This is my first Gemini Replica and Titan II Replica.Pls Enjoy it :).
American intercontinental ballistic orbital launch vehicle. Version for launch of Gemini manned spacecraft. Developed in parallel with ICBM version. Differed in having redundancy features in systems and MDS (Malfunction Detection System) installed.
Status: Retired 1966. First Launch: 1964-04-08. Last Launch: 1966-11-11. Number: 12 . Payload: 3,600 kg (7,900 lb). Thrust: 2,090.00 kN (469,850 lbf). Gross mass: 150,530 kg (331,860 lb). Height: 32.80 m (107.60 ft). Diameter: 3.05 m (10.00 ft). Apogee: 300 km (180 mi).
Modifications to Titan II for use as the Gemini Launch Vehicle included:
Malfunction detection system added to detect and transmit booster performance information to the crew.
Back-up flight control system added to provide a secondary system if primary system fails.
Radio guidance substituted for inertial guidance.
Retro and vernier rockets deleted.
New second stage equipment truss added.
New second stage forward oxidizer skirt assembly added.
Trajectory tracking requirements simplified.
Electrical hydraulic and instrument systems modified.
Gemini Launch vehicle program management for NASA was under the direction of the Space Systems Division of the Air Force System Command.
LEO Payload: 3,600 kg (7,900 lb) in 1965 dollars. Flyaway Unit Cost 1985$: 3.158 million.
Ignore the stages next to the last stage of the rocket.took 2 days of making pls upvote.
As you see the Gemini is oversized and this is not 100 percent accurate.
AG1+Full Throttle=Launch Abort System
- Predecessor: [ICBM] Titan II (LGM-25C)
- Created On: Windows
- Game Version: 0.6.9.2
- Price: $28,283k
- Number of Parts: 202
- Dimensions: 35m x 4m x 4m
- Total Delta V: 69,799m/s
- Total Thrust: 11.1MN
- Engines: 9
- Wet Mass: 93,668kg
- Dry Mass: -1,237,410kg