Pouch, Cable, Gemini 10
- One of these pouches, used to store cables, was removed from the Gemini 10 spacecraft after flight and was stored at the spacecraft manufacturer, McDonnell Aircraft Corporation.
- Gemini 10 was launched on July 18, 1966, for a 3-day mission. Commander John Young and pilot Michael Collins orbited the Earth 43 times. On the third orbit, Gemini 10 made a successful rendezvous and docking with the Agena 10 target. After undocking with Agena 10, the Gemini crew rendezvoused with Agena 8 without the use of radar. During the second of two EVA's, Collins used a hand-held maneuvering unit to fly to Agena 8, where he recovered a scientific package. Gemini 10 marked the first flight to rendezvous with two different target vehicles.
- In 1968 the two were sent to the Smithsonian with a large number of Gemini parts.
- Credit Line
- Transferred from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration through McDonnell Aircraft Corp.
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- Synthetic fabric (Vinyl), plastic, brass, Velcro, aluminum, nylon
- 3-D: 33 x 16.5 x 4.4cm (13 x 6 1/2 x 1 3/4 in.)
- Country of Origin
- United States of America
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- National Air and Space Museum
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