The first spacecraft to ever be flown twice. Gemini 2 was first flown as the last uncrewed test of the Gemini program, on January 19, 1965. The capsule was then refitted with a refurbishable heat shield that had a hatchway cut in the rear to allow military astronauts access to the Manned Orbiting Laboratory (MOL)immediately behind. This test of the capsule and its new heat shield occurred on November 3, 1966. This spacecraft is displayed so that the heatshield and hatch are easily visible, as are the military markings on the side, the only American spacecraft to fly bearing such an insignia.
- Flight Test
- Gemini 2
- Cape Canaveral Space Force Museum, Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Florida