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  1. Light This Candle: The Life and Times of Alan Shepard by Neal Thompson, 2005-03-22
  2. From ACT UP to the WTO: Urban Protest and Community Building in the Era of Globalization
  3. Alan Shepard, the First American in Space (Taking Part Books) by Paul Westman, Todd Grande, 1980-01
  4. Alan Shepard: The First American in Space (The Library of Astronaut Biographies) by Tamra Orr, 2004-02
  5. Light This Candle: The Life & Times of Alan Shepard--America's First Spaceman by Neal Thompson, 2004-03-23
  6. Alan Shepard: Higher and Faster (Heroes of History) by Janet Benge, 2007-09-01
  7. Pu der Bär / Pu baut ein Haus. by Alan Alexander Milne, Ernest H. Shepard, 1998-02-01
  8. Marlowe's Soldiers: Rhetorics of Masculinity in the Age of the Armada by Alan Shepard, 2002-02
  9. Southern Women Playwrights: New Essays in History and Criticism
  10. Moon Shot: The Inside Story of America's Race to the Moon by Alan Shepard, Deke Slayton, 1995-03
  11. Coming to Class: Pedagogy and the Social Class of Teachers (Crosscurrents)
  12. We Seven by M. Scott Carpenter, John H. Glenn Jr., et all 1962
  13. SHEPARD, ALAN B. (1923-1998): An entry from Gale's <i>World of Earth Science</i>
  14. Man into space (Pyramid books) by Martin Caidin, 1961

1. Alan Shepard
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2. Astronaut Bio Alan B. Shepard, Jr. 7/98
Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center Houston, Texas 77058 NAME Alan B. Shepard, Jr. (Rear Admiral, USN, Ret.) NASA Astronaut (Deceased)

3. Admiral Alan Shepard, Jr. Interview Academy Of Achievement
Interview Admiral Alan Shepard, Jr. First American in Space February 1, 1991 Houston, Texas. Print Interview

4. Admiral Alan Shepard, Jr. Biography Academy Of Achievement
Biography Admiral Alan Shepard, Jr.

5. Astronaut Bio Alan B. Shepard, Jr. (Rear Admiral, USN, Ret.)
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6. Alan Shepard - Project Mercury Freedom 7 History - Alan Shepard
The history of NASA's project mercury. A detailed account of America's 1st manned spaceflight, Freedom 7, piloted by Alan B. Shepard.

7. Apollo 14 Lunar Surface Journal Crew
Mission Commander Alan Bartlett Shepard, Captain, USN. Personal Born November 18, 1923, East Derry, New Hampshire. Married, two children.

Alan G. Shepard, MD. ALAN G. SHEPARD, MD. Chicago Lake Shore Medical Associated,Ltd. 2515 North Clark Street. Suite 900. Chicago, Illinois 60614
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9. 40th Anniversary Of Mercury 7 Alan B. Shepard, Jr.
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10. Alan Shepard: Biography And Much More From
Source Alan Shepard , Astronaut Born 18 November 1923 Birthplace East Derry,New Hampshire Death 21 July 1998 (leukemia) Best Known As The first.
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  • Born: 18 November 1923 Birthplace: East Derry, New Hampshire Died: 21 July 1998 (leukemia) Best Known As: The first American in space
A former Navy test pilot, Shepard was one of the original seven astronauts chosen by NASA for its Mercury program. He became the first American in space on 5 May 1961, when he went aloft in the Freedom 7 capsule for a 15-minute sub-orbital flight. ( John Glenn later became the first American to circle the entire globe in space; earlier Ham the Chimp had been the first American primate in space.) The flight made Shepard a national hero. He was disqualified from early moon missions due to an inner ear disorder, but he persisted and was given command of Apollo 14. In 1971 Shepard and fellow astronaut Edgar Mitchell landed on the moon, becoming the fifth and sixth men to walk there. While on the moon, Shepard playfully pulled out a golf ball and whacked it across the lunar surface. He retired from the space program in 1974, also retiring from the Navy with the rank of rear admiral. The first man in space was Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin , who orbited the Earth on 12 April 1961.

11. Freedom 7
Freedom 7 Pad LC5 () Redstone (5) Crew Alan B. Shepard, Jr Milestones 4/18/61 - 1st Launch Simulation at pad 5/05/61 - Launch

12. White, Edward H., II Encyclop Dia Britannica
space exploration article The first United States astronaut to enter space was Alan B. Shepard, Jr. (see Shepard, Alan Bartlett, Jr.). His

13. Shepard, Alan Bartlett, Jr.
Bio search tips Encyclopedia. Shepard, Alan Bartlett, Jr. Shepard, Alan Bartlett, Jr., 192398, American astronaut, b. East Derry, N.H., grad.

