[GEMINI 5] VINTAGE SILVER GELATIN PRINT OF CHARLES "PETE" CONRAD AND GORDON COOPER, CA AUGUST 1965.
[GEMINI 5] VINTAGE SILVER GELATIN PRINT OF CHARLES "PETE" CONRAD AND GORDON COOPER, CA AUGUST 1965.
[GEMINI 5] VINTAGE SILVER GELATIN PRINT OF CHARLES "PETE" CONRAD AND GORDON COOPER, CA AUGUST 1965.
[GEMINI 5] VINTAGE SILVER GELATIN PRINT OF CHARLES "PETE" CONRAD AND GORDON COOPER, CA AUGUST 1965.
[GEMINI 5] VINTAGE SILVER GELATIN PRINT OF CHARLES "PETE" CONRAD AND GORDON COOPER, CA AUGUST 1965.
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From the Estate of NASA Senior Photographer Bill Taub

[GEMINI 5] VINTAGE SILVER GELATIN PRINT OF CHARLES "PETE" CONRAD AND GORDON COOPER, CA AUGUST 1965.

Estimate: 2,000 - 3,000 USD

From the Estate of NASA Senior Photographer Bill Taub

[GEMINI 5] VINTAGE SILVER GELATIN PRINT OF CHARLES "PETE" CONRAD AND GORDON COOPER, CA AUGUST 1965.

Estimate: 2,000 - 3,000 USD

Lot Details

Description

From the Estate of NASA Senior Photographer Bill Taub

[GEMINI 5] 

CHARLES "PETE" CONRAD AND GORDON COOPER DURING PRE-FLIGHT PREPARATIONS. CA AUGUST 1965.


Vintage silver gelatin print, image taken by Bill Taub, 13 3/4 by 10 3/4 inches, mounted on matboard; some toning to mat, minor chips to margins.


Gemini 5, crewed by Conrad Cooper, was 7 days, 22 hours, 55 minutes, and 14 seconds in length, and marked the first time an American-manned space mission held the world record for duration. This was set on 26 August 1965, by breaking the Soviet Union's previous record set by Vostok 5 in 1963.

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