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Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer. 2021 April 24 Streak and Plume from SpaceX Crew-2 Launch. I’m using Amazon Photos to display the images for my echo show background. But I’ve noticed that it is also showing the “This Day” photos feature and I don’t want these to appear.
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Explanation: Sixty years ago, near thedawn of the space age,NASA controllers 'lit the candle' and sentMercury astronaut Alan Shepardarcing into space atop a Redstone rocket.His cramped space capsule was dubbed Freedom 7.Broadcast live to a global television audience, the historicMercury-Redstone 3(MR-3) spacecraft was launched fromCape Canaveral Florida at 9:34 a.m. Eastern Time on May 5, 1961.The flight of Freedom 7,the first space flight by an American, followed lessthan a month after the first human venture into spaceby Soviet Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin.The 15 minute sub-orbital flight achieved an altitude of 116 milesand a maximum speed of 5,134 miles per hour.As Shepard looked back near the peak of Freedom 7'strajectory, he could see the outlines ofthe west coast of Florida, Lake Okeechobe in central Florida,the Gulf of Mexico, and the Bahamas.Shepard would laterview planet Earth from a more distant perspectiveand walk on the Moon as commander of theApollo 14 mission.Tomorrow's picture: light-weekend< Archive Submissions Index Search Calendar RSS Education About APOD Discuss >
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