Gemini IV: Spacewalk I (S65-34635)
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The conversation around space travel in the 1960s tends to center around the first moon landing in 1969. But another incredible event took place four years earlier: the first spacewalk (which celebrates its 50th anniversary in March 2015). The first American to complete a spacewalk was Ed White, pictured here in Gemini IV: Spacewalk I (S65-34635). He described the moment of returning to the spacecraft as the "saddest moment of my life." Of the many images taken of White on this mission, we loved this one best: the Gemini IV spacecraft and the curvature of the earth reflected in his golden helmet, his right hand flung out as if to say, "Welcome to the universe."
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We're unabashedly into outer space: romantic notions of the great unknown, iconic and uplifting moments in history, how it shapes our vision of the future. These editions are the intersection of art and science, and it's a sight for sore eyes. Blast off into our curated collection of images from the NASA archive.
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