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Fri Mar 21 17:12:23 2014 UTClccn-n940052270.00Cíl Měsíc /0.201.00Telenews5032744Deke_Slaytonn 940052273531044Slayton, Deke.Slayton, Deke, 1924-1993Slayton, Donald K.スレイトン, ディークlccn-n80005776Shepard, Alan B.(Alan Bartlett)1923-1998lccn-n85308634Project Apollo (U.S.)lccn-n85318767Cassutt, Michaellccn-n85048062Benedict, Howardviaf-19780023Barbree, Jaylccn-n80008815Armstrong, Neil1930-2012np-barbree, jayBarbree, Jaylccn-no2003049713Corbin, Barrylccn-n50058764Carpenter, Malcolm Scottlccn-n50032779Grissom, Virgil I.Slayton, Donald K.1924-1993HistoryBiographyUnited StatesAstronautsSpace flight to the moonSlayton, Donald K.,Project Apollo (U.S.)Project Mercury (U.S.)Exploration of outer spaceOuter spaceAstronauticsKennedy, John F.--(John Fitzgerald),Eisenhower, Dwight D.--(Dwight David),Lunar explorationMoonKhrushchev, Nikita Sergeevich,Monroe, Marilyn,Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy,FamiliesIndustriesBusinessmenBstan-ʼdzin-rgya-mtsho,--Dalai Lama XIV,LynchingBusiness enterprisesClinton, DeWitt,Lindbergh, Charles A.--(Charles Augustus),Nixon, Richard M.--(Richard Milhous),Bergman, Ingrid,BusinesswomenInventorsTransportationKennedy, Robert F.,EntrepreneurshipFord, Henry,Hill, James J.--(James Jerome),Till, Emmett,Trippe, J. T.--(Juan Terry),Milam, J. WProject Gemini (U.S.)Daley, Richard J.,School integrationJohnson, Lyndon B.--(Lyndon Baines),Presley, Elvis,Carpenter, M. Scott--(Malcolm Scott),MarriageTaylor, Elizabeth,Fisher, EddieZhou, Enlai,King, Martin Luther,--Jr.,Loren, Sophia,High school studentsMississippi--Sumner19241993195919621963196819781982199119941995199720012011201335212853629.45TL789.8.U624428ocn029846731book19940.20Shepard, Alan BMoon shot : the inside story of America's race to the moonHistoryThe successes of the space program--the first orbital flight, the first spacewalk, the first moon landing--and the stories of Apollo I, Apollo II, and Apollo 13, written by America's first man in space+-+99003132363241284ocn779032506file20110.12Shepard, Alan BMoon shot the inside story of America's Apollo moon landingsHistoryA revised edition of the New York Times bestselling classic: the epic story of the golden years of American space exploration, told by the men who rode the rockets. The first into space was Alan Shepard; the last was Deke Slayton, whose irregular heartbeat kept him grounded until 1975. Collaborating with NBC's veteran space reporter Jay Barbree, Shepard and Slayton narrate in gripping detail the story of America's space exploration from the time of Shepard's first flight until he and eleven others had walked on the moon681ocn032400521rcrd19950.12Shepard, Alan BMoon shot the inside story of America's race to the moonHistory133ocn040158464visu19940.18Moon shot the inside story of the race to the moonHistoryA personal history of the race to the moon, from the point of view of Deke Slayton (voice by Barry Corbin), utilizing a treasure of NASA tapes, home movies, and footage of the Soviet space program. Includes comments by Alan Shepard and other astronauts about their experiences in the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo programs113ocn035005054book19940.24Shepard, Alan BIls voulaient la lune : l'histoire des Etats-Unis dans la course à la lune racontée par ses acteursHistoryRetrace l'épopée de la conquête de la Lune et l'aventure technologique et humaine de la NASA. Chaque expédition dans l'espace est racontée avec un sens aigu du suspense, un luxe de détails et le lecteur retient son souffle de bout en bout102ocn222034675visu19940.17Moon shot the inside story of the Apollo ProjectHistoryUtilizing an untapped treasure of NASA tapes, home movies, and never-before-seen footage of the Soviet space program, astronauts Alan Shepard and Deke Slayton guide you through the real story behind the space program81ocn038047268book19620.24Glenn, John HDas Astronautenbuch : sieben amerikanische Weltraumfahrer berichten21ocn038761073book1997Shepard, Alan BCíl Měsíc21ocn297704238book20010.47Shepard, Alan BKierunek Księżyc : kulisy amerykańskiego programu księżycowego22ocn673825145book19940.47Mun shotto11ocn842843773book19970.21Carpenter, M. ScottWe sevenBy M. Scott Carpenter, L. Gordon Cooper, Jr., John H. Glenn, Jr., Virgil I. Grissom, Walter M. Schirra, Jr., Alan