Ed White

Edward H. White, II (1930–1967), was a member of NASA's second group of astronauts (nicknamed "the Next Nine" ). He flew to space only once, on Gemini 4, during…
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Gemini 4 astronauts Edward H. White II (left) and James A. McDivitt listen to the voice of President Lyndon B. Johnson as he congratulated them by telephone on the successful mission. They are shown aboard the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Wasp just after their splashdown recovery from the Atlantic Ocean. Presidents, People, Gemini, Nasa Astronauts, Milo, American, Nasa, Otis, Nasa Moon
Gemini 4 astronauts Edward H. White II (left) and James A. McDivitt listen to the voice of President Lyndon B. Johnson as he congratulated them by telephone on the successful mission. They are shown aboard the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Wasp just after their splashdown recovery from the Atlantic Ocean.
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Astronaut Ed White on Gemini 4
June 1965 - Gemini 4 crew, Jim McDivitt and Ed White Crew, American Heroes, Apollo 1, Nasa History
June 1965 - Gemini 4 crew, Jim McDivitt and Ed White
Astronauts Jim McDivitt and Ed White Models, Astronauts In Space, Spaceman, Apollo Space Program, Space Program, Space Race, Space Nasa, Spacecraft
Astronauts Jim McDivitt and Ed White
This day in Space History - June 3 1965 the first spacewalk by NASA  NASA Astronaut Ed White made history on June 3, 1965, when he floated out of the hatch of his Gemini 4 capsule into the void of space. The first American "spacewalk" -- or Extravehicular Activity (EVA) -- lasted 23 minutes, not nearly long enough for White. He later said the spacewalk was the most comfortable part of the mission, and said the order to end it was the "saddest moment" of his life. Space Travel, Space Flight, Nasa Missions, Nasa Archives
This day in Space History - June 3 1965 the first spacewalk by NASA NASA Astronaut Ed White made history on June 3, 1965, when he floated out of the hatch of his Gemini 4 capsule into the void of space. The first American "spacewalk" -- or Extravehicular Activity (EVA) -- lasted 23 minutes, not nearly long enough for White. He later said the spacewalk was the most comfortable part of the mission, and said the order to end it was the "saddest moment" of his life.
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Life - Astronaut Ed White during spacewalk
Astronaut Ed White Apollo 13
Astronaut Ed White
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Astronaut Ed White
Astronaut Ed White, 1965 The Final Frontier
Astronaut Ed White, 1965
Astronaut Ed White floats in space 1965 Techno, Urban, Space Exploration
Astronaut Ed White floats in space 1965
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Astronaut Ed White
Astronaut Ed White
Astronaut Ed White
First "space walk" U.S., performed by astronaut Ed White's Gemini IV mission - June 3, 1965. Earth Science, Nasa Space Missions
To become an astronaut, all you need to do is pass the Kármán line
First "space walk" U.S., performed by astronaut Ed White's Gemini IV mission - June 3, 1965.
Astronaut Ed White floats in zero gravity of space off the coast of California during the Gemini IV mission. Omega Speedmaster, The Martian
Fallen Heroes of Space Exploration: A Memorial (Gallery)
Astronaut Ed White floats in zero gravity of space off the coast of California during the Gemini IV mission.