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    Gemini 11 Flown Heat Shield Plug in Lucite Display. A section, 0.75" square x 1.75", sealed in a 3" diameter x 2.5" tall Lucite cylinder with "GEMINI XI/ SEPT. 12-15, 1966" engraved on the bottom. Gemini 11, with crewmembers Pete Conrad and Dick Gordon, accomplished a rendezvous and docking with an Agena Target Vehicle immediately after attaining orbit, testing a procedure that the Apollo moon missions would later need to execute. With original box. Pristine condition. From the collection George F. MacDougall, a NASA Gemini Project Control Manager and aeronautical engineer.

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    May, 2012
    12th Saturday
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