Cernan, Eugene, 1934-2017

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Eugene Andrew Cernan (b. March 14, 1934, Chicago, Illinois-d. January 16, 2017, Houston, Texas), American astronaut, naval aviator, electrical engineer, aeronautical engineer and fighter pilot, left his mark on the history of exploration by flying three times into space, twice to the moon. As part of the Apollo 17 mission, he was the 11th person to walk on the Moon and, as the last man to re-enter the Lunar Module, he was, as of 2017 the last man to have walked on its surface.
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referencedIn FUNERAL SERVICES FOR ASTRONAUTS GRISSOM AND CHAFFEE, ARLINGTON CEMETERY, VIRGINIA, AND ANDREWS AFB, MARYLAND
referencedIn News of the Day (June 8)
referencedIn President Richard Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon with Apollo 17 Astronauts Eugene Cernan, Ronald Evans, and Harrison Schmitt Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum
referencedIn Harrison Schmitt and Eugene Cernan of Apollo 17 Standing by the Lunar Rover Vehicle Simulator National Archives at Riverside (U.S.)
referencedIn This film presents the highlights of the second lunar orbital mission by astronauts Thomas P. Stafford, Eugene Cernan and John Young. The film includes footage of the undocking and descent of the lunar module within 10 miles of the lunar surface. United States. National Archives and Records Administration
referencedIn Harrison Schmitt and Eugene Cernan of Apollo 17 Inspecting Rocks During Geology Field Trip National Archives at Riverside (U.S.)
referencedIn AS17-162-24065 - Apollo 17 - Apollo 17, Eugene Cernan shaves inside the Command Module United States. National Archives and Records Administration
referencedIn Harrison Schmitt and Eugene Cernan of Apollo 17 Inspecting a Rock During Geology Training National Archives at Riverside (U.S.)
referencedIn Astronaut Geology Education Files, ca. 1962 - ca. 1975 United States. National Archives and Records Administration
referencedIn Photographs of Spiro Agnew Trips, 1969 - 1973 United States. National Archives and Records Administration
contributorOf APOLLO FIFTEEN HIGHLIGHTS #73: INTERVIEW WITH CAPTAIN EUGENE CERNAN ON NBC-TV United States. National Archives and Records Administration
referencedIn This film examines the purpose of the Apollo 10 flight, and contains footage of the spacecraft and rocket preparation, and its astronauts command pilot Thomas Stafford, Eugene Cernan, and John Young. United States. National Archives and Records Administration
creatorOf AS17-134-20425 - Apollo 17 - Apollo 17 Mission image - Station1, Panoramic, Sample 1500, 1535-606 United States. National Archives and Records Administration
creatorOf Sound Recordings of Meetings and Telephone Conversations (Nixon Administration). 2/16/1971 - 7/18/1973. Sound Recordings of Meetings and Telephone Conversations. 2/16/1971 - 7/18/1973. Camp David study table tape number 157
referencedIn AS17-157-23821 - Apollo 17 - Apollo 17, Interior of Command Module with Eugene cernan in view United States. National Archives and Records Administration
referencedIn Eugene Cernan of Apollo 17 Learning About Geology From a Geology Professor National Archives at Riverside (U.S.)
referencedIn APOLLO 17 ASTRONAUT EUGENE CERNAN ON THE MOON United States. National Archives and Records Administration
referencedIn ASTRONAUT EUGENE CERNAN IN NEPAL CONCERNING REACTION TO MOONROCK TO SOUTH ASIAN COUNTRIES United States. National Archives and Records Administration
referencedIn News of the Day (Jan. 2) United States. National Archives and Records Administration
referencedIn AS17-147-22523 - Apollo 17 - Apollo 17, Commander Eugene Cernan drives the Lunar Rover United States. National Archives and Records Administration
referencedIn News of the Day (June 11)
referencedIn Edward Purdy Ney Papers, 1941-1996 University of Minnesota Libraries. University of Minnesota Archives. [uarc]
referencedIn AS17-162-24085 - Apollo 17 - Apollo 17, Eugene Cernan reads a checklist United States. National Archives and Records Administration
referencedIn AS17-147-22526_ALT - Apollo 17 - Apollo 17, Commander Eugene Cernan drives the Lunar Rover United States. National Archives and Records Administration
referencedIn Hovde, Frederick L., 1908-. Frederick L. Hovde papers, 1908-1983, bulk 1946-1971. Purdue University Library
referencedIn ASTRONAUTS EUGENE CERNAN AND THOMAS STAFFORD PRESS CONFERENCE United States. National Archives and Records Administration
referencedIn GEMINI 9 HIGHLIGHTS: ASTRONAUTS THOMAS STAFFORD AND EUGENE CERNAN SIGHTING AND RECOVERY United States. National Archives and Records Administration
referencedIn GEMINI 9 HIGHLIGHTS: PRESIDENT LYNDON JOHNSON CONVERSATION WITH ASTRONAUTS THOMAS STAFFORD AND EUGENE CERNAN United States. National Archives and Records Administration
referencedIn Ney, Edward Purdy, 1920-. Edward Purdy Ney Papers, 1941-1996. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
referencedIn Apollo 17: A Special Report United States. National Archives and Records Administration
referencedIn AS17-157-23823 - Apollo 17 - Apollo 17, Interior of Command Module with Eugene Cernan in view United States. National Archives and Records Administration
referencedIn PRESS CONFERENCE USA WITH APOLLO TEN ASTRONAUTS THOMAS STAFFORD, EUGENE CERNAN AND JOHN YOUNG United States. National Archives and Records Administration
referencedIn AS17-147-22599 - Apollo 17 - Apollo 17, ALSEP Panarama during EVA 1 with Cernan in view United States. National Archives and Records Administration
referencedIn ASTRONAUTS RECEIVE SURVIVAL TRAINING
contributorOf HISTORY AND IMPACT OF SATELLITE COMMUNICATION - CERNAN/CHARYK United States. National Archives and Records Administration
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employeeOf ABC News. corporateBody
memberOf American astronautical society corporateBody
memberOf Apollo 10 (Spacecraft) corporateBody
memberOf Apollo 17 (Spacecraft) corporateBody
memberOf Explorers Club corporateBody
memberOf Gemini IX-A (Spacecraft) corporateBody
associatedWith Hovde, Frederick L., 1908- person
associatedWith Ney, Edward Purdy, 1920- person
alumnusOrAlumnaOf Perdue University. corporateBody
associatedWith Stafford, Thomas P. person
employeeOf United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration corporateBody
memberOf United States. Navy corporateBody
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Chicago IL US
Houston TX US
Subject
Space flight to the moon
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Astronauts
Naval officers
Electrical engineers
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Birth 1934-03-14

Death 2017-01-16

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