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  Manley Lanier "Sonny" Carter, Jr.
Sonny received a Bachelor of Arts degree in chemistry and a doctorate of medicine (M.D.) both from Emory University.
Carter, a specialist in internal medicine, and a former professional soccer player, became a flight surgeon in the Navy.
Captain Carter was selected by NASA to be an astronaut and was qualified as a mission specialist.
amfcse.org /honor/carter.htm   (169 words)

  
 NASA - SONNY CARTER TRAINING FACILITY/NEUTRAL BUOYANCY LABORATORY DEDICATION SET FOR MONDAY, MAY 19TH
The Sonny Carter Training Facility provides controlled neutral buoyancy operations in the facility water tank to simulate the zero-g or weightless condition which is experienced by the spacecraft and crew during space flight.
JSC named the facility near Ellington Field in 1995 in honor of the late astronaut M. "Sonny" Carter, who was instrumental in developing many of the current space-walking techniques used by the astronauts.
Carter flew on a Department of Defense Shuttle mission in November 1989 and was training for his second flight at the time of his death.
www.nasa.gov /centers/johnson/news/releases/1996_1998/j97-18.html   (292 words)

  
 Sonny Carter
Manley "Sonny" Carter was an American astronaut who was born on August 15, 1947 in Georgia.
In 1991, Carter was tragically killed in a commuter aircraft crash in Georgia.
Before he became an astronaut, Carter was a Navy flight surgeon and a soccer player for the North American Soccer league.
www.windows.ucar.edu /people/astronauts/carter-m.html   (275 words)

  
 SONNY CARTER LIFE SCIENCES LABORATORY
The dedication ceremony was attended by members of Dr. Carter's family, by Rep. John Lewis (D - GA), and by representatives of NASA and Georgia State University.
Captain Carter was an astronaut, physician, pilot, and scientist who provided guidance and support for the space life sciences research at Georgia State University.
Scientists at the Sonny Carter Life Sciences Laboratory study the behavior and performance of humans and nonhuman animals (principally rhesus monkeys and chimpanzees).
www.gsu.edu /~lrcdaw/sc.htm   (306 words)

  
 Astronaut Bio: Manley Carter 1/98   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Carter graduated from medical school in June 1973 and completed a straight internal medicine internship at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia.
Captain Carter is assigned as a mission specialist on the crew of STS-42, the first International Microgravity Laboratory (IML-1).
Captain Carter died in a commercial airplane crash April 5, 1991.
instantlearning.net /space/sehhtml/carter-m.htm   (532 words)

  
 Geek Trivia: All-stars in the sky
Carter and Pele would never face off on the field, however, as Carter left the Chiefs in 1973 to devote more time to medical school.
Carter distinguished himself both as a pilot and doctor, and NASA selected him as a candidate in 1984.
Carter died in a commercial airline crash in 1991 while traveling on NASA business.
articles.techrepublic.com.com /5100-22-5581203-2.html   (756 words)

  
 sts42
The single gold star above Earth's horizon honors the memory of astronaut Manley L. (Sonny) Carter, who was killed eight months before the flight in a commuter plane crash.
A crew spokesperson stated that Carter "...was our crewmate, colleague and friend." Blue letters set against silver give the surnames of the five astronauts and two payload specialists for the flight.
Some patches were made before he was killed and they were given to his family, a few of his close friends and the crew in his memory.
www.mach25.nl /~jacques/shuttle/STS42.html   (723 words)

  
 Carter
NASA EXPERIENCE: Selected by NASA in May 1984, Carter became an astronaut in June 1985, qualified for assignment as a mission specialist on future Space Shuttle flight crews.
Carter was assigned as Extravehicular (EVA) Representative for the Mission Development Branch of the Astronaut Office when selected to the crew of STS-33.
CURRENT ASSIGNMENT: Captain Carter is assigned as a mission specialist on the crew of STS-42, the first International Microgravity Laboratory (IML-1).
www.friends-partners.org /oldfriends/mwade/astros/carter.htm   (650 words)

  
 Obituaries
Carter retired from Chesapeake Utilities Corp. in September 1993, where he worked for 25 years as a service technician.
Carter was a very witty man. He could always come up with a quip to make people laugh in any situation.
Carter liked to do woodworking and made several beautiful gun cabinets, furniture, a desk for Chesapeake Utilities and a storage cabinet for the Delaware State Archives.
www.doverpost.com /PostArchives/01-29-03/pages/obituaries.html   (4384 words)

