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Gemini VI & VII

The main purpose of Gemini VI, crewed by astronauts Walter Schirra and Thomas Stafford, was the rendezvous with Gemini VII. The main purpose of Gemini VII, on the other hand, was studying the long-term effects of long-duration (up to 14 days) space flight on a two-man crew. Borman and Lovell also carried out 20 experiments, including medical tests. Although the principal objectives of both missions differed, they were both carried out so that NASA could master the technical challenges of getting into and working in space on a long term basis.

Early on during the GT-7 mission A just-used urine collection bag split open by accident. The crew never could managed to collect all the globules of the human waste that were floating about.

After the mission Lovell was asked to describe the record breaking flight , He described it as being '...Two weeks in a Men's Room Toilet' :o)

 

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James Lovell At NAA Corp.

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  S-63-11034

June 1963

Astronaut James A. Lovell studies his notes while eating a sandwich at North American Aviation Corp.

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GT-7 Prime Crew Onboard Retriever

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  S-65-19354

25 February 1965

The Gemini VII prime crew, Frank Borman (right) and Jim Lovell, stand on the deck of NASA Motor Vessel Retriever prior to suiting up for water egress training in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Jim Lovell Water Egress Training

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  S-65-10169

May 1965

Jim Lovell is seen just after being picked up after a water egress exercise in the Gulf of Mexico.

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1 July 1965 - NASA announced that Frank Borman and James A. Lovell, Jr., had been selected as the prime flight crew for Gemini VII:  The backup crew for the flight, which would last up to 14 days, would be Edward H. White II and Michael Collins.

12 August 1965 - Gemini VII crew to use the new lightweight G5C space suit:  Gemini Program Office informed the NASA-McDonnell Management Panel of the decision to fly the new, lightweight G5C space suit on Gemini VII. Tested by Crew Systems Division, the suit displayed a major improvement in comfort and normal mobility without sacrificing basic pressure integrity or crew safety. The suit weighed about nine pounds and was similar to the G4C suit except for the elimination of the restraint layer and the substitution of a soft helmet design with an integral visor and no neck-ring. Under study was the possibility of allowing one or both astronauts to remove their suits during the mission. NASA Headquarters, on July 2, had directed that the flight crew not use full pressure suits during the Gemini VII mission.

 

 

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Gemini VII Prime And Backup Crew

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2002

November 1965

Portrait of the Gemini 7 prime and backup crewmembers around a model of the Gemini 7 spacecraft. Kneeling are Astronauts Michael Collins (left), backup pilot; and James A. Lovell Jr., prime pilot. Standing are Edward H. White Jr. (left), backup command pilot; and Frank Borman, prime command pilot.

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Gemini VII Prime And Backup Crew #2

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NASA  No.  S-65-41828

November 1965

Portrait of the Gemini 7 prime and backup crewmembers around a model of the Gemini 7 spacecraft. Kneeling are Astronauts Michael Collins (left), backup pilot; and James A. Lovell Jr., prime pilot. Standing are Edward H. White Jr. (left), backup command pilot; and Frank Borman, prime command pilot.

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Gemini VII Prime Crew

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NASA  No.  104-KSC-365C-133/35

November 1965

Frank Borman (left) and James Lovell are seen in their lightweight 14 day flight suits. During flight, regular pilots helmets will be covered by a zippered plastic hood.

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Gemini VII Borman & Lovell

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NASA  No.  65-H-1804

November 1965

Frank Borman (left) and James Lovell are seen in the new lightweight long duration flight suits as they prepare for a training session in the Gemini Mission Simulator.

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Gemini VII James Lovell

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NASA  No.  65-H-1827

November 1965

Astronaut James Lovell is seen in the Gemini Mission Simulator.

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Gemini VII Frank Borman Suit Checks

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NASA  No.  65-H-1720

November 1965

Gemini VIII Command Pilot Frank Borman has his space suit checked by suit technician during weight and balance tests at the Cape.

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Gemini 7 Back Up Crew

10 x 8  Colour Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  S-65-41826

1966

A fine view of the Gemini VII spacecraft in its final resting place in the visitors viewing area at the Cape.

