Glove, Right, G4-C, Gemini 10, Collins, Flown
- David Clark Company, Inc.
- Michael Collins
- This glove is part of the pair worn by Michael Collins, pilot of the Gemini 10 flight in July, 1966. The orbital mission called for capturing an Agena, using the Agena engine to propel the Gemini craft into a higher orbit, examination of the Agena used during the Gemini 8 mission, and a spacewalk.
- G4-C gloves were constructed of HT nylon, a strap and buckle adjustment around the wrist and palm, and the red and blue anodized aluminum wrist disconnects. There is a steel palm bar in between the layers of the gloves. Finger lights on first and second finger, with battery pack pocket on upper surface.
- Transferred to the National Air and Space Museum from NASA - Manned Spacecraft Center in 1968
- Credit Line
- Transferred from NASA, Manned Spacecraft Center.
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- PERSONAL EQUIPMENT-Handwear
- Exterior: HT Nylon, polyester, steel
- Interior: Neoprene-coated nylon
- Wrist disconnects: Anodized aluminum
- 3-D: 27.9 x 11.4 x 11.4cm (11 x 4 1/2 x 4 1/2 in.)
- Country of Origin
- United States of America
- National Air and Space Museum
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