printed on paper label on support reverse u.l.: 2 / a new altitude record, 845 miles, was set by the two astro- / nauts Charles Conrad, Jr. and Richard F. Gordon, on the / (...illeg.) 11 flight during September 12-15, 1966. (On the / previous flight, Gemini 10, the astronaut Michael Collins happened to lose his Hasselblad SWC when taking / a walk in space. This is the wide-angle camera, which is / still orbiting the earth.) The Hasselblad SWC, with Zeiss / Biogon f.4.5/38mm lens, was also used on the Gemini 11 / flight. The photographs taken were of fine quality and NASA, which has extremely high photographic standards, / considered that fully 98% of them were good. The above / shot was taken when the spacecraft was almost over India. / Cloud formations can be seen near India's coastline, and / to the right is Ceylon. Note that the nose-cone and antenna of / the spacecraft in the foreground. The Hasselblad cameras, the 500 C and the wide angle SWC, were used in the Gemini flights.