Helmet, GH-4-C, Young, Gemini 10
- David Clark Company, Inc.
- John W. Young
- This G4-C helmet is part of the equipment worn by astronaut John Young, Command Pilot of the Gemini 10 mission in July, 1966.
- The helmet was constructed of fiberglass and epoxy resin and was molded to fit directly into the neck bearing disconnect. A Plexiglas visor, capable of being raised for access, was attached with pivots, and when lowered into pressure sealing position, it locked in place with a latch. Communication devices with suede-covered ear pads were incorporated into the helmet.
- Transferred from NASA - Manned Spacecraft Center in 1968.
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- Transferred from NASA - Manned Spacecraft Center
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- Usage conditions apply
- PERSONAL EQUIPMENT-Helmets & Headwear
- Shell: High impact plastic, rubber
- Visor: Polycarbonate
- Fittings: Aluminum, steel, polyester, nylon, Velcro
- Fiberglas/epoxy resin; Velcro, Nopcofoam (rigid polyurethane foam), neoprene, sheepskin (chamois), silicone rubber, Teflon, polyester, aluminum, steel, rubber
- 3-D: 27.9 x 30.5 x 29.2cm (11 x 12 x 11 1/2 in.)
- Country of Origin
- United States of America
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- National Air and Space Museum
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- Not determined
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