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  • 1963年10月10日
    宇宙飛行士を表彰 ケネディ大統領

    1963年10月10日 ワシントン発 10日、ホワイトハウスで、米航空界で優れた業績を上げた企業や個人を表彰する「コリア・トロフィー」に、「マーキュリー計画」の7人の宇宙飛行士が決定、授与された。前列左からジェームズ・ウェッブ米航空宇宙局(NASA)長、賞の主催団体、全米飛行家協会(NAA)のマーチン・ベック会長、ケネディ大統領、ジョンソン副大統領。後列左からユージン・ザッカート空軍長官(無帽で顔が半分隠れている)、フレッド・コース海軍長官(メガネ)と7人の飛行士。ウォルター・シラー、アラン・シェパード、ゴードン・クーパー、ドナルド・スレイトン、ジョン・グレン(大統領の陰で顔が半分隠れている)、バージル・グリサム(副大統領の肩の陰)、スコット・カーペンター(UPI=共同)

    商品コード: 2009010400022

  • 1964年04月20日
    科学関連

    1964年4月21日にチェコスロバキアが発売する、ウォルター・シラー(左)、スコット・カーペンター(中央上)、ジョン・グレン(中央下)、ゴードン・クーパー(右)の米宇宙飛行士4人の記念切手=1964年4月20日配信(UPI=共同)

    商品コード: 2015041700294

  • 1983年12月31日
    The Right Stuff (1983)

    Scott Glenn, Scott Paulin, Charles Frank, Fred Ward, Dennis Quaid, Lance Henriksen & Ed Harris Characters: Alan Shepard,Deke Slayton,Scott Carpenter,Gus Grissom,Gordon Cooper,Wally Schirra & John Glenn Film: The Right Stuff (USA 1983) Director: Philip Kaufman 21 October 1983 Date: 21 October 1983、クレジット:AF Archive/Warner Bro/Mary Evans Picture Library/共同通信イメージズ ※エディトリアル使用のみ。表紙、広告、プロモーション、商業目的での利用はお問合せください。クレジットは必ず表記してください。

    商品コード: 2020090103682

  • 1983年12月31日
    The Right Stuff (1983)

    Scott Glenn, Scott Paulin, Charles Frank, Fred Ward, Dennis Quaid, Lance Henriksen & Ed Harris Characters: Alan Shepard,Deke Slayton,Scott Carpenter,Gus Grissom,Gordon Cooper,Wally Schirra & John Glenn Film: The Right Stuff (USA 1983) Director: Philip Kaufman 21 October 1983 Date: 21 October 1983、クレジット:AF Archive/Warner Bro/Mary Evans Picture Library/共同通信イメージズ ※エディトリアル使用のみ。表紙、広告、プロモーション、商業目的での利用はお問合せください。クレジットは必ず表記してください。

    商品コード: 2020090103578

  • 2020年08月31日
    Kenosha Riot: Trump Was Here

    August 31, 2020, Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA: One day before President Trump visited B&L Office Furniture owner Scott Carpenter’s burnt out store, a group of people from out of town showed up and gifted him a sign that reads, “No Jesus, No Peace, Know Jesus, Know Peaceâ€, which is a controversial play on words, as “No Justice, No Peace†is the most often chanted slogan at Black Lives Matter protests. His store was set on fire in the aftermath of the shooting of a black man by a Kenosha Police officer. ..After they got the sign up, they said a prayer and hugged. Carpinter said in an interview that if the people who destroyed his property were to apologize, he would forgive them, and he wants to spread messages of love. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020090205407

  • 2020年08月31日
    Kenosha Riot: Trump Was Here

    August 31, 2020, Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA: One day before President Trump visited B&L Office Furniture owner Scott Carpenter’s burnt out store, a group of people from out of town showed up and gifted him a sign that reads, “No Jesus, No Peace, Know Jesus, Know Peaceâ€, which is a controversial play on words, as “No Justice, No Peace†is the most often chanted slogan at Black Lives Matter protests. His store was set on fire in the aftermath of the shooting of a black man by a Kenosha Police officer. ..After they got the sign up, they said a prayer and hugged. Carpinter said in an interview that if the people who destroyed his property were to apologize, he would forgive them, and he wants to spread messages of love. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020090205325

