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Scott Carpenter’s Mercury-era Collier Trophy

Impressive Collier Trophy awarded to Scott Carpenter as one of the members of the Mercury 7, measuring 13.5″ tall with an 8.25 x 8.25 base, engraved on one side with the names of the first seven NASA astronauts, Malcolm S. 213 more words

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Scott Carpenter’s Mercury-era Collier Trophy

Impressive Collier Trophy awarded to Scott Carpenter as one of the members of the Mercury 7, measuring 13.5″ tall with an 8.25 x 8.25 base, engraved on one side with the names of the first seven NASA astronauts, Malcolm S. 182 more words

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Scott carpenter interview- talking about his expedition living underwater -1969

Scott Carpenter is best known as a astronaut for Project Mercury in 1959. He was part of the newly formed NASA organization.

In 1965, for Sealab II, he spent 28 days living on the ocean floor off the coast of California. 45 more words

VIDEOS

High school scores an A overall on state report card

BY PAIGE GRIESSE

It may come as no surprise to many that the high school has received an A grade on its report card from the state once again. 336 more words

News

Cover reveal: "Doppelgänger," my new horror novel coming in February!

I’m very happy to show you all the awesome cover for my upcoming horror novel, Doppelgänger, which will be out from Samhain Horror in February 2015. 329 more words

2010s

Fun Fact Friday- Space Mountain

Fun Fact- Astronauts Scott Carpenter, Gordon Cooper and Jim Irwin were present at the grand opening of Space Mountain in 1975. 16 more words

Fun Fact Friday

Do You Remember When? America Entered the Space Race...

There was a time when we Americans clung to our TV sets to watch our first astronauts accomplish what we thought no man could. I recall standing in my yard and staring up into the October (1957) sky to look for a pinpoint of moving light,  the Soviet spacecraft… 2,030 more words