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Gemini VII Back Up Crew

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NASA  No.  104-KSC-365-160/17

November 1965

The GT-7 Back Up Crew, Mike Collins (foreground) and Ed White, are seen in the new lightweight long duration flight suits as they prepare for a training session in the Gemini Mission Simulator.

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GT-7 Back Up Crew Water Egress Training

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NASA  No.  65-H-1731

29 October 1965

GT-7 Command Pilot Ed White is hoisted out of the Gulf of Mexico by recovery crew in a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter during water egress training in preparation for the GT-7 space flight. Back Up Crew Pilot Michael Collins is in the rubber life raft at right waiting his turn.

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Collins And White Water Egress Training

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NASA  No.  65-H-1730

29 October 1965

The GT-7 Backup Crew, Mike Collins (left) and Ed White, take part in water egress training in the Gulf Of Mexico. The two are wearing training versions of the new light-weight pressure suits in qualification testing for possible use in the GT-7 mission.

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9 October 1965 - McDonnell delivered Gemini spacecraft No. 7 to Cape Kennedy:  Industrial area activities, including pyrotechnics build-up, fuel cell installation, and modification of the water management system, were completed October 29. The spacecraft was moved to complex 19 and hoisted atop the launch vehicle. The Pre-spacecraft Mate Verification Test, including activation and deactivation of the fuel cell, was conducted November 1-5.

28 October 1965 - The White House announced that NASA would attempt to launch Gemini VI while Gemini VII was in orbit:  The original Gemini VI mission had been cancelled when its target vehicle failed catastrophically on October 25. In a memorandum to the President, NASA Administrator James E. Webb indicated the possibility that Gemini VI spacecraft and launch vehicle could be re-erected shortly after the launch of Gemini VII. Since much of the pre-launch checkout of Gemini VI would not need repeating, it could be launched in time to rendezvous with Gemini VII (a mission scheduled for 14 days) if launching Gemini VII did not excessively damage the launch pad. NASA officials, spurred by suggestions from Walter F. Burke and John F. Yardley of McDonnell, began discussing the possibility of a dual mission immediately after the failure October 25, drawing on some six months of discussion and preliminary planning by NASA, Air Force, Martin, and McDonnell personnel for a rapid manned flight launch demonstration.

29 - 30  October 1965 - Gemini launch vehicle (GLV) 7 was erected at complex 19, following the de-erection of GLV-6:  Power was applied to GLV-7 on October 31, and Subsystems Re-verification Tests (SSRT) began immediately. SSRT ended November 9, and the Pre-spacecraft Mate Verification Test was performed November 10. This test now included dropping all umbilical, eliminating the need for a Flight Configuration Mode Test (FCMT). No FCMT was performed on GLV-7 or any subsequent vehicle..

 

 

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Gemini VII Borman & Lovell

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1824

November 1965

James Lovell (left) and Frank Borman are seen at Launch Complex 19 after an inspection of their GT-7 spacecraft atop the Gemini Titan Launch Vehicle.

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11 November 1965 - Gemini launch vehicle (GLV) 7 and spacecraft No. 7 were electrically mated at complex 19:  An electrical interface jumper cable connected the spacecraft, suspended about six feet above stage II, to the Gemini Launch Vehicle (GLV).

11 - 13 November 1965 - No Wet Mock Simulated Launch (WMSL) was performed on Gemini VII or any subsequent vehicle:  WMSL was replaced by the Simultaneous Launch Demonstration (SLD) and a separate tanking test. For Gemini VII, the SLD was also eliminated because no simultaneous Atlas-Agena launch was planned. The elimination of the erector lowering associated with WMSL made it possible to postpone mechanical mating until later in the test sequence. This had the advantage of allowing access to the spacecraft adapter without de-mating and re-mating the spacecraft and launch vehicle, while at the same time permitting integrated testing to continue and shortening the test schedule. The Electrical Interface Integrated Validation and Joint Guidance and Control Test was completed November 13.

 

 

 

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Gemini VII James Lovell & Ed White

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1857

13 November 1965

James Lovell (left) and Ed White are seen at Launch Complex 19 during check out procedures of the GT-7 spacecraft.

