History: The Titan II GLV was used to launch all twelve flights of the Gemini program. Adapted from the Titan II ICBM, this human-rated version carried ten two-person crews into space from 1965 to 1966. Gemini bridged the gap between the pioneering flights of Mercury and the moon landings of Apollo by testing rendezvous, docking, and the logistics of multi-day missions. The rocket consists of two ten foot wide stages; the first stage was powered by an LR-87 engine and the second stage an LR-91. The spacecraft also has 2 sections: the adapter module and the capsule. The former carried life support and propulsion systems, the latter accommodated the astronauts.


Part Count: 211


Scale: 1:110 


Dimensions: (Length x Width x Height): 3 cm x 3 cm x 30.2 cm


Features: The model's scale is the same as LEGO’s official Saturn V kit, and can separate into all 4 aforementioned sections. The capsule can also be displayed at different stages of the mission. An accurate roll pattern and color scheme is present on the model. 


Disclaimer: This purchase is for the building instructions in a pdf format and an xml file containing the list of parts which can then be uploaded to Bricklink.

Titan II GLV