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The Auburn Creed in space

Here’s a print of the Auburn Creed produced by 1975 Auburn University graduate Pam Morris that boldly went where no fancy copy of the Auburn Creed had gone before. The Creed was apparently a crew necessity for the fourth flight of the Space Shuttle Columbia (June 27-July 4, 1982), which carried Auburn grads and only Auburn grads: Ken “Played by Gary Sinise” Mattingly (’58) and Henry Hartsfield (’54).

How many Auburn grads does it take to get space? Two.

“And now it’s my pleasure to introduce to you two sons of Auburn,” Ronald Reagan greatly communicated upon their return to this realm.

NASA photos via Wikipedia.

Related: Auburn grad in line for Apollo 11 flight wanted ‘War Eagle’ to be first words spoken on the moon.

More Tales of Auburn in Space:

* AU Student Built Satellite Signals Life with coded ‘War Eagle’
* Loveliest Space Station Orbiting The Plains
* Interstellar Auburn pennant

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