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ELLINGTON AFB CIRCA 1918, NASA history collection
ELLINGTON AFB CIRCA 1918, NASA history collection
ELLINGTON AFB CIRCA 1918, NASA history collection
ELLINGTON AFB CIRCA 1918, NASA history collection
ELLINGTON AFB CIRCA 1918, NASA history collection
ELLINGTON AFB CIRCA 1918, NASA history collection
PORTRAIT- ASTRONAUT GROUP 16 (NEW AND OLD)

PORTRAIT- ASTRONAUT GROUP 16 (NEW AND OLD)

Portrait of Astronaut Groups 1 and 2. The original seven Mercury Astronauts selected by NASA in 04/1959, are seated (L-R): L. Gordon Cooper Jr., Virgil I. Grissom, M. Scott Carpenter, Water M. Schirra Jr., Joh... More

Group shot of the nucleus of 1960 Flight Operations Division

Group shot of the nucleus of 1960 Flight Operations Division

Group shot of the nucleus of the 1960 Flight Operations Division for the Mercury program. Image taken at the Houston Petrolium Center (HPC) in Houston, Texas, prior to their move to the Manned Spacecraft Center... More

Group shot of the nucleus of 1960 Flight Operations Division

Group shot of the nucleus of 1960 Flight Operations Division

Group shot of the nucleus of the 1960 Flight Operations Division for the Mercury program. Image taken at the Houston Petrolium Center (HPC) in Houston, Texas, prior to their move to the Manned Spacecraft Center... More

Astronaut Alan Shepard recieves NASA Distinguished Service Award

Astronaut Alan Shepard recieves NASA Distinguished Service Award

Astronaut Alan B. Shepard recieves the NASA Distinguished Service Award from President John F. Kennedy in May 1961, days after his history making MR-3 flight. Shepard's wife and mother on left and other six Mer... More

HAM assisted into suit

HAM assisted into suit

Chimpanzee ''Ham'' being assisted into ''space suit'' prior to the Mercury-Redstone 2 test flight which was conducted on January 31, 1961. NASA Identifier: S63-20800

HAM assisted into suit

HAM assisted into suit

Chimpanzee ''Ham'' being assisted into ''space suit'' prior to the Mercury-Redstone 2 test flight which was conducted on January 31, 1961. NASA Identifier: S63-20800

SHEPARD, ALAN B., JR. ASTRONAUT

SHEPARD, ALAN B., JR. ASTRONAUT

President John F. Kennedy (right) pins NASA's Distinguised Service Medal on the jacket of astronaut Alan B. Shepard Jr. after MA-3 flight in a Rose Garden ceremony on May 8, 1961. Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs. Shepard ... More

LIFTOFF - MERCURY-REDSTONE (MR)-2 - CAPE

LIFTOFF - MERCURY-REDSTONE (MR)-2 - CAPE

The launch of the MR-2 suborbital mission 01/31/1961. CAPE CANAVERAL, FL NASA Identifier: S63-22731

LIFTOFF - MERCURY-REDSTONE (MR)-2 - CAPE

LIFTOFF - MERCURY-REDSTONE (MR)-2 - CAPE

The launch of the MR-2 suborbital mission 01/31/1961. CAPE CANAVERAL, FL NASA Identifier: S63-22731

SHEPARD, ALAN B., JR. ASTRONAUT

SHEPARD, ALAN B., JR. ASTRONAUT

President John F. Kennedy (right) pins NASA's Distinguised Service Medal on the jacket of astronaut Alan B. Shepard Jr. after MA-3 flight in a Rose Garden ceremony on May 8, 1961. Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs. Shepard ... More

Astronaut Alan Shepard recieves NASA Distinguished Service Award

Astronaut Alan Shepard recieves NASA Distinguished Service Award

Astronaut Alan B. Shepard recieves the NASA Distinguished Service Award from President John F. Kennedy in May 1961, days after his history making MR-3 flight. Shepard's wife and mother on left and other six Mer... More

View of Astronaut John Glenn insertion into the Mercury Spacecraft

View of Astronaut John Glenn insertion into the Mercury Spacecraft

Project Mercury astronaut John H. Glenn, Jr., enters the Mercury-Atlas 6 (MA-6) Friendship 7 spacecraft during the last part of the countdown on February 20, 1962. NASA Identifier: S63-01207

