NASA Gemini Project
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Today's Document: The Project Gemini Space Rendezvous The first... ""Photograph of the Gemini VII spacecraft - side view turning adapter section toward camera - was taken from the Gemini VI spacecraft during rendezvous and station keeping maneuvers at an altitude of 161 nautical miles during orbit no. 6,on December 15,1965. G.E.T. time was 9:09/GMT time was 22.46. The two spacecrafts are approximately 40 feet apart." From the file: Gemini VI, 12/15/1965 - 12/16/1965"
Gemini Image Gallery
Sept. 24 marks the 82nd birthday of John W. Young, the only astronaut to fly aboard the Gemini, Apollo and space shuttle spacecraft. In this 1965 photo, Young is going through last-minute checks before the Gemini 3 mission's March 23 launch. Young was the pilot on this flight, which was commanded by original astronaut Gus Grissom.
Space History Photo: Viking Pre-Launch Test Flight
The Titan booster is a two-stage liquid-fueled rocket, with two additional large, solid-propellant rockets attached. It is a member of the Titan family that was used in NASA's Gemini program. The Centaur is a liquid oxygen- liquid hydrogen, high- energy upper stage used on Surveyor flights to the Moon and on Mariner flights to Mars. (Great Images in NASA)
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Gemini Program Mission Report: Gemini 12 - November 1966, Astronauts Lovell and Aldrin, Complete Details of the Spacecraft, Mission Operations, Experiments, EVA, Spacewalk, Agena Target Docking by National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). $10.10. Publisher: Progressive Management (June 1, 2012)