NASA launched 11 crews as part of the Apollo flight test and lunar landing program, with astronauts Eugene Cernan, Jim Lovell, David Scott and John Young flying twice. Of the 29 astronauts who flew in the Apollo program, 15, including four of 12 moonwalkers, were still alive as the 50th anniversary of the first Moon landing approached. The youngest, Ken Mattingly, is 83. Here is a look at the Apollo flight crews. Apollo 1 Crew Astronauts Virgil “Gus” Grissom (left), Edward ...

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