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TEST PILOT A person who flies new or experimental aircraft to test the machine’s flight worthiness. S. 7 D Deputy Associate Administrator for Aeronautics 24 E Eagle 18, 19, 20 Earth 6, 7, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 32 Engagement Star (medal) 10 Essex, USS 10 O F Obama, Barack 26 Ohio 8 Florida 8 P G Pacific Ocean 14, 21 Pensacola Naval Air Station 8 Purdue University 8, 10 Gagarin, Yuri 6 Gemini (program) 12, 16 Gemini 8 12, 14 Gold Star 10 Grissom, Virgil “Gus” 16 R Russia 5 H S Houston, TX 19 Scott, David 12 Sea of Tranquility 19 Shearon, Janet 11 South Korea 10 Soviet Union 5, 6, 23 Soyuz 23 Sputnik 1 6, 23 I Indiana 8, 10 K Kennedy, John F.
The astronauts receive a hero’s welcome. 28 Neil Armstrong puts on his helmet on July 16, 1969, the Apollo 11 launch day. 1971 Armstrong retires from NASA and becomes a college professor teaching aerospace engineering at the University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio. 1982-1992 Armstrong works as chairman of Computing Technologies for Aviation in Charlottesville, Virginia. 2012, August 25 Neil Armstrong dies of complications from heart surgery. 29 Glossary AERONAUTICS The study of how things fly through the air.
It lasted from about 1947, just after the end of World War II, until the early 1990s, when the Soviet Union collapsed and Communism was no longer a major threat to the United States. COMMAND MODULE The part of a spaceship in which the astronauts live, communicate with the control center on Earth, and operate the ship’s controls. COSMONAUT A Russian astronaut. EAGLE The name of the lunar landing module on Apollo 11. On July 20, 1969, Eagle carried astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin Jr.