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Shortly after reaching orbit on June 3, 1966, Gemini IXA command pilot Tom Stafford is seen at the controls during the mission to rendezvous with an Augmented Target Docking Adapter. Image Credits: NASA/Eugene Cernan.

Shortly after reaching orbit on June 3, 1966, Gemini IXA command pilot Tom Stafford is seen at the controls during the mission to rendezvous with an Augmented Target Docking Adapter. Image Credits: NASA/Eugene Cernan.

12. The Gemini-Titan 4 (GT-4) spaceflight launches from Cape Kennedy's Pad 19 at 10:16 a.m. (EST) on June 3, 1965. The GT-4 spacecraft carried astronauts James A. McDivitt, command pilot, and Edward H. White II, pilot, on a four-day, 62-revolution mission.  NASA

12. The Gemini-Titan 4 (GT-4) spaceflight launches from Cape Kennedy's Pad 19 at 10:16 a.m. (EST) on June 3, 1965. The GT-4 spacecraft carried astronauts James A. McDivitt, command pilot, and Edward H. White II, pilot, on a four-day, 62-revolution mission. NASA

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 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 9A splashdown, Gene Cernan and Thomas Stafford, June 6, 1966 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Gemini 9A splashdown, Gene Cernan and Thomas Stafford, June 6, 1966 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

|| The Gemini 7 capsule is seen floating in space in a picture taken by astronauts aboard the Gemini 6 spacecraft in December 1965.    During Gemini 7, astronauts Frank Borman and James Lovell spent what was then a record 13 days in space. Near the end of the mission, Borman and Lovell were joined in orbit by Gemini 6, and the sister modules made the first rendezvous between two crewed spacecraft.

|| The Gemini 7 capsule is seen floating in space in a picture taken by astronauts aboard the Gemini 6 spacecraft in December 1965. During Gemini 7, astronauts Frank Borman and James Lovell spent what was then a record 13 days in space. Near the end of the mission, Borman and Lovell were joined in orbit by Gemini 6, and the sister modules made the first rendezvous between two crewed spacecraft.

Gemini 4 astronaut Ed White walks in space, June 3, 1965. (NASA)

Gemini 4 astronaut Ed White walks in space, June 3, 1965. (NASA)

https://flic.kr/p/8wyRYe | Gemini 8 Launched by Titan Booster | <b>Full Description:</b> A Titan booster launched the Gemini 8 spacecraft on March 16, 1966 from launch complex 19 Cape Kennedy, Florida. The flight crew for the 3 day mission, astronauts Neil A. Armstrong and David R. Scott, achieved the first rendezvous and docking to Atlas/Agena in Earth orbit.  <b>UID:</b> SPD-MARSH-9141927

https://flic.kr/p/8wyRYe | Gemini 8 Launched by Titan Booster | <b>Full Description:</b> A Titan booster launched the Gemini 8 spacecraft on March 16, 1966 from launch complex 19 Cape Kennedy, Florida. The flight crew for the 3 day mission, astronauts Neil A. Armstrong and David R. Scott, achieved the first rendezvous and docking to Atlas/Agena in Earth orbit. <b>UID:</b> SPD-MARSH-9141927

Gemini 6 and Gemini 7 meet in space #retro #space #1965.

Gemini 6 and Gemini 7 meet in space #retro #space #1965.

Technicians from the McDonnell Aircraft Corporation, which was responsible for producing the Gemini capsule, make final inspections to the Gemini 3 spacecraft. The photo is taken at the white room, a sterile environment where the spacecraft is prepared for launch, atop the Titan launch vehicle at Pad 19 at the Kennedy Space Center. Gus Grissom and John Young would ride the spacecraft into orbit for the first Gemini mission on a five- hour trip into space on March 23, 1965.

Technicians from the McDonnell Aircraft Corporation, which was responsible for producing the Gemini capsule, make final inspections to the Gemini 3 spacecraft. The photo is taken at the white room, a sterile environment where the spacecraft is prepared for launch, atop the Titan launch vehicle at Pad 19 at the Kennedy Space Center. Gus Grissom and John Young would ride the spacecraft into orbit for the first Gemini mission on a five- hour trip into space on March 23, 1965.

Gemini 9 Tom Stafford, Gene Cernan and Guenter Wendt

Gemini 9 Tom Stafford, Gene Cernan and Guenter Wendt

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