Overview of Gemini space missions, with emphasis on the Man Rating of the Gemini Launch Vehicle
United States USA Date:1967 Duration:5 min 35 sec Sound:Yes
Spacelog hours in space graph contrasts U.S. and USSR man hours in space. Gemini XII astronauts Lovell and Aldrin are greeted after their flight. View from spacecraft in space. View from capsule with Earth below, docking with Agena vehicle. Gemini astronauts enter elevator to ascend to capsule before launch. ICBM missile lift off and night and explosion in night sky. Gemini lift off and shots of mission control room. Capsule on deck of USS Wasp is opened by a McDonnell employee, and astronaut shakes hands. Technical briefing in which Intergrated Testing Sequence GT-4 is explained. Gemini capsule is installed atop rocket. Model of Gemini rocket seen in conference room during meeting. Gemini components in large factory. A Titan II missile launch shows telemetry instruments including dish and antenna. Close and long shots of Titan II missile in flight. Installation of flight control, pressure oscillation suppressors, and guidance systems on Titan ll to allow for man rating on Gemini. Gemini launch vehicle engines fired on Aerojet general test stand. Critical parts for Gemini are examined at the U.S. govt. quality assurance area. Engineers work on rocket parts and tie wrapping electrical components. View of radio guidance system module being tested. Gemini launch vehicle on launch pad and views of control room.
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