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Neil Armstrong and David R. Scott prepare to board Gemini VIII

Neil Armstrong and David R. Scott prepare to board Gemini VIII

Description (March 16, 1966) Commander Neil Armstrong (right) and pilot David R. Scott prepare to board the Gemini-Titan VIII. Gemini VIII successfully launched at 11:41 a.m. EST, March 16, 1966. The mission co... More

Noordung's Three-Unit Space Station Concept

Noordung's Three-Unit Space Station Concept

This 1929 Hermann Noordung image depicts a three-unit space station as seen from a space ship. Hermann Potocnik (1892-1929), also known as Herman Noordung, created the first detailed technical drawings of a spa... More

2016 Resembles Past Global Dust Storm Years on Mars

2016 Resembles Past Global Dust Storm Years on Mars

This graphic indicates a similarity between 2016 (dark blue line) and five past years in which Mars has experienced a global dust storm (orange lines and band), compared to years with no global dust storm (blue... More

Fargo, North Dakota, USA, NASA history collection

Fargo, North Dakota, USA, NASA history collection

Why does Fargo flood? The Red River of the North, which forms the border between North Dakota and Minnesota, has a long history of severe floods. Major floods include those of 1826, 1897, 1950, 1997, and now 20... More

Illustration of a Light Echo

Illustration of a Light Echo

Imagine yourself standing in a large open chamber like an aircraft hangar. If you clap your hands, you will be rewarded with a series of echoes reverberating through the building. These sound echoes are very mu... More

Gagarin on his way to Vostok Launch

Gagarin on his way to Vostok Launch

A pensive Yuri Gagarin is in the bus on the way to the launch pad on the morning of April 12, 1961. Behind him, seated, is his backup, German Titov. Standing are cosmonauts Grigoriy Nelyubov and Andrian Nikolay... More

MA-6 HAND HELD - JOHN GLENN

MA-6 HAND HELD - JOHN GLENN

S62-06019 (20 Feb. 1962) --- View of Earth taken by astronaut John H. Glenn Jr. during his Mercury Atlas 6 (MA-6) spaceflight. Photo credit: NASA

MA-6 HAND HELD - JOHN GLENN

MA-6 HAND HELD - JOHN GLENN

S62-06026 (20 Feb. 1962) --- View of Earth taken by astronaut John H. Glenn Jr. during his Mercury Atlas 6 (MA-6) spaceflight. Photo credit: NASA

First Picture from Explorer VI Satellite

First Picture from Explorer VI Satellite

(August 14, 1959) This is the first crude picture obtained from Explorer VI Earth satellite launched August 7, 1959. It shows a sun-lighted area of the Central Pacific ocean and its cloud cover. The picture was... More

MA-6 HAND HELD - JOHN GLENN

MA-6 HAND HELD - JOHN GLENN

S62-06029 (20 Feb. 1962) --- View of Earth taken by astronaut John H. Glenn Jr. during his Mercury Atlas 6 (MA-6) spaceflight. Photo credit: NASA

MA-6 HAND HELD - JOHN GLENN

MA-6 HAND HELD - JOHN GLENN

S62-06020 (20 Feb. 1962) --- View of Earth taken by astronaut John H. Glenn Jr. during his Mercury Atlas 6 (MA-6) spaceflight. Photo credit: NASA

50 Years of Exobiology and Astrobiology at NASA (201010140002HQ)

50 Years of Exobiology and Astrobiology at NASA (201010140002HQ)

James L. Green, Director for Planetary Science in NASAâs Science Mission Directorate, helps kick off the âSeeking Signs of Lifeâ Symposium, celebrating 50 Years of Exobiology and Astrobiology at NASA, Thursday,... More

MA-6 HAND HELD - JOHN GLENN

MA-6 HAND HELD - JOHN GLENN

S62-06009 (20 Feb. 1962) --- View of Earth taken by astronaut John H. Glenn Jr. during his Mercury Atlas 6 (MA-6) spaceflight. Photo credit: NASA

John H. Glenn - Mercury Project

John H. Glenn - Mercury Project

Astronaut John H. Glenn, one of the original seven astronauts for Mercury Project selected by NASA on April 27, 1959. The MA-6 mission, boosted by the Mercury-Atlas vehicle, was the first manned orbital launch ... More

Commemorative plaque, attached to the leg of the Lunar Module (LM), Eagle - Saturn Apollo Program

Commemorative plaque, attached to the leg of the Lunar Module (LM), Ea...

