The Saturn V Rocket
Title:
The Saturn V Rocket
Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
The Saturn V Rocket on display near Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space Center, FL.


Mercury-Redstone Space Vehicle
Title:
Mercury-Redstone Space Vehicle
Atlantic Missile Range Florida (FL), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
The United States' first manned spaceflight was made by Cdr. Alan B. Shepard aboard a National Aeronautics and Space Administration Mercury-Redstone space vehicle on May 5, 1961, on the Air Force Missile Test Center's Atlantic Missile Range.



ATLAS Intercontinental Ballistic Missile at Cape Canaveral
Title:
ATLAS Intercontinental Ballistic Missile at Cape Canaveral
Cape Canaveral Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
The mighty ATLAS Intercontinental Ballistic Missile gleams in the bright Florida sunshine at the Air Force Missile Test Center's launching site, Cape Canaveral, Florida as it is prepared for its flight through space down the Atlantic Missile Range.


Space Shuttle Orbiter "Columbia" and 747 Shuttle Carrier Aircraft
Title:
Space Shuttle Orbiter "Columbia" and 747 Shuttle Carrier Aircraft
Chrome unused



First Launch of Space Shuttle Columbia
Title:
First Launch of Space Shuttle Columbia
Cape Canaveral Florida (FL), Chrome PM Mar-13

Description:
Columbia Flies. Seconds past scheduled launch time of 7 a.m. on April 12, 1981, America's Space Transportation System becomes a fact, with the liftoff of the first Space Shuttle from Launch Pad 39A. K.S.C.


Space Shuttle STS-91/Discovery Patch
Title:
Space Shuttle STS-91/Discovery Patch
Continental Chrome unused



Johnson Space Center, NASA's Women Astronauts
Title:
Johnson Space Center, NASA's Women Astronauts
Houston Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
NASA Sporting their new shuttle-type constant-wear garments, these six women astronauts post for a picture in the crew system laboratory at the Johnson Space Center (JSC). Kneeling are, left to right: Sally K Ride and Margaret R. (Rhea) Seddon. Standing, left to right are: Kathryn D. Sullivan, Shannon W. Lucid, Anne L. Fisher and Judith A. Resnick.


STS-7 Onboard Scene
Title:
STS-7 Onboard Scene
Chrome unused

Description:
NASA Among the firsts on STS-7 is this unprecedented scene of a crew of five astronauts aboard the Space Shuttle Challenger in Space. Left to right on the flight deck are Norman K. Thegard, Robert L. Crippen, Frederick H. Hauck, Sally K. Ride and John M. Fabian.



Apollo-Soyuz Test Project - July 1975
Title:
Apollo-Soyuz Test Project - July 1975
Continental Chrome unused


Space Shuttle Orbiter/747
Title:
Space Shuttle Orbiter/747
Continental Chrome unused



Skylab 4 Liftoff
Title:
Skylab 4 Liftoff
Continental Chrome unused


The "Enterprise" Riding Piggyback Atop NASA "905"-Johnson Space Center
Title:
The "Enterprise" Riding Piggyback Atop NASA "905"-Johnson Space Center
Houston Texas (TX), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
This photograph shows the "Enterprise" riding piggyback atop NASA "905" prior to separation for the first tail-cone-off free-flight. Gliding to a smooth landing after a spectacular 2 1/2 minute flight, it marked the fourth in the test series.



NASA's Kennedy Space Center
Title:
NASA's Kennedy Space Center
Cocoa Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
Astronauts starting their journey into space - walking to elevator in service tower prior to orbital mission.


Saturn Rocket
Title:
Saturn Rocket
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
NASA'S Saturn undergoes pre-launch checkout at the John F. Kennedy Space Center. The Saturn is the free-world's largest space booster developing a million and a half pounds of thrust.



Commander Scott Carpenter
Title:
Commander Scott Carpenter
Chrome

Description:
Astronaut, dressed in space suit, preparatory to America's second manned orbital flight, May 24, 1962.


Navy Lieutenant Commander Scott Carpenter
Title:
Navy Lieutenant Commander Scott Carpenter
Chrome

Description:
NASA in space suit prior to entering his spacecraft Aurora 7. On May 24, 1962 he successfully orbited the earth three times.



U.S. Astronaut John H. Glenn, Jr.
Title:
U.S. Astronaut John H. Glenn, Jr.
Chrome unused

Description:
U.S. Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel John H. Glenn Jr. was born July 18, 1921, in Cambridge, Ohio. Glenn was the pilot for the Mercury-Atlas 6 orbital space flight on February 20, 1962. Launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, he completed a successful three-orbit mission around the earth, reaching a maximum altitude (apogee) of approximately 162 statute miles and an orbital velocity of approximately 17,500 miles per hour. Glenn's "Friendship 7" Mercury spacecraft landed in an area in the Atlantic approximately 800 miles southeast of Cape Canaveral in the vicinity of Grand Turk Island. He landed 41 miles west and 19 miles north of the planned impact point. The time of the flight from launch to impact was 4 hours, 55 minutes, and 23 seconds.


John H. Glenn, Jr.
Title:
John H. Glenn, Jr.
Chrome

Description:
Lieut. Colonel, USMC - The first American Astronaut to orbit the earth. The three-orbit voyage was made in Friendship 7, seen in the background. The Mercury capsule, atop an Atlas Missile, was put into historic orbital flight from Cape Canaveral, Florida on February 20, 1962 at 9:47 a.m. EST.



US Astronaut M. Scott Carpenter
Title:
US Astronaut M. Scott Carpenter
Boulder Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
US Navy Lieutenant Commander M. Scott Carpenter was born May 1, 1925 in Boulder, Colorado. Carpenter was the pilot of the Mercury Atlas 7 orbital flight on May 24, 1962. Launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, he completed a successful three orbit space flight mission, reaching a maximum altitude (apogee) of 164 miles, and attaining an orbital velocity of 17,532 miles per hour. Carpenter's Aurora 7 Mercury spacecraft landed in an area in the Atlantic approximately 1,000 miles southeast of Cape Canaveral. the time of the flight from launch to impact was 4 hours, 53 minutes, and 47 seconds.


STS-13 Crew
Title:
STS-13 Crew
Chrome unused

Description:
Kennedy Space Center, Florida - The crew poses for an informal crew portrait. From left to right: Commander Bob Crippen, veteran Shuttle flyer after STS-1 and STS-7; Mission Specialist George Nelson; Pilot Dick Scobee; Mission Specialists James Van Hoften and Terry Hart. Action Packets, Inc.



STS-6 Crew
Title:
STS-6 Crew
Chrome unused

Description:
NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas - These four astronauts represent the first crew members to man the Space Shuttle Challenger when it launches from Launch Pad 39A to being STS-6 in early 1983. Seated are Paul J. Weitz (left), crew commander, and Karol J. Bobko, pilot. Standing are Donald H. Peterson, (left), and Story Musgrave, both mission specialists. They are pictured with a model of the Shuttle in launch configuration, the U.S. flag and their mission insignia.


