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At 8:37 a.m. Gemini VI-A rose from its pad. As if forcing it to move by will power alone, Schirra urged, "for the third time, go." A moment of wonder followed, as the launch vehicle seemed to shimmy. This shaking may have been only an impression; because of their recent experience, both pilots were highly attuned to movement and sound. At engine cut-off, Stafford checked the computer and got a reading of 7,830 meters per second. This told them they were on their way.

 Borman and Lovell in Gemini VII, passing near the Cape Kennedy area, saw nothing except clouds; but they soon learned from the Canary Islands communicator that the orbital parameters of VI-A were 161 by 259 kilometers. A few minutes later, as they flew over Tananarive, Malagasy Republic, they saw VI-A's contrail and got a brief glimpse of the visitors' spacecraft. They put on their suits and waited for company to arrive.

 

 

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Gemini Titan-VI Lift Off

10 x  8  Colour Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  S-65-59988

15 December 1965

Gemini VI, carrying Astronauts Walter M. Schirra, Jr., command pilot, and Thomas P. Stafford, pilot, lifts off on 15 December 1965 at 8:37 a.m. from Launch Complex 19 at the Cape.

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Gemini Titan-VI Lift Off #2

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NASA  No.  S-65-61649

15 December 1965

Gemini VI, carrying Astronauts Walter M. Schirra, Jr., command pilot, and Thomas P. Stafford, pilot, lifts off on 15 December 1965 at 8:37 a.m. from Launch Complex 19 at the Cape.

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Gemini Titan-VI Lift Off

10 x  8  B/W NASA Glossy Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2231

15 December 1965

A beautiful winters morning in Florida as the Gemini 6, carrying Astronauts Walter M. Schirra, Jr., command pilot, and Thomas P. Stafford, pilot, is finally launched by NASA on 15 December 1965 at 8:37 a.m. from Launch Complex 19 at the Cape.

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Gemini VI Lift Off #2

10 x  8  B/W NASA Glossy Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2209

15 December 1965

The Gemini 6, carrying Astronauts Walter M. Schirra, Jr., command pilot, and Thomas P. Stafford, pilot, is finally launched by NASA on 15 December 1965 at 8:37 a.m. from Launch Complex 19 at the Cape.

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Gemini VI Lift Off #3

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NASA  No.  65-H-2226

15 December 1965

The GT-6 spacecraft is finally on its way to space with Walter Schirra and Tom Stafford onboard..

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Gemini 6/7 Rendezvous

10 x  8  B/W NASA Glossy Photograph

NASA  No. 65-H-1781

A beautiful artist concept depicting the approximate positions which the Gemini 6 and 7 spacecrafts will be oriented at the terminal phase of the proposed rendezvous mission.

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At insertion, the GT-6 spacecraft trailed its the GT-7 spacecraft by 1992 kilometers. Over New Orleans, after 94 minutes in space, Wally Schirra ignited the thrusters to speed up by 4 meters per second. Gemini VI-A, being nearer to Earth and so moving faster, now lagged only 1,175 kilometers behind Gemini VII.

Three hours 15 minutes into the mission, Elliot See told Schirra that radar contact should soon be possible with Gemini VII. The VI-A crew got a flickering radar signal, then a solid lock-on at 434 kilometers range. Over Carnarvon, at 3 hours 47 minutes, the aft thrusters fired for 54 seconds to add 13 meters per second to Gemini VI's speed. The result was almost a circle, measuring 270 by 274 kilometers. In slant range distance, the two spacecraft were now 319 kilometers apart and closing slowly.

Schirra and Stafford placed Gemini VI-A in the computer (or automatic) rendezvous mode at 3 hours 51 minutes into the flight. While the lower orbiting vehicle gained slowly on its target, Schirra dimmed the lights on, his side of the spacecraft to improve outside visibility. At 5 hours 4 minutes, he exclaimed, "My gosh, there is a real bright star out there. That must be Sirius." The "star" was Gemini VII, reflecting the Sun's rays from 100 kilometres away.

 

 

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Orbiting Gemini-7 Spacecraft

10 x 8  Colour Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  S-65-63197

15 December 1965

A wonderful historic view of the orbiting Gemini-7 spacecraft as seen from the Gemini-6 spacecraft during their rendezvous mission in space. This photograph was taken with a modified hand held 70mm Hassleblad camera, using Eastman Kodak, Ektachrome MS (SO 217) colour film. The two National Aeronautics and Space Administration spacecraft's are approximately 34 feet apart.

