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CONTENTS Astronaut Fact Sheet General......................... Alphabetical List of the 73 Astronauts Selected.......................................... Group 1, Project Mercury Astronauts Selected April 1959........................................ 1

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Group 2, Test Pilot Astronauts Selected ............................. 4-5 September 1962 Group 3, Pilot Astronauts Selected .............. Cctober 1963 ................ Group 4, Scientist Astronauts Selected .............................. June 1965 Group 5, Pilot Astronauts Selected April 1966 ......................................... Group 6 Scientist Astronauts Selected I ................ August 1967 (all c ivilian)

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Apollo Soyuz Test Project Crew ....................... 20 Astronauts Who Have Flown (43) Data on Manned Flight Missions .. Astronauts Comparative Flight Time

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Extra Vehicular Activity (EVA) Record ................. 27

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ASTRONAUT FACT SHEET Of 73 pilots and scientists selected as astronauts since April 1959, 27 are on flight status at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Houston, and three others, now on other assignments, are available as flight crewmen. The number of pilot-astronauts is 21 and 9 are scientist-astronauts. Seven groups of astronauts have been selected. In Group 1 were the seven Mercury astronauts selected in April 1959. Nine test pilots, Group 2, were selected in September 1962. In Group 3 were 14 pilot-astronauts selected in October 1963. Group 4, the first six scientist-astronauts, was selected in June 1965. In April 1966, 19 pilot-astronauts were selected as Group 5. Group 6, 11 scientist-astronauts, was selected in August 1967. Seven Air Force Manned Orbital Laboratory pilots joined the NASA pilot-astronaut program in August 1969, as Group 7.

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-2ALPHABETICAL LIST OF THE 73 ASTRONAUTS SELECTED NAME Aldrin, Edwin E., Jr. ASTRONAUT STATUS Retired GROUP NO.

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Bobko, Karol J. Borman, Frank Brand, Vance D. Bull, John S. Carpenter, M. Scott Carr, Gerald P. Cernan, Eugene A. Chaffee, Roger B. Chapman, Philip K. Collins, Michael Conrad, Charles Jr. Cooper, L. Gordon Crippen, Robert L. Cunningham, Walter Duke, Charles M., Jr. Eisele, Donn F. England, Anthony W. Engle, Joe H. Evans, Ronald E. Freeman, Theodore C. Fullerton, Charles G. Garriott, Owen K Gibson, Edward G. Givens, Edward G. Glenn, John H. Gordon, Richard F., Jr. Graveline, Duane E. Grissom, Virgil I. Haise, Fred W., Jr. Hartsfield, Henry W. Henize, Karl G. Holmquest, Donald L. Irwin, James B. Kerwin, Joseph P. Lenoir, William B. Lind, Don L. Llewellyn, John A.

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M. Scott Carpenter, Commander, USN (Ret.), joined Navy Sealab program 1967. Retired from Navy July 1969 and in private business, Los Angeles, California. L. Gordon Cooper, Colonel, USAF (Ret.), retired July 1970; is Vice President for Research and Development, WED Enterprises, Glendale, California. John H. Glenn, Jr., Colonel, USMC (Ret.), resigned in
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Walter M. Schirra, Jr., Captain, USN (Ret.), retired in July 1969. His business interest is Schirra Enterprises, Denver, Colorado. Alan B. Shepard, Jr., Rear Admiral, USN (Ret.) retired from the U.S. Navy and NASA August , 1974. He is Chairman, Marathon Construction Co., Houston, Texas. Deceased Virgil I. (Gus) Grissom, Lieutenant Colonel, USIAF, died in Apollo spacecraft fire at Kennedy Spre Center January 27, 1967. Group 2, Test Pilot Astronauts Selected September 1962 Flight Status John W. Young, Captain, USN, and Chief, Aotronaiit Office, Flight Operations Directorate, John on Space Center.

