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L-R, JOE MULE, 80, of Lakewood, NJ, the National Marconi Science Award 2010 recipient (UNICO), and former NASA Apollo astronaut FRED HAISE are at a Summer of '69 Celebration Event held at the Long Island Cradle of Aviation Museum, on the 45th Anniversary of NASA Apollo 11 LEM landing on the moon July 20, 1969. Mule was an engineer and reliability manager for the LEM Lunar Excursion Module. Haise, the lunar module pilot for Apollo 13 mission, was in the LEM Room during the reunion of former Northrop Grumman Aerospace Corporation employees. Behind them is Lunar Module LM-13 intended for Apollo 18 mission to Copernicus Crater in 1973, which was canceled.
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Summer of 69 Celebration Cradle of Aviation Museum
L-R, JOE MULE, 80, of Lakewood, NJ, the National Marconi Science Award 2010 recipient (UNICO), and former NASA Apollo astronaut FRED HAISE are at a Summer of '69 Celebration Event held at the Long Island Cradle of Aviation Museum, on the 45th Anniversary of NASA Apollo 11 LEM landing on the moon July 20, 1969. Mule was an engineer and reliability manager for the LEM Lunar Excursion Module. Haise, the lunar module pilot for Apollo 13 mission, was in the LEM Room during the reunion of former Northrop Grumman Aerospace Corporation employees. Behind them is Lunar Module LM-13 intended for Apollo 18 mission to Copernicus Crater in 1973, which was canceled.