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May 1, 1925-October 10, 2013

Rest in Peace to our Dynamic Pioneer
"Steely-Eyed Rocket Man" - Peggy Noonan, WSJ

 


 

 


 

 


 

 
The Flight of Aurora 7 as told in 1994 by the Astronauts themselves.

Scott Carpenter, a dynamic pioneer of modern exploration, has the unique distinction of being the first human ever to
penetrate both inner and outer space, thereby acquiring the dual title, Astronaut/Aquanaut.

Welcome to my web site. I hope that this site gives people of all ages some insight into the early manned space program of the late 1950's into the 1960's and how we approached the great unknown of the time. It is my pleasure to share these memories with you. Enjoy your trip with me.

 --- M. Scott Carpenter

 

 

 

The webmaster would like to thank John Gincley and Kris Stoever for their contribution to the updated web site along with the input and patience of Scott and Patty Carpenter. Thank you for your continued encouragement to finish this project in record time. Also, a tip of the beanie to Francis French, Steve Hankow, Rob Pearlman, Dee O'Hara, Bruce Moody and several others for your help.

If you have any photos with Cmdr. Carpenter that you would like to see on this site, please submit them to the Webmaster for consideration. Please make sure they are not larger than 800 x 600.

 

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