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|Robert Pearlman||To celebrate the 40th anniversary of its Apollo flights, NASA has debuted the first of a series of animated comics dedicated to the Apollo 7 mission, as part of an interactive feature on NASA.gov. |
Each of the subsequent comics will debut with the anniversary of each of the missions.
|heng44||Nicely done, but too bad they suggest that the mission flew with a command module only...|
|KSCartist||I agree Ed. When I first saw the graphic, I thought it was yours. I know they wanted to focus on the test flight of the CM but they really should have included the SM as well.|
It's a great idea though.
|FFrench||Another minor nitpick would be - all three of the crew did not catch colds, only two.|
|spacecraft films||Probably not the best idea to have jettisoned the apex cover while still in orbit, either...|
|Apollo Redux||Thanks for posting this link.|
|Philip||Any idea if this might become available on DVD?|
|Robert Pearlman||NASA's Apollo 8 40th anniversary animated comic is now online:|
|Robert Pearlman||NASA's Apollo 9 40th anniversary animated comic is now online:|
|BobbyA||They mixed up Rusty and McDivitt. They made McDivitt the redhead. Otherwise I like these videos a lot. |
|KSCartist||They really need to correct that - and pay attention - otherwise Buzz will take the first step on the Moon.|
|Robert Pearlman|| |
quote: I alerted NASA to their mix-up and they have now corrected the "animation anomaly".
Originally posted by BobbyA:
They mixed up Rusty and McDivitt.
|Robert Pearlman||NASA's Apollo 10 and Apollo 11 40th anniversary animated comics are now online:|
|Robert Pearlman||NASA's Apollo 12 and Apollo 13 40th anniversary animated comics are now online.|