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Gemini VII View From VI

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NASA  No.  S-65-63178

15 December 1965

This photograph of the Gemini-Titan 7 spacecraft was taken from the hatch window of the Gemini-Titan 6 spacecraft during the historic rendezvous of the two spacecraft on Dec. 15, 1965. The two spacecraft are some 50 feet apart here.

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GT-6 Seen From From GT-7  #2

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NASA  No.  S-66-2657

This fine presentation glossy photograph was printed for a talk given on 24 March 1966.

Image date: 15 December 1965

This photograph, taken by Gemini VII crewmembers Frank Lovell and Frank Borman, shows Gemini VI in orbit 160 miles above the Earth.

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GT-6 Seen From From GT-7

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NASA  No.  S-65-63715

15 December 1965

This view of the Gemini 6 spacecraft was taken from the Gemini 7 spacecraft during rendezvous of the two on 15 December 1965. This photograph was made from film exposed in a 70mm Hasselblad camera using Kodak S.O. 217, MS film during the GT-6 & 7 mission.

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GT-7 Seen From From GT-6

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NASA  No.  104-KSC-65PC-178

15 December 1965

This photograph of the Gemini 7 spacecraft was taken from the hatch window of the Gemini 6 spacecraft during rendezvous and station keeping manoeuvres at an altitude of approximately 160 miles on December 15, 1965.

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GT-7 Seen From From GT-6 #2

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NASA  No.  65-H-2224

15 December 1965

This photograph of the Gemini 7 spacecraft was taken from the hatch window of the Gemini 6 spacecraft during rendezvous and station keeping manoeuvres at an altitude of approximately 160 miles on December 15, 1965.

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Gemini VII 9 Feet From GT VI #2

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NASA  No.  S-65-63169

15 December 1965

This photograph of the Gemini 7 spacecraft was taken from the hatch window of the Gemini 6 spacecraft during rendezvous and station keeping manoeuvres at an altitude of approximately 160 miles on December 15, 1965. The two spacecrafts are approximately nine feet apart.

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GT-7 Photographed From GT-6 #5

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15 December 1965

This photograph of the Gemini 7 spacecraft was taken from the hatch window of the Gemini 6 spacecraft during rendezvous and station keeping manoeuvres at an altitude of approximately 160 miles on December 15, 1965.

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Gemini VI Earth Sky View

10 x 8  Colour Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  S-65-63228

15 December 1965

Cloud formations over the southeast Indian Ocean as seen from NASA's Gemini VI spacecraft during its fourteenth orbit of the earth. This photograph was taken with a modified hand held 70mm Hassleblad camera, using Eastman Kodak, Ektachrome MS (SO 217) colour film

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GT-6 Al Shepard During Rendezvous

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NASA  No.  65-H-2224

15 December 1965

Al chewes on a cigar during the tense moments during the Gemini 6 and 7 rendezvous.

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Schirra made two midcourse corrections spaced 12 minutes apart (at 5 hours 32 minutes and 5 hours 44 minutes). Six minutes later, at a range of 900 meters from his target, Schirra began braking his spacecraft by firing the forward thrusters. Soon he had no difficulty seeing Gemini VII. Fittingly, in the terminal stage of rendezvous, the VI-A astronauts saw the stars Castor and Pollux in the Gemini (Twin) constellation aligned with their sister ship. Then Spacecraft 7 flashed into the sunlight - almost too bright to look at. From a distance of 200 meters, it resembled a carbon arc light. Following the braking and translation manoeuvre, VI- A coasted until the two vehicles were 40 meters apart, with no relative motion between them. 

The world's first manned space rendezvous was now a fact. In Mission Control, the cheering throng of flight controllers waved small American flags, while Kraft. Gilruth, and others of the jubilant crowd lit cigars and beamed upon this best of all possible worlds. At 2:33 p.m., 15 December 1965, Gemini VI-A had rendezvoused with Gemini VII.

 

 

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Gemini 6 / 7 Rendezvous Celebrations

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NASA  No. S-65-62827

15 December 1965

Christopher C. Kraft Jr., Astronaut L. Gordon Cooper Jr. and Dr. Robert R. Gilruth in Mission Control after the successful Gemini 6 and 7 rendezvous.

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Gemini 6 / 7 Rendezvous Celebrations #2

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NASA  No. S-65-62821

15 December 1965

Christopher C. Kraft Jr., Astronaut L. Gordon Cooper Jr. and Dr. Robert R. Gilruth in Mission Control after the successful Gemini 6 and 7 rendezvous.