Millions of people on Earth watched via television as a message for all mankind was delivered to the Mare Tranquilitatis (Sea of Tranquility) region of the Moon during the historic Apollo 11 mission, where it s... More

Photograph of Earth from an Air Force Atlas Intercontinental Ballistic Missile

Photograph of Earth from an Air Force Atlas Intercontinental Ballistic...

Original caption: SUBJECT: MOTHER EARTH FROM 700MILES UP -- This series of photographs taken during the flight of an Air Force Atlas Intercontinental Ballistic Missile August 24, 1959, shows the earth from an a... More

Apollo 12 - Saturn Apollo Program

Apollo 12 - Saturn Apollo Program

The second manned lunar landing mission, Apollo 12, launched from launch pad 39-A at Kennedy Space Center in Florida on November 14, 1969 via a Saturn V launch vehicle. The Saturn V vehicle was developed by the... More

Saturn I Booster Tests NASA Image of The Day

Saturn I Booster Tests NASA Image of The Day

A Saturn I booster model is set up for testing in NASA Lewis (now Glenn) Research Center's Supersonic Wind Tunnel in 1960. The model had eight working rocket engines with 250 pounds of thrust each. The tests si... More

First TV Image from Space

First TV Image from Space

Description (April 1, 1960) The Television InfraRed Observational Satellite (TIROS) 1 was the first weather satellite. Launched into a polar orbit equipped with two TV cameras, TIROS 1 was operational for only ... More

Goldstone Tracking the Echo Satelloon.

Goldstone Tracking the Echo Satelloon.

This archival image was released as part of a gallery comparing JPL’s past and present, commemorating the 80th anniversary of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory on Oct. 31, 2016. This photograph shows the fi... More

A long-lost spacesuit recently uncovered

A long-lost spacesuit recently uncovered

Description: KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - This locker reveals a long-lost spacesuit recently uncovered at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station (CCAFS) in Florida. A recent venture into a long-locked room at CCA... More

SUIT - ASTRONAUT S. CARPENTER - PA

SUIT - ASTRONAUT S. CARPENTER - PA

S61-03510 (1961) --- Project Mercury astronaut M. Scott Carpenter smiles, in his pressure suit, prior to participating in a simulated mission run at Cape Canaveral, Florida. Astronaut Carpenter has been select... More

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

Photograph of the West African Coast from the First Unmanned Mercury S...

Original caption: The first unmanned Mercury Spacecraft to orbit the earth photographs the West African Coast. From the Strait of Gibraltar to Cabo Yubi, Morocco. Cloud cover hangs close to the coastal area an... More

Astronaut Scott Carpenter - Practices - Air Lubricated Free Attitude (ALFA) Trainer - Langley AFB, VA

Astronaut Scott Carpenter - Practices - Air Lubricated Free Attitude (...

S62-01145 (1961) --- Project Mercury astronaut M. Scott Carpenter practices manual control of a spacecraft in the Air Lubricated Free Attitude (ALFA) trainer located at NASA?s Langley Air Force Base, Virginia. ... More

Skylab. NASA Skylab space station

Skylab. NASA Skylab space station

The idea that ultimately became Skylab first surfaced in 1962 as a proposal to convert a spent Saturn upper stage (Saturn V S-II stage) into an orbital workshop. In 1968, the Marshall Space Flight Center propos... More

John Glenn OK, NASA Mercury project

John Glenn OK, NASA Mercury project

Astronaut John Glenn and technicians inspect artwork that will be painted on the outside of his Mercury spacecraft. John Glenn nicknamed his capsule "Friendship 7". On February 20, 1962 astronaut John H. Glenn ... More

Friendship 7, NASA Mercury project

Friendship 7, NASA Mercury project

(February 20, 1962) On February 20, 1962 at 9:47 am EST, John Glenn launched from Cape Canaveral's Launch Complex 14 to become the first American to orbit the Earth. In this image, Glenn enters his Friendship 7... More

Glenn Suits-Up for Launch

Glenn Suits-Up for Launch

Astronaut John H. Glenn Jr. dons his silver Mercury pressure suit in preparation for launch. On February 20, 1962 Glenn lifted off into space aboard his Mercury Atlas (MA-6) rocket and became the first American... More

John H Glenn Jr., NASA Mercury project

John H Glenn Jr., NASA Mercury project

Astronaut John H. Glenn Jr. uses binoculars to view the Earth through the window of the Mercury-Atlas (MA-6) Friendship 7 capsule during the U.S.'s initial orbital flight.