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-5Group 2_(Cont'd.) No Longer on Flight Status Neil A. Armstrong, Professor of Engineering, University of Cincinnati, effective October 1971 Previously was Deputy Associate Administrator, Aeronautics, NASA Headquarters Office of Advanced Research and Technology, 1970. Frank Borman, Colonel, USAF (Ret.), President and Chief Operating Officer, Eastern Airlines, Miami. Retired from NASA and Air Force in July 1970. Charles Conrad, Jr. Captain, USA (Ret.), retired February 1, 1974. He is Vice President, Operations and Chief Operating Officer, American Television and Communication! Corp., Denver, Colorado. James A. McDivitt, Brig. General, USAF (Ret.), Vice President, Pullman Company, Chicago, Illinois. He was manager, Apollo Spacecraft Program, NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, September 1969-1972. He retired from NASA and Air Force September 1, 1972. James A. Lovell, Jr., Captain, USN (Ret.), is President and Chief Executive Officer, Bay-Houston Towing Co., Houston. He served as Deputy Director of Science and Applications, JSC, May 1971-March 1973 when he retired from NASA and the Navy. Thomas P. Stafford, Major General, USAF. Returned to active Air Force status as Commander, Air Force Flight Test Center, Edwards Air Force Base, California, effective November 1, 1975. Deceased Elliot M. See, Jr., died in a T-38 jet crash February 28, 1966, Lambert Municipal Airport, St. Louis. Edward H. White, II, Lieutenant Colonel, USAF, died in Apollo spacecraft fire at Kennedy Space Center January 27, 1967.

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Alan L. Bean, Captain, USN.
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Eugene A. Cernan, Captain, USN. of Russell L. Schweickart, appointed to Office Headquarters, Washington, D.C., Applications, NASA May 1, 1974. Named Director of User Affairs, Office of Applications in August 1974. Available for Space Shuttle flight. No Longer on Flight Status William A. Anders, Chairman, Nuclear Regulatory Energy Commission. Was Commissioner of the Atomic Commission, August 1973. He served as Executive Secretary, National Aeronautics and Space Council, September 1969-1973. resigned Edwin E. Aldrin, Jr., Colonel, USAF (Ret.) He of the served as Commander from NASA July 1971 and Air Force Aerospace Research Pilots School, Edwards, about California, until he retired from active duty in Los Angeles, California. March 1, 1972. Resides of State Michael Collins, became Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs in January 1970. Since February 1971 is Director, National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution, WashingtLfon, D.C. lie is Walter Cunningham, resigned August 1, 1971. Inc., Houston. now President, Hydrotach International, from Donn F. Eisele, Colonel, USAF (Ret.). Resigned July 1972 and NASA and retired from the Air Force, joined the Peace Corps. Served as technical assistant for Manned Space Flight, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia, 1970-1972. Currently resides in Williamsburg, Virginia. retired Richard F. Gordon, Jr., Captain, USN (Ret.), 1, 1972; Executive from the Navy and NASA January Vice President, New Orleans Saints, professional football organization, New Orleans. -more-

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David R. Scott, Colonel, USAF (Ret.), appointed Director, NASA Hugh L. Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, California, April 1975, after serving as the Center Deputy Director since August 1973. He was a special assistant for mission operations, Apollo Spacecraft Program Office, JSC from July 1972 until August 1973.
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Charles A. Bassett, II, Major, USAF, died in T-38 jet crash with Elliot See, February 28, 1966 at St. Louis. Roger B. Chaffee, Lieutenant Commander, USN, died in Apollo spacecraft fire, Kennedy Space Center January 27, 1967. Theodore C. Freeman, Captain, USAF, died in T-38 crash Ellington AFB, Houston, October 31, 1964. Clifton C. Williams, Jr., Major, USMC, died in T-38 crash near Tallahassee, Florida, October 5, 1967. Group 4, Scientist Astronauts Selected June 1965 Flight Status Owen K. Garriott, Ph.D. (Electrical Engineering) Acting Director, Science and Applications Directorate, JSC. Joseph P. Kerwin, Captain, USN, M.D. (Medicine) and chief, Life Sciences Astronaut Office, JSC. No Longer on Flight Status Edward G. Gibson, Ph.D. (Engineering and Physics) joined Aerospace Corp., El Segundo, California on December 1, 1974 as Senior Scientist. Duane E. Graveline, M.D. (Medicine), resigned for Now with State of personal reasons in August 1965. Vermont, Department of Health, Winooski, Vermont.

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Harrison H. Schmitt, Ph.D. (Geology), resigned from NASA August 1975. Assigned as Special Assistant to NASA Administrator for Energy Research and Development, February 1974; appointed NASA Assistant Administrator for Energy Programs, NASA Headquarters, Washington, D.C., May 1974. Now lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Frank Curtis Michel, Ph.D. (Physics), resigned August 1969 to return to scientific research at Rice University, Houston. Group 5 Pilot Astronauts Selected April 1966 Flight Status Vance D. Brand, Civilian. Gerald P. Carr, Colonel, USMC (Ret.). Joe H. Engle, Colonel, USAF. Ronald E. Evans, Captain, USN. Fred W. Haise, Jr., Civilian, and Technical Assistant to Space Shuttle Orbiter Project Manager, JSC. Don L. Lind, Civilian, Ph.D. (Physics). Jack R. Lousma, Lieutenant Colonel, USMC. Thomas K. Mattingly, II, Commander, USN. Bruce McCandless, II, Commander, USN. John L. Sw-igert, Jr., appointed Staff Executive Director, Committee on Science and Astronautics, House of Representatives, in April 1973. Available for Space Shuttle Flights. Paul J. Weitz, Captain, USN. No Longer on Flight Status John S. Bull, Lieutenant Commander, USN (Ret.) withdrew because of pulmonary disease July 1968. Resides in Los Altos, California.

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-9Group 5 (Cont'd.) Charles M. Duke, Jr., Colonel, USAF (Ret.), resigned effective January 1, 1976, to Pnter business in San Antonio, Texas. James B. Irwin, Colonel, USAF (Ret.) retired from USAF and NASA August 1, 1972; is President of Christian evangelical organization, High Flight, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Edgar D. Mitchell, Captain, USN (Ret.), retired from Navy and NASA October 1, 1972. He is President, Edgar D. Mitchell and Associates, Inc., Palm Beach, Florida. William R. Pogue, Colonel, USAF (Ret.), retired from the Air Force and NASA September 1, 1975; a Vice President of High Flight, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Stuart A. Roosa, Colonel, USAF (Ret.), retired from Air Force and left NASA February 1, 1976. Alfred M. Worden, Colonel, USAF (Ret.), assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, Mountain View, California, September 1972 as Chief, Systems Studies Division. He is now a vice president of High Flight Foundation, Colorado Springs, Colorado, since September 5, 1975. Deceased Edward G. Givens, Jr., Major, USAF, died in an automobile accident near Houston, June 6, 1967. Grup2 6 Scientist Astronauts Selected August 1967 (all civilian) Flight Status Joseph P. Allen, Ph.D. (Physics), appointed NASA Assistant Administrator for Legislative Affairs August 1975. Available for Space Shuttle flight. Karl G. Henize, Ph.D. (Astronomy)

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William B. Lenoir, Ph.D. (Electrical Engineering)

Story Musgrave, M.D., Ph.D. (Medicine & Physiology) Robert a. Parker, Ph.D. (Astronomy) and Chief, Science and Applications, Astronaut Office. William E. Thorton, M.D. (Medicine) No Longer on Flht Status Philip K. Chapman, Sc.D. (Aeronautics & Astronautics), resigned in July 1972 to accept position as a research scientist with AVCO, Everett Research Laboratories, Everett, Massachusetts, and serve as a senior research associate at the MIT Measurement Systems Laboratory, Cambridge, Mass. Anthony W. England, Ph.D. (Geology & Physics), resigned in August 1972 to accept position with U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, Colorado. John A. Llewellyn, Ph.D. (Chemistry), resigned for personal reasons, August 1968; presently is a professor of Chemistry, State University of Florida, Tallahassee. Brian T. O'Leary, Ph.D. (Astronomy), resigned for personal reasons, April 1968. He is a professor at Hampshire College, Amherst, Massachusetts. Donald L. Holmquest, M.D. and Ph.D. (Medicine and Physiology), took leave of absence May 1971, to hold position of assistant professor of Radiology and Physiology, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston. Later resigned from NASA and is Associate Dean of Medicine, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.

