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Lee testing the ‘Simplified Aid for EVA Rescue (SAFER) system’, 130 nautical miles above earth.

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thedemon-hauntedworld: “ The International Space Station from Above, Credit: Crew, NASA ” With wings like a majestic dragonfly’s…

Stunning photos celebrating more than 260 spacewalks since 1965.

The Best Photos From 50 Years of NASA Spacewalks

In high above the Earth's surface, an astronaut captured a satellite. It was the second satellite captured that mission. Pictured above, astronaut Dale A. Gardner flies free using the Manned Maneuvering Unit.

Edward White, the first American to walk in space, photographed by commander James McDivitt during NASA's Gemini 4 mission, June 1965

America’s First Space Walk: Edward White Makes History, June 1965

Nasa History & Science

A celebration of the history of the manned space program, space exploration, and science. ***Disclaimer***This page is not associated with NASA. I'm just a fan of the space program.

If the Earth were the size of a basketball, than no human has been higher than a half inch above the surface for 40 years.

Saturn V on the Launchpad. This rocket took us to the Moon. Now we can't even get to the International Space Station by ourselves. Where is all the money going? What are all the brains doing? What planet are the politicians living on?

Un petit tour dans l'Espace ?

October 2002 – Astronaut David Wolf is anchored to the as he works outside the International Space Station.

Insurrection

NOVA science NOW: Franklin Chang-Diaz. "There's a human being in outer space.

Neil Armstrong, photo taken by Buzz Aldrin.  Apollo 11, 1969.  http://www.wired.com/science/space/news/2008/07/nasa_mainbar?currentPage=all

NASA: 50 Years of Towering Achievement

The second man to walk on the moon, U. astronaut Buzz Aldrin, is being photographed by the first man on the surface, Neil Armstrong, during their Apollo 11 moon walk on July Image: US astronaut Buzz Aldrin (© Universal History Archive/Getty Images)

NASA Gemini Mission Photos - Album on Imgur

NASA Gemini Mission Photos

Astronaut David R. Scott stands in open hatch of Apollo 9 Command module (March 6th 1969).

Apollo 9 Command/Service Modules (CSM) nicknamed “Gumdrop” and Lunar Module (LM), nicknamed “Spider” are shown docked together as Command Module pilot David R. Scott stands in the open hatch. Astronaut Russell L. Schweickart, Lunar Module pilot, t.

Apollo 11 - flight dynamics diagram

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it came FROM SPACE/GcF

it came FROM SPACE/GcF

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