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Gemini VII (Gemini 7)

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Overview

Destination: Low Earth Orbit
Mission: Human Exploration

Low Earth Orbit Launch Complex 19 Cape Canaveral, FL, USA

Gemini 7 was the fourth crewed mission of the NASA's Project Gemini. The mission was commanded by Command Pilor Frank F. Borman, II and Pilot James A. Lovell, Jr. The crew spent nearly 14 days in space, and their spacecraft was the passive target for the first crewed space rendezvous performed by Gemini 6A. The mission began on December 4, 1965, 19:30:03 UTC and ended on December 18, 1965, 14:05:04 UTC.

Titan II

Family: Titan
Configuration: GLV

The Titan II GLV (Gemini Launch Vehicle) or Gemini-Titan II was an American expendable launch system derived from the Titan II missile, which was used to launch twelve Gemini missions for NASA between 1964 and 1966. Two unmanned launches followed by ten manned ones were conducted from Launch Complex 19 at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, starting with Gemini 1 on April 8, 1964.

Specifications
  • Stages
    2
  • Length
    33.2 m
  • Diameter
    3.05 m
  • Fairing Diameter
  • Launch Mass
    154 T
  • Thrust
    1913 kN
Family
  • Name
    Titan II
  • Family
    Titan
  • Variant
    GLV
  • Alias
  • Full Name
    Titan II GLV
Payload Capacity
  • Launch Cost
  • Low Earth Orbit
    3850 kg
  • Geostationary Transfer Orbit
  • Direct Geostationary
  • Sun-Synchronous Capacity

Gemini SC7


In-active Human Rated Crew On-board: 2 Crew Capacity: 2
Destination: Low Earth Orbit
Serial Number: 7

Gemini SC7 is the Gemini capsule used for the Gemini 7 mission launched on December 4, 1965 and crewed by astronauts Frank Borman (command pilot) and Jim Lovell (pilot).

Gemini Details

Crew


Frank Borman

Command Pilot - American - ( NASA )

Status: Retired

Date of Birth: March 14, 1928
Age: 94

Jim Lovell

Pilot - American - ( NASA )

Status: Retired

Date of Birth: March 25, 1928
Age: 94

National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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Administrator: Bill Nelson Founded: 1958 Successes: 53 Failures: 8 Pending: 6

Agency Type: Government

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is an independent agency of the executive branch of the United States federal government responsible for the civilian space program, as well as aeronautics and aerospace research. NASA have many launch facilities but most are inactive. The most commonly used pad will be LC-39B at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

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