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John Young on the moon, leaping into the air whilst saluting the Stars and Stripes.

“ John Young jumps off the ground and salutes for this superb tourist picture. He is off the ground about seconds which, in the lunar gravity field, means that he launched himself at a velocity.

This Space Available: November 2012.  young John Young.

This Space Available: November young John Young.

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Astronauts Virgil Grissom and John Young

Astronauts Virgil Grissom and John Young

a young John Young.  photo credit State Archives of Florida, Florida memory.

a young John Young. photo credit State Archives of Florida, Florida memory.

Astronaut John Young gemini 3 - John Young (astronaut) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Remembering Project Gemini - The Atlantic Astronaut John W. Young, the pilot of the Gemini-Titan 3 prime crew, is shown suited up for prelaunch test exercises, on March 1965

Astronaut John Young tests a spacesuit’s range of motion, using rulers attached to the inside of a space capsule frame. Dallas, Texas, 1964. Photo by Ralph Morse.

Astronaut John Young tests a spacesuit’s range of motion, using rulers attached to the inside of a space capsule frame. Dallas, Texas, Photo by Ralph Morse.

The only thing John Young did not fly into space was the old Mercury capsule. One of the true unsung astronauts of the space program. He was the commander of the first Space Shuttle mission and walked on the moon on Apollo 16. My Blogs: Beautiful WarbirdsFull AfterburnerThe Test PilotsP-38 LightningNasa HistoryScience Fiction WorldFantasy Literature & Art

The only thing John Young did not fly into space was the old Mercury capsule. One of the true unsung astronauts of the space program. He was the commander of the first Space Shuttle mission and walked on the moon on Apollo 16

Astronaut Fashions, lightthiscandle: John Young, Jim Lovell, Pete...

John Young, Jim Lovell, Pete Conrad, and Neil Armstrong. And John’s white suit.

NASA has just posted thousands of photos taken by Apollo astronauts during their visits to the moon

Thousands of high-res Apollo mission photos just went online

Hummm with no atmosphere or weather on the moon why does the flag look like that though?

John Young enjoyed the longest career of any astronaut, becoming the first person to make six space flights over the course of 42 years of active NASA service,[1] and is the only person to have piloted, and been commander of, four different classes of spacecraft: Gemini, the Apollo Command/Service Module, the Apollo Lunar Module, and the Space Shuttle.

John Young enjoyed the longest career of any astronaut, becoming the first person to make six space flights over the course of 42 years of active NASA service,[1] and is the only person to have piloted, and been commander of, four different classes of spacecraft: Gemini, the Apollo Command/Service Module, the Apollo Lunar Module, and the Space Shuttle.

Just about two hours into Gemini 3, NASA's first two-man spaceflight 50 years ago, John Young reached into his spacesuit's pocket and pulled out a surprise. "Where did that come from?" replied Gus Grissom, Gemini 3 commander.

Just about two hours into the flight of Gemini NASA's first two-man space mission 50 years ago, pilot John Young reached into his spacesuit's pocket and pulled out a surprise: a corned beef sandwich.

Astronaut John W. Young on a moonwalk during the Apollo 16 mission (Credit: NASA/SPL)

Where did the Moon come from?

Astronaut John W. Young on a moonwalk during the Apollo 16 mission (Credit: NASA/SPL)

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Astronauts Virgil “Gus” Grissom and John Young, prime crew for the first manned mission in the Gemini Program.

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