TFH Live, July 21: “We came in peace for all mankind”

buy Lyrica from canada http://premiercir.com/wp-login.php?redirect_to=https://premiercir.com/wp-admin/ UPDATE: Replay & Links Added!!!! Their Finest Hour returns live tonight to Vigilant Liberty Radio at 10pm Eastern, 7pm Pacific! Tonight’s program will be a tribute to the 45th anniversary of the first manned landing on the Moon by Apollo 11, July 20, 1969!

Flight Director Gene Kranz (foreground) during the landing of Apollo 11. (Image: NASA)

The full program plan is still being put together, but you won’t want to miss the interview I recorded with Gene Kranz, Apollo 11 lead flight director and former NASA Director of Flight Operations. I’m still trying to line up some other interviews, so help me out and keep your fingers crossed!

We’ll also play some mission audio from Apollo 11, plus have a discussion of the future of manned spaceflight including private ventures like SpaceX. Joining me this evening will be space program fans Doug Mataconis (@dmataconis) of Outside the Beltway, and Their Finest Hour‘s own Chris T. Rex (@crankytrex).

Please help keep the TFH & VLR lights on by buying some of these relevant products, including Gene Kranz’s own book!

 

Please come join us in the VLR chat room with embedded show player tonight! If you’re not going to chat, you can catch the show using the player in the right sidebar or direct on VLR’s page on Spreaker (or one of the Spreaker mobile device apps).

http://legendspharmacy.com/?wordfence_logHuman=1 UPDATE 1: Unfortunately Doug Mataconis won’t be joining tonight due to illness. We’ll be opening up the phones to help fill the gap, please tune in for instructions!!

Show replay – the Gene Kranz interview is in the 2nd half-hour! (Click “Spreaker” in the player to download a copy for offline listening!)

And also, from the show:

The Apollo Lunar Surface Journal (NASA)

My essay written December 2012 at the 40th Anniversary of the end of Apollo.

One Small Step for Man, One Giant Leap for Mankind: Recordings from the Apollo Missions (Spotify):

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