Gemini Titan 10 Mission Emblem
April 14, 2003
Color design of the emblem of the Gemini 10 space flight. Roman numeral indicates the tenth flight in the Gemini series. The two spacecraft and their orbital paths symbolize the rendezvous and docking mission of the Gemini and Agena. Astronauts John Young and Michael Collins launched with Gemini 10 on July 18, 1966. 5:20:26.648 pm EST. Their primary objective was to rendezvous and dock with Gemini Agena target vehicle. Young and Collins spent 22 days, 46 hours, 46 minutes, and 39 seconds in space, during which time they completed 43 orbits around the Earth.
Topics: Gemini 10, Agena target vehicle, Gemini program, RM-81 Agena, Gemini 1, Gemini 12, Space rendezvous, Michael Collins, John Young, Gemini 8