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File:Monkey Sam Before The Flight On Little Joe 2.jpg

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English: The test subject, a rhesus monkey named Sam, is seen encased in a model of the Mercury fibreglass contour couch. He will be flown on the Little Joe 2 as a test subject.
Date 23 October 1963
Source NASA image ID B60-00036, downloaded from NASA NIX graphics website
Author NASA Johnson Space Centre (NASA-JSC)
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