On June 3, 1965, NASA astronaut Edward White became the first American to walk in space when he spent about 23 minutes outside the Gemini 4 spacecraft, maneuvering around with a hand-held oxygen-jet gun. That mission also was the first time the agency’s famed Mission Control Center at the Johnson Space Center was used. NASA’s celebration of the first U.S. spacewalk, also known as an extravehicular activity or EVA – included a documentary narrated by actor Jon Cryer and featuring NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden, Deputy Administrator Dava Newman and others. The film, titled Suit Up, focused on the five decade history of spacewalks and the future of humans working on a tether in space. Also, U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame induction, Pluto’s moons tumbling about, 2015 Atlantic hurricane season begins, Agency Honor Awards and A ringing endorsement for space!
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