60 Years of Human Spaceflight: Launching The First American into Space

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Sixty years ago, on May 5, 1961, NASA astronaut Alan Shepard Jr. launched on the Freedom 7 mission, powered by a Mercury-Redstone rocket to become the first American in space. Shepard’s flight lasted 15 minutes, 22 seconds. He later made it to the Moon on Apollo 14.

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8 Comments

  1. The book of Silvye brown "End of Days" which predicted coronavirus will happen in 2020……..also predicted that in year 2050, all the waste that Humans(NASA) have left in space will return to earth in form of meteor shower and will damage the topography of Earth…..thats strange & scary

  2. The book of Silvye brown "End of Days" which predicted coronavirus will happen in 2020……..also predicted that in year 2050, all the waste that Humans(NASA) have left in space will return to earth in form of meteor shower and will damage the topography of Earth…..thats strange & scary

  3. Immortal are astronauts of Vostok, Mercury-redstone, Gemini, Apollo, Voskhod, Energia, Space Shuttle and all other missions in our 60 years history and our infinite future, let’s go!
    🇺🇸🇷🇺

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