Group 9 The History Of Space Travel

From the early days of Mercury to the lunar adventures of Apollo, from the innovation of the space shuttle to the technological advancements of the International Space Station, NASA has enjoyed several successful human space flight programs for more than four decades. As the nation's only launch site for humans, Kennedy has played a crucial role from the beginning.

Image to bottom: During the Gemini 4 mission, astronaut Edward White performed the United States' first extravehicular activity, or spacewalk. Credit: NASA

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