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Feb. 20, 1962 -- Project Mercury astronaut John H. Glenn Jr., enters the Friendship 7 spacecraft during the last part of the countdown on Feb. 20, 1962. At 9:47 a.m. EST, the Atlas launch vehicle lifted the spacecraft into orbit for a three-orbit mission lasting four hours, 55 minutes and 23 seconds. Glenn and his spacecraft were recovered by the destroyer Noa just 21 minutes after landing in the Atlantic near Grand Turk Island, to successfully complete the nation's first manned orbital flight. Photo credit: NASA Please note: Fees charged by the agency are for the agency's services only, and do not, nor are they intended to, convey to the user any ownership of Copyright or License in the material. The agency does not claim any ownership including but not limited to Copyright or License in the attached material. By publishing this material you expressly agree to indemnify and to hold the agency and its directors, shareholders and employees harmless from any loss, claims, damages, demands, expenses (including legal fees), or any causes of action or allegation against the agency arising out of or connected in any way with publication of the material.
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January 1962 -- Project Mercury Astronaut John H. Glenn Jr., prime pilot for the MA-6 mission, takes a work-out in the procedures trainer in preparation for the flight. Photo credit: NASA Please note: Fees charged by the agency are for the agency's services only, and do not, nor are they intended to, convey to the user any ownership of Copyright or License in the material. The agency does not claim any ownership including but not limited to Copyright or License in the attached material. By publishing this material you expressly agree to indemnify and to hold the agency and its directors, shareholders and employees harmless from any loss, claims, damages, demands, expenses (including legal fees), or any causes of action or allegation against the agency arising out of or connected in any way with publication of the material.
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1961 -- The first three Americans in space, Mercury astronauts, from the left, John H. Glenn Jr., Virgil I. (Gus) Grissom and Alan B. Shepard Jr. standing by Redstone rocket in their spacesuits. Photo credit: NASA Please note: Fees charged by the agency are for the agency's services only, and do not, nor are they intended to, convey to the user any ownership of Copyright or License in the material. The agency does not claim any ownership including but not limited to Copyright or License in the attached material. By publishing this material you expressly agree to indemnify and to hold the agency and its directors, shareholders and employees harmless from any loss, claims, damages, demands, expenses (including legal fees), or any causes of action or allegation against the agency arising out of or connected in any way with publication of the material.
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February 1962 -- Astronaut John H. Glenn Jr., Mercury-Atlas 6 pilot. Photo credit: NASA Please note: Fees charged by the agency are for the agency's services only, and do not, nor are they intended to, convey to the user any ownership of Copyright or License in the material. The agency does not claim any ownership including but not limited to Copyright or License in the attached material. By publishing this material you expressly agree to indemnify and to hold the agency and its directors, shareholders and employees harmless from any loss, claims, damages, demands, expenses (including legal fees), or any causes of action or allegation against the agency arising out of or connected in any way with publication of the material.
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January 1962 -- Project Mercury Astronaut John H. Glenn Jr., prime pilot for the MA-6 mission. Photo credit: NASA Please note: Fees charged by the agency are for the agency's services only, and do not, nor are they intended to, convey to the user any ownership of Copyright or License in the material. The agency does not claim any ownership including but not limited to Copyright or License in the attached material. By publishing this material you expressly agree to indemnify and to hold the agency and its directors, shareholders and employees harmless from any loss, claims, damages, demands, expenses (including legal fees), or any causes of action or allegation against the agency arising out of or connected in any way with publication of the material.
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1962 -- Running along the beach at Cape Canaveral, Florida, astronaut John H. Glenn Jr., pilot of the Mercury-Atlas 6 mission, participates in a strict physical training program, as he exemplifies by frequent running. Photo credit: NASA Please note: Fees charged by the agency are for the agency's services only, and do not, nor are they intended to, convey to the user any ownership of Copyright or License in the material. The agency does not claim any ownership including but not limited to Copyright or License in the attached material. By publishing this material you expressly agree to indemnify and to hold the agency and its directors, shareholders and employees harmless from any loss, claims, damages, demands, expenses (including legal fees), or any causes of action or allegation against the agency arising out of or connected in any way with publication of the material.
