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Earth's mission to Moon: Project- Mercury 7

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Gayatri Sidhu

on 30 September 2012

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Project Mercury 7 Gayatri and Maha What was Project Mercury 7? It was a mission launched by NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administarion) in 1958 and was completed in 1963. ` This was the first flight of project mercury
flown by Alan Shepared There were seven astronauts involved in this mission and they were:
Walley Schirra
Alan Shepard
Deke Slayton
Gus Grissom
John Glenn
Gordon Cooper
Scott Carpenter Astronauts involved In the last flight of this mission, they took a chimpanzee with them in their spaceship
For more accurate results
Named the chimpanze, Ham Interesting Fact Important findings from the project They collected samples from the moon
They took pictures
Also discovered some particles flying in the air which they named them as, "The Glen Effect" How does it help us? Nasa wanted to know if how people can live in space
How to operate spacecrafts in an orbit
Nasa used all these points in further projects
We get to know more about astronomy The tool which they used in this project was a thermometer to measure the weather of the atmosphere. The thermometers help the humans on the Earth as they can measure their body temperature. Thank you for being patient throughout our presentation.
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