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  • Mary Renzi Cowitz

    Space History Photo: Armstrong and Scott with Hatches Open

  • William McConkey

    Neil Armstrong and David Scott sit with their spacecraft hatches open while awaiting the arrival of the recovery ship, USS Leonard F. Mason after the successful completion of their Gemini 8 mission, on March 16, 1966. They are assisted by USAF Pararescuemen Eldrige M. Neal, Larry D. Huyett, and Glenn M. Moore. The overhead view shows the Gemini 8 spacecraft with the yellow flotation collar attached to stabilize the spacecraft in choppy seas. The green marker dye is highly visible from the air

  • Aric Schaden

    Armstrong and Scott with Hatches Open by NASA on The Commons, via #customized cars #ferrari vs lamborghini #sport cars| http://luxurysportscarskorbin.blogspot.com

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