Schirra was the only one of the original seven to fly in all three pioneering space programs — Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo. Through the course of his career, he logged an impressive 295 hours and 15 minutes in space, including on Mercury-Atlas 8 (Oct. 1962) in which he became the fifth American in space and the third to orbit Earth; Gemini 6A (Dec. 1965), on which he achieved the first space rendezvous; and Apollo 7 (Oct. 1968), of which he was the commander and which was the first Apollo mission to carry a crew into space.
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