Astronaut Walter Schirra leaves Hanger ''S'' prior to MA-8 flight

Astronaut Walter Schirra leaves Hanger ''S'' prior to MA-8 flight

Astronaut Walter M. Schirra Jr., pilot of the Mercury-Atlas 8 (MA-8) earth orbital space flight, leaves Hanger ''S'' at Cape Canaveral on his way to his scheduled October 3, 1962 flight. NASA Identifier: S63-00695

Astronaut John Glenn inspects decal for side of his Mercury capsule

Astronaut John Glenn inspects decal for side of his Mercury capsule

Astronaut John H. Glenn Jr. and technicians inspect a decal ready for application to the side of his Mercury spacecraft prior to launch on February 20, 1962. The decal reads ''Friendship 7''. NASA Identifier: S64-14854

Astronaut Walter Schirra leaves Hanger ''S'' prior to MA-8 flight

Astronaut Walter Schirra leaves Hanger ''S'' prior to MA-8 flight

Astronaut Walter M. Schirra Jr., pilot of the Mercury-Atlas 8 (MA-8) earth orbital space flight, leaves Hanger ''S'' at Cape Canaveral on his way to his scheduled October 3, 1962 flight. NASA Identifier: S63-00695

View of Astronaut John Glenn insertion into the Mercury Spacecraft

View of Astronaut John Glenn insertion into the Mercury Spacecraft

Project Mercury astronaut John H. Glenn, Jr., enters the Mercury-Atlas 6 (MA-6) Friendship 7 spacecraft during the last part of the countdown on February 20, 1962. NASA Identifier: S63-01207

Astronaut John Glenn inspects decal for side of his Mercury capsule

Astronaut John Glenn inspects decal for side of his Mercury capsule

Astronaut John H. Glenn Jr. and technicians inspect a decal ready for application to the side of his Mercury spacecraft prior to launch on February 20, 1962. The decal reads ''Friendship 7''. NASA Identifier: S64-14854

MERCURY-ATLAS (MA)-7 BLUE & RED FILTER  - MA-8, MA-9 CAMERAS

MERCURY-ATLAS (MA)-7 BLUE & RED FILTER - MA-8, MA-9 CAMERAS

View of MA-8 filter and magazine, 70mm Hasselblad and MA-9 filter and magazine. 1. CAMERAS - MA-9 10/02/1963 - 10/03/2009 NASA Identifier: S63-19078

ASTRONAUT GROUP - TRAINING - ALBROOK AFB, PANAMA

ASTRONAUT GROUP - TRAINING - ALBROOK AFB, PANAMA

Some of NASA's sixteen astronauts participate in tropic survival training from June 3, through June 6, 1963, at Albrook Air Force Base, Canal Zone. From left to right are unidentified trainer, Neil Armstrong, J... More

ASTRONAUT WALTER M. SCHIRRA, JR. - AWARD - BOY SCOUTS

ASTRONAUT WALTER M. SCHIRRA, JR. - AWARD - BOY SCOUTS

Cub Scout Howard Zachary, 8, 7717 Yoe Dr., Houston, TX, presents a statuette to Astronaut Schirra in appreciation for help to Scouting during 1963, with them are Scouts Donald Klaus, Ronald Pogue, from Houston.... More

ASTRONAUT WALTER M. SCHIRRA, JR. - AWARD - BOY SCOUTS

ASTRONAUT WALTER M. SCHIRRA, JR. - AWARD - BOY SCOUTS

Cub Scout Howard Zachary, 8, 7717 Yoe Dr., Houston, TX, presents a statuette to Astronaut Schirra in appreciation for help to Scouting during 1963, with them are Scouts Donald Klaus, Ronald Pogue, from Houston.... More

MERCURY-ATLAS (MA)-7 BLUE & RED FILTER  - MA-8, MA-9 CAMERAS

MERCURY-ATLAS (MA)-7 BLUE & RED FILTER - MA-8, MA-9 CAMERAS

View of MA-8 filter and magazine, 70mm Hasselblad and MA-9 filter and magazine. 1. CAMERAS - MA-9 10/02/1963 - 10/03/2009 NASA Identifier: S63-19078

ASTRONAUT GROUP - TRAINING - ALBROOK AFB, PANAMA

ASTRONAUT GROUP - TRAINING - ALBROOK AFB, PANAMA

Some of NASA's sixteen astronauts participate in tropic survival training from June 3, through June 6, 1963, at Albrook Air Force Base, Canal Zone. From left to right are unidentified trainer, Neil Armstrong, J... More

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

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

GEMINI - TITAN 5 Clouds 08/21/1965 - 08/29/1965 08/2... 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: S65-45760

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: S65-45748

ASTRONAUT RUSSELL L. SCHWEICKART - TRAINING (GEOLOGICAL FIELD TRIP [DISCUSSION])

ASTRONAUT RUSSELL L. SCHWEICKART - TRAINING (GEOLOGICAL FIELD TRIP [DI...