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Feb. 20, 1962 -- Astronaut John H. Glenn Jr. uses binoculars to view the Earth through the window of the Mercury-Atlas (MA-6) Friendship 7 capsule during the U.S.'s initial orbital flight. Photo credit: NASA Please note: Fees charged by the agency are for the agency's services only, and do not, nor are they intended to, convey to the user any ownership of Copyright or License in the material. The agency does not claim any ownership including but not limited to Copyright or License in the attached material. By publishing this material you expressly agree to indemnify and to hold the agency and its directors, shareholders and employees harmless from any loss, claims, damages, demands, expenses (including legal fees), or any causes of action or allegation against the agency arising out of or connected in any way with publication of the material.
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Mrs. Jane Conrad, right, wife of Apollo 12 commander, Charles ?Pete? Conrad, chats with Astronaut James Lovell and his wife Marilyn, left, as they leave St. John?s Episcopal Church after worship service, Nov. 16, 1969, La Port, Tex. Lovell will be command pilot of Apollo 13 space flight. (AP Photo)
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FILE - In this Aug. 13, 1969 file photo, amid ticker tape and American flags, Apollo 11 astronauts wave to welcoming New Yorkers during parade up lower Broadway on Wednesday, in New York. The spacemen, from left, are Michael Collins, Edwin Aldrin, Jr., and Neil A. Armstrong. (AP Photo/Eddie Adams, file)
AUG. 13, 1969 FILE PHOTO
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Wives of Apollo 11 astronauts wave to crowds during parade honoring the astronauts in Chicago on August 13, 1969. They are, left to right, Mrs. Neil A. Armstrong, Mrs. Michael Collins, and Mrs. Edwin Aldrin. (AP Photo)
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A Chicago girl uses the mirror in her compact in an effort to see the ceremonies (background) honoring the crew of Apollo 11, August 13, 1969 at Chicago's Civic Center Plaza. (AP Photo/Larry Stoddard)
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Son of Apollo 11 Astronaut Edwin E. Aldrin, who piloted the lunar module on to the moon's surface, get a first-hand look at instrumentation in the simulator of the command module which flew their father and two fellow astronauts to the moon. Michael Aldrin, 13, in foreground, and Andrew, 11, toured the news center at the Manned Space Center, at Houston on July 22, 1969 while their father's return flight to earth continued. (AP Photo)
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US space project Apollo I equipment September 13, 1963. (AP Photo)
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Suited in flight restraining gear an Ames test pilot prepares to enter the 3-man Apollo Spacecraft at Ames Research Center in California April 6, 1962. The preliminary Apollo mock-up is 13' wide and 12' high. (AP Photo)
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FILE - In this Jan. 2, 1962 file picture, astronaut John Glenn climbs into the "Friendship 7" Mercury capsule at Cape Canaveral, Fla. First moonwalker Neil Armstrong, first American in orbit Glenn, Mission Control founder Chris Kraft, Apollo 13 commander Jim Lovell, first shuttle pilot Robert Crippen and others are pushing for a last minute reprieve for the about-to-be-retired space shuttle fleet. (AP Photo)
JAN. 2, 1962 FILE PICTURE
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Cosmodrome (Space Flight Airfield) on April 12th 1961, Space pilot Yuri Gagarin takes the bus to the space ship in which he circled the earth. He returned to earth by parachute. 15th April 1961 Mono Print UnitedArchives1262394 Cosmodrome Space Flight AIRFIELD ON April 12th 1961 Space Pilot Yuri Gagarin Takes The Bus to The Space Ship in Which he circled The Earth he Returned to Earth by Parachute 15th April 1961 Mono Print UnitedArchives1262394
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