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Chapter 2 of The Third's PILOT episode.

Chapter 2 of The Third's PILOT episode.

Apollo 9 was the third manned mission in the United States Apollo space program and the first flight of the Command/Service Module (CSM) with the Lunar Module (LM). Its three-person crew, consisting of Commander James McDivitt, Command Module Pilot David Scott, and Lunar Module Pilot Rusty Schweickart, tested several aspects critical to landing on the Moon, including the LM engines, backpack life support systems, navigation systems, and docking maneuvers.

Apollo 9 was the third manned mission in the United States Apollo space program and the first flight of the Command/Service Module (CSM) with the Lunar Module (LM). Its three-person crew, consisting of Commander James McDivitt, Command Module Pilot David Scott, and Lunar Module Pilot Rusty Schweickart, tested several aspects critical to landing on the Moon, including the LM engines, backpack life support systems, navigation systems, and docking maneuvers.

The awkward third wheel...totally my life right there :) except its my besty who is the third wheel

The awkward third wheel...totally my life right there :) except its my besty who is the third wheel

Have u heard about MCRX yet?! They might be back!!!! (Hopefully, plz god let this happen )

Have u heard about MCRX yet?! They might be back!!!! (Hopefully, plz god let this happen )

On Christmas Eve 1952, the futuristic Handley Page Victor, the third of Britain’s V-Force nuclear deterrent aircraft, soared into the air for the first time. It had been transported to the airfield by road, disguised as a boat. 30 years later, a Victor tanker nursed our chief pilot home after the famous Black Buck raid on Port Stanley’s runway. Congratulations to all those dedicated to preserving these magnificent aircraft. Thanks to Les Wilson for the pic…

On Christmas Eve 1952, the futuristic Handley Page Victor, the third of Britain’s V-Force nuclear deterrent aircraft, soared into the air for the first time. It had been transported to the airfield by road, disguised as a boat. 30 years later, a Victor tanker nursed our chief pilot home after the famous Black Buck raid on Port Stanley’s runway. Congratulations to all those dedicated to preserving these magnificent aircraft. Thanks to Les Wilson for the pic…

MRW the pilot says it'll only be 30 more minutes for the third time

MRW the pilot says it'll only be 30 more minutes for the third time

Happy birthday you smol bean. I know it's not really Harry Potter but I love twenty one pilots and it the lead singer birthday so happy birthday again

Happy birthday you smol bean. I know it's not really Harry Potter but I love twenty one pilots and it the lead singer birthday so happy birthday again

When I listen to Twenty one pilots I feel like someone finally understands even though I haven't said a word. It's the greatest feeling in the world

When I listen to Twenty one pilots I feel like someone finally understands even though I haven't said a word. It's the greatest feeling in the world

https://flic.kr/p/V4NTA6 | Chrysalis: Cockpit ejection | The front third of the ship, what I call the cockpit, is attached to the main body by sliding it along door rail pieces put together in a triangular prism. Three magnet piece pairs hold it firmly in place when attached. It makes a really nice "click" sound when the magnets grip.  The rail assembly is connected to the body along a single Technic rod, so the body and cockpit rotate independently, allowing for the pilot to remain le

https://flic.kr/p/V4NTA6 | Chrysalis: Cockpit ejection | The front third of the ship, what I call the cockpit, is attached to the main body by sliding it along door rail pieces put together in a triangular prism. Three magnet piece pairs hold it firmly in place when attached. It makes a really nice "click" sound when the magnets grip. The rail assembly is connected to the body along a single Technic rod, so the body and cockpit rotate independently, allowing for the pilot to remain le

The third television transmission was made by the color television camera on the Apollo 10 spacecraft as the crew made their way to the moon. This image of astronaut John W. Young, Apollo 10 command module pilot, was made from that transmission.

The third television transmission was made by the color television camera on the Apollo 10 spacecraft as the crew made their way to the moon. This image of astronaut John W. Young, Apollo 10 command module pilot, was made from that transmission.

My bunker is 0247, third on the right. I sleep with my boots on and a phazer under my pillow. I've entire galaxies in my head and constellations in every vein. You can't take that from me

My bunker is 0247, third on the right. I sleep with my boots on and a phazer under my pillow. I've entire galaxies in my head and constellations in every vein. You can't take that from me

A Lancaster bomber has performed a flypast over Derwent reservoir, 70 years on from the historic World War II raid on German dams. The reservoir was one of the sites where pilots practiced dangerous low-flying ahead of their mission. More than a third of the men never returned from the raids, which required them to fly 60 feet above ground.

A Lancaster bomber has performed a flypast over Derwent reservoir, 70 years on from the historic World War II raid on German dams. The reservoir was one of the sites where pilots practiced dangerous low-flying ahead of their mission. More than a third of the men never returned from the raids, which required them to fly 60 feet above ground.

A Japanese bomb explodes on the flight deck of USS Enterprise 24 August 1942 during the Battle of the Eastern Solomons causing minor damage. This was the third and last bomb to hit Enterprise during the battle. The bomb was dropped by a Japanese Aichi D3A1 "Val" dive bomber piloted by Kazumi Horie who died in the attack. According to the original photo caption in the US Navy's archives this explosion killed the photographer Photographer's Mate 3rd Class Robert F. Read. This image however was…

A Japanese bomb explodes on the flight deck of USS Enterprise 24 August 1942 during the Battle of the Eastern Solomons causing minor damage. This was the third and last bomb to hit Enterprise during the battle. The bomb was dropped by a Japanese Aichi D3A1 "Val" dive bomber piloted by Kazumi Horie who died in the attack. According to the original photo caption in the US Navy's archives this explosion killed the photographer Photographer's Mate 3rd Class Robert F. Read. This image however was…

William Northrop ‘Bill’ Case (1920-1995), VMF-214 'Black Sheep’. With 8 kills, Case was the third-highest scoring Black Sheep, and he may have been the luckiest. Like most of the experienced pilots...

William Northrop ‘Bill’ Case (1920-1995), VMF-214 'Black Sheep’. With 8 kills, Case was the third-highest scoring Black Sheep, and he may have been the luckiest. Like most of the experienced pilots...

Imagine if it was 'The' Doctor asking that xD I read it that way let me know if other Whovians did too

Imagine if it was 'The' Doctor asking that xD I read it that way let me know if other Whovians did too