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  1. Eugene Francis Gene Kranz (Toledo, Ohio, 17 de agosto de 1933) es un ingeniero aeroespacial estadounidense, director de vuelo durante el Programa Gemini y el Programa Apolo de la NASA. ... fue promocionado a director de vuelo cuando se desarrollaba la misión Apolo 13. Kranz quien estaba embebido en la doctrina Kraft, ...

  2. 27 de ago. de 2015 · Gene Kranz is best known for his stellar performance as flight director for the ill-fated Apollo 13 mission. But Kranz is also known for another thing: his white vests. Kranz’s vests had legendary status around mission control, and also in the minds of the public after actor Ed Harris wore an exact replica of Kranz’s most famous vest in the 1995 movie, Apollo 13.

  3. Forty years ago, for several unbearably tense days—April 13 to April 17, 1970—the whole world watched as NASA Flight Director Gene Kranz led a team that worked around the clock to rescue ...

  4. Jim Lovell y Gene Kranz relatan la historia del Apollo 13 a los ingenieros y diseñadores de SolidWorks World 2011 Joan Sánchez Sabé, desde San Antonio, TX, EE UU 24/01/2011 3904

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Gene_KranzGene Kranz - Wikipedia

    Eugene Francis Kranz (born August 17, 1933) is an American aerospace engineer who served as NASA's second Chief Flight Director, directing missions of the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo programs, including the first lunar landing mission, Apollo 11.He directed the successful efforts by the Mission Control team to save the crew of Apollo 13, and was portrayed in the 1995 film of the same name by ...

  6. 13 de abr. de 2020 · Entre los cuatro directores de vuelo del Apolo 13 (Windler, Griffin, Lunney y Kranz) destaca la figura mítica de Gene Kranz. Alumno y sucesor de otro histórico ―Chris Kraft, el...

  7. 11 de jun. de 2022 · El director de vuelo, Gene Kranz, dio el visto bueno para el lanzamiento del Apolo 13 desde el Centro de Control de la Misión de Houston el 11 de abril de 1970. Un motor de la segunda etapa falla prematuramente cuando el cohete Saturno V asciende a través de la atmósfera, pero la nave alcanza su órbita terrestre de estacionamiento. .