Gemini IV - June 3, 1965 - NASA ID: ​­S65-​­30427
Walking on the Moon would ultimately require humans to operate outside the protective environment of their spacecraft. Eleven weeks after Alexi Leonov performed the world’s first spacewalk, the U.S. followed suit as Ed White floated out of the hatch into the void for a ​­23-​­minute EVA. This is the first portrait taken by another human in space, and the first photograph of a U.S. flag in space. Note the spacecraft reflected in White’s visor.

Andrew Saunders

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Print Size: 792x792 mm
Frame Size: 870x870 mm
Paper Type: Fotospeed High White Smooth 315 gsm
Frame Colour: Black
Exhibit: POS AS 278 01

 

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Gemini IV - June 3, 1965 - NASA ID: ​­S65-​­30427

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Walking on the Moon would ultimately require humans to operate outside the protective environment of their spacecraft. Eleven weeks after Alexi Leonov performed the world’s first spacewalk, the U.S. followed suit as Ed White floated out of the hatch into the void for a ​­23-​­minute EVA. This is the first portrait taken by another human in space, and the first photograph of a U.S. flag in space. Note the spacecraft reflected in White’s visor.

Photographer:
Andrew Saunders

Print Only: $1,250.00

Framed Print: $1,424.35

Print Size: 792x792 mm

Frame Size: 870x870 mm

Exhibit: POS AS 278 01

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