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A long shot (Apollo missions)
This is a long shot. I'm pretty sure there's no way, but I'm hoping there is someone out there who is better at google than me because I can't find anything.
My grandfather worked on multiple Apollo missions, likely as a contractor. He even had a bunch of the coins hanging on his wall. Growing up I heard stories, but I wish I'd thought more of them now. He designed part of... something, I don't remember, and it's so frustrating.
Is there any way
to find out who those people were? I can't find a list of contractors, the designers for different machinery, or individuals in mission control. I would love to find out what exactly he worked on, and if the few stories I remember were true. If they are... man, they're great stories.
And it seems like all is dying, and would leave the world to mourn