The Flight crew of Apollo 10, fourth manned Apollo missionShows the flight crew of Apollo 10, Eugene A. Cernan, John W. Young, and Thomas P. Stafford, during training in front of the Command Module31ocn191680595visu20070.27The wonder of it allBiography"A documentary focusing on the rarely told human side of the men behind the Apollo missions expressed through thoughtful and candid accounts from seven of the surviving 12 Moonwalkers. Astronauts Buzz Aldrin, Alan Bean, Edgar Mitchell, John Young, Charles Duke, Eugene Cernan and Harrison Schmitt reflect on their childhood, training, the tragedies, the camaraderie and the effect their space travel had on their families."--container21ocn870532751visu20130.23Moonbug"It is a rare and wonderful experience to visit with the men who went to the moon. Steve Pyke has done it and thanks to Nichola Bruce's compelling film Moonbug everyone else can come along" - Andrew Chaikin, author of 'A Man on the Moon'" - Container11ocn064573800mix1.00Hovde, Frederick LFrederick L. Hovde papersBusiness and personal papers, photographs, audio-visual materials, and personal belongings documenting the life and career of engineer and educator Frederick L. Hovde11ocn026815939rcrd19661.00[Gemini 9 (space flight)]Take-off Augmented Target Docking Adaptor (ATDA) from Cape Kennedy (June 1); re-cap by David Brinkley regarding failure of shroud to jettison (June 3); Gemini 9 until failure of guidance system computer and then scrubbing the mission (June 1)11ocn180194709visu19970.10NASA, 25 yearsOn the shoulder of giants - Apollo 17: You have just come aboard the Apollo 17 journey to Taurus-Littrow, the final lunar landing mission in the Apollo Program. You will witness the highlights of the mission and how it will relate to Skylab, the Apollo/Soyuz link-up, and the Space Shuttle. You will relive this flight with the astronauts.--Mission of Apollo-Suyuz: The precedent setting mission between the United States and the Soviet Union. The film treats the scientific and technological achievements and stresses the spirit of cooperation and friendship. It concludes with a projection on the future of international cooperation in space over scenes of the Space Shuttle and the European developed Spacelab11ocn752989970visu19980.47Moon race the history of Apollo, [vol. 2]History"Features the testing of the Lunar Module, highlights of the second lunar orbital mission, and the first landing on the Moon in July 1969"--Container11ocn053782222book19690.10News-Chronicle (Thousand Oaks, Calif.)Apollo 10 astronauts Eugene Cernan, Tom Stafford, and John Young11ocn062693193mix1.00Ney, Edward PurdyEdward Purdy Ney PapersThe collection consists of correspondence, research data, patent drawings, publications, and reports of Edward P. Ney, University of Minnesota physicist and astronomer best known for research in cosmic rays, the solar corona, zodiacal light, infrared astronomy, space photography, and radon gas11ocn026815175rcrd19661.00[Gemini 9 (space flight)]A description of countdown and lift-off of "Agena" by Gemini Mission Control (voice of Al Chop) for a period of 11 minutes, 41 seconds, until Gemini flight was scrubbed. Comments by NBC's Huntley, Brinkley, and Frank McGee12ocn043841601visu1.00Moon project did we go? : video documentaryHistoryThe content of these videos consists of the interviews and footage used in the production of Moon: a mutual reality art experience. The intent of the program is to look at whether man actually walked on the moon in 1969 or if it was an elaborate hoax11ocn682042110visu19771.00Apollo 17 Astronauts (1972)11ocn026267703visu1.00National Aeronautics and Space Admistration photograph collection, 1960-1984PhotographsPortraitsPictorial worksConsists of photographs of astronauts, spacecraft and equipment used by NASA (1960-1984)+-+4973592106+-+4973592106Fri Mar 21 16:04:01 EDT 2014batch24341