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Revell - 1/24 - Gemini Space Module Classic Series

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Revell - 1/24 - Gemini Space Module Classic Series

Revell - 1/24 - Gemini Space Module Classic Series

  • Brand: Revell
  • MPN: Revell RV00028
  • Part #: MDLREV1100028
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  • Scale:1/24
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From 1965 until the end of 1966 the U.S. Space Agency NASA tested the technology and processes required in Space for a manned Lunar landing and return to Earth. During this period they launched ten manned and two unmanned missions using the "Gemini" space craft. In addition to controlled re-entry, the first changes in position and orbit, long-duration flights, docking manoeuvres and "Space Walk" missions were undertaken. A modified two-stage Titan II launch vehicle from the U.S. Air Force was used to launch of the 3.5-ton spacecraft. In the case of an aborted launch or an accident during landing, the astronauts were able to catapult themselves out of the capsule using their ejection seats. The Astronaut's pro­tective suit consisted of 23 layers of fabric and weighed 13 kilograms. Out of a pool of 30 NASA astronauts, the experienced aviator Virgil I"Gus" Grissom was chosen to be "Mission Commander" and John W. Young to be the pilot of the first manned flight of the "Gemini" program. After a four-hour flight on 23 March 1965 the capsule "Molly Brown" from "Gemini 3" landed safely in the Atlantic Ocean.

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Model-details:

Historical Revell Model Kit
Detailed Interior of the Command Module
Two Astronaut figures
Moving entry hatch
Retro Module with control jets
Supply Module with cooling unit and oxygen tanks
Battery box and Electronics unit
External control jets
Display stand
Decals for lettering and markings

Manufacturer Part No: Revell RV00028 Brand: Revell Product Type: - 1/24
UPC - Product Family: - Shipping Weight: 1 kg
PB Part No: MDLREV1100028 Product Model: -

Warranty: 12 months local warranty *
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Revell - 1/24 - Gemini Space Module Classic Series

  • Brand: Revell
  • MPN: Revell RV00028
  • Part #: MDLREV1100028
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PB Tech price: $56.28 Excluding GSTPB Tech price:$64.72 Including GST
Date Created: 02:13, 18-01-2020
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From 1965 until the end of 1966 the U.S. Space Agency NASA tested the technology and processes required in Space for a manned Lunar landing and return to Earth. During this period they launched ten manned and two unmanned missions using the "Gemini" space craft. In addition to controlled re-entry, the first changes in position and orbit, long-duration flights, docking manoeuvres and "Space Walk" missions were undertaken. A modified two-stage Titan II launch vehicle from the U.S. Air Force was used to launch of the 3.5-ton spacecraft. In the case of an aborted launch or an accident during landing, the astronauts were able to catapult themselves out of the capsule using their ejection seats. The Astronaut's pro­tective suit consisted of 23 layers of fabric and weighed 13 kilograms. Out of a pool of 30 NASA astronauts, the experienced aviator Virgil I"Gus" Grissom was chosen to be "Mission Commander" and John W. Young to be the pilot of the first manned flight of the "Gemini" program. After a four-hour flight on 23 March 1965 the capsule "Molly Brown" from "Gemini 3" landed safely in the Atlantic Ocean.

Specifications

Model-details:

Historical Revell Model Kit
Detailed Interior of the Command Module
Two Astronaut figures
Moving entry hatch
Retro Module with control jets
Supply Module with cooling unit and oxygen tanks
Battery box and Electronics unit
External control jets
Display stand
Decals for lettering and markings

Date Created: 02:13, 18-01-2020
Product URL: https://www.pbtech.co.nz/product/MDLREV1100028/Revell---124---Gemini-Space-Module-Classic-Series
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