Space Shuttle Challenger Crew Members
Title:
Space Shuttle Challenger Crew Members
Chrome

Description:
Space Shuttle Orbiter (Challenger) Crew Members ... Astronauts of the first five-member crew, for the seventh Space Orbital Flight (STS-7) are left to right first row: Sally K. Ride (Mission Specialist), Robert L. Crippen (Commander). Frederick H. Hauck, (Pilot); rear row: John M. Fabian (left) and Norman E. Thagard, (Mission Specialists). The 6 day mission performed in "almost flawless fashion" as it accomplished 96% of its objectives and there were far fewer "anomalies" than on any previous mission. The slight goof-up involved some brief, balky behavior by an auxiliary power unit(s) (APUS). The crew set out two commercial communication satellites, one Canadian, the other Indonesian. The Challenger crew members also activated other experiments of commercial value. June 18. 1983



Astronaut Joe H. Engel
Title:
Astronaut Joe H. Engel
Chrome unused

Description:
Commander - Columbia Space Shuttle, Flight II, November 12, 1981. Home Town: Chapman, Kansas


Four NASA Astronauts
Title:
Four NASA Astronauts
Chrome unused

Description:
NASA The four Shuttle Astronauts pictured are, from left to right, Lt. Col, Guion S. Bluford, Jr., Dr. Ronald E. McNair, Col. Fredrick D. Gregory and Major Charles F. Bolden, Jr.



STS-6 Astronaut Crew, Johnson Space Center
Title:
STS-6 Astronaut Crew, Johnson Space Center
Houston Texas (TX), Chrome

Description:
These four astronauts represent the first crew members to man the Space Shuttle Challenger when it launches from Launch Pad 39A to begin STS-6 in early 1983. Seated are Paul J. Weitz (left) Crew Commander, and Karol J. Bohko, Pilot. Standing are Donald H. Peterson (left) and Story Musgrave, both Mission Specialists. They are pictured with a model of the shuttle in launch configuration, the US flag and their mission insignia.


Launch of NASA Mercury Atlas 6
Title:
Launch of NASA Mercury Atlas 6
Chrome PM Sep-28

Description:
Curt Teich Co.



Marine Lieutenant Colonel John Glenn
Title:
Marine Lieutenant Colonel John Glenn
Chrome

Description:
In his space suit prior to his successful orbit of the earth in the Friendship 7, February 20, 1962.


Nasa's Apollo 8, Lunar Orbit
Title:
Nasa's Apollo 8, Lunar Orbit
Chrome unused

Description:
NASA'S - APOLLO 8 - LUNAR ORBIT JOHN F. KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLORIDA Astronauts Borman, Lovell and Anders, 1st men to orbit the Moon in December 1968.



One Small Step for Man...
Title:
One Small Step for Man...
Chrome unused

Description:
Neil Armstrong on the Moon.


U.S.S. Ticonderoga (CVS-14) - Apollo 17 Lunar Recovery Ship
Title:
U.S.S. Ticonderoga (CVS-14) - Apollo 17 Lunar Recovery Ship
Chrome unused



Balloon and Space Craft
Title:
Balloon and Space Craft
Boston Massachusetts (MA), Chrome unused

Description:
S. Fredman Museum of Science Science Park Boston, Massachusetts 02114 West Wing Showing from left to right: Hot Air Baloon, Mercury Spacecraft, Lunar Module, Scale Model Moon Globe.


Grand Floral Parade
Title:
Grand Floral Parade
Benton Harbor Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Blossomtime is celebrated in early May each year as the fruit trees blossom throughout Southwestern Michigan. The week-long festival is climaxed by the Grand Floral Parade with many excellent high school bands and colorful floats.



The original 7 astronauts selected by NASA
Title:
The original 7 astronauts selected by NASA
Chrome unused

Description:
From left to right, Navy Lt. Comm. Malcolm Scott Carpenter, Air Force Capt. Leroy Cooper, Jr., Marine Lt. Col. John Glenn, Jr., Air Force Capt. Virgil Grissom, Navy Lt. Comm. Walter Shirra Jr., Navy Lt. Comm. Alan Shepard, Jr., Air Force Major Donald Slayton. Central Florida Distributors, Inc.


Static Firing Test Tower, Marshall Space Flight Center
Title:
Static Firing Test Tower, Marshall Space Flight Center
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Saturn booster undergoes static firing at the NASA George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Alabama. The booster has been successfully static fired many times prior to the launching of the first Saturn from Cape Canaveral, Florida on October 27, 1961. The same tower has been used for Redstone and Jupiter programs. Static testing of a missile consists of locking the missile into place on the stand and firing it. The missile does not "take off", but as it strains against the mighty grip of the great tower its roaring engine can be studied for performance characteristics as if it were actually in flight



USSR
Title:
USSR
Moscow, Chrome

Description:
UA 9 HM QTs Temsk To radio WOHRH CFM our QSO on... 197... at....GMT CW/2way Ur sigs RST 569 on...mc Xmtr...wtts.TRcvt...tubes. Ant.... QTH....Zone....Region No.... Remarks.... 731 Op.... PSE-QSL vis P.O. Box 88, Moscow, USSR


John Glenn into Orbit, Feb. 20, 1962
Title:
John Glenn into Orbit, Feb. 20, 1962
Chrome

Description:
Actual launching at Cape Canaveral of MA-6, carrying Col. John Glenn in Friendship 7, on America's first orbital flight, February 20, 1962



John F. Kennedy Space Center, NASA
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center, NASA
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
Apollo/Saturn Facility Vehicle (500-F) The movement of the first fully integrated Apollo/Saturn V configuration from the Vehicle Assembly Building to Launch Pad A is a major milestone in the nation's commitment to a lunar expedition, and is the first full scale demonstration of the mobile launch concept


Saturn SA-5 Rocket 1964
Title:
Saturn SA-5 Rocket 1964
Chrome unused

Description:
The Saturn SA-5 is launched from Complex 37 at Cape Kennedy at 11:25 a.m. EST January 29, 1964. This is the first Saturn to carry a live second stage, and was placed in an earth orbit. The second stage weighed 38,000 pounds and was 80 feet in length



The First German Cosmonaut
Title:
The First German Cosmonaut
unused


Four Shuttle Astronauts
Title:
Four Shuttle Astronauts
Chrome unused

Description:
Lt. Col. Guion S. Bluford, Jr., Dr. Ronald E. McNair, Col. Frederick D. Gregory and Major Charles F. Bolden, Jr



The original 7 Astronauts selected by NASA
Title:
The original 7 Astronauts selected by NASA
John F. Kennedy Space Center NASA Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
From left to right, Navy Lt. Comm. Malcolm Scott Carpenter, Air Force Capt. Leroy Cooper Jr., Marine Lt. Col. John Glenn Jr., Air Force Capt. Virgil Grissom, Navy Lt. Comm. Walter Schirra Jr., Navy Lt. Comm. Alan Shepard, Jr., Air Force Major Donald Slayton


Kennedy Space Center Florida--Rollout of the Space Shuttle Columbia
Title:
Kennedy Space Center Florida--Rollout of the Space Shuttle Columbia
Florida (FL), Continental Chrome unused