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Gemini VII Frank Borman & Ed White

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1859

13 November 1965

Frank Borman (left) and Ed White are seen at Launch Complex 19 during check out procedures of the GT-7 spacecraft.

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Gemini VII Spacecraft Check Out

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1860

13 November 1965

Ed White (left) and Mike Collins (GT-7 Back Up) are seen in the GT-7 spacecraft atop Launch Complex 19 during check out procedures.

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Gemini VII Spacecraft Check Out #2

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1861

13 November 1965

Ed White (left) and Mike Collins (GT-7 Back Up) are seen in the GT-7 spacecraft atop Launch Complex 19 during check out procedures.

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Gemini VII Spacecraft No. 7 #2

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1826

13 November 1965

A fantastic fish eye lens view of the interior of Spacecraft No. 7 atop the Gemini Titan-7 Launch Vehicle from in the White Room at Launch Complex 19.

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15 - 27 November 1965 - The Joint Combined Systems Test was run November 15. The only countdown exercise performed for Gemini VII was the GLV tanking test on November 16. The spacecraft Final Systems Test was completed November 20. Spacecraft and launch vehicle were mechanically mated November 22, and the Simulated Flight Test was finished November 27.

 

 

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Gemini VII Borman Suits Up

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  104-KSC-365-149/14

15 November 1965

NASA medical technicians attach test leads to Frank Borman's flight suit during suiting up exercises in preparations for joint systems test of the launch vehicle and spacecraft for the upcoming 14 day mission. The sensors on Borman's head will telemeter electro encephalograph data to Earth during the mission.

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Gemini VII Borman Suits Up #2

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1835

15 November 1965

NASA Suit Technician Alan Rochford is assisting Frank Borman during suiting up exercises in preparations for joint systems test of the launch vehicle and spacecraft for the upcoming 14 day mission.

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Gemini VII Borman Suits Up #3

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  104-KSC-365C-137/34

15 November 1965

NASA Suit Technician Alan Rochford adjusts the removable plastic hood on Frank Borman's GT-7 Flight Suit during suiting up exercises in preparations for joint systems test of the launch vehicle and spacecraft for the upcoming 14 day mission.

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Gemini VII Lovell Suits Up

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  104-KSC-365-151/2

15 November 1965

NASA Suit Technician Clyde Teague assists James Lovell during suiting up exercises in preparations for joint systems test of the launch vehicle and spacecraft for the upcoming 14 day mission.

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Gemini VII Lovell Suits Up #2

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  104-KSC-365-151/8

15 November 1965

James Lovell peers out of the expanded hood of his new lightweight flight suit during suiting up exercises in preparations for joint systems test of the launch vehicle and spacecraft for the upcoming 14 day mission.

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Gemini VII Crew At Complex 19

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1809

November 1965

Gemini 7Astronauts Frank Borman, command pilot, and James A. Lovell Jr., pilot, are seen walking to the elevator at Launch Complex 19 for joint systems test of the launch vehicle and spacecraft for the upcoming 14 day mission.

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Gemini VII  Borman & Lovell

10 x 8 B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1808

November  1965

Frank Borman and James Lovell are shown seated in the Gemini spacecraft during joint systems test of the launch vehicle and spacecraft for the upcoming 14 day mission.

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Gemini VII Borman Adjusts His Hood

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  104-KSC-365-150/15

November 1965

Frank Borman adjusts his expandable hood during joint systems test of the launch vehicle and spacecraft for the upcoming 14 day mission.

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Gemini VII Borman Pressurizes His Suit

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1846

November 1965

Frank Borman pressurizes his flight suit during joint systems test of the launch vehicle and spacecraft for the upcoming 14 day mission.

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Gemini VII Lovell During System Tests

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

November 1965

James Lovell is seen in Spacecraft No. 7 during joint systems test of the launch vehicle and spacecraft at Launch Complex 19 at the Cape.

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29 November 1965 - Gilruth requests concurrence of NASA Headquarters for doffing the G5C pressure suits during orbital flight in Gemini VII:  Director Robert R. Gilruth, Manned Spacecraft Center, requested the concurrence of NASA Headquarters in plans for doffing the G5C pressure suits during orbital flight in Gemini VII. Both astronauts wanted to remove their suits after the second sleep period and don them only for transient dynamic conditions, specifically rendezvous and reentry.

