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Project Gemini Spacecraft

Gemini Spacecraft

Gemini is a 2 person spacecraft whose goal was to prove the processes that would be required for a moon shot, including space walks, long duration flights, and docking with other space vehicles.

Gemini Spacecraft Locations

S/N Mission Spacecraft Name State City Location
2303 GT-03 Molly Brown IN Mitchell Grissom Memorial
1795 GT-04 American Eagle DC Washington National Air & Space Museum
2326 GT-05 Conestoga TX Houston Johnson Space Center
1858 GT-06
(6-A)
N/A OK Oklahoma City Oklahoma State History Museum
1853 GT-07 N/A VA Chantilly Stephen F. Udvar-Hazy Center (NASM)
2641 GT-08 N/A OH Wapakoneta Neil Armstrong Air & Space Museum
2327 GT-09
(9-A)
N/A FL Titusville Kennedy Space Center
1857 GT-10 N/A KS Hutchinson Kansas State Cosmosphere
1848 GT-11 N/A CA Los Angeles California Science Center
1853 GT-12 N/A IL Chicago Adler Planetarium
Note—click on Serial Number to see a photo of each spacecraft.


Gemini Flight Statistics

S/N Mission Spacecraft Name Astronauts Flight Date Flight Time Orbits
2303 GT-03 Molly Brown Grissom
Young
3/23/65 4h 53m 3
1795 GT-04 American Eagle McDivitt
White
6/3/65 97h 56m 62
2326 GT-05 Conestoga Cooper
Conrad
8/21/65 190h 55m 120
1858 GT-06
(6-A)
N/A Schirra
Stafford
12/15/65 25h 51m 16
1853 GT-07 N/A Borman
Lovell
12/4/65 330h 35m 206
2641 GT-08 N/A Armstrong
Scott
3/16/66 10h 41m 6.5
2327 GT-09
(9-A)
N/A Stafford
Cernan
6/3/66 72h 20m 45
1857 GT-10 N/A Young
Collins
7/18/66 70h 46m 43
1848 GT-11 N/A Conrad
Gordon
9/12/66 71h 17m 44
1853 GT-12 N/A Lovell
Aldrin
11/11/66 94h 34m 59
Note—click on Serial Number to see a photo of each spacecraft.

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