Glove, Left, Gemni, G4-C, Gemini 6, Stafford, Flown

Glove, Left, Gemni, G4-C, Gemini 6, Stafford, Flown

     

This glove is part of the pair worn by astronaut Tom Stafford, Pilot of the Gemini 6 mission in December 1965. The mission was a 14 day orbital mission during which Gemini 7 and Gemini 6 performed successful rendezvous maneuvers and proved that man could live and work in space for an extended period of time.

G4-C gloves were constructed in a very similar fashion to both the G3-C and G5-C gloves: HT nylon, a strap and buckle adjustment around the wrist and palm, and the red and blue anodized aluminum wrist disconnects. There is a steel palm bar in between the layers of the gloves. There are finger lights and a small battery pack to facilitate visibility during periods of darkness.

The NASA - Manned Spacecraft Center transferred the gloves to the Museum in 1968.

Transferred from NASA

Country of Origin
United States of America

Manufacturer
David Clark Company, Inc.
Astronaut
Thomas P. Stafford

Type
PERSONAL EQUIPMENT-Handwear

Materials
Exterior: HT Nylon, polyester, steel
Interior: Neoprene-coated nylon
Wrist disconnects: Anodized aluminum
Dimensions
3-D: 27.3 x 10.2 x 10.2cm (10 3/4 x 4 x 4 in.)

This glove is part of the pair worn by astronaut Tom Stafford, Pilot of the Gemini 6 mission in December 1965. The mission was a 14 day orbital mission during which Gemini 7 and Gemini 6 performed successful rendezvous and docking maneuvers and proved that man could live and work in space for an extended period of time.

G4-C gloves were constructed in a very similar fashion to both the G3-C and G5-C gloves: HT nylon, a strap and buckle adjustment around the wrist and palm, and the red and blue anodized aluminum wrist disconnects. There is a steel palm bar in between the layers of the gloves. There are finger lights and a small battery pack to facilitate visibility during periods of darkness.

The NASA - Manned Spacecraft Center transferred the gloves to the Museum in 1968.

This glove is part of the pair worn by astronaut Tom Stafford, Pilot of the Gemini 6 mission in December 1965. The mission was a 14 day orbital mission during which Gemini 7 and Gemini 6 performed successful rendezvous maneuvers and proved that man could live and work in space for an extended period of time.

G4-C gloves were constructed in a very similar fashion to both the G3-C and G5-C gloves: HT nylon, a strap and buckle adjustment around the wrist and palm, and the red and blue anodized aluminum wrist disconnects. There is a steel palm bar in between the layers of the gloves. There are finger lights and a small battery pack to facilitate visibility during periods of darkness.

The NASA - Manned Spacecraft Center transferred the gloves to the Museum in 1968.

Transferred from NASA

Country of Origin
United States of America

Manufacturer
David Clark Company, Inc.
Astronaut
Thomas P. Stafford

Type
PERSONAL EQUIPMENT-Handwear

Materials
Exterior: HT Nylon, polyester, steel
Interior: Neoprene-coated nylon
Wrist disconnects: Anodized aluminum
Dimensions
3-D: 27.3 x 10.2 x 10.2cm (10 3/4 x 4 x 4 in.)

This glove is part of the pair worn by astronaut Tom Stafford, Pilot of the Gemini 6 mission in December 1965. The mission was a 14 day orbital mission during which Gemini 7 and Gemini 6 performed successful rendezvous and docking maneuvers and proved that man could live and work in space for an extended period of time.

G4-C gloves were constructed in a very similar fashion to both the G3-C and G5-C gloves: HT nylon, a strap and buckle adjustment around the wrist and palm, and the red and blue anodized aluminum wrist disconnects. There is a steel palm bar in between the layers of the gloves. There are finger lights and a small battery pack to facilitate visibility during periods of darkness.

The NASA - Manned Spacecraft Center transferred the gloves to the Museum in 1968.

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