C The late nineteen-five-year-old historian, Kraft, was an aerospace engineer and a leader in NASA on his first manned spaceflight. Later he led the first flights to the moon. He died two days after the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11, when humanity landed on another world for the first time.
Kraft developed the mission control concept in Houston, Texas, whose call sign became synonymous with earth-to-orbit communication. He also set up a management system that put control of space missions firmly in the hands of NASA flight directors rather than astronauts in space.
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