Gemini Titan 12 Mission Emblem
April 15, 2003
Insignia of the Gemini 12 space flight. Astronauts James A. Lovell and Edwin Aldrin piloted the Gemini 12 spacecraft into space on Nov 11, 1966 3:46:33.419 pm EST. Their primary object was rendezvous and docking and to evaluate EVA. Secondary objective included: Tethered vehicle operation, perform 14 experiments, rendezvous and dock in 3rd revolution, demonstrate automatic reentry. The astronauts were in space 3 Days, 22 hours, 34 min, 31 seconds, during which time they completed 59 Earth orbits.
Topics: Gemini 12, Gemini program, Buzz Aldrin, Environment, James A. Lovell, Edwin Aldrin, Gemini 1, Space rendezvous, Gemini 7, Jim Lovell, Project Gemini