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Vintage NASA “Red Number” Gemini 4 Spacewalk Photographs
ALL HAVE THE “A KODAK PAPER” WATERMARK ON VERSO, PRINTED JUST AFTER THE 1965 FLIGHT
Estimate
1,2001,800
LOT SOLD. 1,500 USD
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97
Vintage NASA “Red Number” Gemini 4 Spacewalk Photographs
ALL HAVE THE “A KODAK PAPER” WATERMARK ON VERSO, PRINTED JUST AFTER THE 1965 FLIGHT
Estimate
1,2001,800
LOT SOLD. 1,500 USD
JUMP TO LOT

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Vintage NASA “Red Number” Gemini 4 Spacewalk Photographs
ALL HAVE THE “A KODAK PAPER” WATERMARK ON VERSO, PRINTED JUST AFTER THE 1965 FLIGHT
All are 8 by 10 inches illustrating a full frame Hasselblad photograph 7½ inches square in size. These are a direct sequence of Extravehicular Activity (EVA) or spacewalk photographs taken by astronaut James McDivitt of Ed White as he performed the United States first spacewalk during the Gemini 4 mission on June 3, 1965. All have red NASA identification numbers being S-65-30427, 30428, 30439, and 30430 at the upper left corner.

Ed White was outside the Gemini 4 spacecraft slightly over 20 minutes and used a hand-held jet maneuvering gun to assist movement. This gun can be seen in three of the photographs as well as the long gold tether to keep White attached to the spacecraft. The earth is in the background of all these photographs.


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