Gemini 4 | NASAs First Ever Space Walk - Narrated By Ed White (June 3, 1965)





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Published on Aug 16, 2008

Narrated by Ed White the first American to leave the safety of his space craft & perform NASAs first EVA.

Gemini 4 launched on June 3, 1965 aboard were Mission Commander Jim McDivitt & Co-Pilot Ed White, he mission would be the first multi-day mission in space & NASA's first ever EVA all important proccedures If NASA are to land a man on the moon.

Jim McDivitt later flew on an earth orbital mission testing the new Apollo Lunar Module.

The Brave Ed White's next mission was sadly the Ill-fated Apollo 1 which ended in tragedy over a fire on th launch Pad. But White had already made his name In history to become the first American to float into the endless void of Space. To be Never Forgotten.

R.I.P Edward Higgins White, II
Lieutenant Colonel, USAF
NASA Astronaut


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