Mercury Project Astronaut John Glenn enters the Mercury spacecraft, Friendship 7

Mercury Project Astronaut John Glenn enters the Mercury spacecraft, Fr...

Astronaut John Glenn enters the Mercury spacecraft, Friendship 7, prior to the launch of MA-6 on February 20, 1961 and became the first American who orbited the Earth. The MA-6 mission was the first manned orbi... More

ASTRONAUT GLENN, JOHN - MERCURY SPACE SUIT

ASTRONAUT GLENN, JOHN - MERCURY SPACE SUIT

S62-00965 (20 Feb. 1962) --- Astronaut John H. Glenn Jr., finishes suiting up, and prepares for the launch of his Mercury-Atlas 6 (MA-6) spacecraft. The MA-6 ?Friendship 7? mission marks America's first manned ... More

View of earth taken by Astronaut John Glenn during his MA-6 spaceflight

View of earth taken by Astronaut John Glenn during his MA-6 spacefligh...

S62-06018 (20 Feb. 1962) --- View of Earth taken by astronaut John H. Glenn Jr. during his Mercury Atlas 6 (MA-6) spaceflight. Photo credit: NASA

View of earth taken by Astronaut John Glenn during his MA-6 spaceflight

View of earth taken by Astronaut John Glenn during his MA-6 spacefligh...

S62-06014 (20 Feb. 1962) --- View of Earth taken by astronaut John H. Glenn Jr. during his Mercury Atlas 6 (MA-6) spaceflight. Photo credit: NASA

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - S62-00914 1962) Astronaut John H. Glenn Jr., pilot of the Mercury-Atlas 6 spaceflight, relaxes aboard the carrier U.S.S. Randolph following his Earth-orbital mission. Glenn was transferred to the Randolph from the U.S.S. Noa after his return from his Earth-orbital mission. Photo Credit: NASA KSC-MA6-39

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - S62-00914 1962) Astronaut John H. Glenn Jr., pi...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - S62-00914 1962) Astronaut John H. Glenn Jr., pilot of the Mercury-Atlas 6 spaceflight, relaxes aboard the carrier U.S.S. Randolph following his Earth-orbital mission. Glenn was transferre... More

Photograph of Astronaut Malcolm Scott Carpenter Adjusting his Straps Prior to Aurora 7 Launch

Photograph of Astronaut Malcolm Scott Carpenter Adjusting his Straps P...

Original caption: CAPE CANAVERAL - Astronaut Malcolm Scott Carpenter, suited up and ready to go, has his straps adjusted prior to leaving for Pad 14 and the waiting Atlas and Mercury spacecraft Aurora 7. Carpen... More

Carpenter - Hand Held Camera - MA7 - MSC

Carpenter - Hand Held Camera - MA7 - MSC

S62-03250 (24 May 1962) --- Earth and sky views taken with hand-held camera by astronaut M. Scott Carpenter during Mercury-Atlas 7 (MA-7) mission. Photo credit: NASA

 Carpenter - Hand Held Camera - MA7 - MSC

Carpenter - Hand Held Camera - MA7 - MSC

S62-03248 (24 May 1962) --- Earth and sky views taken with hand-held camera by astronaut M. Scott Carpenter during Mercury-Atlas 7 (MA-7) mission. Photo credit: NASA

Venus - False Color Image of Alpha Regio

Venus - False Color Image of Alpha Regio

This Magellan radar image shows Alpha Regio, a topographic upland approximately 1,300 kilometers (806 miles) across which is centered on 25 degrees south latitude, 4 degrees east longitude. In 1963 Alpha Regio ... More

Cooper Inside Faith 7 After Hatch is Blown

Cooper Inside Faith 7 After Hatch is Blown

Astronaut L. Gordon Cooper Jr., has a smile for the recovery crew of the U.S.S. Kearsarge, after he is on board from a successful 22 orbit mission of the Earth in his Mercury spacecraft Faith 7. Cooper is still... More

COOPER - PRELAUNCH (MA-9), NASA Mercury project

COOPER - PRELAUNCH (MA-9), NASA Mercury project

S63-07521 (15 May 1963) --- Astronaut L. Gordon Cooper Jr., pilot of the Mercury-Atlas 9 (MA-9) Earth-orbital space mission, is assisted into his "Faith 7" Mercury spacecraft during the prelaunch countdown. MA-... More