Primary concern was preventing the degradation of crew performance by maintaining crew comfort during the long-duration mission. Gemini Program Office had participated in the G5C suit program and certified the suit for intravehicular manned flight in the Gemini spacecraft on November 19. When Gemini VII was launched on December 4, the mission plan required one astronaut to be suited at all times, but on December 12 NASA Headquarters authorized both crew members to have their suits off at the same time.

 

 

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GT-7 Lovell In Space Flight Evaluation

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1843

2 December 1965

Astronauts Physician, Dr. Charles Berry, checks James Lovell following a workout on exercise machine. These results will be compared with those obtained during space flight evaluation.

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Gemini VII Borman Wired Up Test

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1840

2 December 1965

GT-7 Pilot Frank Borman's is getting fitted with sensors on his head that will telemeter electro encephalograph data to Earth during the GT-7 mission.

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Gemini VII Mission Meeting

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1844

2 December 1965

The Gemini VII prime crew, Lovell and Borman, are seen sitting with Mike Collins during a mission meeting discussing the new mission parameters for GT-6 and GT-7.

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Gemini VII Mission Meeting #2

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1850

2 December 1965

The Gemini VII prime crew, Lovell and Borman, are seen during a mission meeting discussing the new mission parameters for GT-6 and GT-7.

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Gemini VII Borman And Lovell

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1852

2 December 1965

Frank Borman, right, listens intently as James Lovell discusses aspects of their scheduled GT-7 Mission. Borman and Lovell hope to establish a new manned space flight record by orbiting the Earth for fourteen days.

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Gemini VII Borman, Lovell And Collins

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1852

2 December 1965

Our three Gemini Astronauts are seen discussing aspects of the scheduled GT-7 Mission. Borman and Lovell hope to establish a new manned space flight record by orbiting the Earth for fourteen days.

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Gemini VII Pre-Flight Breakfast

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1866

4 December 1965

At the table in the background we have John Young with his back to us and he is sitting with Neil Armstrong and Dave Scott. At the Main table we see Lovell, Stafford, Schirra and Deke Slayton sitting on the side of the table that we can see. Frank Borman is sitting across from Lovell.

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Gemini VII Lovell Suiting Up

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1898

4 December 1965

NASA Suit Technician Clyde Teague chats with James Lovell during suiting up exercises in the Astronauts trailer located at Launch Complex 16 during the GT-7 mission countdown.

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Gemini VII Lovell Suiting Up #2

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1899

4 December 1965

NASA Suit Technician Clyde Teague assists James Lovell during suiting up procedures in the Astronauts Trailer at Launch Complex 16 during the pre-launch countdown for the GT-7 mission.

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Gemini VII Borman Wired Up

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1893

4 December 1965

GT-7 Pilot Frank Borman's suiting up during the pre-launch countdown. The sensors on Borman's head will telemeter electro encephalograph data to Earth during the mission.

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Gemini VII Borman Suiting Up

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1891

4 December 1965

NASA Suit Technician Alan Rochford assists Frank Borman during suiting up procedures in the Astronauts Trailer at Launch Complex 16 during the pre-launch countdown for the GT-7 mission.

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Gemini VII Borman Suiting Up  #3

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1876

4 December 1965

NASA Suit Technician helps Frank Borman with his lightweight hood during suiting up procedures in the Astronauts Trailer at Launch Complex 16 during the pre-launch countdown for the GT-7 mission.

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Gemini VII Crew Walk Out

10 x 8 B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1894

4 December 1965

GT-7 Astronauts James Lovell (front) and Frank Borman are just leaving the Astronauts Trailer at Launch Complex 16 on their way to Launch Complex 19 and their waiting GT-7 spacecraft.

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Gemini VII Crew Walk Out #2

10 x 8 B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1900

4 December 1965

GT-7 Astronauts James Lovell (front) and Frank Borman head up the ramp at Launch Complex 19 and will take the lift to the top of the service gantry to egress their waiting GT-7 spacecraft to start the GT-7 14 day mission.