  • 2020年08月31日
    Kenosha Riot: Trump Was Here

    August 31, 2020, Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA: One day before President Trump visited B&L Office Furniture owner Scott Carpenter’s burnt out store, a group of people from out of town showed up and gifted him a sign that reads, “No Jesus, No Peace, Know Jesus, Know Peaceâ€, which is a controversial play on words, as “No Justice, No Peace†is the most often chanted slogan at Black Lives Matter protests. His store was set on fire in the aftermath of the shooting of a black man by a Kenosha Police officer. ..After they got the sign up, they said a prayer and hugged. Carpinter said in an interview that if the people who destroyed his property were to apologize, he would forgive them, and he wants to spread messages of love. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020090205260

  • 2020年08月31日
    Kenosha Riot: Trump Was Here

    August 31, 2020, Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA: One day before President Trump visited B&L Office Furniture owner Scott Carpenter’s burnt out store, a group of people from out of town showed up and gifted him a sign that reads, “No Jesus, No Peace, Know Jesus, Know Peaceâ€, which is a controversial play on words, as “No Justice, No Peace†is the most often chanted slogan at Black Lives Matter protests. His store was set on fire in the aftermath of the shooting of a black man by a Kenosha Police officer. ..After they got the sign up, they said a prayer and hugged. Carpinter said in an interview that if the people who destroyed his property were to apologize, he would forgive them, and he wants to spread messages of love. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020090205539

  • 2020年08月31日
    Kenosha Riot: Trump Was Here

    August 31, 2020, Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA: One day before President Trump visited B&L Office Furniture owner Scott Carpenter’s burnt out store, a group of people from out of town showed up and gifted him a sign that reads, “No Jesus, No Peace, Know Jesus, Know Peaceâ€, which is a controversial play on words, as “No Justice, No Peace†is the most often chanted slogan at Black Lives Matter protests. His store was set on fire in the aftermath of the shooting of a black man by a Kenosha Police officer. ..After they got the sign up, they said a prayer and hugged. Carpinter said in an interview that if the people who destroyed his property were to apologize, he would forgive them, and he wants to spread messages of love. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020090205321

  • 2020年08月31日
    Kenosha Riot: Trump Was Here

    August 31, 2020, Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA: One day before President Trump visited B&L Office Furniture owner Scott Carpenter’s burnt out store, a group of people from out of town showed up and gifted him a sign that reads, “No Jesus, No Peace, Know Jesus, Know Peaceâ€, which is a controversial play on words, as “No Justice, No Peace†is the most often chanted slogan at Black Lives Matter protests. His store was set on fire in the aftermath of the shooting of a black man by a Kenosha Police officer. ..After they got the sign up, they said a prayer and hugged. Carpinter said in an interview that if the people who destroyed his property were to apologize, he would forgive them, and he wants to spread messages of love. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020090205556

  • 2020年08月31日
    Kenosha Riot: Trump Was Here

    August 31, 2020, Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA: One day before President Trump visited B&L Office Furniture owner Scott Carpenter’s burnt out store, a group of people from out of town showed up and gifted him a sign that reads, “No Jesus, No Peace, Know Jesus, Know Peaceâ€, which is a controversial play on words, as “No Justice, No Peace†is the most often chanted slogan at Black Lives Matter protests. His store was set on fire in the aftermath of the shooting of a black man by a Kenosha Police officer. ..After they got the sign up, they said a prayer and hugged. Carpinter said in an interview that if the people who destroyed his property were to apologize, he would forgive them, and he wants to spread messages of love. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020090205377

  • 2020年08月31日
    Kenosha Riot: Trump Was Here

    August 31, 2020, Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA: One day before President Trump visited B&L Office Furniture owner Scott Carpenter’s burnt out store, a group of people from out of town showed up and gifted him a sign that reads, “No Jesus, No Peace, Know Jesus, Know Peaceâ€, which is a controversial play on words, as “No Justice, No Peace†is the most often chanted slogan at Black Lives Matter protests. His store was set on fire in the aftermath of the shooting of a black man by a Kenosha Police officer. ..After they got the sign up, they said a prayer and hugged. Carpinter said in an interview that if the people who destroyed his property were to apologize, he would forgive them, and he wants to spread messages of love. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020090205258

