Alan Shepard


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Noun1.Alan Shepard - astronaut who made the first United States' suborbital rocket-powered flight in 1961 (1923-1998)
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An astronaut named Alan Shepard hit a golf ball, one day.
The New Shepard booster, named for Alan Shepard, the first American in space, then flew back to Earth, successfully touching down on a landing pad so that it can be reused.
2 Which sport did astronaut Alan Shepard play on the surface of the Moon in 1971?
Alan Shepard became the first person from the United States to leave Earth.
1930 Amy Johnson left Croydon in Gypsy Moth "Jason" to become the first female to fly solo to Australia, arriving on May 24 Commander Alan B Shepard 1961 Commander Alan Shepard returned to Earth after becoming the first American in space 2005 The UK general election took place, in which Tony Blair's Labour Party was re-elected for a third consecutive term Former Prime Minister Tony Blair
Brennan also gives each astronaut on the mission -- Buzz Aldrin, Joe Kerwin, and Alan Shepard -- decidedly separate identities that stay true to their real-life legacies.
That rocket carried astronaut Alan Shepard, who became the first American in space.
Alan Shepard, Stavros Yiannouka, Cecilia D'Oliveira, Mike Feerick, and Robert Beauchemin at the International Economic Forum of the Americas in Montreal, Canada.
com)-- Former NASA Astronaut and TDE Leadership Business Consultant, Brian Duffy, was inducted to the NASA Astronaut's Hall of Fame joining such famed explorers as Neil Armstrong, Alan Shepard, and Sally Ride.
ASTRONAUT Alan Shepard took golf to a new level when he played on the moon.
EVENTS 1971: Alan Shepard becomes the first man to hit a golf ball on the Moon during a two-day Moon walk from Apollo 14.
Mitchell landed the lunar module as he and Alan Shepard spent 33 hours on the Moon on February 5.