Apollo 13 crew and myself.
Commander Jim Lovell and LM pilot Fred Haise.
Apollo XVII. Last man on the moon.
Captain Gene Cernan (USN) Commander XVII.
NASA photo Apollo 17 Commander Gene Cernan, the last man on the moon.
Last voyage to the moon, signed by the Apollo 17 crew.
Alan Bean, Apollo 12 astronaut, lunar module pilot, and the fourth man to walk on the moon, presenting the astronaut’s highest honor—
the Silver Snoopy lapel pin.
Sky Lab launch, signed by all nine crew members.
Astronaut Jack Lousma, second spacewalk, Skylab 2.
The joint US and Russian ASTP, signed by the US crew.
My visit to the White House
Celebrating my successful landing in the space shuttle simulator.
Two Mylar swatches presented to me were from the thermal coating of the command modules of Apollo 11 and 13.
Apollo 8 award and autographs from Frank Borman
and a Russian cosmonaut.
Photo by David L. Cisco
Andrew Card, Chief of Staff advising the President.
Andrew Card, Chief of Staff.
Chris Botti, Grammy-winning trumpeter.
Al Bean (fourth man on the moon).
Gene Cernan (last man on the moon).
Three Star General Tom Stafford, Commander on Apollo 10, 1969—a great American icon. This was the final mission paving the way for Apollo11.
Three Star General Tom Stafford.
NASA photo of General Tom Stafford.
Gene Kranz. Failure is not an option. Apollo Flight Director.
Chris Kraft. NASA's first flight director
Chris Kraft. In historic mission control
Rex Walheim was one of the last astronauts to fly on the Space Shuttle.
Mike McCulley, veteran Shuttle astronaut.
Dan Tani, NASA astronaut.
Leroy Chiao Phd. Veteran NASA astronaut.
Scott Parazynski MD, flew on five NASA Shuttle missions.
Megan McArthur, NASA astronaut.
Gerald Griffin Apollo Flight Director.
Naoko Yamazaki Japanese astronaut, she flew on a NASA shuttle to the ISS.
Nick Rhodes, Duran Duran rock band.
Dionne Randolph (Lion King's Mufasa) at NASA's Apollo Historic Mission Control Houston.
Dionne Randolph is in character as Lion King's Mufasa.
Italian Ambassador to the US, Claudio Bisogniero.
Glenn Lunney, Apollo Flight Director.
Senator/astronaut John Glenn Americas's first astronaut to orbit the earth.
Astronaut Charlie Duke, America's tenth and youngest person to walk on the moon. Also, for saying, as Cap com on Apollo 11, you got a bunch of guys about to turn blue.
Kjell N. Lindgren, MD, Nasa Astronaut, is currently assigned to Expedition 44/45 and is scheduled to fly to the International space station aboard Soyuz 43 May 2015.
Don Marshall (aka) Lt. Boma from the classic Star Trek episode The Galileo Seven.
Mike Fincke STS 134 Space Shuttle NASA Astronaut.
Captain Gene Cernan hamming it up with me, comparing our Omega watches.
General Joe Engle former Nasa Astronaut, the youngest pilot ever to qualify as an Astronaut.
Astronaut Chris Ferguson Commander and last person to fly the Space shuttle.
Sitting in the commander's seat aboard Nasa's shuttle carrier aircraft (747). Now belongs to us at Space Center Houston. (Nasa Photos)
Sir Robert Rogers, Chief Executive, House of Commons.
Timothy Peake, 1st (ESA) British Astronaut to visit the International Space Station in Nov 2015.
(Col. USAF Ret) Eileen Collins NASA's first female Space Shuttle Commander. (Nasa Photos)
Commander Eileen Collins.
A view from the NASA International Space Station Mission Control.
Sharing the NASA Apollo History with Domenico Dolce.
Apollo 17 Gene Cernan & Apollo 13 Commander Jim Lovell.
George Clooney commemorating the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 13 mission. We shared the red carpet, but I let him walk first!
Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and her brother scheduled a visit to SCH & NASA, which I hosted. She had to reschedule, but I inked a book for both.