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Photo-s66-50749
GEMINI11 Shuttle Mission Imagery
The Gemini-11 spaceflight
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S66-50749 (15 Sept. 1966) --- The Gemini-11 spaceflight is concluded as the Gemini-11 spacecraft, with astronauts Charles Conrad Jr., command pilot, and Richard F. Gordon Jr., pilot, aboard, touches down in the Atlantic Ocean 1.5-2 statute miles from the prime recovery ship, USS Guam. Gemini-11 splashed down at 9 a.m. (EST), Sept. 15, 1966, to conclude a three-day mission in space. Photo credit: NASA

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