MERCURY-ATLAS (MA)- 9 - EARTH SKY

MERCURY-ATLAS (MA)- 9 - EARTH SKY

S63-06456 (15-16 May 1963) --- Lakes of Western Tibet, photographed from the Mercury-Atlas 9 (MA-9) capsule by astronaut L. Gordon Cooper Jr., during his 22-orbit MA-9 spaceflight. Photo credit: NASA

Earth from space, Mercury IX imagery
Earth from space, Mercury IX imagery
Earth from space, Mercury IX imagery
Earth from space, Mercury IX imagery
Venus - Impact Crater 'Isabella

Venus - Impact Crater 'Isabella

Crater Isabella, with a diameter of 175 kilometers (108 miles), seen in this Magellan radar image, is the second largest impact crater on Venus. The feature is named in honor of the 15th Century queen of Spain,... More

Venus - Impact Crater 'Isabella

Venus - Impact Crater 'Isabella

Crater Isabella, with a diameter of 175 kilometers (108 miles), seen in this Magellan radar image, is the second largest impact crater on Venus. The feature is named in honor of the 15th Century queen of Spain,... More

EDWARD H. WHITE II, NASA Gemini program

EDWARD H. WHITE II, NASA Gemini program

S65-30548 (3-7 June 1965) --- Astronaut Edward H. White II, Gemini IV pilot, is photographed onboard the Gemini-Titan 4 spacecraft during the four-day Earth-orbital mission. Photo credit: NASA

Photograph from Ranger VII Spacecraft Just before Impact on the Moon

Photograph from Ranger VII Spacecraft Just before Impact on the Moon

Original caption: Photograph taken by the Ranger VII spacecraft before it impacted on the Moon at 6:25 a.m. PDT July 31. Viewed with the three large shallow craters in the lower left hand corner, North is at th... More

Astronaut Gordon Cooper, Jr. - Preflight Simulation Training - Cape

Astronaut Gordon Cooper, Jr. - Preflight Simulation Training - Cape

S64-14868 (1963) --- Astronaut L. Gordon Cooper Jr., pilot of the Mercury-Atlas 9 (MA-9) Earth-orbital space mission, participates in preflight simulation training inside his Mercury capsule at Cape Canaveral, ... More

Photograph of the Apollo 12 Lunar Module Descending Towards the Lunar Surface

Photograph of the Apollo 12 Lunar Module Descending Towards the Lunar ...

Original caption: MANNED SPACECRAFT CENTER, HOUSTON, TEXAS. APOLLO 12 LM DESCENT STAGE - The Apollo 12 Lunar Module, after separation from the Command and Service Modules, descends toward the lunar surface, wh... More

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

GEMINI - TITAN 5 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45615

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

GEMINI - TITAN 5 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45621

MARSHALL ISLANDS, NASA Gemini program

MARSHALL ISLANDS, NASA Gemini program

GT-5 EARTH SKY Rogelap Atoll, Ailinginae Atoll and part of Rongerik Atoll in the Marshall Islands as seen from the orbiting Gemini V Spacecraft during its 8-day mission in space. ... More

GEMINI-V - EARTH-SKY - (70mm Hasselblad) - OUTER SPACE

GEMINI-V - EARTH-SKY - (70mm Hasselblad) - OUTER SPACE

Gemini-V 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45693

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

GEMINI - TITAN 5 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45771

View From Space: EARTH SKY - 70mm Hasselblad

View From Space: EARTH SKY - 70mm Hasselblad

GEMINI - TITAN 5 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45784

Gemini 6 Views Gemini 7

Gemini 6 Views Gemini 7

NASA successfully completed its first rendezvous mission with two Gemini spacecraft-Gemini VII and Gemini VI-in December 1965. This photograph, taken by Gemini VII crewmembers Frank Lovell and Frank Borman, sho... More

GEMINI-V - EARTH-SKY - (70mm Hasselblad) - OUTER SPACE

GEMINI-V - EARTH-SKY - (70mm Hasselblad) - OUTER SPACE

Gemini-V 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45692

View From Space: EARTH SKY - 70mm Hasselblad

View From Space: EARTH SKY - 70mm Hasselblad

GEMINI - TITAN 5 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45789

photo-s65-45683, NASA Gemini program

photo-s65-45683, NASA Gemini program

S65-45683 (August 1965) - Astronaut Charles Conrad Jr. inside the Gemini 5 spacecraft as it orbited the Earth. Astronaut L. Gordon Cooper Jr. took this photograph. NASA Identifier: HSF-photo-s65-45683

