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Malcolm Scott Carpenter, one of the original seven astronauts to go into space, has died at the age of 88. His death leaves John H. Glen Jr. as the sole surviving member of NASA’s first class of astronauts.
Wellness Brands (Boulder, CO): NFL Tennessee Titans' first-round draft pick and University of Alabama All-American; Chance Warmack is the newest athlete that is actively using and enthusiastically
NASA Commercial Invention of the Year competition: The Right Stuff® sports hydration drink additive is honored.
Astronaut Gordon Cooper launched aboard the final Mercury mission May 15, 1963, logging in more time in space than all the previous Mercury astronauts combined. He flew the Faith 7 spacecraft around the Earth 22 times and logged in over 34 hours in space.
It was a special morning on October 14, 1947 when Chuck Yeager became the first person--although often contended by aviation enthusiasts--to fly faster than the speed of sound.
MLB third baseman Brent Morel of the Chicago White Sox has adopted the NASA-developed electrolyte drink additive, The Right Stuff® to combat dehydration and help optimize his performance.
A 15-year-old girl with a Web site, a summer of free time and an astronaut for a hero is trying to solve a 3-year-old dispute over one of NASA's earliest space suits.