Mercury-Atlas Launch Vehicle
Used in the Mercury Program earth orbital flights of astronauts John H. Glenn, Jr., Scott M. Carpenter, Walter M. Schirra and L. Gordon Cooper, Jr.
The Mercury-Atlas launch vehicle was developed from the U.S. Air Force's Atlas ballistic missile.
John Glenn Notebook
Notebook carried by John H. Glenn Jr., during the flight of Friendship 7, the first U.S. manned orbital space flight on Feb. 20, 1962.
Glenn photographed by an automatic sequence motion picture camera while in orbit.
"Friendship 7" Equipment
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