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Astronaut Deke Slayton during World War II
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1945
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NASA Center Headquarters
The Mercury Seven Astronauts
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Mercury-Astronaut
01/20/1971
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NASA Center Langley Research Center
Deke Slayton Suits Up
Deke Slayton Suits Up
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1/14/1975
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NASA Center Kennedy Space Center
Original Seven Astronauts
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1959-04-27
 
The Original Seven Astronauts in Front of an Air Force Jet
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2004-04-15
 
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Astronauts Deke Slayton, far left, and Virgil Grissom, far right, were on hand to greet Astronaut Alan B. Shepard at Grand Bahama Island after his historic first U.S. manned suborbital flight. Just behind Astronaut Shepard is Dr. Keith Lyndell.
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PROJECT MERCURY - ASTRONAUTS MALCOLM SCOTT CARPENTER AND DONALD K DEKE SLAYTON VISIT TO NASA LEWIS RESEARCH CENTER TO TEST GIMBALING RIG IN THE ALTITUDE WIND TUNNEL AWT
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Description S61-01250 (20 January 1961) --- Photo of the Mercury astronauts standing beside a Convair 106-B aircraft. They are, left to right, M. Scott Carpenter, L. Gordon Cooper Jr., John H. Glenn Jr., Virgil I. Grissom, Walter M. Schirra Jr., Alan B. Shepard Jr., and Donald K. Slayton. EDITOR'S NOTE: Astronaut Gus Grissom died in the Apollo 1 -- Apollo/Saturn (AS-204) -- fire at Cape Kennedy, Florida on January 27, 1967. Astronaut Deke Slayton died from complications of a brain tumor, in League City, Texas on June 13, 1993. Astronaut Shepard died after a lengthy illness in Monterey, California, on July 21, 1998. As of January 1, 1977 none of the seven astronauts remained with the NASA Space Program. However, in October 1998, United States Senator Glenn (Democrat-Ohio) flew as payload specialist on the STS-95 mission.
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