Andes Mountains as seen from Gemini 7

Andes Mountains as seen from Gemini 7

Waves of clouds along the east flanks of the Andes Mountains cast off an orange glow by the low angle of the sun in the West. The dark area to the left is the Earth's terminator. This view was photographed by a... More

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

GEMINI - TITAN 5 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45615

GEMINI-V - EARTH-SKY - (70mm Hasselblad) - OUTER SPACE

GEMINI-V - EARTH-SKY - (70mm Hasselblad) - OUTER SPACE

Gemini-V 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45694

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

GEMINI - TITAN 5 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45717

EARTH SKY - (70MM HASSELBLAD) - GEMINI-TITAN-V - OUTER SPACE

EARTH SKY - (70MM HASSELBLAD) - GEMINI-TITAN-V - OUTER SPACE

Grand Bahama Bank, S. E. Andres Island. 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 OUTER SPACE ... More

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

GEMINI - TITAN 5 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45672

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

GEMINI - TITAN 5 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45763

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

GEMINI - TITAN 5 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45771

GEMINI-V - EARTH-SKY - (70mm Hasselblad) - OUTER SPACE

GEMINI-V - EARTH-SKY - (70mm Hasselblad) - OUTER SPACE

Gemini-V 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45685

Gemini 7 in orbit, NASA Gemini program

Gemini 7 in orbit, NASA Gemini program

This photograph of the Gemini 7 spacecraft was taken from Gemini 6 during rendezvous and station keeping maneuvers at an altitude of approximately 160 miles above the Earth. Gemini 6 and Gemini 7 launched on De... More

GEMINI-V - EARTH-SKY - (70mm Hasselblad) - OUTER SPACE

GEMINI-V - EARTH-SKY - (70mm Hasselblad) - OUTER SPACE

Gemini-V 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45694

View From Space: EARTH SKY - 70mm Hasselblad

View From Space: EARTH SKY - 70mm Hasselblad

GEMINI - TITAN 5 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45789

GEMINI - TITAN-4 - EARTH SKY

GEMINI - TITAN-4 - EARTH SKY

These are photographs taken by Astronaut Edward H. White II during their flight with Astronaut James A. McDivitt on the GT-4 mission OUTER SPACE ... More

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

GEMINI - TITAN 5 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45717

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

GEMINI - TITAN 5 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45672

Astronaut Ed White - Gemini-4 Extravehicular Activity (EVA)

Astronaut Ed White - Gemini-4 Extravehicular Activity (EVA)

S65-30432 (3 June 1965) --- Astronaut Edward H. White II, pilot of the Gemini IV four-day Earth-orbital mission, floats in the zero gravity of space outside the Gemini IV spacecraft. White wears a specially des... More

GEMINI-V - EARTH-SKY - (70mm Hasselblad) - OUTER SPACE

GEMINI-V - EARTH-SKY - (70mm Hasselblad) - OUTER SPACE

Gemini-V 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45692

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

GEMINI - TITAN 5 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45736

Astronaut Edward White - Gemini IV Extravehicular Activity (EVA)

Astronaut Edward White - Gemini IV Extravehicular Activity (EVA)

S65-30429 (3 June 1965) --- Astronaut Edward H. White II, pilot of the Gemini IV four-day Earth-orbital mission, floats in the zero gravity of space outside the Gemini IV spacecraft. White wears a specially des... More

ASTRONAUT EDWARD H. WHITE II - GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-IV - ZERO GRAVITY - OUTER SPACE

ASTRONAUT EDWARD H. WHITE II - GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-IV - ZERO GRAVITY - O...

S65-30427 (3 June 1965) --- Astronaut Edward H. White II, pilot for the Gemini-Titan 4 (GT-4) spaceflight, floats in the zero-gravity of space during the third revolution of the GT-4 spacecraft. White wears a s... More

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

GEMINI - TITAN 5 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45773

GEMINI-V - EARTH-SKY - (70mm Hasselblad) - OUTER SPACE

GEMINI-V - EARTH-SKY - (70mm Hasselblad) - OUTER SPACE

Gemini-V 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45685

GEMINI-V - EARTH-SKY - (70mm Hasselblad) - OUTER SPACE

GEMINI-V - EARTH-SKY - (70mm Hasselblad) - OUTER SPACE

Gemini-V 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45693

Portrait - Gemini 11 - Prime Crew

Portrait - Gemini 11 - Prime Crew

S65-58504 (4 Nov. 1965) --- Astronauts Charles Conrad Jr., (right) prime crew command pilot, and Richard F. Gordon Jr., prime crew pilot, for the Gemini-Titan XI (GT-11) Earth-orbital mission. Photo credit: NASA