14. SJSU Virtual Museum
Alan shepard alan Bartlett Shepard, Jr. was born in East Derry, New Hampshire in1923. He graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1944.
Alan Bartlett Shepard, Jr. was born in East Derry, New Hampshire in 1923. He graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1944. After graduation he served as an ensign in the navy and saw service on a destroyer during World War II. Shepard graduated from the Navy Test Pilot School in Patuxent River, Maryland and from the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island. He was selected as one of America's first seven astronauts in 1959. On May 5, 1961 he became the first American to travel in space. Shepard traveled aboard the space capsule Freedom 7. His 15 minute flight reached a height of 115 miles. In 1971 he traveled to the moon aboard the Apollo 14 craft. He spent nearly 34 hours on the lunar surface. Alan Shepard left NASA in 1974. References http:// Return to Main Menu

15. Alan Shepard - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Alan Shepard was always a shrewd businessman, and was the only astronaut to becomea millionare while still in the program. After he left the program,
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Alan Bartlett Shepard, Jr. November 18 July 21 Rear Admiral , USN, Ret.) was the first U.S. astronaut in space, though his first flight was only sub-orbital Astronaut profile Selection date: Retirement date: Space duration: Missions Mercury 3 Apollo 14 He attended the East Derry primary and secondary schools in his birthplace of Derry, New Hampshire ; received a Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis in , an Honorary Master of Arts degree from Dartmouth College in , and Honorary Doctorate of Science from Miami University Oxford, Ohio ) in , and an Honorary Doctorate of Humanities from Franklin Pierce College in . Graduated United States Naval Test Pilot School in Naval War College Newport, Rhode Island in His religious background was in Christian Science
Naval career
Shepard began his naval career after graduation from Annapolis on the destroyer Cogswell , deployed in the Pacific Ocean during World War II . He subsequently entered flight training at Corpus Christi, Texas

16. Casper Planetarium Alan Shepard
Alan shepard alan B. Shepard, Jr Rear Admiral, USN (retired) Born November 18,1923 - East Derry, New Hampshire Died July 21, 1998 - Monterey, California
Alan Shepard Alan Shepard Alan B. Shepard, Jr- Rear Admiral, USN (retired)
Born November 18, 1923 - East Derry, New Hampshire
Died July 21, 1998 - Monterey, California
Nickname: Al/Jose Selected as an astronaut in April 1959 Pilot, Mercury MR-3 Commander, Apollo 14 Alan has the distinction of being the first American to journey into space. He flew on two space flights, Mercury MR-3 and Apollo. Shepard made his Apollo 14 spaceflight as the Spacecraft Commander with Stuart A. Roosa and Edgar D. Mitchell. During his stay on the moon, Shepard played some golf, hitting two golf balls with an improvised club. In his bulky spacesuit he could only manage two short shots of 200 yards and 40 yards, contrary to his hope of being able to hit them for miles in the low gravity of the lunar surface. Shepard spent 9 hours, 12 minutes outside the lunar landing module and traveled 4,770 feet away from the spacecraft. After 33 hours and 30 minutes on the moon's surface, Shepard and Mitchell lifted off and rejoined the command module. Back

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18. Shepard, Alan Astronauts NASA Space
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Alan Shepard was the first American astronaut to travel in space and the firstto golf on the surface of the moon. Learn about his first solo trip in 1961
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Guide picks Alan Shepard was the first American astronaut to travel in space and the first to golf on the surface of the moon. Learn about his first solo trip in 1961 and his subsequent landing on the moon in 1971.
Alan Shepard: Tribute to an American Hero

A large collection of articles from 1998 about the life and death of Alan Shepard. Extensive coverage of his memorial service. Astronaut Alan B. Shepard Dies
A nice biography and obituary of Shepard, who died in 1988. The text is filled with quotes from NASA Administrator Daniel S. Goldin. Audio Archive
A collection of audio files from Shepard's NASA's memorial service and two audio files of Shepard himself. Alan B. Shepard Jr.

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Alan Shepard was an American astronaut who was born on November 18, 1923, in NewHampshire. Before he became an astronaut, Shepard was a Navy test pilot.
Alan Shepard
Alan Shepard was an American astronaut who was born on November 18, 1923, in New Hampshire. Before he became an astronaut, Shepard was a Navy test pilot. He logged over 8000 hours of flight time. Shepard became an astronaut in 1959. He has spent over 216 hours in space on two spaceflights. In 1961, Shepard became the first American astronaut in space when he flew aboard Mercury 3. The spacecraft reached an altitude of 116 miles on a 15-minute flight. In 1971, Shepard commanded Apollo 14. He and fellow astronaut Ed Mitchell walked on the surface of the moon for 9 hours. Shepard also became the first person to golf on the moon! Shepard left NASA in 1974.
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