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Borman and Lovell had been fascinated by the fireworks of VI-A's thrusters during braking and startled by the 12-meter tongue of flame. As Schirra and Stafford neared, there was a second surprise. Borman said, "You've got a lot of stuff all around the back end of you." Minutes later, during station-keeping, Schirra told Borman, "So do you." Cords and stringers three to five meters long streamed and flapped behind both spacecraft.

Rendezvous manoeuvres had cost VI-A only 51 kilograms (113 pounds) of fuel. Schirra still had 62 percent left in his tanks. It had been easy, he said, and there was plenty of fuel for station-keeping, fly-around, formation flying, and parking the spacecraft in specific relative positions. Borman and Lovell were not so wealthy; Flight Control told them to stop manoeuvres when the VII tanks dropped to an 11 percent supply.

Soon it was time for GT-6 to head home so Schirra placed the spacecraft in an inverted (heads down) attitude to see Earth's horizon. Nearing the 100,000 meter fringe of the atmosphere, Schirra set the bank angle at 55 degrees left and held it until computer guidance took over at 85,000 meters. The spacecraft threatened to overshoot its planned landing point. This had to be countered by banking first left, then right. Since the Gemini spacecraft obtained its greatest lift flying straight ahead, banking cut lift and shortened range.

The crew turned the computer off at 24,000 meters, deployed the drogue parachute at 14,000 meters, and punched out the main parachute at 3,200 meters. Gemini VI-A landed about 13 kilometres from its planned impact point, recording the first successfully controlled re-entry. For another first, they did it in full view of live television beamed from the Wasp via satellite transmission. As on his Mercury, flight, Schirra elected to remain aboard his spacecraft while it was hauled onto the carrier deck. Thus, on 16 December 1965, after 16 revolutions (and 25 hours, 15 minutes, 58 seconds), the world's first manned spaceflight rendezvous mission became a matter of record.

 

 

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GT-6 Recovery Operations #2

10 x  8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2256

16 December 1965

The recovery helicopter throws the recovery team a lift raft as a back up in case the astronauts can not remain inside the spacecraft until the USS Wasp arrives.

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Gemini VI Just After Splashdown

10 x  8 Colour Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  S-65-61824

16 December 1965

A helicopter hovers over the Gemini 6 spacecraft after it splashed down 12 miles from the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Wasp in the western Atlantic recovery area at 10:29 a.m. December 16, 1965. The GT-6 crew, Stafford & Schirra, will remain inside the spacecraft until it is hoisted aboard the carrier.

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Walter Schirra Opens Hatch First

10 x  8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  S-65-66748

Wally Schirra is the first to open his hatch after the Gemini VI splashdown on 16 December. The three Navy frogman assists in the recovery operations after a highly successful 25 hr. and 52 min. mission.

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Walter Schirra Opens Hatch First #2

10 x  8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2276

Wally Schirra is the first to open his hatch after the Gemini VI splashdown on 16 December. The three Navy frogman assists in the recovery operations after a highly successful 25 hr. and 52 min. mission.

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Schirra And Stafford Opens Hatches

10 x  8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2260

Wally Schirra, command pilot, and Thomas Stafford, pilot, open their spacecraft hatches while awaiting the arrival of the aircraft carrier USS Wasp. The Gemini VI spacecraft splashed down in the western Atlantic recovery area at 10:29 a.m. on 16 December 1965. A three-man US Navy frogman team assists in the recovery operations. Floatation collar was attached by frogmen to increase the spacecraft's buoyancy.

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Schirra And Stafford Opens Hatches #2

10 x  8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2267

Wally Schirra, command pilot, and Thomas Stafford, pilot, open their spacecraft hatches while awaiting the arrival of the aircraft carrier USS Wasp. The Gemini VI spacecraft splashed down in the western Atlantic recovery area at 10:29 a.m. on 16 December 1965. A three-man US Navy frogman team assists in the recovery operations. Floatation collar was attached by frogmen to increase the spacecraft's buoyancy.

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Schirra And Stafford Opens Hatches #2A

10 x  8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No. S-65-66746

Wally Schirra, command pilot, and Thomas Stafford, pilot, open their spacecraft hatches while awaiting the arrival of the aircraft carrier USS Wasp. The Gemini VI spacecraft splashed down in the western Atlantic recovery area at 10:29 a.m. on 16 December 1965. A three-man US Navy frogman team assists in the recovery operations. Floatation collar was attached by frogmen to increase the spacecraft's buoyancy.