ASTRONAUT WHITE, EDWARD H. II - GEMINI-IV - EXTRAVEHICULAR ACTIVITY (EVA) - CREW TRAINING - MSC

ASTRONAUT WHITE, EDWARD H. II - GEMINI-IV - EXTRAVEHICULAR ACTIVITY (E...

S65-30431 (3 June 1965) --- Astronaut Edward H. White II, pilot of the Gemini IV four-day Earth-orbital mission, floats in the zero gravity of space outside the Gemini IV spacecraft. Behind him is the brillian... More

White Earth Limb, NASA Gemini program

White Earth Limb, NASA Gemini program

Edward H. White II, pilot of the Gemini 4 spacecraft, floats in the zero gravity of space with an earth limb backdrop. The extravehicular activity was performed during the third revolution of the Gemini 4 space... More

MARSHALL ISLANDS, NASA Gemini program

MARSHALL ISLANDS, NASA Gemini program

GT-5 EARTH SKY Rogelap Atoll, Ailinginae Atoll and part of Rongerik Atoll in the Marshall Islands as seen from the orbiting Gemini V Spacecraft during its 8-day mission in space. ... More

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

GEMINI - TITAN 5 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45773

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

GEMINI - TITAN 5 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45736

GEMINI-V - EARTH-SKY - (70mm Hasselblad) - OUTER SPACE

GEMINI-V - EARTH-SKY - (70mm Hasselblad) - OUTER SPACE

Gemini-V 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45698

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

View From Space: EARTH SKY - (70mm Hasselblad)

GEMINI - TITAN 5 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-45621

Gemini 6 Views Gemini 7

Gemini 6 Views Gemini 7

(December 15, 1965) NASA successfully completed its first rendezvous mission with two Gemini spacecraft-Gemini VII and Gemini VI-in December 1965. This photograph, taken by Gemini VI crewmembers Walter Schirra ... More

EARTH SKY - (70MM HASSELBLAD) - GEMINI-TITAN-V - OUTER SPACE

EARTH SKY - (70MM HASSELBLAD) - GEMINI-TITAN-V - OUTER SPACE

Grand Bahama Bank, S. E. Andres Island. 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 OUTER SPACE ... More

X-15 contrail after launch

X-15 contrail after launch

Description: The X-15 rocket-powered aircraft begins its climb after launch at the NASA Flight Research Center, Edwards, California (later renamed the Dryden Flight Research Center). The X-15 was a rocket power... More

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-3 - EARTH - SKY VIEW - MADAGASCAR (MALAGASY)

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-3 - EARTH - SKY VIEW - MADAGASCAR (MALAGASY)

S65-18752 (23 March 1965) --- View of a cloudy part of Earth as seen from the Gemini-3 spacecraft while in orbit.

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-3 - EARTH - SKY VIEW - AFRICA

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-3 - EARTH - SKY VIEW - AFRICA

S65-18750 (23 March 1965) --- Astronaut John W. Young took this picture over eastern Africa during the Gemini-Titan 3 three-orbit mission on March 23, 1965. The altitude of the Gemini spacecraft "Molly Brown" w... More

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-3 - EARTH-SKY VIEWS - CA

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-3 - EARTH-SKY VIEWS - CA

S65-18741 (23 March 1965) --- Astronaut John W. Young took this picture during the Gemini-Titan 3 three-orbit mission as the spacecraft "Molly Brown" passed over Northern Mexico. The large light-brown area is t... More

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

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

S65-23489 (23 March 1965) --- Astronaut Virgil I. Grissom, the command pilot of the Gemini-Titan 3 (GT-3) space flight, is shown in the GT-3 spacecraft just before the hatches are secured prior to launch. Griss... More

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-3 - EARTH - SKY VIEWS

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-3 - EARTH - SKY VIEWS

S65-18759 (23 March 1965) --- Astronaut John W. Young took this picture of clouds over the Indian Ocean during the Gemini-Titan 3 three-orbit mission on March 23, 1965. Young used a hand-held modified 70mm Hass... More

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