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Gemini VII Lovell In The White Room

10 x 8 B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1896

4 December 1965

GT-7 Astronaut James Lovell has arrived in the White Room high up the service tower of Launch Complex 19 waiting to be inserted into the GT-7 spacecraft.

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Gemini VII Lovell In The White Room #2

10 x 8 B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1895

4 December 1965

GT-7 Astronaut James Lovell shares a light moment with the White Room Technicians before being inserted into the GT-7 spacecraft. We can see Guenter Wendt standing in the background enjoying the moment.

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Gemini VII Crew Readied For Insertion

10 x 8 B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1892

4 December 1965

A wonderful fish eye lens view of the GT-7 Astronauts James Lovell and Frank Borman as they are being readied to enter the GT-7 spacecraft.

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Gemini VII Ready For Close Out

10 x 8 B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1873

4 December 1965

Here is a fantastic view taken through Lovell's hatch window just before the GT-7 hatches are closed and securely bolted .

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Gemini VII Hatches Are Being Closed

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NASA  No.  65-H-1888

4 December 1965

White Room staff are seen closing the hatches of the GT-7 Spacecraft during the final pre-flight countdown.

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Gemini VII Hatches Are Secure

10 x 8 B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1887

4 December 1965

White Room staff are seen during final close out procedures of the GT-7 Spacecraft. Borman and Lovell are tucked inside and are ready for flight.

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Gemini VII During Final Countdown

10 x 8 B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1899

4 December 1965

The service structure is being lowered at LC 19 and the GLV-7 and spacecraft are ready to fly during the final GT-7 countdown.

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Gemini VII Alan Bean In Block House

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NASA  No.  65-H-1879

4 December 1965

Astronaut Alan Bean (right), spacecraft communicator for the Gemini 7 mission, joins other personnel in the Blockhouse at Launch Complex 19 during the launch of the Gemini 7 spacecraft.

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Gemini VII Lift Off

10 x  8 B/W NASA Glossy Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-1853

4 December 1965

Gemini 7, carrying Astronauts Frank Borman, command pilot, and James A. Lovell Jr., pilot, was successfully launched from Pad 19 at 2:30 p.m., 4 December 1965.

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Gemini VII Lift Off

10 x  8 Colour Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  S-65-61650

4 December 1965

Gemini 7, carrying Astronauts Frank Borman, command pilot, and James A. Lovell Jr., pilot, was successfully launched from Pad 19 at 2:30 p.m., 4 December 1965.

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Gemini VII Recovery Training

10 x 8  Colour Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  S-65-65958

December 1965

Gemini 7 recovery training.

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Gemini VII Recovery Training #2

10  x  8  B/W Glossy NASA  Photograph

NASA  No.  S-65-65972

December 1965

Gemini 7 recovery training.

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Shortly after the spacecraft cut loose from its booster only a little over six minutes from lift-off, Borman wheeled Gemini VII around to find the launch vehicle. Two seconds of thrust had been enough for the separation manoeuvre and now he fired for five seconds to get into position for station-keeping. The afternoon Sun glared through the windows but in less than 30 seconds he saw the booster. Fuel spewed from a broken line, first forming globules and then crystallizing into cascades of flakes. The Titan II bounced and jumped about the sky. Occasionally eclipsing the view of the Sun, the venting fuel created a brilliant and beautiful contrast. For 15 minutes, the crew took turns at formation flying and picture taking. Station-keeping was easy, but chasing the tumbling second stage was costing more fuel than Borman liked. And at 15 meters, he was too close to such unpredictable motion, anyway. He fired the spacecraft thrusters to move away.. 

The crew performed five manoeuvres during the course of the mission to increase orbital lifetime and place the spacecraft in proper orbit for rendezvous with spacecraft No. 6. Rendezvous was successfully accomplished during the 11th day in orbit, with spacecraft No. 7 serving as a passive target for spacecraft No. 6. 

About 45 hours into the mission, Lovell removed his pressure suit. He again donned his suit at 148 hours, while Borman removed his. Some 20 hours later Lovell again removed his suit, and both crewmen flew the remainder of the mission without suits, except for the rendezvous and re-entry phases. 

