On May 5, 1961, NASA astronaut Alan Shepard piloted his Freedom 7 Mercury capsule in a 15-minute suborbital flight, becoming America’s first astronaut. In this image, he being hoisted aboard a U.S. Marine helicopter after splashdown. The flight carried him to an altitude of 116 miles.
MyScienceMind on Instagram‘Tis the season to decorate the dog! #pitbull #pitbullsofinstagram #berkeleyanimalcareservices #adoptdontshopThese are my people! Please boost our signal!#Repost @wildcat_underground with @download_repost ・・・ The Rev. Jesse Jackson’s appearance at Oakland High today was a combination voter registration drive, STEAM pitch, and big game pep rally! Thank you, Rev. Jackson for your shout out for better teacher pay in Oakland public schools! #unpaidlabor #workingforfree #teaching #showyourwork #readytostrike #OEA #OUSD #oakland #Parity4OEA @libbyschaaf
Follow me on TwitterMy Tweets
Science Books You Might Like
- A flotilla of sea turtles on Maui beach
- Inky’s great escape
- Tie a bow tie with Bill Nye
- Pi Day!
- A tribute to David Bowie
- Sea Snakes in California?
- Intelligent bandages glow with infection
- Bacteria in Mummy had Antibiotic Resistance
- I wonder what this would feel like?
- Whale watching, up close and personal
- The Fibonnacci Sequence brought to life
- Amazing bird mimicry
- Mother’s Day biology song
- They’re at it again!
- A Science Love Song
Live Penguin Cam
- Anatomy Animation Astrobiology Astronomy Biology Chemistry Ecology Entomology Exploration History Horology Humor Invention Marine Biology Measurement Medicine Meteorology Microbiology Microscopy Nature Neurology Paleontology Photography Physics Physiology Space Technology Uncategorized Wildlife Zoology