Kennedy Space Center, Fla
Title:
Kennedy Space Center, Fla
Florida (FL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The third space shuttle vehicle (STS-3) thunders aloft on twin clouds of fire, beginning a planned week-long mission for Commander Jack Lousma and Pilot Gordon Fullerton. The reusable spacecraft Columbia began it's third trip into orbit at a fraction of a second before 11:00 a.m. EST on March 22, carrying an OSS-1 pallet of experiments to sense the orbiter's environment and observe the sun, two experiments for materials processing and two for studying plant-growth in zero-gravity, a "getaway special" canister and the remote manipulator system. Photo Credit - NASA


Dryden Flight Research Center The Orbiter Columbia Successfully Lands
Title:
Dryden Flight Research Center The Orbiter Columbia Successfully Lands
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
after completing its second mission in outer space



Navy Lieutenant Commander Scott Carpenter
Title:
Navy Lieutenant Commander Scott Carpenter
Chrome unused

Description:
Navy Lieutenant Commander Scott Carpenter in space suit prior to entering his spacecraft Aurora 7. On May 24, 1962 he successfully orbited the earth three times


Spaceship Friendship 7
Title:
Spaceship Friendship 7
Chrome unused

Description:
Lieutenant Colonel John Glenn shown entering his spacecraft Friendship 7 on February 20, 1962. On this historic occasion Colonel Glenn became the first US Astronaut to orbit the Earth



Wool Portraits of Astronauts
Title:
Wool Portraits of Astronauts
Chrome unused

Description:
America's first team of astronauts. Portraits in wool yarn by Miss Elizabeth LeFort, Canada's famed "Artist in Wool." Group is in order of flight


John F. Kennedy Space Center, NASA
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center, NASA
Chrome unused

Description:
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has assigned astronauts (L-R) Walter Cunningham, Lunar Module Pilot, Walter M. Schirra, Jr., Commander, and Donn F. Eisele, Command Module Pilot, as the prime crew for the first manned Apollo Mission, Apollo 7



US Astronaut Walter M. Schirra, Jr
Title:
US Astronaut Walter M. Schirra, Jr
Chrome unused

Description:
US Navy Commander Walter M. Schirra, Jr., was born March 12, 1923 in Hackensack, New Jersey. Schirra was the pilot of the Mercury Atlas 8 flight of "Sigma 7" on October 3, 1962. Launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, he completed a successful 6 orbit mission around the earth at an orbital velocity of approximately 17,560 miles an hour. Schirra's "Sigma 7" Mercury spacecraft made nearly a pinpoint landing as planned, in the vicinity of Midway Island. Time of the flight was 9 hours and 13 minutes


GM Mobility Test Article
Title:
GM Mobility Test Article
Chrome PM 1960

Description:
This is an artist's drawing of the six wheel General Motors built Mobility Test Article. The vehicle is being built by GM and tested by NASA. The concept will be used to design a vehicle for use on the moon. MSFC, at Redstone Arsenal, directs the work



Space Shuttle - Kennedy Space Center
Title:
Space Shuttle - Kennedy Space Center
Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
A timed night exposure of the space shuttle at launch pad 39A


Space Shuttle - Kennedy Space Center, Florida
Title:
Space Shuttle - Kennedy Space Center, Florida
Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
The space shuttle moves though the fog on its way down the 3.5 mile crawlerway enroute to launch pad 39A



Astronaut Scott in the Open Hatch of the Command Module "Gumdrop"
Title:
Astronaut Scott in the Open Hatch of the Command Module "Gumdrop"
Chrome PM 1971 Oct-16

Description:
APOLLO 9 EVA - Astronaut Schweickart too this photo from the porch of the "Spider" of Astronaut Scott standing in the open hatch of the Command Module "Gumdrop." Inside the "Spider" was Astronaut James A. McDivitt


Lieutenant Colonel John F. Glenn
Title:
Lieutenant Colonel John F. Glenn
Chrome unused

Description:
In his space helmet prior to entering Friendship 7, for his historic orbit around the earth Colourpicture Publishers, Inc



Enos the Astronaut Chimpanzee
Title:
Enos the Astronaut Chimpanzee
Chrome unused

Description:
Ready for blast-off. Enos rigidly sits at the controls of his space ship just before he blasted-off into the adventure and the dark and uncharted regions of outer space


The Thor Booster Rocket
Title:
The Thor Booster Rocket
Chrome unused

Description:
The Thor, the free world's first IRBM to become operational, is now in production as a "Booster" rocket for launching U. S. scientific satellites. Thor-Able was one of the early vehicle combinations that launched nose cones over intercontinental distances, sucessfully gathering vital re-entry data. Photo by U.S.A.F



Marshall Space Flight Center
Title:
Marshall Space Flight Center
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The first flight Saturn V booster is shown being hauled into a giant test stand at NASA-Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Alabama (Redstone Arsenal). The booster will be captive fired here. Stage's five F-1 engines produce 7.5 million pounds thrust. Color by NASA


Mercury Atlas Vehicle MA-7
Title:
Mercury Atlas Vehicle MA-7
Chrome unused

Description:
Being readied for launch. Aboard the spacecraft Aurora 7 is Navy Lieutenant Commander M. Scott Carpenter who orbited the Earth 3 times shortly after the taking of this picture on May 24, 1962



Mercury Redstone Launch Vehicle
Title:
Mercury Redstone Launch Vehicle
Chrome unused

Description:
Being readied for launch on May 5, 1961. Aboard the spacecraft Freedom 7 is Navy Commander Alan Shepard who on this day became the first US Astronaut in space


Tiros
Title:
Tiros
Chrome unused

Description:
The world's first meteorological satellite system was designed and built by RCA for NASA. Eight Tiros have been orbited, successfully fulfilling their missions. Over 325,000 TV photographs televised to earth by Tiros



The Triumph of Man
Title:
The Triumph of Man
Chrome unused

Description:
Edwin Aldrin's visor reflects his photographer Neil Armstrong, the Apollo 11 Lunar Module, and scientific equipment. It is impossible to see the astronaut's face. Instead he reflects symbols of the ingenuity and teamwork that allowed man to stand upon a planet beyond the Earth. Tranquility Base, the Moon, July 20, 1969. NASA Photo


Kennedy Space Center, Florida
Title:
Kennedy Space Center, Florida
Cape Canaveral Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
Challenger blasts off from Complex 39A to begin the STS-8 mission with the first nighttime launch of the Shuttle. August 30, 1983. Color Photo: NASA



Space Shuttle Enterprise
Title:
Space Shuttle Enterprise
Chrome unused

Description:
Space Shuttle "Enterprise" separates from NASA's 747 during approach and landing test V. KSC Tours, Visitor Center, TWA-810, Kennedy Space Center, FL 32899


A slightly used satellite
Title:
A slightly used satellite
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
NASA Dale Gardner, Joseph Allen show sign above item for sale: a slightly used satellite Mike Roberts



Extravehicular Activity
Title:
Extravehicular Activity
Chrome unused

Description:
Astronaut F. Story Musgrave moves along the hand rail system on the challenger's starboard side during the successful extravehicular activity of April 7, 1983. Photo was made from inside cabin by another crew member. Part of the right wing and orbital maneuvering system pod are visible


Kennedy Space Center
Title:
Kennedy Space Center
Cape Canaveral Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
NASA Challenger blasts off from Complex 39A to begin the STS-8 mission with the first nighttime launch of the shuttle. August 30, 1983



