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Description of Gemini Experiments, Flights GT-3 through GT-7, Gemini Systems Engineering Directorate, Office Of Manned Space Flight

Author Name    Gemini Systems Engineering Directorate, Office Of Manned Space Flight

Title   Description of Gemini Experiments, Flights GT-3 through GT-7

Binding   Softcover

Book Condition   Very Good with no dust jacket

Edition   1st Edition

Publisher   Washington DC. Washington DC NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration 1964

Seller ID   23772

This is a stapled oblong gray-green booklet. Several notes are jotted on the front cover, by different hands. Binding is tight, pages are clean. . This is an early report on the Gemini program, focussing on the planned experiments to be conducted. The experiments are described only, no results are here given. The printed date on the booklet is April 13, 1964, which precedes by some months the Gemini GT-3 through GT-7 flights. Stapled to the title page are two documents. The first is from William C. Schneider, Deputy Director of the Gemini Program, and is dated May 12, 1964. The letter notes that this is a preliminary plan and solicits recommended changes, comments, or corrections. The distribution list for the report appears at the bottom of the letter; all together 260 copies were distributed (including 5 copies to Werner von Braun). The second document is a one page 8.5 x 14 inch yellowed photocopy of the Experiment Schedule, with a 8/14/64 and other notes handwritten on the photocopy. The schedule includes the source of each experiment: the Department of Defense, several NASA departments, and several others. Scarce even without the additional documents, this is a unique piece of early NASA and space exploration history. . Oblong 8vo 8" to 9" tall. 79 pages. D0

Gemini Experiments Space Program Gemini Experiments U. S. Space Program

Price = 500.00 USD

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