Perspectives: Flight Director Mike Sarafin

“We haven’t had this feeling in a long time, this feeling of beginning something new – in this case deep space exploration. It’s a new mission and there are some things that we’re going to learn tomorrow from this flight test that we will apply.”HoustonMissionControlRoom

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  1. My family name,”Geier”, was originally spelled “Geyer” myGerman Father told me it means Vulture/Eagle, as in the 9 foot wingspan Lammergeier.
    My goal as a child, was to help build a rocket to the moon. In 1966 I started my first job as an Engineer
    for Grumman Aircraft. I was part of the Crew and Equipment Integration group, and helped design the interior of the Lunar Module

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