Apollo 17 Liftoff
Title:
Apollo 17 Liftoff
Chrome unused

Description:
The Apollo 17 space vehicle lifted off from Launch Complex 39 A, at 12:33 EST December 7, 1972 at the John F. Kennedy Space Center (NASA) in Florida


Challenger by floodlight on Pad 39A on the eve of the STS-7 mission
Title:
Challenger by floodlight on Pad 39A on the eve of the STS-7 mission
Chrome unused



Air Force Missile Test Center
Title:
Air Force Missile Test Center
Chrome unused

Description:
The Army's Redstone missile, which is test flown over the Air Force Missile Test Center's range, is being fueled at the launching site. The gantry service tower standing beside the missile is used in pre-flight preparation Dexter Press, Inc


Lunar Landing Mission
Title:
Lunar Landing Mission
Chrome unused

Description:
PROJECT APOLLO This project is concerned with the development of a three-man space craft for up to two weeks' orbit about the earth, flights around the moon, and manned lunar landing. This view shows an artist's conception of the lunar landing mission



A key shuttle payload is Spacelab Center
Title:
A key shuttle payload is Spacelab Center
Chrome unused

Description:
A multipurpose laboratory that will enable scientists to conduct experiments in the gravity-free environment of space. The lab is being produced by the European ?Space Agency (ESA), a consortium of European nations, in cooperation with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration


Apollo 17 liftoff
Title:
Apollo 17 liftoff
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
NASA John F. Kennedy Space Center, NASA. The Apollo 17 space vehicle lifted off from Launch Complex 39A at 12:33 EST Dec. 7th 1972



Apollo 17 on Launch Pad A
Title:
Apollo 17 on Launch Pad A
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
NASA First Apollo night launch December 7, 1972 Mike Roberts


Johnson Space Center
Title:
Johnson Space Center
Houston Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
STS-41C Astronaut Crew - These five astronauts represent the crew members of NASA's 41C (STS-13) space mission. Pictured in front of an extravehicular activity (EVA) scene with the Space Shuttle orbiter Challenger are (l-r): Robert L. Crippen, commander; Terry J. Hart, James D. van Hoften and George D. Nelson, all mission specialists; and Francis R. (Dick) Scobee, pilot



Space Shuttle Orbiter Discovery
Title:
Space Shuttle Orbiter Discovery
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
NASA Touches down on the KSC runway at the conclusion of the 51-D mission. The seven day flight included the successful deployment of the Telesat I and Syncom IV-3 satellites and operation of the Continuous Flow Electrophoresis System


Space Shuttle Orbiter Enterprise
Title:
Space Shuttle Orbiter Enterprise
Edward's Air Force Base California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
The Space Shuttle Orbiter Enterprise-setting atop its 747 carrier aircraft at Dryden Flight Research Facility, Edward's AFB, CA. The shuttle is lifted onto the 747 by using Dryden's mate/demate facility



Mission Specialist Bruce McCandless
Title:
Mission Specialist Bruce McCandless
Chrome unused

Description:
Kennedy Space Center, Fl... zips through space with his jet-powered backpack in this picture taken from the shuttle Challenger


Lunar Module Ascent Stage
Title:
Lunar Module Ascent Stage
Chrome unused

Description:
NASA John F. Kennedy Space Center, NASA. With a half Earth in the background, the lunar module ascent stage with moon-walking astronauts, Neil A. Armstrong and Edwin E. Aldrin, Jr., approaches for a rendezvous with Apollo 11 command module manned by Michael Collins Koppel Color Cards



Challenger blasting off
Title:
Challenger blasting off
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
Challenger blasts off from Complex 39A to begin the STS-8 mission with the first nighttime launch of the Shuttle. August 30, 1983


John F. Kennedy Space Center
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center
Cape Kennedy Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
Pre-launch preparations on the Atlas Centaur hours before lift-off from launch Complex 36 at Cape Kennedy. The Centaur launch vehicle will be used to place a soft-landing payload on the moon Koppel



Space Shuttle Enterprise on Launch Pad
Title:
Space Shuttle Enterprise on Launch Pad
Cape Canaveral Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
NASA The Space Shuttle "Enterprise" stands against the darkened Florida sky during testing of the high-intensity lighting systems


First Space Shuttle
Title:
First Space Shuttle
Chrome unused

Description:
Arriving at its launch site, Pad A at Complex 39 is the first Space Shuttle vehicle destined to fly in space



Astronaut Cmdr. Scott Carpenter
Title:
Astronaut Cmdr. Scott Carpenter
Chrome unused

Description:
Astronaut Scott Carpenter, dressed in space suit, preparatory to America's second manned orbital flight, May 24, 1962


View of Atlas and Friendship 7
Title:
View of Atlas and Friendship 7
Chrome PM 1962 Jul-4

Description:
Spacecraft which carried Lt. Col. John H. Glenn, Project Mercury Astronaut, on the first U.S. manned orbital flight February 20, 1962 Dexter



John F. Kennedy Space Center, N.A.S.A
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center, N.A.S.A
Chrome PM 1975

Description:
Skylab 2 rollout from V.A.B. to Complex 39B


Valentina Tereshkova--Russian Cosmonaut
Title:
Valentina Tereshkova--Russian Cosmonaut
Chrome

Description:
First woman in space



Apollo 8, Museum of Science and Industry
Title:
Apollo 8, Museum of Science and Industry
Chicago Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
APOLLO 8 - The actual command module that carried astronauts Lovell, Borman, and Anders on their historic moon orbital mission is part of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Space Exploration exhibit. Communications satellites and Col. Borman's spacesuit are also displayed


John F. Kennedy Space Center
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center
Chrome unused

Description:
Series 132874 The Apollo 17 crew pose on the Lunar Roving Vehicle. Apollo 17 Commander Eugene A. Cernan sits at the controls, Dr. Harrison "Jack" Schmitt left, and Command Module Pilot Donald A. Evans



Apollo XII Shoulder Patch
Title:
Apollo XII Shoulder Patch
Chrome unused

Description:
Mission members: Conrad, Gordon and Bean


Recovery After Splashdown
Title:
Recovery After Splashdown
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Series CC25926 Apollo 11 Moon Landing - July 20, 1969. Recovery Area in the Pacific Ocean, 900 miles south-west of Hawaii. The Apollo 11 astronauts prepare to be hoisted aboard recovery helicopter following their splashdown on July 24, 1969. After their successful lunar landing mission, the space pilots entered the Mobile Quarantine Facility aboard the USS Hornet.



Space Shuttle
Title:
Space Shuttle
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Series HSC/46FL-4021 This dramatic and unusual view of the orbiter Challenger space shuttle was provided by National Aeronautics and Space Administration


Entrance To Visitors Information Center, Kennedy Space Center
Title:
Entrance To Visitors Information Center, Kennedy Space Center
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
N. A. S. A



John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Chrome unused

Description:
Pre-launch preparations on the Atlas Centaur hours before lift-off from launch Complex 36at Cape Kennedy. The Centaur launch complex 36 at Cape Kennedy. The Centaur launch vehicle will be used to place a soft-landing payload on the moon


Hall Of Science Of The City Of N. Y
Title:
Hall Of Science Of The City Of N. Y
New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Rendezvous in Space. In the great Hall on the Upper Level of the Hall of Science is presented a dramatic and colorful motion picture accompanied by a simulated rendezvous of scale model space vehicles. Here is shown a Space Taxi docking with a Manned Orbiting Laboratory



Courier Communications Satellite
Title:
Courier Communications Satellite
Chrome unused

Description:
Courier communications-satellite, launched October 4, 1960, demonstrated the great potential of active repeaters in space. This gully instrumented back-up satellite is part of an historical exhibit in the Hall of Electricity, Museum of History and Technology, Smithsonian institution.


