Gemini program


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Noun1.Gemini program - a program of space flights undertaken by US in 1965 and 1966; "under the Gemini program each crew had two astronauts"
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An engineer and test pilot, Grissom fully understood the risks and complexity of space flight, and his expertise assured his involvement in all facets of the Gemini program, including the design decisions that cost his life.
Leopold presents readers with a comprehensive examination of the life and career of United States astronaut Gus Grissom, covering everything other than the subjectAEs own account of his role in NASAAEs Gemini program, from his childhood up to his death on the launch pad in 1967.
The US space program took many people and teamwork to accomplish all aspects of the space program from the Mercury program, the Gemini program, and finally the Apollo program to land on the moon.
It was the first time in years that a spacewalk came to such an abrupt halt and the first time since NASA's Gemini program in the mid-1960s that a spacewalker became so incapacitated.
Navy, took part in the Gemini program and was later assigned to the Apollo program, where he would accomplish what many thought impossible.
At the close of Mercury in 1963, it was used to launch all of the unmanned Gemini target vehicles, which the astronauts used to practice rendezvous and docking techniques during the Gemini program between 1964 and 1966.
The trials, known as the GEMINI program, will study vedolizumab for the treatment of ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease, the two main types of IBD.
As an astronaut, Armstrong made two space flights - a March 1966 flight in the Gemini program that featured the first docking in space, and the historic Apollo 11 mission that made him the first man to walk on the moon.
His first mission was in 1965 as a pilot of the first manned flight of the Gemini program.
He was also involved in the early years of the space race through the Gemini program.
Naval Academy, the University of Southern California's Aviation Safety School and the Harvard Business School's Advanced Management Program, Lovell was selected by NASA in 1962 to join the Gemini program.