The Gemini Missions where anything but boring, mundane or routine! In fact this UFO sighting has been described by so many people as “the best UFO image taken in space”.
It’s never, ever gonna get any better than this UFO photo right here in this spectacular image, just below this writing.
Astronauts James McDivitt and Ed White circled the Earth 66 times and leaving a mark in history as the first multi-day space flight by the United States. During the mission, the astronauts photographed a mysterious, cylindrical-shaped object which is hailed by many authors as one of the best UFO image.
It’s (above link) the actual full and raw Gemini 4 UFO image. Check it out before it’s removed because that is the best UFO you and me will probably ever see!
In June 1965, Major James McDivitt saw, filmed, and photographed an object, which approached the Gemini IV (3rd June — 7th June 1965) capsule in which they were orbiting the Earth, passing over Hawaii. He stated: “It had a very definite shape – a cylindrical object – it was white – it had a long arm that stuck out on the side.”
Unless you have an actual UFO experience – where you have a meet and greet, have tea cakes and swap business cards. Unless that happens then this UFO is astronaut verified, it’s NASA stamped and even though NASA has lost most credibility when it comes to UFOs and Aliens. It took the US Government to tell the world that UFOs exist instead of the institution (NASA) that was set up to handle that type of stuff.
The image is fascinating, almost always overlooked and hardly ever mentioned in TV shows or at meetings, podcasts and specific documentaries. I think it’s all by design because nowadays there’s that many incidents to choose from that putting this to the side must mean that there’s a better one to talk about? Which is very hard to believe…
James McDivitt, in full James Alton McDivitt, (born June 10, 1929, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.—died October 14, 2022), U.S. astronaut and business executive who was the command pilot of Gemini 4 (launched June 3, 1965), which included the first space walk by an American (Ed White).
McDivitt joined the U.S. Air Force in 1951 and flew 145 combat missions during the Korean War. In 1959 he graduated first in his engineering class at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He was an experimental test pilot at Edwards Air Force Base, California, when he was chosen as an astronaut in 1962.