Gemini 12 was the tenth and final flight of the Gemini series, which bridged the Mercury and Apollo programs. This mission was scheduled to perform rendezvous and docking with the Agena target ... vehicle, to conduct three extravehicular activity (EVA) operations, and to conduct a tethered station keeping exercise. There were also 14 scientific, medical, and technological experiments on board. The successfully performed scientific experiments were (1) frog egg growth under zero-g, (2) synoptic terrain photography, (3) synoptic weather photography, (4) nuclear emulsions, (5) airglow horizon photography, (6) UV astronomical photography, and (7) dim sky photography. Two micrometeorite collection experiments, as well as three space phenomena photography experiments, were not fully completed. There were fuel cell and attitude control thruster problems during the mission, which was otherwise highly successful. Reentry was accomplished after 59 orbits, with the spacecraft under automatic control. It landed within 4.8 km of the intended impact point on november 15, 1966.