Gemini V - August 21–29, 1965 - NASA ID: ​­S65-​­45721
This was the first ​­week-​­long stay in space, crewed by Mercury astronaut Gordon Cooper and Pete Conrad, who would later walk on the Moon as Commander of Apollo 12. The spectacular images from Gemini IV convinced NASA of the importance of space photography, especially from a public affairs perspective. The ​­longer-​­duration missions also afforded more time to undertake photography of Earth, such as this image of the Kavir Salt Flats, Iran.

Andrew Saunders

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Frame Size: 870x870 mm
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Exhibit: POS AS 278 02

 

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Gemini V - August 21–29, 1965 - NASA ID: ​­S65-​­45721

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This was the first ​­week-​­long stay in space, crewed by Mercury astronaut Gordon Cooper and Pete Conrad, who would later walk on the Moon as Commander of Apollo 12. The spectacular images from Gemini IV convinced NASA of the importance of space photography, especially from a public affairs perspective. The ​­longer-​­duration missions also afforded more time to undertake photography of Earth, such as this image of the Kavir Salt Flats, Iran.

Photographer:
Andrew Saunders

Print Only: $925.00

Framed Print: $1,099.35

Print Size: 792x792 mm

Frame Size: 870x870 mm

Exhibit: POS AS 278 02

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