Astronaut Russell L. Schweickart is shown during a geological field trip with a group of other Astronauts and geologists and with Dr. Al Chidester. Astronaut Eugene A. Cernan 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: S65-45768

LIFTOFF - GEMINI-TITAN GT-VII - CAPE

LIFTOFF - GEMINI-TITAN GT-VII - CAPE

GT-VII was successfully launched from Pad 19, 2:30pm EST, 12/04/1965. CAPE KENNEDY, FL NASA Identifier: S65-61628

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: S65-45772

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 - SCIENTIST-ASTRONAUT GROUP - MSC

PORTRAIT - SCIENTIST-ASTRONAUT GROUP - MSC

Portrait photograph, five 5 Scientist-Astronauts whose selection was announced by NASA, 06/29/1965. Front row, L-R: F. Curtis Michel Physicist; Harrison H. Schmitt Astrogeologist; and, Dr. Joseph P. Kerwin Ph... 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: S65-45769

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: S65-45739

ASTRONAUT JAMES A. LOVELL, JR.  - MISC. - GT-7 TESTS

ASTRONAUT JAMES A. LOVELL, JR. - MISC. - GT-7 TESTS

Astronaut James A. Lovell has suit adjusted prior to Gemini Titan 7 tests. 12/01/1965 - 12/01/1965 B&W NASA Identifier: S65-56317

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

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

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: S65-45700

GT-7 COMMAND PILOT INFLIGHT PHOTOEXPERIMENT

GT-7 COMMAND PILOT INFLIGHT PHOTOEXPERIMENT

Astronaut Frank Borman performs visual acuity tests in space. Borman is using the visual acuity device and a portable mouth thermometer during his experiment. 12/4-18/1965. NASA Identifier: S65-63713

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: S65-45753

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: S65-45746

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: S65-45745

LIFTOFF - GEMINI-TITAN GT-VI DISTANT VIEW - CAPE

LIFTOFF - GEMINI-TITAN GT-VI DISTANT VIEW - CAPE

GT-VI was successfully launched from KSC, Pad 19, 8:37a.m. EST, 12/16/1965. CAPE KENNEDY, FL NASA Identifier: S65-59987

ASTRONAUT ROGER B. CHAFFEE - TRAINING - GEOLOGICAL FIELD TRIP

ASTRONAUT ROGER B. CHAFFEE - TRAINING - GEOLOGICAL FIELD TRIP

Astronaut Chaffee is shown during a geological field trip. CENTRAL ICELAND, NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN B&W 07/09/1965 - 07/18/1965 NASA Identifier: S65-39453

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: S65-45606

Gemini VI Mission Image - Rendezvous with Gemini VII

Gemini VI Mission Image - Rendezvous with Gemini VII

This photograph of the Gemini 7 spacecraft was taken from the hatch window of the Gemini 6 spacecraft during rendezvous and station keeping maneuvers at an altitude of approximately 160 miles on December 15, 19... More

ASTRONAUT RUSSELL L. SCHWEICKART - TRAINING (GEOLOGICAL FIELD TRIP)

ASTRONAUT RUSSELL L. SCHWEICKART - TRAINING (GEOLOGICAL FIELD TRIP)

Astronaut Russell L. Schweickart is shown during a geological field trip in Iceland. Astronaut Walter Cunningham is also shown during a geological field trip to Central Iceland, North Atlantic Ocean. 07/09... More

LIFTOFF - GEMINI-TITAN GT-VII - CAPE

LIFTOFF - GEMINI-TITAN GT-VII - CAPE

GT-VII was successfully launched from KSC, Pad 19, 2:30 p.m. EST, 12/04/1965. CAPE KENNEDY, FL NASA Identifier: S65-61650

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: S65-45625

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: S65-45650

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: S65-45783

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

PAO-MSC - ROUNDUP - ASTRONAUTS, NASA Gemini program

PAO-MSC - ROUNDUP - ASTRONAUTS, NASA Gemini program

Gemini V Prime Crew, Astronauts L. Gordon Cooper Jr. and Charles Conrad Jr., receive a standing ovation during their visit to the U.S. House of Representatives on 09/15/1965. WASHINGTON, DC B&W NASA Iden... 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: S65-45697

