Gregory Galloway

29 August 1965 - Charles “Pete” Conrad being lifted from the lifeboat after the first “long-duration” flight on Gemini 5. Gordo Cooper is waiting his turn in the lifeboat bobbing in the Pacific Ocean 191 hours after liftoff. They spent 8 days in space, an important achievement at the time, since that’s how long it would take to get to the Moon and back.

29 August 1965 - Charles “Pete” Conrad being lifted from the lifeboat after the first “long-duration” flight on Gemini 5. Gordo Cooper is waiting his turn in the lifeboat bobbing in the Pacific Ocean 191 hours after liftoff. They spent 8 days in space, an important achievement at the time, since that’s how long it would take to get to the Moon and back.

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