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NASA Gemini Space Mission History
The second U.S. manned space program was announced in January 1962. Its two-man crew gave it its name, Gemini, for the third constellation of the Zodiac and its twin stars, Castor and Pollux. Gemini involved 12 flights, including two unmanned flight tests of the equipment. Like Mercury's, its major objectives were clear-cut:
The three films that make up the Gemini collection have a total run time of 1 hour 20 minutes.
The first film is "Legacy of Gemini." This film explores the legacy of the Gemini space flights and how the knowledge gathered during these flights led to the successful Apollo flights to the moon.
Here are some films clips of Legacy of Gemini:
"The Four Days of Gemini 4" is the second film on this DVD. This film profiles Ed White, the first American to walk in outer space.
Here are some films clips of The Four Days of Gemini 4:
"Gemini VIII - This is Houston" is the third film on this DVD. This film profiles Neil Armstrong and David Scott and explores what happened during their mission and shows how their spacecraft went into uncontrolled gyrations during docking maneuvers.
Here are some films clips of Gemini VIII - This is Houston:
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