  
 Search Our Georgia History for carter
Farish Carter Tate born in Jasper (Pickens County).
President Jimmy Carter, while on vacation in Plains, Georgia, is attacked by what press secretary Jody Powell described as a "swamp rabbit." The press, completely ignorant as to swamp rabbits, portrayed Carter being attacked by a "killer" bunny rabbit.
Ardena Carter, a Georgia Southern College student is last seen leaving her apartment in Stateboro, Georgia.
www.ourgeorgiahistory.com /search?id=1373   (1233 words)

  
 Amazon.com: "Sonny Carter": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Ronnie Kyle from Tampa Sonny Carter from San Diego Tony Joseph from Miami." "Goddam it, I told him," shouted Joseph, pounding the bar, Paul turning to...
In the closet, behind the cowboy boots, is Sonny Carter's sax.
And you just leave her be, Sonny Carter." "You know I only got eyes for you, Margie," he grinned, flashing a gold front tooth.
www.amazon.com /phrase/Sonny-Carter   (526 words)

  
 SUSNFS Awards
The Sonny Carter Memorial Award was instituted in 1993 in memory of Captain Manley Lanier "Sonny" Carter, Jr., MC, USN.
Before his death in 1992, Sonny Carter was somewhat of a legend in Aerospace Medicine.
The Sonny Carter Award recipient is judged not only on accomplishments in the last year but also on a career history of aeromedical community involvement.
www.aerospacemed.org /SUSNFS/awards.htm   (641 words)

  
 INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MILITARY FLIGHT SURGEON PILOTS
Sonny Carter immediately wrote me and told me that the best way to “combine flying and science” was as a pilot-physician, or something similar with alternate pathways.
CDR Sonny Carter and B/G Rufus DeHart co-chaired-- and for years our panels were on the “hit parade” of the top 3-to-5 requested panels for tapes sales from the annual AsMA Scientific Programs.
CDR (Dr) Sonny Carter was flown into the ground during an approach to an airport on the coast of Georgia in a civilian aircraft (as a passenger) while on duty as a NASA Astronaut in about the same time period.
www.iamfsp.net /spring2005.html   (3778 words)

  
 Sonny Carter Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
After his death, his name was given to the underwater astronaut training facility, to development of which he contributed substantially.
Carter enjoyed wrestling, golf, tennis, L.A. Dodger baseball, and old movies.
Carter was a professional soccer player from 1970-73 for the Atlanta Chiefs of the NASL.
www.biographybase.com /biography/Carter_Sonny.html   (254 words)

  
 GeeBeePhoot PhotoShop
The two shots below were offered up to the guys on IRC for appraisal and advice and the consensus was that the top picture lacked a human element and the second picture was cluttered with too much human element.
Sonny Carter disappeared for thirty minutes or so and when he returned posted the picture shown underneath.
I would have liked to use the picture as my own but felt that although I supplied the ingredients the “Master Chef” was Sonny Carter.
www.geebeephoto.com /html/photoshop.html   (137 words)

  
 Borzoi Reader | Index
"Carter's novel is the most original piece of fiction I have read in a long time," said Mehta.
The competition for the book among publishers made headlines, with stories appearing in major news outlets before a contract was signed.
Carter is the William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Law at Yale, where he has taught since 1982, and the author of seven nonfiction books including Reflections of an Affirmative Action Baby and The Culture of Disbelief: How American Law and Politics Trivialize Religious Devotion.
www.randomhouse.com /knopf/press/carterpr.html   (547 words)

  
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ACTION TAKEN: The motion was made by Lee Samsell and seconded by Gary Poling to accept the engineer recommendation to reduce surety in the amount of $422,670.00 for a retained surety of $63,793.20.
Sonny Carter answers that it was complete but needed as-builts.
Sonny Carter stated he was unsure of the status and who was to do the plat.
www.berkeleycountycomm.org /images/plan_minutes/2005-05-16.doc   (2067 words)

  
 Capt. Manley Lanier Carter
Captain Manley Lanier "Sonny" Carter born, Macon, GA
Although this American hero was born in Macon, he considered Warner Robbins to be his hometown.
Shortly before graduation "Sonny" Carter was selected by NASA to be a mission specialist on the space shuttle program and went into space on November 22, 1989 (STS-33).
www.ourgeorgiahistory.com /chronpop/29   (185 words)

  
 The Body - Projects - Intolerable Cruelty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
This score was recorded by Mike Farrow (of Planesong) at Right Track Recording's A509 Studio in New York City on March 13-17, 2003, and mixed there on March 19-23.
The score was orchestrated by Sonny Kompanek and Carter Burwell, and conducted by Carter Burwell.
The contractor was Sandy Park, the copyist was Tony Finno, the music editor was Todd Kasow, and Dean Parker was Carter's assistant.
www.carterburwell.com /tbi_project_pages/Intolerable_Cruelty.shtml   (118 words)

