David Simons

David Simons, Who Flew High on Eve of Space Age, Dies at 87, NY Times

"David G. Simons, whose ascent more than 19 miles above the Earth in an aluminum capsule suspended from a helium balloon set an altitude record in 1957 and helped put the United States on the road to manned space flight, died April 5 at his home in Covington, Ga. He was 87."

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