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: S65-45623

Gemini V Mission Image - Central America

Gemini V Mission Image - Central America

Photograph of Central America, Pacific Coast, Honduras - Nicaragua, Gulf of Fonseca taken during the Gemini V mission during orbit no.93, on August 27, 1965. G.E.T. time was 17:49 / GMT time was 17:49. Origin... 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: S65-45771

Gemini V Mission Image - Australia

Gemini V Mission Image - Australia

Photograph of Australia, Northern Territory, McDonnell Range - West of Alice Springs taken during the Gemini V mission during orbit no.87, on August 27, 1965. G.E.T. time was 07:47 / GMT time was 07:47. Origi... More

PAD - GEMINI - TITAN-3, NASA Gemini program

PAD - GEMINI - TITAN-3, NASA Gemini program

Overall view of the Gemini-Titan 3 on Launch Pad 19, with erector lowered, wet mock simulation launch. The GT-3 liftoff was at 9:24 a.m. March 23, 1965. Photograph was take from across a pond. CAPE K... More

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-II - LIFTOFF - CAPE

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-II - LIFTOFF - CAPE

View of the launching of the successful unmanned GT-II Test Flight. This test precedes the manned GT-III flight in the second quarter of 1965. CAPE KENNEDY, FL B&W NASA Identifier: S65-14150

LIFTOFF - GEMINI-TITAN GT-VII - CAPE

LIFTOFF - GEMINI-TITAN GT-VII - CAPE

GT-VII was successfully launched from Pad 19, 2:30pm EST, 12/04/1965. CAPE KENNEDY, FL NASA Identifier: S65-61628

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: S65-45755

LIFTOFF - GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-4 - CAPE

LIFTOFF - GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-4 - CAPE

The GT-4 Space Flight was launched from Pad 19, 10:16am (EST), 06/03/1965. CAPE KENNEDY, FL NASA Identifier: S65-29636

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: S65-45760

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: S65-45631

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: S65-45664

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: S65-45731

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: S65-45717

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: S65-45643

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 (GT)-V - LIFTOFF - CAPE

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-V - LIFTOFF - CAPE

NASA launched the GT-V Spacecraft from Pad 19, 9:00 a.m. (EST), 08/21/1965, on a planned 8-day orbital mission. CAPE KENNEDY, FL. NASA Identifier: S65-28694

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-TITAN GT-5 - LIFTOFF - CAPE

GEMINI-TITAN GT-5 - LIFTOFF - CAPE

Liftoff of GT-5, 08/21/1965, Pad 19, Time: 9:00 a.m. EST. Astronaut L. Gordon Cooper, Jr., Command Pilot and Astronaut Charles Conrad., Jr., Pilot, for a full-scale 8-day duration mission. CAPE KENNEDY, FL. ... 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: S65-45755

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: S65-45664

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: S65-45713

ASTRONAUT RUSSELL L. SCHWEICKART - TRAINING (GEOLOGICAL FIELD TRIP)

ASTRONAUT RUSSELL L. SCHWEICKART - TRAINING (GEOLOGICAL FIELD TRIP)

Astronaut Russell L. Schweickart is shown during a geological field trip in Iceland. Astronaut Walter Cunningham is also shown during a geological field trip to Central Iceland, North Atlantic Ocean. 07/09... 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: S65-45738

Flag Ceremony- GT-3 Prime Crew (welcoming home)

Flag Ceremony- GT-3 Prime Crew (welcoming home)

Overall views of the flag raising ceremony held in front of Building 2. This flag made the three orbit flight in the Molly Brown on March 23, 1965. MSC, HOUSTON, TX NASA Identifier: S65-19412

LIFTOFF - GEMINI-TITAN GT-VI - SHUTDOWN - CAPE

LIFTOFF - GEMINI-TITAN GT-VI - SHUTDOWN - CAPE

NASA attempted to launch GT-VI at 9:54 a.m. EST, 12/12/1965. CAPE KENNEDY, FL NASA Identifier: S65-59967

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: S65-45650

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: S65-45609

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: S65-45794

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: S65-45769

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

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: S65-45739

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: S65-45763

GEMINI-TITAN GT-V - LIFTOFF DISTANT SHOT  - CAPE

GEMINI-TITAN GT-V - LIFTOFF DISTANT SHOT - CAPE

NASA launched the GT-V Spacecraft, Pad 19, 9:00 a.m. EST, 08/21/1965, on a planned 8-day orbital mission. CAPE KENNEDY, FL. NASA Identifier: S65-50772

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: S65-45720

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