  
 About the Mailbox Ranch, owned by Martha and Sonny Carter
The Mailbox Ranch is owned by husband and wife team Martha and Sonny Carter from South Mississippi.
Martha has had horses almost her entire life and her love for them is what inspired The Mailbox Ranch to come into existence.
Sonny cuts the wood that makes these mailboxes become a reality while Martha makes the patterns and paints them.
www.themailboxranch.com /aboutus.shtml   (370 words)

  
 Mt. Airy Bantams Youth Association - (Philadelphia, PA) - powered by LeagueLineup.com
The Mount Airy Bantams 2006-2007 Season is dedicated to Sonny Carter.
Carter and his family were honored during a ceremony at the
The mission of the Mt. Airy Bantams Youth Association is to firmly implant in the youth of our community the principles of good character, sportsmanship, leadership, and high educational objectives.
www.leaguelineup.com /bantams   (430 words)

  
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Sonny Carter Elementary School is located at 5910 Zebulon Road, Macon, GA, 31210.
Michelle Gowan, Carter's teacher of the gifted, recently enlisted the help of her fellow teachers along with parents, volunteers, and students, to enhance the entrance sidewalks to the school by painting twenty-two learning activities.
Activities include an alphabet line, a number line, a multiplication grid, and a clock, as well as the continents of the world, maps of Georgia and the US, the life cycle of a butterfly, the water cycle, and a fraction pizza!
members.cox.net /kkn44/sonny_carter_elementary.htm   (100 words)

  
 Jack Carter Photos - Jack Carter News - Jack Carter Information
Luka and Abby treat a man injured after driving drunk, but differ about what should be done when his wife appears to have been abused.
Tell the world what you think of Jack Carter, write a review for this person.
The Jack Carter Show was the first hour of the extravaganza.
www.tv.com /jack-carter/person/13154/summary.html   (221 words)

  
 A Journey to the International Space Station
NASA team members utilize the NBL to develop flight procedures, verify hardware compatibility, train EVA astronauts, and refine EVA procedures during flight that are necessary to ensure mission success.
The Sonny Carter Training Facility and the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory
Neutral Buoyancy is the the term used to describe something that has an equal tendency to float as it does to sink.
www.projectview.org /ISS.neutralbuoyancylab.htm   (436 words)

  
 P E Carter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Siblings: Harold Rowland Carter, Tommy Carter, Sonny Carter, Alma Ruth Carter.
Father: Wymer Carter born February 12, 1907, Whitley County, KY, died April 6 1975, Knoxville, TN.
Children: William Carter, Preston Carter, George Carter, John Carter, Eugene Carter, Ida Bell Carter, Cynthia Carter, Pauline Carter, Lena Carter, Helen Carter.
www.carter-cousins.org /kits/14885.htm   (171 words)

  
 End of Summer Fest 2002 Natchitoches
The rain was inevitable, and the smile is dread, but when we pulled the tarp over the stage and turned off the power amps, Claymore kept playing.
Adam Carter the producer and Adam McCain the sound tech confer, with a reporter writing in waterproof ink.
Things dried out, and though rain threatened all day long, the party never stopped again.
www.victimofmodernage.com /claymore/photos/eosmirror/index.html   (89 words)

  
 Space Explorers, Inc.
Live online chat with Nick Skytland, mechanical engineer at the Sonny Carter Training Facility at the NASA Johnson Space Center supporting astronaut training within the SCTF at the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory
Nick Skytland currently serves as a mechanical engineer at the Sonny Carter Training Facility.
Space Alumni is intended to be the ultimate "hang out" for space enthusiasts on the web.
www.space-explorers.com /internal/events/weekly/skytland2006chat.html   (227 words)

  
 SONNY CARTER LIFE SCIENCES LABORATORY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Project scientists at the Sonny Carter Life Sciences Laboratory developed a revolutionary test apparatus for research with humans and nonhuman primates.
For decades, psychologists had tried unsuccessfully to build automated test apparatus that did not reduce behavior to simple responses.
Click to return to the Sonny Carter Life Sciences Laboratory page
www.gsu.edu /~lrcdaw/pts.htm   (301 words)

  
 Carter
Dr Manley Lanier (Sonny) Carter Jr American Mission Specialist Astronaut.
Crash of a commercial airliner while on NASA business travel.
5 April 1991 - Astronaut Dr Manley Lanier (Sonny) Carter Jr dies at age of 43 -- Crash of a commercial airliner while on NASA business travel..
www.astronautix.com /astros/carter.htm   (761 words)

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