Enos The Astronaut Chimpanzee
Title:
Enos The Astronaut Chimpanzee
Chrome unused

Description:
Ready for blast-off. Enos rigidly sits at the controls of his space ship just before he blasted-of into adventure and the dark and uncharted regions of outer space



John F. Kennedy Space Center N.A.S.A
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center N.A.S.A
Chrome unused

Description:
The Saturn SA-5 is launched from complex 37 at Cape Kennedy 11:25 a.m. EST. January 29, 1964. This is the first Saturn to carry a live second stage, and was placed in an earth orbit. The second stage weighed 38,000 pounds and was 80 feet in length.


Lieutenant Colonel John F. Glenn
Title:
Lieutenant Colonel John F. Glenn
Chrome unused

Description:
This picture, showing Lieutenant Colonel John F. Glenn in the space training capsule, was taken at the time the 7 U. S. Astronauts were undergoing extensive and rigorous training prior to their trips into space.



Project Apollo
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Project Apollo
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This project is concerned with the development of a three-man space craft for up to two weeks orbit about the earth, flights around the moon, and manned lunar landing. This view shows a mock-up of the moon capsule.


Global View of Venus Surface
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Global View of Venus Surface
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Main portion of the highland area, Aphrodite, is shown in a global view of Venus, stripped of its perpetual cloud cover by the Pioneer Orbiter spacecraft radar altimeter. To the right of the picture is the Scorpion Tail of Aphrodite, believed an active volcanic region. The point of observation is about 45 degrees south of the equator. Pioneer Venus continues to orbit the planet and obtain terrain data.



Infrared map of swan Nebula
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Infrared map of swan Nebula
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Using data obtained form the NASA – Ames Research Center Kuiper Airborne Observatory, scientists created this image of the Swan Nebula (also known as M17) to show how it would appear if viewed through a large telescope sensitive to infrared. Located in the southern sky in the constellation Sagittarius, this region contains a cloud of ionized, interstellar gas excited by recently formed stars. Astronomers call this type of cloud as Hll region. The M17 Hll region is bounded on the southwest by a molecular cloud. The far-infrared radiation is brightest just adjacent to the Hll region, the result of thermal emission form dust grains, most of which are located outside the ionized gas.


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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Pre-launch preparations on the Atlas Centaur hours before lift-off from launch Complex 36 at Cape Kennedy. The Centaur launch vehicle will be used to place a soft-landing payload on the moon



Satellite Diameters Compared
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Satellite Diameters Compared
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Ganymede (Jupiter ) 5,270 Km (3,275 Mi) Callisto (Jupiter) Titan (Saturn) 4,850 Km (3,014 mi) Io (Jupiter) 3636 Km (2,259 Mi) Moon (Earth) 3,475 Km (2m159 Mi) Europa (Jupiter) 2m980 Km (1,852 Mi) Mercury 2,440 Km (1,156 Mi)


The First American Woman In Space
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The First American Woman In Space
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June 18, 1983 is inscribed in the record books as a famous first – the first American Woman in space, and more popularly known as “Sally's Ride.” Sally Kristen ride, 32, tennis Star, Ph.D. In physics, attractive, witty, and cool, performed her mission without a flaw, as the 100-ton craft carried her with four man for a week of blinking dials and video displays in a small, camper-size cabin. “No big deal,” said Sally, even though, the landing panned for Florida's Kennedy Space Center had to be switched to Edward's AFB on the western California desert. Sally's flight mates, commander Robert L. Crippen, Pilot Frederck h. Hauck, and Mission Specialists John M. Fabian and Norman e. Thagard had nothing but praise for her performance and personality.



John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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NASA's Gemini-Titan 4 that launched McDivitt and White from Cape Kennedy, Florida.


STS-2 Insignia
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STS-2 Insignia
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This is the official crew insignia for STS-2, the United States second Space Shuttle orbital flight test mission. Crewmen are Astronauts Joe H. Engle, commander, and Richard H. Truly, pilot. Their spacecraft, Orbiter 102 Columbia, is depicted along with the crewmembers surnames, and he merged eagle and American flag. The number tow is significant, as it applies to the number of crewmembers as well as the second flight for the Columbia and the second in a series of Space Shuttle missions.



STS-5 Crew Insignia
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STS-5 Crew Insignia
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This is the official crew patch for the fifth (note five points of star) NASA Space Transportation System (STS-5) flight. The STS-5 mission was NASA's first operational STS flight following four successful test flights. It called for the Columbia to be manned by four astronauts – a space agency first. Crew members for the flight were Vance D. Brand, commander; Robert f. Overmyer, pilot; and William b. Lenoir and Joseph P. Allen, mission specialists.


The Four Shuttle Astronauts
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The Four Shuttle Astronauts
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The four Shuttle Astronauts pictured are, from left to right, Lt. Col. Guion S. Bluford, Jr., Dr. Ronald E. McNair, Col, Frederick D. Gregory and Major Charles F. Bolden, Jr.



STS-4 Crew Insignia
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STS-4 Crew Insignia
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This oval shaped artwork is the insignia for the fourth space transportation system (STS-4) flight in the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Space Shuttle Columbia. The Columbia, with its crew of astronauts Thomas K. Mattingly, II, and Henry W. Hartsfield, Jr., aboard, launched form the Kennedy Space Center and orbited Earth in the summer of 1982. The insignia shows the Columbia trailing our nation's colors in the shape of her flight number, representing the fourth and final flight of the highly successful flight test phase.


STS-6 Crew Insignia
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STS-6 Crew Insignia
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This is the official insignia for NASA's STS-6 mission. The tracking and data relay satellite (TDRS) is depicted during its deployment from the Challenger's opened cargo bay. The six-sided patch lists the surnames of challenger's four members – Astronauts Paul J. Weitz, commander; Karol J. Bobko, pilot; f. Story Musgrave, mission specialist; and Donald H. Peterson, mission specialist – along with the mission's sequence numeral and the name of the spacecraft making its first space voyage. The six shining stars also represent the mission sequence number.



EMU – Shuttle Extravehicular Mobility Unit
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EMU – Shuttle Extravehicular Mobility Unit
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Arm Assembly, Hard Upper Torso, Helmet/Extravehicular Visor Assembly, Communications Carrier Assembly, Airlock Adapter Plate, Display and Control Module, Primary Life Support Subsystem, Liquid Cooling and Ventilation Garment, EMU Electrical Harness, Lower torso Assembly, Urine Collection, Gloves, Secondary Oxygen Pack, Contaminant Control Cartridge, Insuit Drink Bag, Service and Battery.


STS-2
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STS-2
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Commander Joe Engle and Pilot Richard Truly on board STS-2, launched Nov. 12, 1981 from Kennedy Space Center.



