Astronaut Edwin Aldrin During Underwater Zero-Gravity Training
April 15, 2003
Astronaut Edwin Aldrin, pilot for the Gemini 12 space flight, assumes a rest position during underwater zero-gravity training. The underwater environment creates similar conditions to those found in space. He is secured to the adapter section of the spacecraft by special foot plates.
Topics: Gemini 12, Gemini program, Buzz Aldrin, Edwin Aldrin, Zero Gravity Corporation, Weightlessness, Aldrin, Test pilots, Apollo program, Human spaceflight