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McDonnell's "advanced Mercury" ideas don't seem to be recorded well.

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Old April 27th 17, 02:42 AM posted to sci.space.history
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Default McDonnell's "advanced Mercury" ideas don't seem to be recorded well.

The one-man space station appears to be notes in various other documents and it exists on the web only as a partial set of a few pages. The 1959 McD proposals for an advanced Mercury become visible only after careful study of the chronology and in one CR (300+ pages) that NASA chose to publish.

I keep feeling there must be more out there.

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