The Gemini missions, each composed of a two person crew, were the “bridge to Apollo,” between the one-man Mercury missions and the three-man Apollo missions that ultimately achieved the goal of landing an American on the Moon and returning him safely to earth. The successful Lunar landings would not have been possible without the experience gained by the astronauts during the ten Gemini missions from 1965-1966. Long duration missions, orbital rendezvous and docking, and Extra Vehicular Activities (EVAs) or spacewalks to test the people, machines, and equipment necessary to get to the Moon and back were all first performed during the Gemini Program.
Apollospace provides several ways to view and download these images: online as full-screen web-quality images; free high-resolution digital downloads by mission and/or magazine (Hasselblad camera film cartridge); and even higher resolution images on tangible media. Whether browsing the images online, downloading, or our mission media collections, Apollospace offers the highest quality, fully processed, restored, corrected, and enhanced Apollo era photographs available. Apollospace is the source for the best Apollo era flight images available. See our Apollospace Image Process page.
To enjoy the full screen online versions of these amazing images individually, or as slide shows, just click on the Gemini mission pages. For higher resolution images, click the link on the individual mission pages to download the complete image catalog.
The Apollospace Gemini Mission Flight Photographs found on this site are arranged by specific mission pages. 3001 in-flight photographs were taken by astronauts during the Gemini Program, primarily with Hasselblad cameras.
Click on a mission patch below to view the Gemini Mission pages:
Please note that Gemini Mission flight image collections are in the process being restored. Available now are: Gemini 3, Gemini 6, and Gemini 8 missions. Other Gemini Missions will be added in the near future.