20 seconds to drop.
Arm switch light, check.
Brakes out, check.
What's your mixing chambers?
Real rough up here,
fluctuating a half degree on each side.
I see that.
Good on track, 15...
...A visual estimate of your location?
Okay. 140,000 feet.
On your way down.
Approaching 115,000 feet.
Should be regaining aerodynamic controls.
We show you ballooning, not turning.
A lot more right.
Neil, you're bouncing off the atmosphere.
The altitude's still rising, Neil.
You're gonna have to stretch out your glide.
You seem to be a tad short.
Stow your flaps down, Neil.
All right, let's get him out.
I'll step up in there.
Kid's a good engineer.
But he's distracted.
他回来了 查克 他弹离了大气层
He got home, Chuck. He bounced off the atmosphere
and still figured out how to get home.
Third mishap this month.
Bikle should ground him before he hurts himself.
There you go.
It's okay, sweetheart.
没事了 来 抱抱
It's okay. Come here, come here.
Look. Who's that?
Is that a kite?
Does that fly in the sky?
I see the Moon
The Moon sees me
Down through the leaves
Of the old oak tree
Please let the light
That shines on me
Shine on the one I love.
Maybe I should talk to Dr. Johns about it.
Dr. Harold Johns.
He developed a procedure in Saskatchewan.
So you'd go to Canada?
I guess I would take some time off.
Why don't you talk to the hospital?
- See if the tumor might be... - I spoke to them already.
I'm sorry, Neil.
I wish I had more to offer.
That's okay, Jack.
Uh, appreciate it.
- Of course. - Give my love to June.
- You got it. - Okay.
- Bye, now. - Bye.
Now, who made that? You or Grace?
I'll take it, then.
- Thank you. - Thank you.
Dick Day called from Houston.
He was asking after you.
That about Gemini?
They're looking for pilots with a solid background in engineering.
Well, maybe once Karen starts feeling better.
Just, you know, I wouldn't want to move her until then.
Well, it would be nice to keep you around.
- Enjoy the casserole. - Thank you.
You, uh, hanging in?
Oh, you know.
It's nice of you to come by.
- Thank you so much. - Absolutely.
Dad, want to come play?
I should, um...
I have to help your mother.
I thought I might go to work.
They're gonna use VTOL technology.
They won't even have figured out
how to get there yet. I'm not gonna waste my time on...
You can take a few days off, you know.
I'm just getting up to speed on the new delta wing in the UK.
Bikle canceled the trip.
He wants you focused on writing up
the pilot report from your last flight.
Am I grounded, Joe?
Write up the report on the bounce, okay?
Thank you, sir.
- Yeah. - Yeah. Me, too.
Tough morning, huh?
I barely lasted two minutes in that ice bath.
Course, I suppose NASA's more interested
in the psychological reaction.
I think I made it pretty clear that I thought it was cold.
- Good luck. - You, too.
Neil, we've been chatting with candidates about the program.
As you know, our decision to forgo direct ascent
in favor of a lunar orbit rendezvous approach
to the eventual Moon mission has had a major impact on Gemini.
Do you have any thoughts on that decision?
Well, even considering von Braun's initial criticism,
it seems that the payload saved