Haynes NASA Gemini Owners' Workshop Manual

David Woods and David M. Harland
Item #85194

Between the excitement of the first American manned space mission of Project Mercury and the moon landings of Apollo sits the Gemini program.  The spacecraft, its launch vehicle, the Titan II, and the Agena docking target, are detailed in this comprehensive guide.
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Between the excitement of the first American manned space mission of Project Mercury and the moon landings of Apollo sits the Gemini program. The two-man Gemini capsule was the classroom NASA used to learn everything they needed to know to get to the moon, including the crucial rendezvous and docking maneuvers. Along the way, Project Gemini advanced technology in fuel cells, environmental control, guidance, and navigation.

The spacecraft, its launch vehicle, the Titan II, and the Agena docking target, are detailed in Haynes NASA Gemini 1965-1966 (all missions, all models) Owners’ Workshop Manual by David Woods and David M. Harland. The premium 173-page hardcover is filled with detail about the hardware aboard the ship, including structure, propulsion, control, and crew systems as well as operational information about launch, orbit, re-entry, and spacewalks.

Hundreds of photos and NASA technical drawings provide information and inspiration for anyone building or studying one of these important spacecraft.

Author: David Woods and David M. Harland
Size: 8.5x11
Pages: 176
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