James Benson Irwin (ing-gú: James Benson Irwin, (1930-nî 3-gue̍h 17-ji̍t - 1991-nî 8-gue̍h 8-ji̍t)) sī Bí-kok ú-hâng-uân, Hâng-khong kang-tîng-su [en], tshì-hui-uân [en] hām Bí-kok khong-kun hui-hîng-uân. James Irwin pat tam-jīm tē-4-pái tíng-gue̍h Apollo 15-hō ê Apollo ting-gua̍t-tshong [en] ú-hâng-uân. James Irwin sī tē-8 ê teh gua̍t-kiû tíng-kuân kiâñ-ta̍h ê lâng [en], mā-sī tsia-ê ú-hâng-uân tang-tiong tē-1 ê iah-sī siōng siàu-lên ê óng-sing-tsiá.[1][2]

James Irwin
Jim Irwin Apollo 15 LMP.jpg
Irwin tī 1971
Tshut-sì
James Benson Irwin

1930 nî 3 goe̍h 17 ji̍t(1930-03-17)
Kuè-sin 1991 nî 8 goe̍h 8 ji̍t (61 hòe)
Resting place Arlington National Cemetery
Other names Jim Irwin
Bú-hāu
Occupation
Awards NASA Distinguished Service Medal.png
Space career
NASA Astronaut
Rank US Air Force O6 shoulderboard rotated.svg Colonel,
 United States Air Force
Time in space
12d 07h 12m
Selection 1966 NASA Group 5
Total EVAs
4 (3 EVAs were on the moon, while his 4th EVA was a stand-up)
Total EVA time
18 sió-sî 35 hun-tsing
Missions Apollo 15
Mission insignia
Apollo 15-insignia.png
Retirement 1972-nî 7-gue̍h 31

Tsù-káiSiu-kái

  1. Reynolds, David West (2002). Apollo: The Epic Journey to the Moon. Tehabi Books. pp. 166–189. ISBN 0-15-100964-3. 
  2. "Astronaut-turned-evangelist dies of heart attack". Eugene Register-Guard. (Oregon). Associated Press. August 10, 1991. p. 7A. 

Tsham-khó bûn-hènSiu-kái

  • To Rule the Night: The Discovery Voyage of Astronaut Jim Irwin (with William A. Emerson, Jr., 1973) (Eng-gí)
  • More Than Earthlings (1983) (Eng-gí)
  • More Than an Ark on Ararat: Spiritual Lessons Learned While Searching for Noah's Ark (with Monte Unger, 1985) (Eng-gí)
  • Destination: Moon (1989) (Eng-gí)
  • Flight Of The Falcon: The Thrilling Adventures Of Colonel Jim Irwin (1991) (Eng-gí)

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