apollo ix

1972, NASA astronaut Thomas Stafford returned from a trip to Russia as Commander of the ASTP mission to discuss the Soviet-US Apollo Soyuz Test Project mission. Stafford holds a model of the Soyuz and Apollo spacecraft in their docked configuration. Note that astronaut Stafford wore a Gold Apollo Tribute Speedmaster 145.022 with burgundy colored bezel. Stafford was awarded this Gold Omega Speedmaster chronograph #13 for his Gemini VI & IX and Apollo 10 achievements.
(Photo: NASA)

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Good day everyone, every now and then I’ll put a few Digital Comics bundles for sale as a way to support the blog and help me out a bit.

I try to avoid asking for donations so I do this instead. Please message me if you are interested in these.  

The current bundle includes:

  • IXth Generation #1-5,  IXth Generation Hidden Files #1
  • Witchblade Vol 1-8, Artifacts Vol 1-6, Cyber Force Rebirth Vol 1-2
  • Apollo IX #1, Artemis IX #1,  Athena IX #1, Poseidon IX #1
  • Aphrodite IX Rebirth Vol 1-2
  • Aphrodite IX Hidden Files #1, Aphrodite IX/Cyber Force #1

That’s about $240 worth of comics for just $22 (or whatever you can donate) for the whole bundle (only 4 available)

And there is one bundle that includes all of the above plus:

  • Genius Vol 1, The Tithe Vol 1, Postal Vol 1, Berserker Vol 1 
  • Freshmen Vol 1-2, Down Vol 1, Tales of Honor Vol 1
  • The Darkness Origins Vol 1-4, Midnight Nation Vol 1, Rising Stars Compendium.

That’s more than $300 worth of comics for just $37 (or whatever you can donate) for the whole bundle (only 1 available)

You get these awesome comics and give me a hand at the same time.

If you want to support the blog this is a good way of doing it and get cool comics at the same time. Please send me a message if you want one of these.

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Astronaut Russell Schweickart, lunar module pilot, stands on the module’s deck during his spacewalk on the fourth day of the Apollo 9 mission. This photograph was taken from inside the lunar module “Spider” by mission commander James McDivitt.

Apollo 9 was the first manned flight of the command/service module along with the lunar module. The mission’s three-person crew, which also included command module pilot Dave Scott, tested several aspects critical to landing on the moon including the lunar module’s engines, backpack life support systems, navigation systems and docking maneuvers. The mission was the second manned launch of a Saturn V rocket and was the third manned mission of the Apollo Program.

After launching on March 3, 1969, the crew spent 10 days in low Earth orbit.