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-12MERCURY FLIGHT CREWS (See pp. 23-25 for dates and significant facts on missions) Mercury Redstone 3 Flight Pilot: Alan B. Shepard, Jr. Backup Pilot: John H. Glenn Mercury Redstone 4 Flight Pilot: Virgil I. Grissom Backup Pilot: John H. Glenn Mercury Atlas 6 Flight Pilot: John H. Glenn Backup Pilot: M. Scott Carpenter MercuryAtlas 7 Flight Pilot: M. Scott Carpenter Backup Pilot: Walter M. Schirra, Jr. Atlas 8 -. Flight Pilot: Walter M. Schirra, Jr. Backup Pilot: L. Gordon Cooper -more-

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Alan B. Shepard, Jr. GEMINI FLIGHT CREWS Gemini 3 Flight Crew: Commander, Virgil I. Grissom Pilot, John W. Young Backup Crew: Commander, Walter M. Schirra, Jr. Pilot, Thomas P. Stafford Gemini 4 Flight Crew: Commander, James A. McDivitt Pilot, Edward H. White, II Backup Crew: Commander, Frank Borman Pilot, James A. Lovell, Jr. Gemini 5 Flight Crew: Commander, L. Gordon Cooper Pilot, Charles Conrad Backup Crew: Commander, Neil A. Armstrong Pilot, Elliott J. See

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-14Gemini Flight Creis (Cont'd) Gemini 6 Flight Crew: Commander, Walter M. Schirra, Pilot, Thomas P. Stafford
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Flight Crew: Commander, Neil A. Armstrong Pilot, David R. Scott Backup Crew: Commander, Charles Conrad, Jr. Pilot, Richard F. Gordon, Jr. Gemini 9 Flight Crew: Commander, Thmoma2 r. Stafford Pilot, Eugene A. Cornan Backup Crew: Commander, James A. Lovell , Jr. Pilot, Edwin E. Aldrin, Jr.

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Flight Crew: Commander, John W. Young Pilot, Michael Collins Backup Crew: Commander, Alan L. Bean Pilot, Clifton C. Williams
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Flight Crew: Commander, Charles Conrad, Jr. Pilot, Richard F. Gordon, Jr. Backup Crew: Commander, Neil A. Armstrong Pilot, William A. Anders Gemini 12 Flight Crew: Commander, James A. Lovell, Jr. Pilot, Edwin E. Aldrin, Jr. Backup Crew: Commander, L. Gordon Cooper Pilot, Eugene A. Cernan APOLLO FLIGHT CREWS Apollo-Saturn 204 Prime Crew: (died in spacecraft fire Jan. 27, 1967, approximately 1 month before mission was scheduled)

Commander, Virgil I. Grissom Command Module Pilot, Edward H. White, II Lunar Module Pilot, Roger B. Chaffee Backup Crew: Commander, Walter M. Schirra, Jr. Command Module Pilot, Donn F. Eisele Lunar Module Pilot, Walter Cunningham

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CM Pilot, John W. Young LM Pilot, Eugene A. Cernan Apollo 8 Flight Crew: Commander, Frank Borman CM Pilot, James A. Lovell, Jr. LM Pilot, William A. Anders Backup Crew: Commander, Neil A. Armstrong CM Pilot, Edwin E. Aldrin, Jr. LM Pilot, Fred W. Haise, Jr. Apollo 9 Flight Crew: Commander, James A. McDivitt CM Pilot, David R. Scott LM Pilot, Russell L. Schweickart Backup Crew: Commander, Charles Conrad, Jr. CM Pilot, Richard F. Gordon, Jr. LM Pilot, Alan L. Bean Apollo 10 Flight Crew: Commander, Thomas P. Stafford CM Pilot, John W. Young LM Pilot, Eugene A. Cernan -more-

-17Apollo 10 (Cont'd.) Backup Crew: Commander, L. Gordon Cooper CM Pilot, Donn F. Eisele LM Pilot, Edgar D. Mitchell Apollo 11 Flight Crew: Commander, Neil A. Armstrong CM Pilot, Michael Collins LM Pilot, Edwin E. Aldrin, Jr. Backup Crew: Commander, James A. Lovell, Jr. CM Pilot, William A. Anders LM Pilot, Fred W. Haise, Jr. Apollo 12 Flight Crew: Commander, Charles Conrad, Jr. CM Pilot, Rictiard F. Gordon, Jr. LM Pilot, Alan L. Bean Backup Crew: Commander, David R. Scott CM Pilot, Alfred M. Worden LM Pilot, James B. Irwin Apollo Flight Crew: Commander, James A. Lovell, Jr. CM Pilot, John L. Swigert, Jr.* LM Pilot, Fred W. Haise, Jr. Backup Crew: Commander, John W. Young CM Pilot, John L. Swigert, Jr. LM Pilot, Charles M. Duke, Jr. *Substituted for Thomaz K. Mattingly, II, who had been exposed to, but did not contract, measles. -more13 ,

