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I've removed the sentences about the suupposed Emmy for "first live TV", and the in-article response. The first sentence is [not in citation given] (Schweickart's NASA bio); and the first live TV from space came from Apollo 7; this probably could be considered vandalism. And a bit of editor instruction: the correct way to respond to this sort of thing isn't with counter information in the article, but to delete it, and discuss it here on the talk page. JustinTime55 (talk) 16:15, 3 October 2011 (UTC)