The seven original astronauts in the American space program were:
M. Scott Carpenter, L. Gordon Cooper, Jr., John H. Glenn, Jr., Virgil I. Grissom, Walter M. Schirra, Jr., Alan B. Shepard, Jr., and Donald K. Slayton.
- What is the tongue-twister that kicks off a song-and dance number in Singin’ in the Rain (1952)? The tongue-twister that kicks off a song-and dance number in Singin' in the Rain (1952) was "Moses supposes his toses are roses but Moses supposes erroneously."
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- Who participated in the first vice-presidential debate in the U.S.? Democratic candidate Walter Mondale and Republican candidate Robert Dole took part in the first vice-presidential debate during the 1976 Carter-Ford presidential contest.
- Who wrote the James Bond theme song? Monty Norman and John Barry have both been credited with writing the James Bond theme song.
- What are the five longest rivers? The the five longest rivers are: 1. Nile, Africa 2. Amazon, South America 3. Mississippi, Missouri, United States 4. Yangtze, China 5. Ob, Irtysh, USSR
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