STS-2 Flies Nov. 12 1981
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STS-2 Flies Nov. 12 1981
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STS-2 flies Nov. 12, 1981. On board, Astronauts Joe Engle and Richard Truly.


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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Apollo 16 on its Mobile Launcher, moves along crawler-way to pad A, complex 39. Apollo 16 will land a Lunar Module on the lunar surface in the Descartes area.



STS-3
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STS-3
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STS-3 thunders aloft on March 22, 1982 at 11:00 AM. Columbia's third flight was manned by Commander Jack Lousma and Pilot Gordon Fullerton.


STS-4 Launch
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STS-4 Launch
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STS-4 Launch. Waterbirds disturbed by the activity at Launch Pad 39A. Lift-off June 27, 1982 with Astronauts Thomas K. Mattingly II and Henry W. Hartsfield, Jr. aboard for NASA's final orbital flight test before launching into a new era.



STS-4 Lifts Off Pad 39A
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STS-4 Lifts Off Pad 39A
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STS-4 Lifts off Pad 39A, June 27, 1982 at Kennedy Space Center, Fl. Aboard are Astronauts Thomas K. Mattingly II and Henry W. Hartsfield, Jr.


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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The Official emblem of the joint U.S./USSR space mission. The Apollo-Soyuz Test Project will be carried out by a Soviet Soyuz spacecraft and a U. S. Apollo spacecraft, which will rendezvous and dock in orbit.



John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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The Apollo 17 crew pose on the Lunar Roving Vehicle. Apollo 17 commander Eugene A. Cernan sits at the controls, Dr. Harrison “Jack” Schmitt left, and command Module Pilot Donald A. Evans.


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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The Apollo 16 Saturn V space vehicle lifted of to the Moon at 12:54 p.m. EST April 16th 1972, carrying astronauts, Young, Mattingly and Duke.



John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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Aerial view of pad 39A with Apollo/Saturn V on pad. Vehicle Assembly Building in background


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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List of the Gemini Titan II Space Missions, Complex 19. The united states 2 man space missions. Gt-3 4 orbits 23 Mar. 1965 Maj. Virgil I. Grisson, USAF / LT. Cdr. John W. Young USN. GT-4 62 Orbits 3-7 June 1965 Maj. James A. McDivitt. USAF / Maj. Edward H. White II. USAF. GT-5 120 Orbits 21-29 Aug. 1965 Lt. Col. L. Gordon Cooper. Jr., USAF / Lt. Cdr. Charles Conrad. Jr., USN. GT-7 220 Orbits 4-18 Dec. 1965 Col. Frank Borman, USAF/Capt. James A. Lovell. USN. GT-6 16 Orbits 15-16 Dec. 1965 Capt. Walter M. Schirra, USN/Lt. Col. Thomas P. Stafford. USAF. GT-8 7 Orbits 16 Mar. 1966 Mr. Neil A Armstrong / Maj. David R. Scott. USAF. GT-9 48 Orbits 3-6 June 1966 Lt. Col. Thomas P. Stafford, USAF/Lt. Cdr. Eugene A. Cernan. USN. GT-10 47 Orbits 18-21 July 1966 Cdr. John W. Young. USN/Maj. Michael Collins. USAF. GT-11 47 Orbits 12-15 Sept/ 1966 Cdr. Charles Conrad Jr., USN/Lt. Cdr. Richard F. Gordon Jr., USN. GT-12 53 Orbits 11-15 Nov. 1966 Capt. James A. Lovell, USN/Maj. Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., USAF.



John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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Scale model of Apollo/Saturn 5 rocket at Visitors Information Center, Kennedy Space Center, Florida. Shows construction of all three stages and location of spacecraft. Other exhibits show spacecraft and rockets used in space program.


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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The Apollo 15 Saturn V Space vehicle carrying Astronauts, David R. Scott, Alfred Warden and James B. Irwin lifted off to the Moon at 9:34 a.m. July 26th from Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex 39A.



Apollo/Saturn V Space Vehicle, John F. Kennedy Space Center
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Apollo/Saturn V Space Vehicle, John F. Kennedy Space Center
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This vehicle has a lift off thrust of 7½ million pounds and will be used to send Apollo Astronauts on their lunar voyage


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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Apollo 4, the first Space Vehicle in NASA's Apollo/Saturn V Program, Enroute for erection at Pad A of Complex 39. NASA's, VAB in background.



John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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Erected in honor of the Seven Original Astronauts. It consists of the Symbol for the Planet Mercury. The number seven is mounted on the cross of Valor. A time capsule to be opened in 2464, with information about the Mercury Flights, was buried beneath the monument in November 1964.


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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Aerial view of Crawler-Transporter #1. This transporter will be used to carry the Apollo/Saturn V from the Vehicle Assembly Building to launch pad 39



Virgil I. Grissom
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Virgil I. Grissom
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Virgil I. Grissom, shown through Window of his Gemini 3 capsule, nicknamed “Molly Brown”, just prior to launch on 3/23/65. NASA Photo.


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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Apollo 4, the first Space Vehicle in NASA's Apollo/Saturn V Program, Leaves the Vehicle Assembly Building for Erection at Pad A of Complex 39.



Space Shuttle Discovery is towed to the Vehicle Assembly Building
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Space Shuttle Discovery is towed to the Vehicle Assembly Building
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NASA has adopted an official design of an insignia for its Space Shuttle and Space Transportation System. The emblem is triangular in shape pointed upward with an overhead view of he Space Shuttle in white on a field of two shades of blue. The entire emblem is outlined by gold stripe. The insignia represents the entire Space Transportation System or Space Shuttle program. The Space Shuttle, as it appears on the insignia, consists of the Orbiter, a delta-wing airplane like vehicle, mounted on a large cylindrical external propellant tank which, in turn has attached to it two solid-propellant booster rockets. The Space Shuttle is launched like a rocket, performs Earth orbital missions of up to 30 days, then lands like an airplane and is refurbished for another mission. Crews may consist of as many as seven people – commander, pilot, mission specialist and up to four payload specialists who will operate specific payload equipment where their special skills are needed.


McCandless On Feb. 7
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McCandless On Feb. 7
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McCandless on Feb. 7 uses the combination of the remote manipulator system (RMS) arm and he mobile foot restraint (MFR) to experiment with a “cherry-picker” concept



STS-8 Insignia
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STS-8 Insignia
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The Challenger heading toward its third earth-orbital mission is featured in the official insignia for STS-8. The numerical designation for the mission is represented by the more conspicuous stars in the right side of the circular insignia. Astronauts Richard h. Truly and Daniel C. Brandenstein, commander and pilot, respectively, are noted at the top of the patch and astronauts Dale A. Gardner, Guion S. Bluford and William B. Thornton – all mission specialists – have Surnames listed at the bottom.


