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James Arthur Lovell, Jr. (born 25 March 1928) was a 20th and 21st century Human man, an American astronaut most famous for commanding the near-tragic Apollo 13 mission from the planet Earth to its moon, Luna.

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The Daedalus-class USS Lovell was named in his honor. (SCE eBook: Foundations, Book One)

Department of Temporal Investigations agent Gariff Lucsly mistakenly believed Lovell had landed at Fra Mauro on Luna. This mistake cost him a bet with his partner, Marion Dulmur. (VOY - Strange New Worlds II short story: "Almost... But Not Quite")


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