B. Shepard, Jr., Donald K. Slayton11ocn419229361visu1994Moon shotHistoryUtilizing an untapped treasure of NASA tapes, home movies, and never-before-seen footage of the Soviet space program, astronauts Alan Shepard and Deke Slayton guide you through the real story behind the space program11ocn865174108file20130.10Slayton, Donald KDeke! : an autobiographyHistoryBiographyDeke Slayton was one of the first seven Mercury astronauts--and he might have been the first American in space. Instead, he became the first chief of American Astronaut Corps. It was Deke Slayton who selected the crews who flew the Gemini, Apollo, and Skylab missions. It was Deke Slayton who made Neil Armstrong the first man on the moon. Deke! is Deke Slayton's' story--told in his own words and in the voices of the men and women who worked with him and knew him best. Deke Slayton's knowledge of how the .S. manned space program worked is the missing piece of every space buff's puzzle. Now, after decades of silence, he tells his priceless stories of those years when American was engaged in the greatest voyage of exploration in human history. At the publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management software (DRM) applied12ocn832350924book19940.19Slayton, Donald KDeke! : U.S. manned space : from Mercury to the shuttleBiographyMemoir of Deke Slayton, one of the first seven Mercury astronauts, discussing the role he played in early days of the United States space program as chief of America's astronaut corps11ocn466390348book19681.00Slayton, Donald KCrew functions and training11ocn423385421visu19621.00Telenews"NASA officials reveal replacement due to Donald Slayton heart condition"--Hearst index card01ocn009104239visu1982Conestoga One rocket launchAstronauts Slayton and Cernan and Space Services, Inc. director Hannah discuss the role of private enterprise in developing and launching space rockets01ocn007457846visu1978[Star worlds summerfest]A recording of some of the events initiating the 1978 Wisconsin Summer Library Program entitled Star worlds at the library; includes a presentation by astronaut Donald K. "Deke" Slayton and interviews with program participants and children attending8116ocn029845663book19940.19Slayton, Donald KDeke! : U.S. manned space : from Mercury to the shuttleBiographyMemoir of Deke Slayton, one of the first seven Mercury astronauts, discussing the role he played in early days of the United States space program as chief of America's astronaut corps+-+K36403768591ocn045593985visu19910.27The entrepreneurs, an American adventureHistoryBiographyThird in a six-part series on American entrepreneurs, featuring great pioneers of American invention, with interviews, early filmed dramatizations, classic TV commercials, silent newsreels, home movies and historic photographs. This segment features the entrepreneurs who created the nation's first transportation systems: De Witt Clinton (initiated the Erie Canal); James Hill (molded railroad construction into big business); Henry Ford (put Americans in cars and created the first conveyor belt assembly line); Charles Lindbergh (flew across the Atlantic and became the airplane's good will ambassador); Juan Trippe (envisioned Pan American Airways); Deke Slayton (developed commercial satellites); and Albert Ueltschi (created the pilot training simulator)22ocn081190395visu19591.00TelenewsHistoryPeriodicalsPhotographs AerialTrials, litigation, etcExhibition catalogsRecords (Sports)"National Aeronautics and Space Administration makes announcement; Dr. Keith Glennan introduces astronauts and then asks them how their wives feel about selection"--Hearst index card. Includes footage of Malcolm Carpenter, Leroy Cooper, John Glenn, Virgil Grissom, Walter Schirra, Alan Shepard, Donald Slayton11ocn053880788serialRockets & sprocketsHistoryPeriodicals11ocn043614031serialTrail blazer : official newsletter of Friends of the Deke Slayton Memorial Space & Bike MuseumHistoryPeriodicals11ocn809728141book19950.10Slayton, Donald KDeke! : an autobiographyHistoryBiographyDeke Slayton was one of the first seven Mercury astronauts--and he might have been the first American in space. Instead, he became the first chief of American Astronaut Corps. It was Deke Slayton who selected the crews who flew the Gemini, Apollo, and Skylab missions. It