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File:Neil Armstrong in Gemini G-2C training suit.jpg


Description Neil Armstrong in an Gemini G-2C training suit. Note: This is not a "pre"-gemini spacesuit
Date 1964-03-02, according to NASA images at the Internet Archive
Author Scan by Ed Hengeveld
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