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Robert McCall (II) (1919–2010)

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His freelance work for Life magazine on the future of space exploration got the attention of NASA. In 1962, NASA approached three artists to help promote its mission; McCall was one. Andrew Wyeth was another, but he declined. See more trivia »

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 1987 Future Flight (TV Movie) (painter: visions of the future)
 1979 Star Trek: The Motion Picture (production illustrator)
 1968 2001: A Space Odyssey (conceptual designer - uncredited)
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 1979 The Black Hole (as Robert T. McCall)
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 1968 2001: A Space Odyssey (publicity artist - uncredited)
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Robert T. McCall
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He illustrated many of NASA's manned space flights, including the first Mercury mission with Alan Shepard. He did not attend a launch until Mercury 9 in May 1963, with Gordon Cooper aboard. He was present at over 25 subsequent launches, including most of the Moon shots and space shuttle missions. See more »

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