Fred Wallace Haise, Jr. (born November 14, 1933) is an engineer and former NASA astronaut. Shows how the ground controllers had to solve the difficult problem of getting the astronauts James Lovell, Fred Haise, and Jack Swigert back to Earth with limited air, water, and electricity. Haise flew as the lunar module pilot on the aborted Apollo 13 lunar mission in 1970. This Space Available. Fred Haise “Spacefest X” Autograph Event – August 2019 0 ... Book signings are popular events and they are also a great way to increase the value of your book, especially if it’s signed by someone famous. (Fred Haise) "Open up the pages of Watkins' in-depth view of the unsung heroes of the Apollo mission, and you will get a clear idea of why the Apollo Program was so successful. The engine is the heart of the airplane, but the pilot is its soul.Author unknown.
By Emily Carney . Fred Haise is the author of Apollo Moon Missions (4.10 avg rating, 30 ratings, 3 reviews, published 2005) FLOWN ON APOLLO 13 – Lunar Module systems data book schematic sheet, with autograph annotations by Haise, 11-17 April 1970. The last time I met Fred Haise, I asked him about autographs, knowing that a donation would probably be needed. Presents an account of the ill-fated Apollo 13 moon mission.
$100 for three autographs is a bargain for an Apollo astronaut (or $50 for one autograph), especially when you consider that at autograph shows he charges about $80 per signature. He suggested doing it though the Infinity Science Center which is nearby him. He is one of only 24 people to have flown to the Moon.
Meet the people behind the scenes of our journey to the moon as Billy Watkins magnificently portrays the human dedication of many people to achieve man's greatest adventure. Fred Haise is a former U.S. Air Force and Marine Corps pilot and NASA astronaut most famous for his role as the lunar module pilot for the nearly-catastrophic Apollo 13 mission. "—Jim Lovell, Apollo 13 astronaut Haise was soon back and testified before Congress with the other Apollo 13 astronauts and Dee O’Hara, nurse to the astronauts, along to give him daily shots. An important flown reference for the Apollo 13 emergency: an electrical schematic referenced by Fred Haise as he worked to preserve sufficient power for the critical rocket burns needed to return the crew to Earth