This Week in Space History- April 13th to the 19th- Featuring Richard Easton

Episode 423 · April 14th, 2020 · 23 mins 53 secs

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Richard Easton and Eric Frazier- GPS Declassified

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Episode Links:

Richard Easton and Eric Frazier- GPS Declassified

Touchdown! Landing the First Shuttle Mission-

Rogers Dry Lake- NASA

NASA Armstrong Fact Sheet: The Dry Lakes

April 14, 1981, Landing of First Space Shuttle Mission

April 14, 1981- Crowds at Edwards Air Force Base

Touchdown! Landing the First Shuttle Mission

STS-1 Nearly 40 Years Ago
30th Anniversary Celebration

More on Apollo 16 next week.
Apollo 16- NASA Mission Page

National Space Society YouTube.
STS-100 Post Flight Presentation