Cernan became the third person - following a Russian cosmonaut and U.S. astronaut Ed White - กางเกงคนท้อง สีดำ to make a spacewalk on the Gemini mission and set what was then a record by being outside the spacecraft for two hours and nine minutes. In 1969, Cernan was the pilot of the have a peek at this web-site Apollo 10 lunar module that came within 9.6 miles (15.6 km) of the moon's surface after separating from the command module. The descent toward the surface served as a dress rehearsal for Apollo 11, which two months later delivered the first men to the moon, Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. Cernan retired from NASA and the Navy in 1976. As a civilian he helped start Air One airline, worked as an energy and aerospace consultant, served as chairman of an engineering company and was a space commentator for ABC News. In 2011, after NASA ended the space shuttle program, Cernan joined Armstrong in testifying before a congressional committee to urge the government not to give up on space exploration. Cernan was particularly critical of the decision by President ชุดคลุมท้อง ประตูน้ํา Barack Obama's administration not to pursue the Constellation program, which aimed to send astronauts to the moon and Mars. "I don't think he fully understands what traditional America is all about because he didn't literally grow up here," Cernan said of Obama in a 2012 interview with Fox News. Cernan met his first wife, Barbara, who had been a flight attendant for Continental Airlines, on a plane. They divorced in 1981 after 20 years and one child and in 1987 he married Jan Nanna with whom he had two daughters.