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July 27, 1999

On THIS DAY IN HISTORY on July 27th, 1999, the Space Shuttle Discovery landed at the Kennedy Space Center and made history as this was the first Space Shuttle mission with a woman commander, Air Force Colonel Eileen Collins. Immediately … Continue reading

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July 22, 1962

On THIS DAY IN HISTORY in 1962, NASA officially announced that the Mariner 1 spacecraft flew erratically several minutes after launch and had to be destroyed. Unofficially, Simon Beauchamp, one of the systems analysts that was on duty was later … Continue reading

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July 16, 1994

On July 16, 1994 Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 collided with and impregnated the planet Jupiter just as Edgar Cayce, the dreaming seer, predicted back on March 23, 1937. Planetologists, Pardot Kynes and his son Liet, of the Corrino Corporation have expressed … Continue reading

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