With three exceptions, the spacecraft and its systems performed nominally throughout the entire mission. The delayed-time telemetry playback tape recorder malfunctioned about 201hours after lift-off, resulting in the loss of all delayed-time telemetry data for the remainder of the mission. Two fuel cell stacks showed excessive degradation late in the flight and were taken off the line; the remaining four stacks furnished adequate electrical power until re-entry. Two attitude thrusters performed poorly after 283 hours in the mission.

 

 

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Gemini VII Onboard View Of The Cape

10 x  8  B/W NASA Glossy Photograph

4 - 18 December 1965

A fantastic clear view of the Cape as seen by Borman and Lovell as they pass by during their historic long duration space flight. This photo was taken by the crew with a hand held modified 70mm Hasselblad camera.

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Gemini VII Earth Sky And Moon

10 x  8  B/W NASA Glossy Photograph

NASA  No.  S-65-63714

4 - 18 December 1965

A bank of clouds over the western Pacific Ocean was photographed by Astronaut Frank Borman and James A. Lovell during the Gemini 7 mission. The Moon can be clearly seen in the middle of the photograph.

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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

10 x 8  Colour Glossy NASA Photograph

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 Photographs GT-7 In Orbit

10 x  8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

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-6 Seen From From GT-7  #2

10 x  8  B/W NASA Glossy Photograph

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

10 x  8  B/W NASA Glossy Photograph

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

10 x  8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

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 In Flight With Frank Borman

10  x  8  B/W Glossy NASA  Photograph

NASA  No.  S-65-63713

15 December 1965

Onboard view of Frank Borman, GT-7 command pilot, using a in-flight vision tester while conducting the M-9 experiment. This experiment is designed to test orientation capabilities during zero gravity flight. This was also use in experiments S-8/D-13 during the mission.

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GT-7 Experiments S-8/D-13

10 x  8  B/W NASA Glossy Photograph

NASA  No.  S-65-10997A

4 - 18 December 1965

A  Defence Department experiment - S-8/D-13, Visual Acuity/Astronaut Visibility - combined use of an in-flight vision tester and the observation of rectangular marks in fields near Laredo, Texas, and Carnarvon, Australia. Weather and operational problems made ground observations difficult - they never were able to see the Carnarvon field so it was conducted in space.

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Gemini VII View Of Mobile Bay

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NASA  No.  S-65-65394

16 December 1965

A wonderful view from the GT-7 spacecraft of Mobile Bay and the New Orleans coast line looking northeast. This photo was taken by the crew with a hand held modified 70mm Hasselblad camera.

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Gemini VII View Of Haiti

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NASA  No.  S-65-65331

16 December 1965

Haiti and Hispaniola as seen from the Gemini 7 spacecraft during its 179th revolution of the Earth. This photo was taken by the crew with a hand held modified 70mm Hasselblad camera.

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Gemini VII 9 Feet From GT VI #2

10 x  8 Colour Glossy NASA Photograph

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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Al Shepard During Rendezvous

10 x  8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

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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Gemini 6 / 7 Rendezvous Celebrations

10 x  8  B/W NASA Glossy Photograph

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

10 x  8  B/W NASA Glossy Photograph

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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18 December 1965:

It was time to head for home so Borman rolled Gemini VII head down to use the horizon as a guide for keeping the proper spacecraft attitude. He could see nothing from his window and had to depend entirely on his instruments and on Lovell, who finally saw the horizon after about six and a half minutes and began calling out adjustments. Borman concluded that re-entering was definitely a two-man job for Gemini; there was no way to follow the needles on an instrument panel and watch the horizon at the same time.

Because they had been weightless for so long, the onset of the g forces "felt like a ton. During the long glide, which did not have a sharp angle of descent, g forces never rose higher than 3.9 (contrasted with an average of 7.7 for the Mercury-Atlas orbital flights). But the higher g did not bother them too much, since they were very busy trying to get as close to that carrier as possible.

The re-entry control system worked well, holding Gemini VII steady until the drogue parachute came out. The spacecraft rocked 2 Eat degrees to either side, giving the crew a shaking. On the way down. Lovell opened the snorkel; smoke and an acrid smell filled his hood. causing his eyes to water. But even his smarting eyes were glad to see the main parachute deploy. Little did the crew care that they hit the Water with a heavy thud. Borman's thoughts were elsewhere; he was trying to spot the recovery helicopter. When he did not see any aircraft, he remarked. "Shoot! We must have missed it more than Walls did." The two command pilots had a small bet on who would land closer to the target. But Borman was not sure when he began to talk with "Air Boss," pilot of one of the helicopters in the area of the spacecraft's descent; maybe they were near the aiming point, after all.

