National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Gemini program activities to prepare for the Apollo moon mission. Multipole views of the Saturn V launch vehicle (rocket) on launch platform and as it is moved into position at the Kennedy Space Center, Florida. Helicopter lifting off beside Saturn V with rocket and launch tower in background. Spotlights at night shined onto a Gemini Titan II rocket. Narrator explains purpose of Gemini as precursor to Apollo program. A specially configured USAF C-135 (Boeing 707) aircraft taking off and views inside, as it performs maneuvers to give astronauts some experience with "weightlessness"and the operation of equipment in such conditions. View of a swimming pool with Gemini astronauts practicing with their vehicle and equipment in semi-weightless conditions. Views of Gemini astronauts training in a simulator and undergoing special parachute training. Astronaut survival training including exits from capsule at sea, desert, and jungle training. Gemini astronauts boarding capsule for an orbital mission from Launch Pad 19 at the Kennedy Space Center. Narrator names all the Gemini astronauts.
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