Space Rocket History #85 – Gemini XI With Charles (Pete) Conrad and Richard Gordon – Part 3

September 6, 2018 @ 9:08 am

The rotation rate checked out at 55 degrees per minute, and the crew could now test for a minute amount of artificial gravity. When they put a camera against the instrument panel and then let it go, it moved in a straight line to the rear of the cockpit and parallel to the direction of the tether. The crew, themselves, did not sense any physiological effect of gravity.

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