Illustrating Apollo #2

Today i have completed a new illustration for the Guidebook on ‘Apollo: Leadership Reflections at 50’: it shows Michael Collins (one of the Apollo 11 astronauts), in the simulator, with a white-shirted technician behind him. One of the sections in the Guidebook will be on ‘Simulations’.

I had hoped to share the full chapter today, on ’Mission Control’, but it’s not quite ready to share yet, so hopefully that will be ready to go tomorrow.

I’m very pleased with how the whole thing is taking shape, and have taken myself off to write for the next three days to try to make some real progress!

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1 Response to Illustrating Apollo #2

  1. Pingback: Leadership Reflections from Apollo at 50: Failure, Complexity, and Control | Julian Stodd's Learning Blog

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