Gemini 6 and Gemini 7 Rendezvous NASA Photo Print for Sale

spacewatching: This photograph of the Gemini 7 spacecraft was taken from Gemini 6 during rendezvous and station keeping maneuvers at an altitude of approximately 160 miles above the Earth. Gemini 6 and Gemini 7 launched on December 1965 and December

GEMINI 7 SPACECRAFT AS SEEN FROM GEMINI 6 - 8X10 NASA PHOTO (EP-799)

Gemini 7 as seen by Gemini 6 during the first space rendezvous - December 1965 (xpost -r-space)

To The #Moon - Time Life Records //  Gemini 6 splashes down 26 hours after launch. Once again a stripped back, gorgeous array of vivid colours, the fact that it’s slightly out of focus just adds to the painterly feel.

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Orbital Rendezvous. One of the crucial skills NASA needed to perfect before heading to the moon was docking with another spacecraft. Here, the Gemini 10 capsule, with John Young and Michael Collins, nears the unmanned Agena spacecraft about 100 feet away.

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One of the crucial skills NASA needed to perfect before heading to the moon was docking with another spacecraft. Here, the Gemini 10 capsule, with John Young and Michael Collins, nears the unmanned Agena spacecraft about 100 feet away.

Gemini 7 (officially Gemini VII), launched December3, 1965, was the 4th manned flight in NASA’s Gemini program,   the 12th manned American flight and the 20th spaceflight of all time. The crew of   Frank F. Borman, II and James A. Lovell, Jr (above) spent nearly 13 2/3 days in   space for a total of 206 orbits, and were joined on orbit by the Gemini-6A flight   which performed the first rendezvous maneuver of manned spacecraft.

Gemini 7 (officially Gemini VII), launched was the manned…

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NASA Gemini mission. Duration1961-1966 Goals: Long-duration spaceflight; rendezvous and docking; extra-vehicular activity; targeted re-entry and Earth landing Achieved: Eight-day flight necessary for Apollo; 14-day endurance flight; first American spacewalk; first rendezvous; first docking; demonstrated ability to work in EVA without tiring

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humanoidhistory: “December 1965 — The Gemini 7 spacecraft seen from the hatch window of the Gemini 6 spacecraft during rendezvous maneuvers about 160 miles above the Earth.

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The Apollo Lunar Module known as the Eagle descends onto the surface of the moon during the Apollo 11 mission, 20th July 1969. This is a composite image comprised of two separate shots. (Photo by Space Frontiers/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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