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Gemini VI Crew & Spacecraft Recovery

10 x  8 Colour Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  S-66-7792

16 December 1965

Wally Schirra is seen standing up through the hatch and is leaning over to have a chat with Tom Stafford seen still sitting while they wait for the USS Wasp to arrive.

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Gemini VI Alongside USS Wasp

10 x  8 Colour Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  S-65-61861

16 December 1965

The aircraft carrier USS Wasp comes alongside the Gemini VI spacecraft must minutes after the spacecraft splashed down just 12 miles from the carrier. The spacecraft is seen in the water on the right side of the photograph with Stafford and Schirra still inside.

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GT-6 Spacecraft Alongside USS Wasp

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NASA  No.  65-H-2263

16 December 1965

The Gemini VI spacecraft, with Schirra and Stafford still inside, floats alongside the Carrier USS Wasp as the Navy frogmen assists in the recovery operations. the frogman on the right is pulling a rope which is attached to a cable used to hoist the spacecraft aboard the Carrier. The hatches have been closed during hoisting operations.

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GT-6 Spacecraft Alongside USS Wasp #2

10 x  8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2294

16 December 1965

The Gemini VI spacecraft, with Schirra and Stafford still inside, floats alongside the Carrier USS Wasp as the Navy frogmen assists in the recovery operations. the frogman in the foreground is pulling a rope which is attached to a cable used to hoist the spacecraft aboard the Carrier. The hatches have been closed during hoisting operations.

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GT-6 Spacecraft Hoisted Aboard USS Wasp

10 x  8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2261

16 December 1965

The Gemini VI spacecraft, with Schirra and Stafford still inside, is seen being hoisted onboard the recovery aircraft carrier USS Wasp.

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GT-6 Spacecraft Hoisted Aboard

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NASA  No.  65-H-1906

16 December 1965

The Gemini VI spacecraft, with Schirra and Stafford still inside, is seen being hoisted onboard the recovery aircraft carrier USS Wasp and has almost reached its onboard cradle. After setting down on the cradle the two astronauts will then egress the spacecraft.

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GT-6 Spacecraft Hoisted Aboard  #2

10 x  8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2285

16 December 1965

The Gemini VI spacecraft, with Schirra and Stafford still inside, is gently lowered onto the dolly aboard the aircraft carrier USS WASP during recovery operations following the highly successful 25 hour 52 minute rendezvous mission in space.

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GT-6 Spacecraft Hoisted Aboard  #3

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NASA  No.  65-H-1906

16 December 1965

The Gemini VI spacecraft, with Schirra and Stafford still inside, is seen being hoisted onboard the recovery aircraft carrier USS WASP and has almost reached its onboard dolly. After setting down on the dolly the two astronauts will then egress the spacecraft.

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Gemini VI Crew Step Out Of Spacecraft

10 x  8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2266

16 December 1965

Wally Schirra, command pilot, and Thomas Stafford, pilot, joyfully climb from their spacecraft just after arrival onboard the Aircraft Carrier, USS WASP. The Gemini VI spacecraft splashed down in the western Atlantic recovery area at 10:29 a.m. on 16 December 1965 and concluded their 25 hour and 52 minute space flight.

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Gemini VI Crew Step Out Of Spacecraft #2

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NASA  No.  65-H-2266

16 December 1965

Wally Schirra, command pilot, and Thomas Stafford, pilot, joyfully climb from their spacecraft just after arrival onboard the Aircraft Carrier, USS WASP. The Gemini VI spacecraft splashed down in the western Atlantic recovery area at 10:29 a.m. on 16 December 1965 and concluded their 25 hour and 52 minute space flight.

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Gemini VI Crew Step Out Of Spacecraft #3

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NASA  No.  65-H-2295

16 December 1965

Wally Schirra, command pilot, and Thomas Stafford, pilot, joyfully climb from their spacecraft just after arrival onboard the Aircraft Carrier, USS WASP. The Gemini VI spacecraft splashed down in the western Atlantic recovery area at 10:29 a.m. on 16 December 1965 and concluded their 25 hour and 52 minute space flight.

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Gemini VI Crew Congratulate Each Other

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NASA  No.  65-H-2264

16 December 1965

After egressing their spacecraft the two GT-6 astronauts congratulate each other for a job well done as they pose for the cameras.

