My first infographic supports numbers 1, 4, and 11 of the Al Worden article as he has passed and it reminds people about his history and important life achievements/milestones which are briefly mentioned in these points.
My second infographic supports number 4 as it describes more about the Apollo mission itself and its objectives aside from the personal stories.
My third infographic supports numbers 3 and 4 as it gives factual support to the Apollo 15 mission and gives perspective into how big of a deal it actually was.
I used Canva to create my infographics. I used templates but deleted most of the content that was originally on them. I only chose the template for color and font purposes. I like this program as everything is in one place and all you have to do is add your information. I researched this topic for about 15 minutes and took about an hour or so to create the infographics. Once I got all of my information, I typed it out and then arranged it accordingly once I inserted elemental images.
The whole story of Apollo 15 and Al Worden’s life was very fascinating. I find it interesting that following the mission, they got into some legal trouble with the covers that they had. I am glad to know that Al sued the government and got his covers back. I don’t believe they ever should have taken them in the first place considering his vast accomplishments and what he and the other crew members did for our country. However, I thought this would be difficult to make an infographic about so I focused on factual information to sum up Al’s life as well as the Apollo 15 mission.