Gene Kranz

ACH042: Gene Kranz was an unsung hero of NASA’s golden age of manned spaceflight. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us that as director of mission control, he oversaw dozens of Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo flights, including Apollo 11 and 13. And his Catholic faith underpinned his “failure is not an option” spirit that characterized his tenure.

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