distancetomars: “On June 3, 1965 Edward H. White II became the first American to step outside his spacecraft and let go, effectively setting himself adrift in the zero gravity of space. For 23 minutes...
NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy, Expedition 36 flight engineer, attired in an Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU) spacesuit, participates in a session of extravehicular activity (EVA). (16 July 2013)
GMB & Co ~ . ~ .. όχι is not a simple negative. It is a defiant NO!! Όχι day is celebrated as the day the Greeks defiantly said NO! to the Italian dictator Mussolini. 'Greece can fall. back into the drachma. It could be difficult for the first 2 years. After all our ancestors lived on similar austerities, inflicted by the same Germans during the WWII. The then government was forced to borrow bank notes to help pay for the German war. Did the Germans pay anything? No!' SP
I'm goin up there. But just NASA in general, rules my world.
Carina nebula mountaintop. A wall of space images could be amazing.
The First American Spacewalk June 3, 1965 - NASA astronaut Edward H. White, II, doubled Leonov’s time when he made the U.S.’s first spacewalk less than three months later. White floated outside his Gemini 4 capsule for 21 minutes, using a “zip gun” that ejected pressurized oxygen to maneuver himself around in space. White enjoyed using the gun, but subsequent spacewalkers reported that it was difficult to operate, so it was rarely used after the Gemini program. 50 Years of Walking in Space…
Red Bull Astronauts ...eat @ a Taste of Miami Conch via the space station take out. #SPACEX atasteofmiamiconch.com/blog: