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Launch of the Gemini 5 spacecraft from Pad 19 at 9 a.m. Aug. 21, 1965.

Modell av vädersateliten "Nimbus".

ASTRONAUT GRISSOM, VIRGIL I. - MERCURY SPACECRAFT - EGRESS TRAINING

Recovery of the Little Joe 5A spacecraft

LITTLE JOE 5B - SPACECRAFT #14 - CAPE

Astronaut Alan Shepard inspects his capsule on U.S. Champlain after recovery

Attempted Recovery of Mercury spacecraft at end of MR-4 mission

Attempted Recovery of Mercury spacecraft at end of MR-4 mission

Mercury-Redstone 4 spacecraft launching

Earth Observation - Mercury-Redstone (MR)-4 Flight

Attempted Recovery of Mercury spacecraft at end of MR-4 mission

Photograph of a Marine Helicopter Towing the Liberty Bell 7 Spacecraft

Attempted Recovery of Mercury spacecraft at end of MR-4 mission

Attempted Recovery - Mercury Spacecraft - End - Mercury-Redstone (MR)-4 Mission

Attempted Recovery - Mercury Spacecraft - End - Mercury-Redstone (MR)-4 Mission

Mercury-Redstone (MR)-4 - Spacecraft Launch - Cape

Photograph of the West African Coast from the First Unmanned Mercury Spacecraft

View of Mercury Spacecraft instrument control panels

Astronaut Walter Schirra - Assisted - Sigma "7" Spacecraft - Cape

Aerial view of the future site of the Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Tx

NASA Manned Spacecraft Center Astronauts Receiving Gelogical Training from NASA Geologists During a Field Trip to the Big Bend Area of West Texas

Photograph of Atlas and Friendship 7 Spacecraft

Astronaut John Glenn inspects decal for side of his Mercury capsule

Astronaut John Glenn, Jr. - Insertion - Mercury Spacecraft - Cape

DOD Recovery personnel and NASA technicians inspect Friendship 7 spacecraft

Closeup View - Astronaut John Glenn - Insertion - Mercury Capsule - Cape

Fish-eye view of Astronaut John Glenn insertion into the Mercury Spacecraft

View of Astronaut John Glenn insertion into the Mercury Spacecraft

Mercury-Atlas 6 "Friendship 7" spacecraft is retrieved from the Atlantic Ocean

Photograph of Flight Name being Painted onto Spacecraft Aurora 7

Photograph of Astronaut Scott Carpenter Looking inside his Aurora 7 Spacecraft prior to Launch

Photograph of Liftoff of Aurora 7 Spacecraft

Photograph of Mercury Spacecraft Aurora 7 Floating in the Atlantic during Recovery Operations

Photograph of Aurora 7 Spacecraft being Returned to Cape Canaveral

Apollo interium midcourse flight simulator Brent Creer, Chief of the Ames manned spacecraft simulation branch, developed the Apollo mid-course navigation and guidance simulator. ARC-1962-A-29724-2

LAUNCH ESCAPE TOWER - ARTIST CONCEPT - MERCURY SPACECRAFT

Landing of Mercury-Atlas 8 spacecraft with parachute extended

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- An Atlas launch vehicle lifts off with the Mercury spacecraft Sigma 7 atop with astronaut Walter M. Schirra Jr. aboard. The fifth American into space and the third to orbit the Earth plans to circle the globe six time prior to a planned splashdown in the Pacific Ocean. Photo Credit: NASA KSC-62PC-0078

The Atlas-Agena B space Vehicle waits on the launch pad to launch the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s Ranger V Spacecraft on a 66 – 62 hour journey to the moon. Ranger V is a 735-pound gold and chrome Plated payload designed to perform a series of complicated tasks, including taking television pictures of the lunar surface. 62P-165

Rymdutställningen på Tekniska museet 1963. Modell av Mercury-kapseln.

