"Gemini (first unmanned launch) - Apr. 7, 1964. The unmanned Gemini launch Wednesday was the 141st consecutive successful guidance assignment for Burroughs Corporation's ground-based guidance computer at Cape Kennedy. George Liner (center), Gemini test conductor, adds a symbolic missile to the scoreboard with the approval of Richard Houle (left), site engineer, and Robert Wartmen, computer crew chief. The 141 guidance operations began in mid-1958 with the first ATLAS ICBM and reached a clima
x with orbiting all four Project Mercury Astronauts."
Richard Houle, George Liner and Robert Wartmen stand behind the console of Burroughs Corporation's ground-based guidance computer. The sign-board in the center of the image says "Launch Missions--MOD III A-1 Guidance Computing System, Burroughs Corp."
taken Mar. 10, 1964 at Cape Kennedy by RCA Photographic.
8 x 10 inches
Photographic positive print
Type of Resource
Houle, Richard Wartmen, Robert Cape Canaveral (Fla.) Liner, George Burroughs Corporation ATLAS (computer) United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration