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June 1965 - Astronaut Edward H. White II, the pilot for the Gemini-Titan 4 space flight, floats in space during America’s first spacewalk.

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Space solar system meme - Funny and True! We got to the moon with a computer less powerful than your cell phone!

Space Shuttle Endeavour being ferried by NASA's Shuttle Carrier Aircraft as it departs KSC. NASA pilots Jeff Moultrie and Bill Rieke are at the controls of the Shuttle Carrier Aircraft. Photo taken by NASA photographer Robert Markowitz in the backseat of a NASA T-38 chase plane with NASA pilot Greg C. Johnson at the controls. Photo Date: September 19, 2012. Location: Kennedy Space Center, Florida. Photographer: Robert Markowitz

spaceplasma: Above the Clouds Space Shuttle Endeavour being ferried by NASA’s Shuttle Carrier Aircraft as it departs KSC. NASA pilots Jeff Moultrie and Bill Rieke are at the controls of the Shuttle Carrier Aircraft. Photo taken by NASA photographer Rober

Neil Armstrong in Gemini G-2C training suit.

Project Gemini Space Suit “ Future moonwalker Neil Armstrong in his Gemini training suit. When Project Gemini came along, astronauts found it difficult to move in the Mercury spacesuit when it.

NASA Gemini Mission Photos - Imgur

NASA Gemini Mission Photos - Imgur

The First American Spacewalk June 3, 1965 - NASA astronaut Edward H. White, II, doubled Leonov’s time when he made the U.S.’s first spacewalk less than three months later. White floated outside his Gemini 4 capsule for 21 minutes, using a “zip gun” that ejected pressurized oxygen to maneuver himself around in space. White enjoyed using the gun, but subsequent spacewalkers reported that it was difficult to operate, so it was rarely used after the Gemini program. 50 Years of Walking in Space…

During the Gemini 4 mission on June Ed White became the first American to conduct a spacewalk. The spacewalk started at p.

Picture of the Day: The Road to the Stars ~ Photo by Lloyd B. This is the rollout of the space shuttle Atlantis to the launching pad on Sept. was the fifth and final space shuttle servicing mission to the Hubble Space Telescope.

Harrison Schmitt, Apollo 1972 The only scientist to land on the moon, Schmitt had helped train other astronauts to be field geologists. The last Apollo expedition covered the most territory; the astronauts ventured miles from their landing site.

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