History of the United States' programs for exploring space.
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NASA History Office
Current events; index of sites covering history of major aeronautic and astronautic programs, key NASA and NACA (1915-1958) officials, policy documents, statistics, timeline of air and space achievements; publications; links to other resources.
Shoot for the Moon!
Outlines the highlights of the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo Space Programs from 1961 to 1972. Includes a brief bibliography.
Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Virtual Tour
Descriptions and photographs of the launch complexes and vehicles.
Highlights of the First 100 American Human Space Flights
A selective chronology of historically important manned space missions from 1961 to 1995. Some flights not covered.
John Glenn: Three Orbits to History
Presents a brief multimedia history of John Glenn's Mercury flight, the first American mission into Earth orbit. Discusses the training and technology of the Mercury Program and the events of Glenn's space flight.
NASA Historical Archive
Space history and information about NASA's manned missions. Mission descriptions, photos and videos of each of USA's manned space exploration missions.
United States of America Space Program
Photographs of mission patches and astronauts.
Where No Man Has Gone Before
W.D. Compton provides a solidly researched and authoritative history of the engineering and scientific accomplishments of the Apollo program from its inception to its last mission. Includes useful appendices and an extensive bibliography.
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