Paving the way for Apollo's missions to the moon, the Gemini program provided much-needed experience for astronauts in space.
Gemini 6A closes to within 35 feet of its sister capsule, Gemini 7, on December 15, 1965. (NASA/JSC/ASU)
June 3, 1965 – A vintage NASA press photo shows Gemini 4 astronaut Ed White becoming the first American to walk in space. (Stellar Views)
Ed White (1930-1967), the first American to walk in space, photographed by Jim McDivitt during the Gemini IV mission [NASA/JSC/Arizona State University].
Buzz Aldrin, second seat on the last mission of the program, Gemini XII during his record 5 and one-half hour EVA [NASA/JSC/Arizona State University].
Channeling Whittlin Jim: Slide of the Month May - Project Gemini
A screen printed poster of the Gemini Project Spacewalk [3000x2000] http://ift.tt/2mB06kQ
Astronauts Virgil I. Grissom (center) and John W. Young (left), prime crew for the Gemini-Titan 3 mission, are shown inspecting the inside of Gemini spacecraft at the Mission Control Center at Cape Kennedy, Florida, on November 9, 1964. (NASA)
Gemini 6 splashes down 26 hours after launch.
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