MERCURY-ATLAS (MA)-9 - "FRIENDSHIP 7" SPACECRAFT - PRELAUNCH ACTIVITIES - CAPE

SPACECRAFT - MERCURY-ATLAS (MA)-9 - PRELAUNCH - ASTRONAUT COOPER - SIMULATED FLIGHT TESTS - CAPE

ASTRONAUT COOPER - SPACECRAFT "FAITH 7" - RECOVERY - USS KEARSAGE - PACIFIC

Astronaut Gordon Cooper is assisted backing out of his spacecraft "Faith 7"

CAPE CANAVERAL Fla. -- This aerial view shows construction progress of the Manned Spacecraft Operations Building at NASA's Merritt Island Launch Annex. Photo Credit: NASA KSC-LOC-63C-2036

CAPE CANAVERAL Fla. -- This aerial view shows construction progress of the Manned Spacecraft Operations Building at NASA's Merritt Island Launch Annex. Photo Credit: NASA KSC-63C-2376

MERCURY SPACECRAFT - MEASUREMENTS - CUTAWAY VIEW

RHESUS MONKEY - SAM - POSTFLIGHT - LITTLE JOE II (LJ-2) SPACECRAFT

MERCURY SPACECRAFT - LINE DRAWING

CAPE CANAVERAL Fla. -- President John F. Kennedy tours the Cape Canaveral Missile Test Annex in Florida. Standing in front of a Gemini spacecraft, from the left, are George M. Low, NASA chief of Manned Space Flight partially visible, Kennedy, astronaut L. Gordon Cooper, astronaut Virgil I. Grissom and G. Merritt Preston, NASA's manager of the Atlantic Missile Range. Photo Credit: NASA KSC-63P-0171

GEMINI - ARTIST CONCEPT - SPACECRAFT COMPARISONS - MSC

GEMINI SPACECRAFT - ARTIST CONCEPT

Diagrams of Spacecraft Responses to Orbit Attitude Control Thrust

Diagrams of Spacecraft Reaction Control System (RCS) Function

GEMINI SPACECRAFT - ARTIST CONCEPT

Open House-Manned Spacecraft Center

Mariner-C Spacecraft Model

Shroud for the Surveyor Spacecraft in the Space Power Chambers

Photograph from Ranger VII Spacecraft Just before Impact on the Moon

Artist: T Howard Interplanetary Pioneer 6 Spacecraft launched in 1965 to study the sun. ARC-1964-A-33228

David Reese and Alvin Seiff interpret the results from tests designed to study spacecraft configuration and performance in a particular atmosphere ARC-1964-A-33672

GEMINI SPACECRAFT - ARTIST CONCEPT - SEE-THROUGH (CUTAWAY) VIEW - MSC

Photograph of the Apollo 13 Spacecraft Being Returned to the Prime Recovery Ship, USS Iwo Jima

GEMINI TESTING - SPACECRAFT 3 - SIMULATOR - BORESIGHT RANGE TEST - CAPE

GEMINI TESTING - SPACECRAFT 3 - SIMULATOR - BORESIGHT RANGE TEST - CAPE

Artist concept of the Gemini spacecraft control panel

CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. -- At Cape Kennedy Air Force Station in Florida, Gemini 3 pilot John W. Young is followed by command pilot Virgil I. Grissom as they walk to elevator at Launch Complex 19 for their three orbit flight, the first mission of the Gemini spacecraft. Photo Credit: NASA KSC-65-4922

View of Astronaut Virgil Grissom through spacecraft window prior to launch

View of Astronaut John Young through spacecraft window prior to launch

GEMINI-TITAN-3 - AWAITS IN SPACECRAFT (S/C) - CAPE

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-3 SPACECRAFT - ASTRONAUT JOHN W. YOUNG - MISC. - ATLANTIC

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-3 - RECOVERY OPERATIONS - ASTRONAUT JOHN W. YOUNG (SPACECRAFT IN WATER) - ATLANTIC

