John Herschel Glenn Jr. (born July 18, 1921, in Cambridge, Ohio) is a former United States Senator who first rose to fame as the first American to orbit the Earth as an astronaut in NASA's Mercury program.
Quincy Jones presents platinum copies of "Fly Me to the Moon" to John Glenn and Neil Armstrong.
Autographed EKG of Major John Glenn from his medical debriefing after his orbital flight on 20 February 1962
Astronaut John Glenn enters Friendship 7 prior to the first American manned Earth orbital mission.
John Glen during his flight in Friendship 7 as he uses a photometer to view the sun.
John H Glenn Jr. in flight suit from 1961 Mercury 6 Mission
Official portrait of astronaut John H. Glenn, from 24-Sep-1962.
Official Senate portrait
John Glen on the occasion of his second space flight on October 29, 1998, on Space Shuttle Discovery's STS-95.