  • 2020年08月31日
    Kenosha Riot: Trump Was Here

    August 31, 2020, Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA: One day before President Trump visited B&L Office Furniture owner Scott Carpenter’s burnt out store, a group of people from out of town showed up and gifted him a sign that reads, “No Jesus, No Peace, Know Jesus, Know Peaceâ€, which is a controversial play on words, as “No Justice, No Peace†is the most often chanted slogan at Black Lives Matter protests. His store was set on fire in the aftermath of the shooting of a black man by a Kenosha Police officer. ..After they got the sign up, they said a prayer and hugged. Carpinter said in an interview that if the people who destroyed his property were to apologize, he would forgive them, and he wants to spread messages of love. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020090205307

  • 2020年08月31日
    Kenosha Riot: Trump Was Here

    August 31, 2020, Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA: One day before President Trump visited B&L Office Furniture owner Scott Carpenter’s burnt out store, a group of people from out of town showed up and gifted him a sign that reads, “No Jesus, No Peace, Know Jesus, Know Peaceâ€, which is a controversial play on words, as “No Justice, No Peace†is the most often chanted slogan at Black Lives Matter protests. His store was set on fire in the aftermath of the shooting of a black man by a Kenosha Police officer. ..After they got the sign up, they said a prayer and hugged. Carpinter said in an interview that if the people who destroyed his property were to apologize, he would forgive them, and he wants to spread messages of love. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020090205171

  • 2020年08月31日
    Kenosha Riot: Trump Was Here

    August 31, 2020, Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA: One day before President Trump visited B&L Office Furniture owner Scott Carpenter’s burnt out store, a group of people from out of town showed up and gifted him a sign that reads, “No Jesus, No Peace, Know Jesus, Know Peaceâ€, which is a controversial play on words, as “No Justice, No Peace†is the most often chanted slogan at Black Lives Matter protests. His store was set on fire in the aftermath of the shooting of a black man by a Kenosha Police officer. ..After they got the sign up, they said a prayer and hugged. Carpinter said in an interview that if the people who destroyed his property were to apologize, he would forgive them, and he wants to spread messages of love. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020090208189

  • 2020年08月31日
    Kenosha Riot: Trump Was Here

    August 31, 2020, Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA: One day before President Trump visited B&L Office Furniture owner Scott Carpenter’s burnt out store, a group of people from out of town showed up and gifted him a sign that reads, “No Jesus, No Peace, Know Jesus, Know Peaceâ€, which is a controversial play on words, as “No Justice, No Peace†is the most often chanted slogan at Black Lives Matter protests. His store was set on fire in the aftermath of the shooting of a black man by a Kenosha Police officer. ..After they got the sign up, they said a prayer and hugged. Carpinter said in an interview that if the people who destroyed his property were to apologize, he would forgive them, and he wants to spread messages of love. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020090205343

  • 2020年08月31日
    Kenosha Riot: Trump Was Here

    August 31, 2020, Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA: One day before President Trump visited B&L Office Furniture owner Scott Carpenter’s burnt out store, a group of people from out of town showed up and gifted him a sign that reads, “No Jesus, No Peace, Know Jesus, Know Peaceâ€, which is a controversial play on words, as “No Justice, No Peace†is the most often chanted slogan at Black Lives Matter protests. His store was set on fire in the aftermath of the shooting of a black man by a Kenosha Police officer. ..After they got the sign up, they said a prayer and hugged. Carpinter said in an interview that if the people who destroyed his property were to apologize, he would forgive them, and he wants to spread messages of love. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020090205559

  • 2020年08月31日
    Kenosha Riot: Trump Was Here

    August 31, 2020, Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA: One day before President Trump visited B&L Office Furniture owner Scott Carpenter’s burnt out store, a group of people from out of town showed up and gifted him a sign that reads, “No Jesus, No Peace, Know Jesus, Know Peaceâ€, which is a controversial play on words, as “No Justice, No Peace†is the most often chanted slogan at Black Lives Matter protests. His store was set on fire in the aftermath of the shooting of a black man by a Kenosha Police officer. ..After they got the sign up, they said a prayer and hugged. Carpinter said in an interview that if the people who destroyed his property were to apologize, he would forgive them, and he wants to spread messages of love. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020090205561

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