On 18 December 1965, after 330 hours, 35 minutes, 01 second, Gemini VII came to rest on what Lovell called the good old aqua firma, missing the target by 11.8 kilometres. Schirra and Stafford (GT-6)  landed about 13 Kilometres from thier intended landing point, so it looks like Borman won his bet with Wally.

 

 

 

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Gemini VII Recovery Operations

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2324

18 December 1965

The GT-7 recovery team have reached the spacecraft and have helped Lovell and Borman egress into the life raft after attaching the floatation collar.

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Gemini VII Lovell Hoisted Onboard

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

18 December 1965

Here is a fantastic view of James Lovell being hoisted onboard the Recovery Helicopter.

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Gemini VII Lovell Hoisted Onboard #2

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2312

18 December 1965

Lovell has just about reached the Recovery Helicopter.

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Gemini VII Lovell Hoisted Onboard #3

10 x  8  B/W NASA Glossy Photograph

NASA  No.  S-66-15478

18 December 1965

Jim Lovell is seen being hoisted onboard the recovery helicopter with Frank Borman waiting in the life raft below.

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Gemini VII Lovell Hoisted Onboard #4

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2308

18 December 1965

Jim Lovell is seen being hoisted onboard the recovery helicopter with Frank Borman waiting in the life raft below.

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Gemini VII Lovell Onboard Helicopter

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2307

18 December 1965

James Lovell has been hoisted onboard the Recovery Helicopter and is waiting for his crew mate Frank Borman to join him.

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GT-7 Frank Borman Hoisted Onboard

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2305

18 December 1965

Its Frank Borman's turn to be hoisted onboard the Recovery Helicopter and is just about there.

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Gemini VII Astronauts Onboard Helicopter

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2316

18 December 1965

Both astronauts have been hoisted onboard the Recovery Helicopter and are seen discussing certain aspects of the mission or of the recovery operation.

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Half an hour after landing, Borman and Lovell were greeted aboard the Wasp, the second spaceship crew the carrier's crew had snared in a few days.

When the returning spacemen came onto the deck of the carrier, they were tired but happy. They walked slightly stooped and a little gimpy-legged, partly because of their pressure suits and the ship's roll, but mostly because they were just plain weary. Perhaps even more remarkable than being able to walk across the deck without stumbling was the fact that the crew had been able to get into the "horse collar" to be hoisted into the helicopter. After being weightless for 14 days, this was a severe physical test. The most miraculous thing was when they could get out of the spacecraft and not flop on their faces; and they could go up into the helicopter and get out on the carrier deck and walk pretty well.

 

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Gemini VII Crew Arrive Onboard The WASP

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2314

18 December 1965

Only about 1/2 hour after splashdown the GT-7 crew arrived onboard the Recovery Carrier, the USS WASP.

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Gemini VII Crew Onboard USS WASP

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2323

18 December 1965

Just a bit weary the GT-7 crew arrived onboard the recovery ship in very good order after being in space for 14 days.

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Gemini VII Crew Walk The Red Carpet

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2318

18 December 1965

Astronauts James A. Lovell Jr., (left), pilot, and Frank Borman, command pilot, are shown just after they arrived aboard the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Wasp. Leading the astronauts up the red carpet is Donald Stullken (in front of Lovell), Recovery Operations Branch, Landing and Recovery Division; Dr. Howard Minners (walking beside Borman), Flight Medicine Branch, Centre Medical Office, Manned Spacecraft Centre.

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Gemini VII Crew Walk The Red Carpet #2

10 x 8  Colour Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  S-65-63625

18 December 1965

Astronauts James A. Lovell Jr., (left), pilot, and Frank Borman, command pilot, are shown just after they arrived aboard the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Wasp. Leading the astronauts up the red carpet is Donald Stullken (in front of Lovell), Recovery Operations Branch, Landing and Recovery Division; Dr. Howard Minners (walking beside Borman), Flight Medicine Branch, Centre Medical Office, Manned Spacecraft Centre.