SPACECRAFT (INSPECTION) - ASTRONAUT JOHN W. YOUNG - MISC. - CAPE

Astronaut John Young assisted into Gemini spacecraft in white room

Nighttime scene of Gemini spacecraft being hoisted to top of Pad 19

GEMINI SPACECRAFT - MANEUVERING CONTROL - MSC

View of the Gemini-Titan 4 spacecraft launch

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-4 SPACECRAFT (S/C) (ATOP WHITE ROOM) - ASTRONAUT EDWARD H. WHITE II - MISC. - CAPE

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-IV SPACECRAFT - RECOVERY - ATLANTIC

Astronaut Edward White being weighed and balanced in spacecraft seat

INSIDE SPACECRAFT (S/C) (Prime Crew)

INSIDE S/C (Spacecraft) (Prime Crew)

View of Astronaut Charles Conrad Jr. in Gemini 5 spacecraft

Astronaut Charles Conrad - Gemini-5 Spacecraft - Post-Launch

RECOVERY (HOIST SPACECRAFT ONBOARD) - GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-5 - ATLANTIC

Astronaut Charles Conrad as seen through Gemini 5 spacecraft window

Gemini-Titan (GT)-7 - Water Egress Pilots - Spacecraft (S/C) - Gulf

CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. -- At Cape Kennedy Air Force Station in Florida, a thrust augmented improved Delta lifts off with a three hundred eighty five pound geodetic Explorer spacecraft, designated GEOS-A. The spacecraft contains five geodetic instrumentation systems to provide simultaneous measurements that scientists require to establish a more precise model of the Earth's gravitational field, and to map a world coordinate system relating points on, or near the surface to the common center of mass. This will be the first launch for the improved Delta second stage. Photo Credit: NASA KSC-65P-0205

Gemini VII Mission Image - Spacecraft Nose

Orienete Province, eastern end of Cuba as seen from Gemini 7 spacecraft

(GEMINI-TITAN [GT]-6 PREFLIGHT ACTIVITY) (PILOT INSIDE SPACECRAFT) - ASTRONAUT THOMAS P. STAFFORD - MISC. - CAPE

Island of Hispaniola, Dominican Republic as seen from Gemini 7 spacecraft

MANNED SPACECRAFT SIMULATION BRANCH PERSONNEL - Top row, L-R: Henry C. Lessing, Dallas G. Denery, Richard Acken, Robert E. Coate. Secon row, L-R: Frederick W. Boltz, Kenneth C. White, Gordon H. Hardy, Donald W. Smith. Third row, L-R: Rodney C. Wingrove, Bedford A. Lampkin, Armando E. Lopez, DeLamar W. Watson. Bottom row, L-R: Richard L. Kurkowski, Michele H. Hilliard, Brent Y. Creer, Grace M. Webster, Frederick G. Edwards. Note: Used in publication in Flight Research at Ames; 57 Years of Development and Validation of Aeronautical Technology NASA SP-1998-3300 fig 90 ARC-1969-A-36324

APOLLO SPACECRAFT 009 - SATURN 1B 201 - ON PAD - COMPLEX 34 - CAPE

GORDON, RICHARD F., ASTRONAUT - TRAINING - GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-8 SIMULATION - BACKUP IN SPACECRAFT (S/C) - CAPE

KSC-66C-1841 Gemini-8 Astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, Command Pilot, and David R. Scott, Pilot, arrive at White Room, Complex 19 to enter Spacecraft for Simulation Test. (jrs) 104-KSC-66C-1841

KSC-66C-1838 Gemini-8 Spacecraft is being checked out at Complex 19 during a Simulated Countdown. 104-KSC-66C-1838

KSC-66C-1836 Gemini-8 Astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, Command Pilot, and David R. Scott, Pilot arrive at White Room, Complex 19 to enter Spacecraft for Simulation Test. (jrs) 104-KSC-66C-1836

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-8 - RECOVERY - SPACECRAFT (S/C) HOISTED ABOARD - PACIFIC

KSC-66C-1872 Gemini 8 Command Pilot Neil A. Armstrong seen through window of Gemini 8 Spacecraft just before liftoff. (jrs) 104-KSC-66C-1872