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John Young was the commander and Robert Crippen was the pilot. Larger crews were not used on the early missions.
STS-1 was the first space shuttle mission. During this mission, space shuttle Columbia was commanded by Capt. John W. Young and piloted by Capt. Robert L. Crippen.
Space Shuttle Columbia's first mission launched on 12 April 1981 and lasted until April 14, during which it orbited the Earth 36 times. The mission commander was John W Young, with pilot Robert Crippen.
Robert Falcon Scott and his team were the second to reach the South Pole, being beaten by only a month from being the first. He and all the men with him perished on the return journey. He had previously been on a scientific mission in 1901 to Antarctica.
Robert Falcon was born on June 6, 1868 and was a royal navy officer. Falcon who was commissioned by King Edward VII to explore the Antarctic regions specifically the South Pole; however, he died due to harsh cold weather conditions.
1870 at the age of 63
Robert Falcon Scott never finished his mission: he died on his way back to the base camp at Hut Point.
He was gaay
Specifically the steam boat
Robert Montgomery Presents - 1950 End of a Mission 6-13 was released on: USA: 13 December 1954
Dinner Impossible - 2007 Robert's Lost Mission 8-7 is rated/received certificates of: USA:TV-G
The Kraft family, specifically Robert and his son Jonathan.
No. Robert Zubrin is an aerospace engineer who is a proponent of a manned Mars mission, possibly one financed privately.
He is an Australian, I think specifically from Sydney