Gemini VI-A and Gemini VII - Giclee PrintPlease 11 x 14,
When the first Agena Target Vehicle exploded during launch, the Gemini VI mission was left without a rendezvous target. It was soon determined however that the following Gemini VII spacecraft would make a good substitute. Gemini VII launched first. Part of its mission was to spend enough time in space to simulate a journey to the moon and back. On December 15, 1965 the renamed Gemini VI-A launched. After achieving orbit the spacecraft was able to locate and maneuver to rendezvous with Gemini VII. The two craft maintained station for 5 hours coming as close as 30 cm. This was the first time two spacecraft had flown so close together in space and confirmed the feasibility of the docking maneuvers that would be required for a journey to the moon.
The Matt Size for the 11" x 14" is 13" x 16"
Prints are signed by the artist and feature an extra 1" border to allow for matting and framing
Note the images shown may contain a copyright or watermark. This is not present on the actual print
About Giclees: In giclee printing, no screen or other mechanical devices are used and therefore there is no visible dot screen pattern. The image has all the tonalities and hues of the original painting. Giclees are regarded as superior to lithographs