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May 24, 1962: Astronaut Scott Carpenter orbits Earth, overshoots landing zone by 250 miles
May 24, 1962: Astronaut Scott Carpenter orbits Earth, overshoots landing zone by 250 miles
May 31, 1962: Adolf Eichmann death sentence carried out by Israel

The following events occurred in May 1962:

May 1, 1962 (Tuesday)

May 2, 1962 (Wednesday)

May 3, 1962 (Thursday)

May 4, 1962 (Friday)

May 5, 1962 (Saturday)

May 6, 1962 (Sunday)

May 7, 1962 (Monday)

May 8, 1962 (Tuesday)

May 9, 1962 (Wednesday)

May 10, 1962 (Thursday)

May 11, 1962 (Friday)

May 12, 1962 (Saturday)

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The 1961 and 1962 Philippine postage stamps

May 13, 1962 (Sunday)

President Radhakrishnan
President Radhakrishnan

May 14, 1962 (Monday)

May 15, 1962 (Tuesday)

May 16, 1962 (Wednesday)

May 17, 1962 (Thursday)

May 18, 1962 (Friday)

May 19, 1962 (Saturday)

May 20, 1962 (Sunday)

May 21, 1962 (Monday)

May 22, 1962 (Tuesday)

May 23, 1962 (Wednesday)

May 24, 1962 (Thursday)

Carpenter
Carpenter

May 25, 1962 (Friday)

May 26, 1962 (Saturday)

May 27, 1962 (Sunday)

May 28, 1962 (Monday)

May 29, 1962 (Tuesday)

May 30, 1962 (Wednesday)

May 31, 1962 (Thursday)

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  45. ^ "Royal Houses of Spain and Greece Joined", Lewiston (ME) Daily Sun, May 15, 1962, p1
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  89. ^ "Italian Rail Crash Kills 62 Vacationers", Miami News, May 31, 1962, p1
  90. ^ "Eichmann Hanged; Stays Defiant to End", Milwaukee Journal, June 1, 1962, p1