»HKS Colourmatch 30«
HKS reviews the way to the moon and takes a look at the quiet heroes of the Apollo project. Almost everyone knows the names of the astronauts who immortalized their footprints on the moon or Wernher von Braun, the chief developer of the moon rocket. On the other hand, few know Margaret Hamilton, who gave the Apollo Guidance Computer the intelligence that saved the mission from being aborted, or JoAnn Morgan, the only woman to assert herself in the Firing Room at the Kennedy Space Center and ensure that Soviet jammers did not sabotage the moon rocket and almost no one knows Marta Kranz, who tailored the legendary white vests for her husband, Gene Kranz, the flight director at the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Houston.
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by Charles Nix, Monotype Design Studio and Jan Hendrik Weber
Originally designed by Max Miedinger in 1957