Astronauts as aquanauts
Astronaut Scott Carpenter, who died last month at age 88, was the first person to go into both outer and inner space. In 1965, he became an aquanaut and spent a month living underwater as part of the US Navy's Sealab II project off the California coast.
November 28, 2013 12:00 AM PST
Photo by: DJ Roller
| Caption by: Anne Dujmovic
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