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20 Photos From The Early Days Of NASA (1960s)









Astronauts Frank Borman, Neil Armstrong, John Young and Deke Slayton (left to right) are shown during desert survival training in Reno, Nevada, 1964.

Astronauts, Buzz Aldrin (left, in blue), Charles Bassett (top, in blue), and Theodore Freeman (bottom, in orange), along with several technicians, experience weightlessness in a reduced gravity aircraft as part of their NASA mission training in 1964.





U.S. astronaut Neil Armstrong aboard a simulator practices piloting the Lunar Landing Research Vehicle in 1967, two years before the Apollo XI space mission launch to the moon.