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  • Astronaut John W. Young - Apollo 10 - Page 22
    of LM separation a10lm mov 5 07mb View of lunar surface from orbit After being awakened by On a Clear Day You Can See Forever Young awakened his companions Young whistling Reveille Reveille Up all hands heave out trice up clean sweep down fore and aft Capcom Sounds like we re ready for a Navy drill on the flight deck Spacecraft It s good music Capcom How d it come through this time John Spacecraft It s loud and clear It s beautiful Sounds like we ve got stereo Spacecraft The world doesn t look very much littler than it did yesterday Capcom I bet you the moon looks a little bigger though New York Times 5 12 69 After Cernan and Stafford in the Lunar Module separated from the Command Module leaving John Young alone in orbit Young You will never know how big this thing gets when there ain t nobody in here but one guy Cernan You will never know how small it looks when you are as far as we are 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

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  • Astronaut John W. Young - Apollo 10 - Page 23
    30 31 32 Links No matter where you look there s some different geological feature to study Boy it s got a lot them John Young Canton Repository 5 24 69 Stamp from Ajman 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Links Home Biography Missions

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  • Astronaut John W. Young - Apollo 10 - Page 24
    at almost 3700 miles per hour barnstorming the moon You ve got to see this planet to believe it John Young Washington Post 5 12 69 Boy Charlie I never saw nothing like that We when we came when we came around on the back side seems like the colors are different on the back side more more light than they are on the front side Primarily because of the

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  • Astronaut John W. Young - Apollo 10 - Page 25
    32 Links You might tell Jack that he forgot to tell us to practice studying these landmarks standing on our head one of the astronauts referring to Harrison Jack Schmitt Washington Post 5 12 69 Lunar Module in orbit Med Lg View of CSM from LM Reading highlights from the morning newspaper Capcom One kind of interesting thing was John s horoscope this morning says Everybody you know has something helpful to offer Listen carefully while you make the rounds quickly Put in a busy day and assemble your results in the evening Command Module in orbit Video Clip Video of rendezvous with LM onbclip01 mpg 2mb During separation of the lunar module Snoopy from the command module Charlie Brown Snoopy Have a good time while we re gone Babe and don t get lonesome out there John And don t accept any TEI trans Earth injection updates Charlie Brown Don t you worry until you get back I ain t copying any more pads Med 148k 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Links

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  • Astronaut John W. Young - Apollo 10 - Page 26
    studying You never get away from studying Gene Cernan You know you can study all your life and you never finish studying Here we are a quarter million miles from earth and we are still studying Tom Stafford John Young was shown upside down reading a manual While orbiting the Moon the astronauts commented on the amount of noise that the LEM made with Stafford stating that there were more noises than any other spacecraft he had been in Mission Control You ve just never been inside a dog when it was barking and kicking and scratching fleas all at the same time Cernan This dog even wags his tail a little on the ascent burn Stafford And he chased his tail on staging A problem occurred during Descent Stage separation momentarily causing Stafford and Cernan to lose control of the Lunar Module An improper navigation system setting caused the LM to try to lock on to the Command Module rather than hold attitude Stafford took manual control to solve the problem in less than 30 seconds the flight of Apollo 10 has shown something about the durability of human nature However rigorous the training however unworldly and unreal the surroundings man is still capable of awe error fright outrage and when the occasion calls for it profanity It s good to know Washinton Evening Star 5 23 69 After separating from the LEM the astronauts became concerned when they spotted the descent stage in orbit below them They were relieved when Mission Control assured them that they were in no danger of a collision I don t want to play pushups with that rascal John Young there is much more that men have to learn about this puzzling neighbor in space New York Times editorial 12 5 71 Congratulations

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  • Astronaut John W. Young - Apollo 10 - Page 27
    triumph in both human and technical terms U K Prime Minister Harold Wilson 5 27 69 Med Lg a thrilling compound of great skill boundless courage and fabulous technology as impressive for its perfection as for its informality and its great humor It is refreshing to have been able to turn for a moment from all of our troubles on earth to this magnificent spectacle of man s extraordinary capacity

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  • Astronaut John W. Young - Apollo 10 - Page 28
    5 23 69 There is absolutely no one I would rather have had waiting for us up there than John Gene Cernan Apollo X Anniversary 5 28 99 I greatly admire the courage of the American astronauts who never lost their sense of humor even in difficult situations Dr Vasily Parin Soviet space biologist Kansas City Times 5 27 69 Shortly after the Apollo 10 crew were aboard the USS Princeton Thomas O Paine NASA Administrator made the following announcement Eight years ago yesterday the United States made the decision to land a man on the moon and return him safely by the end of the decade Today this moment with the Apollo 10 crew safely aboard the USS Princeton we know we can go to the moon we will go to the moon Tom Stafford John Young and Gene Cernan have given us the final confidence to make this bold step The breathtaking virtuosity of Apollo 10 s equipment and crew leaves little doubt that similar apparatus can deposit properly trained men on the moon and bring them back safely to earth always barring the possibility of unexpected mechanical or other malfunction At the cost of more than 20

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  • Astronaut John W. Young - Apollo 10 - Page 29
    Navy John Young Apollo 10 Accomplishments Evaluation of LM steerable antenna at lunar distances Demonstration of lunar landing mission profile Low level evaluation of lunar visibility Inflight demonstration of Westinghouse color TV camera Testing of landing radar in near lunar environment Manned navigational visual and photographic evaluation of lunar landing sites 2 3 and other possible landing sites in highland areas Med Lg Med Lg 1 2 3 4 5

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