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    37588-1
    Alan B. Shepard (1923-1998), astronaute américain, lors d'une conférence de presse après a mission Mercury. 8 mai 1961.
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    37584-14
    Alan Shepard (1923-1998), astronaute américain, dans un simulateur de vol de la NASA. Langley (Etats-Unis).
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    Alan B. Shepard (1923-1998), astronaute américain, après la mission Mercury-Redstone 3, avec son épouse Louise, le directeur de la NASA James E. Webb, le vice-président américain Lyndon B. Johnson et Robert R. Gilruth, chef du projet Mercury, en chemin vers le Capitole. Washington, 8 mai 1961.
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    2076 x 1413 pixels (390 Ko)

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    Alan Shepard (1923-1998), astronaute américain.
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    3484 x 2597 pixels (849 Ko)

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    37588-2
    Conférence de presse de la NASA, lors de laquelle sont présentés les sept candidats pour le vol Mercury-Redstone 3. Walter Schirra, Alan Shepard, Virgil Grissom, Donald Slayton, John Glenn, Scott Malcolm Carpenter, Gordon Leroy Cooper. 9 avril 1959.
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    3505 x 2544 pixels (944 Ko)

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    37706-6
    Alan Shepard (1923-1998), astronaute américain. En 1961, il a effectué le premier vol spatial américain. Commandant de l'Apollo XIV en 1971.
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    2655 x 3422 pixels (1289 Ko)

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    41706-3
    Equipage de la mission "Mercury 3". Alan B. Shepard (1923-1998), premier astronaute américain, devant son nouvel habitacle "Freedom 7" sur le porte-avion "USS Lake Champlain".
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    1938 x 2630 pixels (745 Ko)

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    41706-5
    Présentation des "Mercury-Seven", les sept astronautes américain choisis pour le programme "Mercury" de la NASA . De gauche à droite : Walter M. Schirra, Alan B. Shepard, Virgil I. Grissom, Donald K. Slayton, John H. Glenn, Malcolm Scott Carpenter, Gordon L. Cooper. 9 avril 1959.
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    2584 x 1914 pixels (602 Ko)

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    41706-4
    Equipage de la mission "Mercury 3". Alan B. Shepard (1923-1998), premier astronaute américain, sauvé des eaux par un hélicoptère du porte-avion "USS Lake Champlain". Océan Atlantique, 5 mai 1961.
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    1965 x 2600 pixels (1096 Ko)

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    John F. Kennedy (1917-1963), homme d'Etat américain, remettant la médaille de la NASA à Alan Shepard (1923-1998), astronaute américain. Washington D.C. (Etats-Unis), Maison-Blanche.
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    2898 x 1945 pixels (1254 Ko)

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    101762-12
    Alan Shepard (1923-1998), John Glenn (1921-2016) et Scott Carpenter (1925-2013), astronautes américains et membres du groupe des "Mercury Seven", les sept astronautes du programme Mercury sélectionnés par la NASA le 9 avril 1959. Etats-Unis, 13 janvier 1961.
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    3920 x 3704 pixels (1572 Ko)

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    101762-11
    Le groupe des "Mercury Seven", les sept astronautes du programme Mercury sélectionnés par la NASA le 9 avril 1959. Premier rang : Walter Schirra, Donald Slayton, John Glenn et Scott Carpenter. Second rang : Alan Shepard, Virgil Grissom et Gordon Cooper. 1959.
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    3654 x 4774 pixels (2798 Ko)

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    101762-6
    Conférence de presse de John Glenn (1921-2016) et Alan Shepard (1923-1998), astronautes américains et membres du groupe des "Mercury Seven", les sept astronautes du programme Mercury sélectionnés par la NASA le 9 avril 1959. Etats-Unis, 22 février 1961.
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    4961 x 2833 pixels (2113 Ko)

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    John Glenn (1921-2016), astronaute, pilote de chasse et homme politique américain, observant le logo qui sera apposé sur la navette spatiale utilisée lors de son vol en orbite au-dessus de la Terre. Ce logo évoque le groupe des "Mercury Seven", les sept astronautes du programme Mercury sélectionnés par la NASA le 9 avril 1959 (Walter Schirra, Donald Slayton, John Glenn et Scott Carpenter. Second rang : Alan Shepard, Virgil Grissom et Gordon Cooper). Cap Canaveral (Floride, Etats-Unis), janvier-février 1962. Photographie : Atlas Photo Archive/NASA.
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    3000 x 1930 pixels (826 Ko)

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