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Gemini VII Crew Walk The Red Carpet #3

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2322

18 December 1965

Astronauts James A. Lovell Jr., (left), pilot, and Frank Borman, command pilot, are shown just after they arrived aboard the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Wasp. Leading the astronauts up the red carpet is Donald Stullken (in front of Lovell), Recovery Operations Branch, Landing and Recovery Division; Dr. Howard Minners (walking beside Borman), Flight Medicine Branch, Centre Medical Office, Manned Spacecraft Centre.

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Lovell And Borman On Recovery Ship

10 x  8  B/W NASA Glossy Photograph

NASA  No.  S-66-18176

18 December 1965

Jim Lovell and Frank Borman onboard the USS Wasp after their successful GT-7 mission.

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Primary objectives of the mission were demonstrating manned orbital flight for approximately 14 days and evaluating the physiological effects of a long-duration flight on the crew. Among the secondary objectives were providing a rendezvous target for the Gemini VI-A spacecraft, station-keeping with the second stage of the launch vehicle and with spacecraft No. 6, conducting 20 experiments, using lightweight pressure suits, and evaluating the spacecraft re-entry guidance capability.

 All objectives were successfully achieved with the exception of two experiments lost because of equipment failure..

 

 

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Gemini VII Lovell Check Up

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2333

18 December 1965

Lovell gets a quick check up after his 14 days in space.

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Gemini VII Borman Talks To the President

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2310

18 December 1965

Frank Borman is seen during the traditional telephone call with the US President.

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Gemini VI & VII Spacecraft Together Again

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2335

18 December 1965

The GT-6 (background) and GT-7 spacecraft are seen in one of the under decks of the USS WASP as Borman and Lovell come to inspect their spacecraft.

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Gemini VII Onboard Recovery Cake

10 x 8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  65-H-2330

18 December 1965

The GT-7 crew are seen cutting the traditional cake to celebrate their successful mission and safe return from space.

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Christmas week of 1965 was perhaps the high-water mark of manned space flight to that time. The string of successes had an unlooked-for effect, however - manned space flight became almost commonplace, the novelty had all but gone. Who did what and when tended to blur. Any single event, such as America's first suborbital flight or first orbital mission, became hard to recall. Perhaps more than it intended, NASA had achieved the program goal implied in the Project Development Plan of December 1961: to put space flight on something like a routine basis. The routine loses news value, and score cards on Russia versus America in the space race vanished when the lead clearly passed from East to West.

Gilruth best summed up the bright look of things at a post-recovery conference on 18 December 1965, when he said:

"It has been a fabulous year for manned space flight. . . . I guess you all realize that this year, since March, we have put 10 men in orbit and brought them back. And we have accomplished the major part of the Gemini space objectives at this point in the program. The long duration, which was a major objective, some of us didn't really think you could go 8 or 14 days in that spacecraft . . . we have seen the men return in good shape with all their tasks done. . . . We have seen EVA this year in Gemini, and we have seen rendezvous. We have seen controlled re-entry demonstrated, the controlled re-entry technique that is so important to Apollo, and we have seen accomplished a whole raft of scientific experiments."

 

 

 

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GT-7 Spacecraft On Display

10 x  8 B/W NASA Glossy Photograph

NASA  No.  S-66-63137

14 September 1966

The GT-7 Spacecraft is seen on display at the cape. Clear coverings have replaced the hatches so viewers can have a look inside.

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Gemini 7 In Viewing Area At The Cape

10 x 8  Colour Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  S-66-53200

1966

A fine view of the Gemini VII spacecraft in its final resting place in the visitors viewing area at the Cape.

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Fine Vintage Lithographs

 

 

 

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Gemini VII  Crew

10 x 8 Colour NASA Lithograph 

James A Lovell & Frank Borman (Prime Crew)

Edward H White & Michael Collins (back up) 

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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.

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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.

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The Moon As Seen From Gemini 7

10 x  8 Colour NASA Lithograph

15 December 1965

A wonderful view of the Moon as seen from inside the Gemini 7 Spacecraft.

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