"Gemini XII, Agena rendez-vous", original NASA printed photograph for OMEGA watches. Gemini XII was designed to perform rendez-vous and docking with the Agena target vehicle, to conduct three Extravehicular Activity operations: to conduct a tethered stationkeeping exercise, to perform docked maneuvers using the Agena propulsion system to change orbit, and demonstrate an automatic reentry.
On the 21th of July 1969, during the Apollo XI mission, Neil Armstrong & Edwin Aldrin walked for the first time on the Moon with an Omega Speedmaster on their wrists. As official NASA supplier, Omega received the right to use the famous photographs of the Lunar Mission. We are pleased to present the original printed set of 21 photographs, printed in 1969, for Omega watches.
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