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NASA Golden Age of Space Travel

NASA Golden Age of Space Travel

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Extended footage of Russian EVA repair mission outside the ISS on December 17th, 2013.

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Astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first man on the Moon in his Gemini 8 Space Capsule.

Astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first man on the Moon in his Gemini 8 Space Capsule.

Apollo 11 astronauts Buzz Aldrin, Mike Collins, and Neil Armstrong, 1969.

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Apollo 11 astronauts Buzz Aldrin, Mike Collins, and Neil Armstrong, 1969. (ebay)

Rockwell Space Shuttle - NASA | Aviation Photo #1790363 | Airliners.net

Aviation Photo #1790363: Rockwell Space Shuttle - NASA

The dark side of the space shuttle orbiter "Discovery". The reticulated look is because of the effects of high speed (mach 26) space flight and the replacement of damaged thermal tiles with new ones over the course of her 38 previous flights since 1984. Here she is being hung vertically for the photo record of all the surfaces. Any damage after launch can be then identified by photo comparison with post launch shots taken by the ISS astronauts on approach to it;thus help prevent a "Columbia"…

Apollo 17's Jack Schmitt jumping on board

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“And for good measure on the lunar rover's 42nd anniversary, here's Apollo 17's Jack Schmitt jumping on board.”

October 25, 1965 – Astronaut Frank Borman looks over the Gemini 7 spacecraft during weight and balance tests conducted in the Pyrotechnic Installation Building, Merritt Island, Kennedy Space Center, Florida. (NASA)

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October 25, 1965 – Astronaut Frank Borman looks over the Gemini 7 spacecraft during weight and balance tests conducted in the Pyrotechnic Installation Building, Merritt Island, Kennedy Space Center,...

Assembling Orion 3 | NASA image of the assembly of the first… | Flickr

Assembling Orion 3

NASA image of the assembly of the first flight-intended Orion capsule (scheduled to be launched in early December of 2014). Original caption: The last major assembly operation to prepare Orion for its first flight in December is complete. The ogive panels, which protect the crew module from sound and vibration during ascent, are now installed around the spacecraft just below the Launch Abort System tower. Orion will roll out to the launch pad early in November to be mated with the Delta IV…

58 years ago today, on April 9, 1959, NASA announced the first seven astronauts that would become known as the “Mercury Seven” for Project Mercury. Pictured here from right to left are the astronauts:...

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58 years ago today, on April 9, 1959, NASA announced the first seven astronauts that would become known as the “Mercury Seven” for Project Mercury. Pictured here from right to left are the astronauts:...

Alan Shephard  First American In Space  1961

Alan Shephard First American In Space 1961