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Astronaut Virgil ?Gus? Grissom in the chow line at the ? Featured *New* Photographic Content Image

Astronaut Virgil ?Gus? Grissom in the chow line at the ?

Astronaut Virgil ?Gus? Grissom in the chow line at the Grand Bahama Island tracking station, the day after his sub-orbital flight, which had reached an altitude of 118 miles, and immediately prior to returning to Cape Canaveral, 22 July 1961. Behind him are fellow astronauts John Glenn, his alternate pilot, and Walter Schirra. Date: 1961

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Malcolm Scott Carpenter, left, and John Glenn in front ? Featured *New* Photographic Content Image

Malcolm Scott Carpenter, left, and John Glenn in front ?

Malcolm Scott Carpenter, left, and John Glenn in front of a Mercury space capsule at Cape Canaveral after Glenn was named as the astronaut to make the first US orbital flight and Carpenter as his backup, 29 November 1961. Date: 1961

© The Royal Aeronautical Society (National Aerospace Library)/Mary Evans Picture Library

Astronaut, Canaveral, Cape, Capsule, Carpenter, Flight, Front, Glenn, John, Left, Make, Malcolm, Mercury, Named, Orbital, Scott, Space, Us

An infographic dated 26 May 1961 of NASA?s proposed Nov? Featured *New* Photographic Content Image

An infographic dated 26 May 1961 of NASA?s proposed Nov?

An infographic dated 26 May 1961 of NASA?s proposed Nova space launch vehicle which clustered the boosters of the Saturn C-3 and was capable of sending a three-man spacecraft on to the Moon plus 20tons of supplies and equipment to support a manned lunar station. With a nuclear third stage it could orbit Mars and return to Earth. Date: 1961

© The Royal Aeronautical Society (National Aerospace Library)/Mary Evans Picture Library