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Gemini Missions Featuring The NASA Gemini Program and Neil Armstrong Be sure to check out all our NASA Space History DVDS in our Store (Links open in a window) 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: To subject man and equipment to space flight up to two weeks in duration. To rendezvous and dock with orbiting vehicles and to maneuver the docked combination by using the target vehicle's propulsion system; To perfect methods of entering the atmosphere and landing at a preselected point on land. Its goals were also met, with the exception of a land landing, which was cancelled in 1964. 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: Please visit Our About Me Page to Learn More about Us! This product is a DVD. It is region so it can play on DVD players anywhere in the world. All our DVDs are professionally produced and packaged in DVD cases. This allows you to easily store them with your DVD collection. Our DVDs are designed to play on all home DVD players and all computer DVD players. They are region free, NTSC productions. Please be aware that in many instances, the master films of these old films are not of the same quality as a modern mega-million dollar production and from time to time, you may notice small quality imperfections that you would not see in a modern production. View Our Other Products: To view a listing of all our hundreds of products currently available, click the link below: View All Products<-- (Note: This will open a browser window. ) and Handling: We offer a variety of options via USPS. All options/shipping fees for your country are detailed in the listing tab or when you check out. We ship in the United States and many international locations. A special note to our international customers: We only charge costs on our items (and fees from the US are regrettably really that expensive.) We do not collect customs or any other country specific duties. Any such fees owed are your responsibility when the item arrives at your location. is generally completed within one business day of purchase. Payment options: Our payment processor is PayPal Guarantee : All items are covered by a 30 day money back guarantee. Only the purchase price is refunded. is not refunded. Item must be sent back at buyer's expense and buyer must include the auction ID and method of payment with the item to receive a refund. xygooberpie123 Feedback: We give positive feedback to all our paying customers at the time your product is shipped. To purchase your DVD for immediate delivery, just click on the Buy It Now button at the bottom of the page. Product and Product Advertisement Copyright THA Media LLC - All Rights Reserved

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NASA Gemini Space Mission History & Neil Armstrong DVD - A263

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nasa gemini space mission history amp neil armstrong dvd a263



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