Edwards Air Force Base
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Edwards Air Force Base
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The Discovery was captured on film just prior to touchdown on runway 17 at Edwards Air Force Base to successfully completed a six-day mission in space



41-C Onboard Still Photography
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41-C Onboard Still Photography
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The remote manipulator system (RMS) arm suspends the giant Long Duration Exposure Facility (LDEF) high above the Gulf of Mexico prior to releasing it into space. Carried into Earth orbit with the 41-C crew by the Space Shuttle challenger


STS-3 Crew Patch
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STS-3 Crew Patch
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This is the insignia for NASA's third flight of the space transportation system's (STS) Columbia, depicted in the middle of the blue sphere against the background of the sun. The three prominent rays represent the third STS flight. The surnames of Astronauts Jack R. Lousma, commander, and C. Gordon Fullerton, pilot, flank the vehicle and the name Columbia appears at the bottom. The spacecraft's payload bay doors are open, and the remote manipulator system (RMS) arm is extended as it will be on several occasions during the actual flight. The art work was accomplished by space artist Robert C. McCall of Paradise Valley, Arizona.



41-C Launch, Kennedy Space Center
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41-C Launch, Kennedy Space Center
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In a roll of thunder and a pillar of flame that made the morning Florida sun seem pale, NASA's pioneer satellite rescue mission lifts away from Pad 39A. Challenger, Carrying a crew of five, began its flawless launch into Earth orbit at 8:58 a.m.


Saturn's northern hemisphere
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Saturn's northern hemisphere
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This false color picture of Saturn's northern hemisphere was assembled from ultraviolet, violet and green images obtained by Voyager 2 from a range of 7.1 million kilometers (4.4 million miles). The weather patterns include three spots flowing westward at about 33 mph. Although the cloud system associated with the western-most spot is part of this flow, the spot itself moves eastward at about 65 mph. Their joint flow shows the anti-cyclonic rotation of the spot, which is about 1,900 mi. in diameter. The ribbon like feature to the north marks a high-speed jet where wind speeds approach 330 mph. The voyager project is managed for NASA by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif.



Space Shuttle Challenger
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Space Shuttle Challenger
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The Space Shuttle challenger presents a surrealistic impression as it moves through the fog on its way down the 3½ mile crawlerway enroute to Launch Pad 39A


Space Shuttle Challenger
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Space Shuttle Challenger
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The Sixth mission of the Space Shuttle, which is the first flight of the Orbiter Challenger, lifts off from Complex 39A into a cloudless sky. Launch date April 4, 1983.



Space Shuttle Challenger
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Space Shuttle Challenger
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The Space Shuttle Challenger is shown through the doors of the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) Challenger is the orbiter vehicle for the 41B (STS-11) mission


Space Shuttle Challenger
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Space Shuttle Challenger
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Liftoff of Challenger into its 41-B mission. This mission saw Bruce McCandless and Robert Stewart perform the first untethered space walks in history. The Mission ended with a touchdown at KSC's Shuttle landing Facility



Space Shuttle Challenger
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Space Shuttle Challenger
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Space Shuttle Challenger on Pad 39A prior to moving the rotating service structure back into place around the orbiter


Space Shuttle Columbia
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Space Shuttle Columbia
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The hazy light of dawn illuminates the Space Shuttle Columbia as it arrives at Pad 39A following a six-hour move from the Vehicle Assembly Building. This is the second roll-out for the STS-9 vehicle after replacement of a nozzle on the solid rocket booster aft segment forced officials to delay the spacelab I launch. This mission was the first of a nine-day duration and had six crew members including the first European to fly aboard a United States spacecraft. The launch took place November 28, 1983.



Space Shuttle Columbia
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Space Shuttle Columbia
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The shuttle Orbiter Columbia is towed back to the Orbiter Processing Facility following its demating from the STS 9 shuttle stack


Space Shuttle Columbia
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Space Shuttle Columbia
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The Space Shuttle Columbia begins its roll up the ramp to Pad 39A after completing the 3½ mile journey from the Vehicle Assembly Building. Rollout began at 5:14 a.m. And by 12:15 p.m. The shuttle was secured to the launch pad. The fifth flight of the Columbia was launched November 11, 1982.



Space Shuttle Columbia
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Space Shuttle Columbia
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Carrying the first commercial satellite payload in the history of the STS program, and the first four-man crew in a single launch in the history of space flight, Columbia lifts away from Launch Pad 39A on schedule at 7:19 a.m. On November 11, 1982, beginning STS-5, the first operational flight for the shuttle system.


Space Shuttle Discovery
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Space Shuttle Discovery
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The Space Shuttle Orbiter Discovery lifted off from Launch Pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center for its maiden flight. The six-day mission included the deployment of three communications satellites; LEASAT-2 (also known as syncom IV-2) SBS-D and Telstar 3-C



Space Shuttle STS-3
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Space Shuttle STS-3
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Sharply defined against the night sky, the STS-3 launch vehicle is illuminated by searchlights during loading tests for its cryogenic liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen propellants.


Space Shuttle STS-3
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Space Shuttle STS-3
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STS-3 stands tall against the Florida sky as the Crawler-Transporter negotiates the ramp at Launch Pad 39A, nearing the end of the milestone rollout from the Vehicle Assembly Building.



STS-13 Crew
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STS-13 Crew
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The STS-13 crew poses for an informal crew portrait. From left to right, Commander bob Crippen, veteran Shuttle flyer after STS-1 and STS-7; Mission Specialist George Nelson; Pilot Dick Scobee; Mission Specialists James Van Hoften and terry Hart.


Space Shuttle Challenger
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Space Shuttle Challenger
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Lift Off of the Orbiter Challenger From The Complex



The Space Shuttle
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The Space Shuttle
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A timed exposure of the space shuttle at launch pad A complex 39. Turns The Space Vehicle and support facilities into a night time fantasy of light


The Space Shuttle Discovery
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The Space Shuttle Discovery
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The Space Shuttle Orbiter Discovery Lifts off from Kennedy Space Center for Its Maiden flight



Apollo 8 Lunar Vehicle
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Apollo 8 Lunar Vehicle
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Launch of Apollo 8 Astronauts, Frank Borman James Lovell and William Anders, in a successful orbit of the Moon.


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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Irwin at Rover parked near LM, Mount Hadley in the background.



Sts-3
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Sts-3
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STS-3 thunders aloft on March 22, 1982 at 11:00 AM. Columbia's third flight was manned by Commander Jack Lousma and Pilot Gordon Fullerton.


Entrance To Visitors Information Center
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Entrance To Visitors Information Center
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A



John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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NASA Apollo Saturn V, 500 F facility vehicle enroute from NASA's vehicle assembly building to launch complex 39 A.


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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Aerial view of pad 39A with Apollo / Saturn V on Pad. Vehicle Assembly Building in background



John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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The official emblem of the joint U.S. / USSR space mission. The Apollo-Soyuz Test Project will be carried out by a Soviet Soyuz spacecraft and a U.S. Apollo spacecraft, which will rendezvous and dock in orbit.


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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The Apollo 7 spacecraft, atop a Saturn IB rocket, lifts off from Complex 34. The spacecraft achieved orbit to begin an 11-day mission. The flight is intended to qualify Apollo for a manned flight to the moon.



John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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With a half Earth in the background, the lunar module ascent stage with moon-walking astronauts, Neil A. Armstrong and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., approaches for a rendezvous with the Apollo 11 command module manned by Michael Collins.


