Apollo 9 - March 7, 1969 - NASA ID: ​­AS09-​­24-​­3665
A ​­studio-​­like portrait recovered from ​­underexposed film reveals McDivitt undertaking the world’s first docking of two crewed spacecraft (with internal transfer). As McDivitt looked up, he had to translate the LM’s controls by 90 degrees in his ​­head – Schweickart told me this was “an almost impossible task.” The reflection of the docking window, Earth and COAS (guidance) sight can be seen in his “bubble” helmet.

Andrew Saunders

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Apollo 9 - March 7, 1969 - NASA ID: ​­AS09-​­24-​­3665

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A ​­studio-​­like portrait recovered from ​­underexposed film reveals McDivitt undertaking the world’s first docking of two crewed spacecraft (with internal transfer). As McDivitt looked up, he had to translate the LM’s controls by 90 degrees in his ​­head – Schweickart told me this was “an almost impossible task.” The reflection of the docking window, Earth and COAS (guidance) sight can be seen in his “bubble” helmet.

Photographer:
Andrew Saunders

Print Only: $1,450.00

Framed Print: $1,624.35

Print Size: 792x792 mm

Frame Size: 870x870 mm

Exhibit: POS AS 278 08

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