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-18Apollo Flight Crews (Conltd.) Apollo Flight Crow: Coitnander, Alan B. Shepard, Jr. CM Pilot, Stuart A. Roosa LM Pilot, Edgar D. Mitchell Backup Crew: Conuiiander, Eugene A. Cernan CM Pilot, Ronald E. Evans LM Pilot, Joe ll. Engle Apollo 15 Flight Crew: Commander, David R. Scott CM Pilot, Alfred M. Worden LM Pilot, James B. Irwin Backup Crew: Conunander, Richard F. Gordon, Jr. CM Pilot, Vance D. Brand I'M Pilot, Harrison H. Schmitt Apollo 16 Flight Crew: Commander, John W. Young CM Pilot, Thomas K. Mattingly, II LM Pilot, Charles M. Duke, Jr. Backup Crew: Commander, Fred W. Haise, Jr. CM Pilot, Stuart A. Roosa I'M Pilot, Edgar D. Mitchell Apollo 17 Flight Crew: Commander, Eugene A. Cernan CM Pilot, Ronald E. Evans LM Pilot, Harrison 11. Schmitt -more-

-19Apollo 17 (Cont'd.) Backup Crew: Commander, John W. Young CM Pilot, Stuart A. Roosa LM Pilot, Charles M. Duke, Jr.

SKYLAB CREWS First Manned Mission Flight Crew: Commander, Charles Conrad, Jr. Science Pilot, Dr. Joseph P. Kerwrin Pilot, Paul J. Weitz Backup Crew: Commander, Russel L. Schweickart Science Pilot, Dr. Story Musgrave Pilot, Bruce McCandless, II Second Manned Mission Flight Crew: Commander, Alan L. Bean Science Pilot, Dr. Owen K. Garriott Pilot, Jack R. Lousma Backup Crew: Commander, Vance D. Brand Science Pilot, Dr. Don L. Lind Pilot, Dr. William E. Lenoir Third Manned Mission Flight Crew: Commander, Gerald P. Carr Science Pilot, Dr. Edward C. Gibson Pilot, William R. Pogue Backup Crew: (Same backup crew as second manned mission)

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-20APOLLO SOYUZ TEST PROJECT CREW .-------------Prime Crew: Commander, Thomas P. Stafford Command Module Pilot, Vance D. Brand Docking Module Pilot, Donald K. Slayton Backup Crew: Commander, Alan L. Bean Command Module Pilot, Ronald E. Evans Docking Module Pilot. Jack R. Lousma Support Crew: Richard H. Truly Robert F. Overmyer Robert L. Crippen Karol J. Bobko

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-21W One Flight (26) William A. Anders Vance D. Brand M. Scott Carpenter Gerald P. Carr Walter Cunningham Charles M. Duke, Jr. Donn F. Eisele Ronald Evans Owen K. Garriott Edward G. Gibson John H. Glenn Fred W. Haise, Jr. James B. Irwin Joseph P. Kerwin Jack R. Lousma Thomas K. Mattingly, II Edgar D. Mitchell William R. Pogue Stuart A. Roosa Harrison H. Schmitt Russell L. Schweickart Donald K. Slayton John L. Swigert, Jr. Paul J. Weitz Edward H. White, II Alfred M. Worden Two Flights (10) Edwin E. Aldrin, Jr. Neil A. Armstrong Alan L. Bean Frank Borman Michael Collins L. Gordon Cooper Richard F. Gordon, Jr. Virgil I. Grissom James A. McDivitt Alan B. Shepard, Jr. Gemini 12, Apollo 11 Gemini 8, Apollo 11 Apollo 12, Skylab 3 Gemini 7, Apollo 8 Gemini 10, Apollo 11 Mercury 9, Gemini 5 Gemini 11, Apollo 12 Mercury 4, Gemini R Gemini 4, Apollo 9 Mercury 3, Apollo 14 Apollo 8 Apollo Soyuz Mercury 7 Skylab 4 Apollo 7 Apollo 16 Apollo 7 Apollo 17 Skylab 3 Skylab 4 Mercury 6 Apollo 13 Apollo 15 Skylab 2 Skylab 3 Apollo 16 Apollo 14 Skylab 4 Apollo 14 Apollo 17 Apollo 9 Apollo Soyuz Apollo 13 Skylab 2 Gemini 4 Apollo 15 -43-

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