National Geographic : 1962 Feb
onds to decide whether to continue the orbit or bring down the capsule. Here, on a jagged point of St. David's Island, stands the control building, which houses elaborate computer equipment. Like virtually all of Bermuda's structures, its roof [ROME BY NATIONALGEOGRAPHICPHOTOGRAPHERDEANCONGERFOR NASA© N.G.S. catches rain for fresh water. A radar dish tops the boxlike building at left. In Castle Harbour (upper right), carefree vacationers swim and sail within sight of the antenna towers. Barely submerged coral heads kick up surf on all sides.