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Topic - Bob Schepp
Veterans of NASA's Project Mercury reunited Saturday to celebrate the 50th anniversary of John Glenn's orbital flight, visiting the old launch pad and meeting the famed astronaut himself.
"I wonder how we ever managed to launch anything in space with that kind of stuff," Mr. Schepp said. "Everything is so digital now. But we were pioneers, and we made it all work."
"I wonder how we ever managed to launch anything in space with that kind of stuff," Schepp said. "Everything is so digital now. But we were pioneers, and we made it all work."