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GT-6 Crew Greeted Onboard USS Wasp

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NASA  No.  65-H-2265

16 December 1965

Astronauts Walter M. Schirra Jr. and Thomas P. Stafford walk across the red carpet as they received an official welcome aboard the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Wasp following their 25 hour 52 minute mission in space.

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GT-6 Crew Greeted Onboard USS Wasp #2

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NASA  No.  65-H-2296

16 December 1965

Don Stullken, Recovery Ops Chief, leads the way as Astronauts Walter M. Schirra Jr. and Thomas P. Stafford walk across the deck. They received an official welcome as they arrive aboard the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Wasp following their 25 hour 52 minute mission in space.

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Gemini VI Mission Control

10 x  8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2238

16 December 1965

Alan Shepard, Chief, Astronaut Office and Virgil Grissom, GT-6  Backup Pilot, are seen at their consol in KSC's Mission Control Room at the conclusion of the Gemini VI mission.

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GT-6 Crew Look Over Their Spacecraft

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NASA  No.  65-H-2252

16 December 1965

Astronauts Walter M. Schirra Jr. (left) and Thomas P. Stafford look over their Gemini VI spacecraft on board the aircraft carrier USS WASP after their 26 hour spaceflight.

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GT-6 Crew At Welcome Reception

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NASA  No.  65-H-2275

16 December 1965

Astronauts Walter M. Schirra Jr. (left) and Thomas P. Stafford look like they are having a quite word before joining in on the celebrations at the welcome reception given by the crew of the USS WASP.

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GT-6 Crew Welcome Back Reception

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NASA  No.  65-H-2278

16 December 1965

Astronauts Walter M. Schirra Jr. (left) and Thomas P. Stafford arrive at the welcome reception onboard the WASP.

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GT-6 Crew Welcome Back Reception #2

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NASA  No.  65-H-2278

16 December 1965

Close-up of the above photo.

Astronauts Walter M. Schirra Jr. (left) and Thomas P. Stafford arrive at the welcome reception onboard the WASP.

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Gemini VI Schirra Relaxes Onboard WASP 

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2257

16 December 1965

The GT-6 Wally Schirra seems to be enjoying himself at the welcome reception onboard the USS WASP.

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Gemini VI Stafford Gives Thumbs Up

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2287

17 December 1965

GT-6 Pilot Tom Stafford gives the thumbs-up while sitting in the co-pilots seat of their transport back to the Cape.

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Gemini VI Crew Receives An Award

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NASA  No.  65-H-2279

17 December 1965

GT-6 crew Tom Stafford (left) and Wally Schirra receive the Seal of Florida on their return to the Cape after their historic 26 hour space flight.

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Gemini VI Crew Review The Mission

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2293

December 1965

GT-6 crew Tom Stafford (left) and Wally Schirra review their mission while looking at one of the many in-flight photographs that they took.

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Gemini VI Schirra Returns To Houston

10 x  8  B/W NASA Glossy Photograph

NASA  No.  S-65-60065

GT-6 Command Pilot Wally Schirra is seen as he returns to Houston after a successful Earth orbital mission.

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GT-6 Schirra & Stafford Talk To The Press

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NASA  No.  S-65-60063

GT-6 Command Pilot Wally Schirra and Pilot Tom Stafford are seen talking to the press as they return to Houston after a successful Earth orbital mission.

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Gemini VI Prime Crew

10 x  8  Colour NASA Lithograph

Tom Stafford and Wally Schira.

This fine vintage NASA lithograph is in very good condition. VG+

 

 

 

 

 

4.95

Gemini 7 Seen From Gemini 6

10 x  8 Colour NASA Lithograph

15 December 1965

The two spacecraft are about 17 feet apart during the rendezvous.

This fine vintage NASA lithograph is in very good condition. VG+

 

 

 

 

 

5.95

Gemini 7 Seen From Gemini 6 Two Views

10 x  8 Colour NASA Lithograph

15 December 1965

Two views of the Gemini 7 spacecraft as photographed by the Gemini 6 crew i60 miles above the Earth.

This fine vintage NASA lithograph is in very good condition. VG+

 

 

 

 

 

 SOLD  For   4.95

SOLD

Gemini 6 Double Exposure Lift Off

10 x  8 Colour NASA Lithograph

15 December 1965

Double exposure of the launch of GT-7 (right) and GT-6,

This fine vintage NASA lithograph is in very good condition. VG+

 

 

 

 

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