We're saddened by the loss of astronaut John Young, who was 87. Young flew twice to the Moon, walked on its surface & flew the first Space Shuttle mission. He went to space six times in the Gemini, Apollo & Space Shuttle programs. pic.twitter.com/l4nSwUCMIq
— NASA (@NASA) January 6, 2018
Youthful flew twice to the Moon, strolled on its surface and flew the main Space Shuttle mission. He went to space six times in the Gemini, Apollo and Space Shuttle programs.”
Youthful was the principal individual to go to space six times, seven on the off chance that you check his lunar liftoff.
Relatively few individuals contended with Young.
Current Jonson Space Center Director Ellen Ochoa on Saturday stated, “It is difficult to exaggerate the effect that John Young had on human space flight.
Past his outstanding and noteworthy missions through three projects, he worked indefatigably for quite a long time to comprehend and relieve the dangers that NASA space explorers confront. He had our backs.”
Tributes poured in from is kindred space explorers.
— Scott Kelly (@StationCDRKelly) January 6, 2018
Terry Virts: “You were one of my legends as a space explorer and your energy for space will be remembered fondly.”
Chris Hadfield: “A space explorers space explorer, a courageous individual and a decent companion. Godspeed.”
At the point when gotten some information about the danger of flying on the space carry Columbia without precedent for 1981, Young reacted, “Any individual who sits over the biggest hydrogen-oxygen filled framework on the planet, knowing they will light the base, and doesn’t get somewhat stressed, does not completely comprehend the circumstance.”