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LIST (January 2018) Still living NASA Gemini and Apollo astronauts
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That Derek
2018-01-06 18:12:55 UTC
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This list reflects the passing of Gemini/Apollo Astronaut John W. Young:

Still extant NASA astronauts are denoted in CAPITAL LETTERS (I learned this dynamic from David Carson).

MERCURY (manned flights):

Freedom 7 (May 1961):
Alan Bartlett Shepherd Jr.

Liberty Bell 7 (July 1961):
Virgil Ivan “Gus” Grissom

Friendship 7 (February 1962):
John Herschel Glenn Jr.

Aurora 7 (May 1962):
Malcolm Scott “Scott” Carpenter

Sigma 7 (October 1962):
Walter Marty “Wally” Schirra Jr.

Faith 7 (May 1963):
Leroy Gordon “Gordon/Gordo” Cooper Jr.

GEMINI:

Gemini III (March 1965):
Gus Grissom
John Watts Young

Gemini IV (June 1965):
JAMES ALTON “JIM” McDIVITT
Edwin Higgins “Ed” White II

Gemini V (August 1965 Leroy)
Gordon Cooper Jr.
Charles “Pete” Conrad Jr.

Gemini VI-A (October 1965):
Wally Schirra
THOMAS PATTEN “TOM” STAFFORD

Gemini VII (October 1965):
FRANK FREDERICK BORMAN II
JAMES ARTHUR “JIM” LOVELL JR.

Gemini VIII (March 1966):
Neil Alden Armstrong
DAVID RANDOLPH SCOTT

Gemini IX (June 1966):
TOM STAFFORD
Eugene Andrew “Gene” Cernan

Gemini X (July 1966):
John Young
MICHAEL COLLINS

Gemini XI (September 1966):
Pete Conrad
Richard Francis “Dick” Gordon Jr.

Gemini XII (November 1966):
Jim Lovell
EDWIN “BUZZ” ALDRIN

APOLLO:

Apollo I (February 1967):
Gus Grissom
Ed White:
Roger Bruce Chaffee

Apollo VIII (December 1968):
FRANK BORMAN
JIM LOVELL
WILLIAM ALLSON “BILL” ANDERS

Apollo IX (March 1969):
JIM McDIVITT
DAVID SCOTT
RUSSELL LOUIS “RUSTY” SCHWEICKERT

Apollo X (May 1969):
TOM STAFFORD
John Young
Gene Cernan

Apollo XI (July 1969):
Neil Armstrong (moonwalker #1)
BUZZ ALDRIN (moonwalker #2)
MICHAEL COLLINS

Apollo XII (November 1969):
Pete Conrad (moonwalker #3)
ALAN LaVERN BEAN (moonwalker #4)
Dick Gordon

Apollo XIII (April 1970):
JIM LOVELL
John Leonard “Jack” Swigert Jr.:
FRED WALLACE HAISE JR.

Apollo XIV (January-February 1971):
Alan Shepherd (moonwalker #5)
Edgar "Ed: Mitchell (moonwalker #6)
Stuart Allen “Stu” Roosa

Apollo XV (July-August 1971):
DAVID SCOTT (moonwalker #7)
James Benson “Jim” Irwin (moonwalker #8)
ALFRED MERRILL “AL” WORDEN

Apollo XVI (April 1972):
John Young (moonwalker #9)
CHARLES MOSS “CHARLIE” DUKE JR. (moonwalker #10)
THOMAS KENNETH “KEN” MATTINGLY II

Apollo XVII (April 1972):
Gene Cernan (moonwalker #11)
HARRISON HAGAN “JACK” SCHMIT (moonwalker #12):
Ronald Ellwin Evans Jr.

Apollo-Soyuz (July 1975):
TOM STAFFORD
Donald K. “Deke” Slayton\
VANCE DEVOE BRAND

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SIXTEEN (16) STILL LIVING NASA ASTRONAUTS (Mercury-Gemini-Apollo)
Jim McDivitt
Tom Stafford
Frank Borman
Jim Lovell
David Scott
Michael Collins
Buzz Aldrin
Bill Anders
Rusty Schweikert
Alan Bean
Fred Haise
Al Worden
Charlie Duke
Ken Mattingly
Jack Scmitt
Vance Brand

ZERO (0) STILL LIVING MERCURY 7 ASTRONAUTS (Shepherd-Grissom-Glenn-Carpenter-Schirra-Cooper-Slayton)

SEVEN (7) STILL LIVING GEMINI ASTRONAUTS:
Jim McDivitt (IV)
Tom Stafford (VI)
Frank Borman (VII);
Jim Lovell (VII)
David Scott (VIII):
Michael Collins (X)
Buzz Aldrin (XII)

SIXTEEN (16) STILL LIVING APOLLO ASTRONAUTS:
Frank Borman (VIII)
Jim Lovell (VIII; XIII)
Bill Anders (VIII)
Jim McDivitt (IX)
David Scott (IXl XV)
Rusty Schweikert (IX)
Tom Stafford (X; Soyuz)
Buzz Aldrin (XI)
Michael Collins (X)
Alan Bean (XII)
Fred Haise (XIII)
Al Worden (XV)
Charlie Duke (XVI)
Ken Marringly (XVI)
Jack Schmitt (XVII)
Vance Brand (Soyuz)

FIVE (5) STILL LIVING MOONWALKERS:
Buzz Aldrin (#2)
Alan Bean (#4)
David Scott (#7)
Charlie Duke. (#10)
Jack Schmitt (#12)

THREE (3) STILL LIVING “THIRD MAN OUT” NON-MOONWALKING APOLLO ASTRONAUTS:(excluding non-moon contact Apollo XIII):
Michael Collins (XI)
Al Worden (XV)
Ken Mattingly (XVI)
David Carson
2018-01-06 23:53:43 UTC
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Post by That Derek
Gus Grissom
Roger Bruce Chaffee
FRANK BORMAN
JIM LOVELL
WILLIAM ALLSON “BILL” ANDERS
You omitted Apollo 7 - Schirra (dead), Eisele (dead), Cunningham (alive).

I heard Walt Cunningham speak about a year ago. According to him, Apollo 7
was the most important one!

David Carson
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Dead or Alive Data Base
http://www.doadb.com
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