Gemini 7 was a 1965 crewed spaceflight in NASA's Gemini program. It was the fifth crewed Gemini flight, the thirteenth crewed American spaceflight, and the twenty-first crewed spaceflight including Soviet flights and X-15 flights above the Kármán line.
"Gemini 7 was to be a two-week mission with mostly medical experiments being conducted. Therefore, we wanted an insignia that would signify medicine and endurance, much like a long-distance runner... The artwork on the Gemini 7 patch was done by NASA artists."
-Jim Lovell, from All We Did Was Fly To the Moon
Dimensions: 3.25" all around