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Project gemini

Discover the incredible achievements and challenges of Project Gemini, the groundbreaking space program that paved the way for future space exploration. Join us on a journey through history and learn about the astronauts, missions, and scientific breakthroughs that defined this iconic era of space travel.
Agena-D: Built by Lockheed, the Agena-D was the upper stage of the Thor-Agena and Atlas-Agena satellite launch systems. It was a versatile space vehicle, with an engine capable of being restarted multiple times in space in order to adjust orbits. Specially configured with a docking collar and radar transponder, the Agena-D was the basis for the GATV (Gemini-Agena Target Vehicle) that was used to validate rendezvous and docking procedures during NASA's Gemini missions. Image courtesy NASA. Florissant Missouri, Project Gemini, Space Flight, Rendezvous, Astronauts, Space Station, Lockheed, Glossary, Space Exploration

Agena-D: Built by Lockheed, the Agena-D was the upper stage of the Thor-Agena and Atlas-Agena satellite launch systems. It was a versatile space vehicle, with an engine capable of being restarted multiple times in space in order to adjust orbits. Specially configured with a docking collar and radar transponder, the Agena-D was the basis for the GATV (Gemini-Agena Target Vehicle) that was used to validate rendezvous and docking procedures during NASA's Gemini missions. Image courtesy NASA.

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Johan de Klerk
Gus Grissom, Nasa Missions, Apollo Missions, Cosmos, Gemini Images, Project Gemini, Nasa Space Program, Space Launch, Nasa History

23 March 1965: At 14:24:00 UTC, Gemini III was launched aboard a Titan II GLV rocket from Launch Complex 19 at the Cape Kennedy Air Force Station, Cape Canaveral, Florida. Major Virgil I. (“Gus”) Grissom, United States Air Force, a Project Mercury veteran, was the Spacecraft Commander, and Lieutenant Commander John W. Young, United States … Continue reading 23 March 1965 →

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Edward Zborowski
Gemini 9A, Eugene (Gene) Cernan, US Astronaut " Spacewalk (EVA) " June 6, 1966… Space Nasa, Space And Astronomy, Space Shuttle, Eugene Cernan, Project Gemini, Nasa Space Program, Gemini Art, Arte Sci Fi, 70s Sci Fi Art

Gemin 9, Spacewalk LIVE on TV (CBS): www.youtube.com/watch?v=CPxDKiH2mk0 Domenica Del Corriere picture (1966). WIKIPEDIA INFO [edit]: EVA, Astronaut Eugene Cernan during EVA On the third day Cernan finally reached the rear of the spacecraft and began to check and prepare the AMU. This took longer than planned due to lack of hand and foot holds. He was unable to gain any leverage which made it hard to turn valves or even to perform any basic movement. All this was made worse when after…

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