3 edition of Failure is not an option found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||TL873 .K73 2000b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||662 p. (large print) ;|
|Number of Pages||662|
|ISBN 10||0783891369, 0783891377|
|ISBN 10||9780783891361, 9780783891378|
|LC Control Number||00040700|
Certainly financial growth is a desired outcome. Technical references could not be left out and there were a lot of acronyms. When he writes of his fellow workers, though, Kranz shows a compassionate side, taking care to point out the achievements of his colleagues. Kennedy's commitment to land a man on the Moon before the end of the s.
In many ways we have the young people, we have the talent, we have the imagination, we have the technology. When I By no means perfect, but any book that can make me snort-laugh on multiple occasions will get a thumbs up from me! He participated in the space program from the early days of the Mercury program to the last Apollo mission, and beyond. He endured the disastrous first years when rockets blew up and the United States seemed to fall further behind the Soviet Union in the space race. We proceeded based on the data the company provided and a shorter timeline than we would have liked.
I remembered all the highlights of this time period, but the book filled in so many details. We were rolling the dice, hoping that things would come together by launch day, when in our hearts we knew it would take a miracle. For example, Plumpjack Winery has an annual failure award to celebrate stupid outcomes based on good intentions. Kranz then used it as the title of his autobiography. School for many of us is a place where our skills are put to the test, and soon enough we find that failure is there, waiting around the corner. Second, he recommends a revitalization of NASA, citing its change from a disciplined team with a clear goal into just another federal bureaucracy.
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A fascinating firsthand account by a veteran mission controller of one of America's greatest achievements, Failure is Not an Option reflects on what has happened to the space program and offers his own bold suggestions about what we ought to be doing in space now.
They were apparently professionals who depended upon each other but did not choose to mix socially. Matt Frewer portrays him in the TV movie Apollo His father died inwhen Eugene was only seven years old.
Add to basket Add to wishlist Description This New York Times bestselling memoir of a veteran NASA flight director tells riveting stories from the early days of the Mercury program through Apollo 11 the moon landing and Apollo 13, for both of which Kranz was flight director.
There he suggests that the change in NASA and in the makeup of the aerospace industry have placed the future of space exploration in jeopardy. When the space technology failed, as it sometimes did, the controllers' only recourse was to rely on their skills and those of their teammates.
When I found out he'd written a book, I knew I'd be reading it. I've listed this as an autobiography, but it's really a memoir, as stated in the subtitle. Somewhere, somehow, we screwed up. What Kranz does so well is to put the reader at the console along with the flight controller.
With his teammates, he accepted the challenge to carry out President John F. He pays tribute to such luminaries as Chris Kraft, Glynn Lunney, John Hodge and others, and his assessment of their capabilities is surely valid.
He is dispassionate as he deals with the tremendous uncertainties of the time, when risks were taken on a scale that would be impossible today.
Yet Kranz does not gloss over the fact that there was rarely a close personal relationship between the people in mission control and the astronauts in space.
We will never again compromise our responsibilities. Kennedy's commitment to land a man on the Moon before the end of the s. Following his high school graduation inKranz went to college.
It was their call whether a mission could be continued or aborted. After Gemini, he served as a Flight Director on odd-numbered Apollo missions, including Apollos 5, 7 and 9, including the first and only successful unmanned test of the Lunar Module Apollo 5.
We were rolling the dice, hoping that things would come together by launch day, when in our hearts we knew it would take a miracle. My job is to let him fail without shame or reprimand.
It will never be erased.
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He continued as Flight Director for the Apollo 11 lunar landing. He is a co-recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom for his work leading the Apollo 13 teams. "Failure Is Not an Option" is his first book. He lives with his family near Houston, Texas.5/5(1). Feb 16, · Buy Failure Is Not an Option: Mission Control from Mercury to Apollo 13 and Beyond Unabridged edition by Gene Kranz, Danny Campbell (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Read an Excerpt. Chapter One: The Four-Inch Flight "Houston, we have a problem." At some time in the hours that followed that terse announcement from Apollo 13, many of us in NASA's Mission Control Center wondered if we were going to lose the crew.
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