Scott Cluthe has two great guests tonight. He interviews Col. Al Worden, Apollo 15 Astronaut. Col. Worden has authored a new book on his Apollo 15 and NASA history, a truth telling biography titled Falling to Earth.
Prior to his arrival for duty at the Johnson Space Center, Col. Worden served as an instructor at the Aerospace Research Pilots School at Edwards Air Force Base, California - from which he graduated in September 1965. As an instructor, he trained some of the men who would later become fellow astronauts. He has logged in excess of 4,000 hours flying time--which includes 2,500 hours in jets.
Col. Worden was one of the 19 astronauts selected by NASA in April 1966, and served as backup command module pilot for the Apollo 12 flight. Worden served as command module pilot for Apollo 15, July 26 - August 7, 1971. His companions on the flight were David R. Scott, spacecraft commander, and James B. Irwin, lunar module commander. Apollo 15 was the fourth manned lunar landing mission and the first to visit and explore the moon's Hadley Rille and Apennine Mountains, which are located on the southeast edge of Mare Imbrium (Sea of Rains).
Also talking with Scott is Walter Staples. In his new book The Hollywood Cure, Walter Doyle Staples invites his readers to experience life as fully conscious, fully-functioning individuals. Dr. Staples presents powerful and life-changing ideas and concepts on how to transcend our ego-based state of consciousness to achieve peace, happiness, and inner joy.
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