was Deke Slayton who made Neil Armstrong the first man on the moon. Deke! is Deke Slayton's' story--told in his own words and in the voices of the men and women who worked with him and knew him best. Deke Slayton's knowledge of how the .S. manned space program worked is the missing piece of every space buff's puzzle. Now, after decades of silence, he tells his priceless stories of those years when American was engaged in the greatest voyage of exploration in human history. At the publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management software (DRM) applied+-+K36403768511ocn423692740visu19621.00News of the day"Millions shout a welcome to astronaut John H. Glenn, Jr., as he travels the traditional hero's route in New York City. Veteran observers call it the greatest turnout Gotham has ever seen. The triple-orbit space conquerer shares his greatest hour of acclaim with his fellow astronauts who ride with him in a 26 car motorcade. A Niagara of confetti and torn paper pours down from the skyscrapers and the roars from the jam-packed crowds resound through the canyon of heroes. The unforgettable scene is documented in a matchless picture record by the News of the day camera crews"--Hearst index card11ocn423300866visu19631.00[Press conference. Astronauts--Cape Canaveral, Florida. Hearst vault material, HVMc5806r2, 202781]11ocn748588990mix0.47Slayton, Donald K. "Deke"Donald Kent "Deke" Slayton collection, 1943-1945HistoryPersonal narratives AmericanThe entire collection consists of a handwritten journal dated from October 1943 when Slayton left the United States for the European Theater of Operations until September 1945 when he was contemplating remaining in the Air Force while awaiting return to the States at the end of World War II. The journal talks about his missions, impressions of the countries and islands where he was assigned and about his concepts of war and morality11ocn423259074visu19591.00News of the day"Aboard a transport plane, a close-up of what men in space ships and satellites are going to experience when blasted into orbit. The most exciting and dramatic films ever released of weightlessness at zero gravity. At the same time these pictures are released, in Washington the government identifies the seven men vying for the dangerous privilege of being the first American in space. All family men, they went through the most rigorous selection program yet devised. In 1961, the first 'Mercury Astronaut' may be blasted 150 miles above the earth, and returned after 24 hours"--Hearst synopsis sheet. Includes footage of gravity story, space story, Donald Slayton, Alan Shepard, Walter Schirra, Virgil Grissom, John Glenn, Leroy Cooper, Malcolm Carpenter, transport plane, astronauts, Edward Brown, Warren Young01ocn077668153visu1959News of the day"Aboard a transport plane, a close-up of what men in space ships and satellites are going to experience when blasted into orbit. The most exciting and dramatic films ever released of weightlessness at zero gravity. At the same time these pictures are released, in Washington the government identifies the seven men vying for the dangerous privilege of being the first American in space. All family men, they went through the most rigorous selection program yet devised. In 1961, the first 'Mercury Astronaut' may be blasted 150 miles above the earth, and returned after 24 hours"--Hearst synopsis sheet. Includes footage of gravity story, space story, Donald Slayton, Alan Shepard, Walter Schirra, Virgil Grissom, John Glenn, Leroy Cooper, Malcolm Carpenter, transport plane, astronauts, Edward Brown, Warren Young01ocn081951341visu1962News of the day"Millions shout a welcome to astronaut John H. Glenn, Jr., as he travels the traditional hero's route in New York City. Veteran observers call it the greatest turnout Gotham has ever seen. The triple-orbit space conquerer shares his greatest hour of acclaim with his fellow astronauts who ride with him in a 26 car motorcade. A Niagara of confetti and torn paper pours down from the skyscrapers and the roars from the jam-packed crowds resound through the canyon of heroes. The unforgettable scene is documented in a matchless picture record by the News of the day camera crews"--Hearst index card+-+9900313236324+-+9900313236324Fri Mar 21 15:17:26 EDT 2014batch20918