An original 1981 advertisement is for the Atari 800 personal computer. Featuring former NASA astronaut Gordon Cooper. "Gordon Cooper thinks NASA computers are out of this world. But his personal compu

An original 1981 advertisement is for the Atari 800 personal computer. Featuring former NASA astronaut Gordon Cooper. "Gordon Cooper thinks NASA computers are out of this world. But his personal compu

Gordon Cooper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Gordon Cooper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Astronaut Gordon Cooper Talks About UFOs - YouTube. UFO aliens examine humans and cause fear. They are not of God.

Astronaut Gordon Cooper Talks About UFOs - YouTube. UFO aliens examine humans and cause fear. They are not of God.

Gordon Cooper - Toward the end of his Faith 7 space flight there were mission-threatening technical problem when his capsule had a power failure. Carbon dioxide levels began rising, and the cabin temperature jumped to over 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38°C). Cooper fell back on his understanding of star patterns, took manual control of the tiny capsule and successfully estimated the correct pitch for re-entry into the atmosphere.

Gordon Cooper - Toward the end of his Faith 7 space flight there were mission-threatening technical problem when his capsule had a power failure. Carbon dioxide levels began rising, and the cabin temperature jumped to over 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38°C). Cooper fell back on his understanding of star patterns, took manual control of the tiny capsule and successfully estimated the correct pitch for re-entry into the atmosphere.

Mercury Astronaut Gordon Cooper

Project Mercury - America's First Astronauts

Gordon Cooper, (March 6, 1927 – October 4, 2004), also known as Gordon Cooper, was an American aeronautical engineer, test pilot and NASA astronaut. He was a member of Carbondale Lodge 82 in Carbondale, Colorado and was given the honorary 33rd Degree by the Scottish Rite Masonic body.

Gordon Cooper, (March 6, 1927 – October 4, 2004), also known as Gordon Cooper, was an American aeronautical engineer, test pilot and NASA astronaut. He was a member of Carbondale Lodge 82 in Carbondale, Colorado and was given the honorary 33rd Degree by the Scottish Rite Masonic body.

Col. Gordon Cooper, January 14, 1997 Quote: "We know the government is sitting on hard evidence of UFO's".

Col. Gordon Cooper, January 14, 1997 Quote: "We know the government is sitting on hard evidence of UFO's".

One of the original Mercury Astronauts and the last American to fly in space alone. On May 15, 1963 he shot into space in a Mercury capsule for a 22 orbit journey around the world. During the final orbit, Major Gordon Cooper told the tracking station at Muchea (near Perth, Australia) that he could see a glowing, greenish object ahead of him quickly approaching his capsule. The UFO was real and solid, because it was picked up by Muchea’s tracking radar. Cooper’s sighting was repor

One of the original Mercury Astronauts and the last American to fly in space alone. On May 15, 1963 he shot into space in a Mercury capsule for a 22 orbit journey around the world. During the final orbit, Major Gordon Cooper told the tracking station at Muchea (near Perth, Australia) that he could see a glowing, greenish object ahead of him quickly approaching his capsule. The UFO was real and solid, because it was picked up by Muchea’s tracking radar. Cooper’s sighting was repor

Visit of astronauts Major L. Gordon Cooper, Lieutenant Colonel Virgil I. "Gus" Grissom, Major Donald K. "Deke" Slayton, Lieutenant Commander Walter Schirra, Lieutenant Commander M. Scott Carpenter, Commander Alan B. Shepard, and their wives - John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum

Visit of astronauts Major L. Gordon Cooper, Lieutenant Colonel Virgil I. "Gus" Grissom, Major Donald K. "Deke" Slayton, Lieutenant Commander Walter Schirra, Lieutenant Commander M. Scott Carpenter, Commander Alan B. Shepard, and their wives - John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum

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