American manned spacecraft module. Study 1967. Calculated mass based on mission requirements, drawing of spacecraft.
Crew Size: 2. Habitable Volume: 2.55 m3. Structure: 573 kg (1,263 lb). Heat shield: 221 kg (487 lb). Reaction Control System: 121 kg (266 lb). Recovery Equipment: 124 kg (273 lb). Navigation Equipment: 118 kg (260 lb). Electrical Equipment: 146 kg (321 lb). Communications Systems: 194 kg (427 lb). Crew Seats and Provisions: 413 kg (910 lb). Crew: 144 kg (317 lb). Miscellaneous Contingency: 123 kg (271 lb). Environmental Control System: 150 kg (330 lb).
AKA: Reentry Module.
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Gross mass: 2,386 kg (5,260 lb).
Height: 3.35 m (10.99 ft).
Diameter: 2.32 m (7.61 ft).
Gemini Lunar Lander American manned lunar lander. Study 1961. A direct lunar lander design of 1961, capable of being launched to the moon in a single Saturn V launch through use of a 2-man Gemini re-entry vehicle instead of the 3-man Apollo capsule. More...
Gemini Lunar Surface Rescue Spacecraft American manned lunar lander. Study 1966. This version of Gemini would allow a direct manned lunar landing mission to be undertaken in a single Saturn V flight, although it was only proposed as an Apollo rescue vehicle. More...
Gemini Lunar Surface Survival Shelter American manned lunar habitat. Study 1967. Prior to an Apollo moon landing attempt, the shelter would be landed, unmanned, near the landing site of a stranded Apollo Lunar Module. More...
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