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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Erected in honor of the Seven Original Astronauts. It consists of the Symbol for the Planet Mercury. The number seven is mounted on he cross of valor. A time capsule to be opened in 2464, with information about the Mercury Flights, was buried beneath the monument in November 1964.



Project Mercury Launch Vehicles
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Project Mercury Launch Vehicles
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Project Mercury Launch Vehicles showing from left, Little Joe Redstone and Atlas Missile. This card sample early Missiles 1959 - 72 Unusual set with good collector Potential Some cars quiet scarce 20 different Thompson's community service 1220 Chickasaw Paris, Tenn.


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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Actual Gemini 9 spacecraft flown by Astronauts Thomas Stafford and Gene Cernan. On display at Visitors Information Center, Kennedy Space Center, Florida. Gemini 9, spent more than 72 hours in Earth orbit, including a 125 minute Spacewalk by Cernan.



John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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Space Shuttle Challenger lifted off into a cloudless sky from Kennedy Space Center, Florida, April 4, 1983. This was the sixth mission of the Space Shuttle, and the first flight of the Orbiter Challenger.


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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Apollo 16 on its Mobile Launcher, moves along crawler-way to Pad A, complex 39. Apollo 16 will land a Lunar Module on the lunar surface in the Descartes area.



John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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Gemini 12 spacecraft piloted by Astronauts Lovell and Aldrin, rendezvous with the Agena Target Vehicle.


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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The Atlas Agena lifts of Pad 14 at Cape Kennedy, Florida, at 10 a.m. EST. March 16, 1966. The Agena Target Vehicle will await rendezvous in space with the Gemini 8 space craft.



Friendship 7
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Friendship 7
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Mercury Capsule in which Astronaut John H. Glenn, Jr., made the first American orbital flight around the earth. The capsule was mounted on top of an Atlas missile which was launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida on February 20, 1962 at 9:47 a.m. EST.


W. M. Schirra
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W. M. Schirra
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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Apollo 15 Commander David Scott, right and Lunar Model Pilot James Irwin participate in a suited Simulated mission run on the Lunar Roving Vehicle.


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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The Skylab 1 launch vehicle was moved from the Vehicle Assembly Building to pad 39A in the first part of its move toward earth Orbit



Symbols Of Supremacy
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Symbols Of Supremacy
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Symbols of Supremacy. The magnificent American Bald Eagle shares residence at the Kennedy Space Center with mammoth Launch facilities at Complex 39


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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Skylab 2 rollout from V. A. B. to Complex 39B



John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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The Apollo / Saturn V facilities vehicle moves out of the Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space center, on its way to launch complex 39, Pad-A.


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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Three 83 - foot diameter parachutes billow above the Apollo 13 spacecraft as it splashed down in the Pacific Ocean southeast of Pago Pago, American Samoa.



John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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Skylab 2, rollout to Complex 39B.


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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Aerial View. NASA Apollo Saturn-V 50 F. facility vehicle, arrives at launch complex 39 A.



John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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NASA's Gemini-Titan 4 that launched McDivitt and White from Cape Kennedy, Florida.


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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Apollo 11 begins man's first lunar landing mission, Astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, Michael Collins and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. Touchdown on the surface of the moon was accomplished by Armstrong and Aldrin.



John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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An Atlas Centaur Vehicle carrying the Marinier 1 Spacecraft lifted off to Mars. The Spacecraft is scheduled to orbit Mars following a six Month Journey. That will span 287 Million Miles


Nasal Manned Spacecraft Center
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Nasal Manned Spacecraft Center
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Located about 25 miles south of Houston. Texas the "Space Capital City of the United States. Here is located the Mission operations control room which tracks and controls the astronauts flights.



Alabama Space And Rocket Center
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Alabama Space And Rocket Center
Chrome unused

Description:
The Alabama Space and Rocket Center contains the world's largest collection of Missiles, rockets, and space vehicles. A full scale Apollo Saturn V moon rocket is exhibited in a horizontal position and is one of the featured attractions on the 35-acre complex. The exhibition Center is owned and operated by the State of Alabama and is opened every day. Located west of downtown Huntsville on Alabama Highway 20.


John F. Kennedy Space Center
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center
Chrome unused

Description:
NASA's Gemini 4 spacecraft undergoes technical observation on the deck of the carrier "Wasp" after recovery.



The Alabama Space And Rocket Center
Title:
The Alabama Space And Rocket Center
Chrome unused

Description:
The Alabama Space and Rocket Center contains the world's largest collection of Missiles, rockets, and space vehicles. A full scale Apollo Saturn V moon rocket is exhibited in a horizontal position and is one of the featured attractions on the 35-acre complex. The exhibition Center is owned and operated by the State of Alabama and is opened every day. Located west of downtown Huntsville on Alabama Highway 20.


John F. Kennedy Space Center
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center
Chrome unused

Description:
Aerial view, NASA Apollo Saturn-V 500 F. facility vehicle, arrives at launch complex 39A.



Air Force Missile Test Center, Patrick Air Force Base
Title:
Air Force Missile Test Center, Patrick Air Force Base
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Army's Redstone missile, which is test flown over the Air Force Missile Test Center's range, is being fueled at the Cape Canaveral, Fla., launching site. The gantry service tower standing beside the missile is used in pre-flight preparations.


Greetings From Kennedy Space Center
Title:
Greetings From Kennedy Space Center
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
Launch site of American Astronauts. The Apollo / Saturn V facilities vehicle moves out of the Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space center, on its way to launch complex 39, Pad-A.



Greetings From Kennedy Space Center
Title:
Greetings From Kennedy Space Center
Florida (FL), Chrome PM 1976 Aug-26

Description:
Launch site of American Astronauts. The Apollo / Saturn V facilities vehicle moves out of the Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space center, on its way to launch complex 39, Pad-A.


Kennedy Space Center
Title:
Kennedy Space Center
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
At left NASA's John F. Kennedy Space Center Florida. 52-story Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB). This building contains 129 million cubic feet of space and covers 8 acres. More than 58,000 tons of steel were used in its construction. At Right. Launch of the Apollo / Saturn V Space Vehicle from complex 39 A, Kennedy Space Center, Florida. At liftoff the 363-foot Launch Vehicle weighed 6,220,025 pounds. The First-stage engines produced 7,500,000 pounds of thrust & burnt 15 tons of fuel per seconds.



Kennedy Space Center
Title:
Kennedy Space Center
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
Launch Site of American Astronauts


Kennedy Space Center
Title:
Kennedy Space Center
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
Space Shuttle Columbia after a successful landing in California is reflected in a pool of water



Kennedy Space Center
Title:
Kennedy Space Center
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
747 and shuttle prior to landing at Kennedy Space Center's Shuttle Landing Facility


Kennedy Space Center
Title:
Kennedy Space Center
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
Space Shuttle Columbia creeps up the ramp at Launch Pad 39A at the completion of he move from the Vehicle Assembly Building



Kennedy Space Center
Title:
Kennedy Space Center
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
STS-4 Launch. Waterbirds distributed by the activity at launch Pad 39A. Lift-off June 27, 1982 with Astronauts Thomas K. Mattingly II and Henry W. Hartsfield, Jr. aboard for NASA's final orbital flight test before launching into a new era.


Kennedy Space Center
Title:
Kennedy Space Center
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
The sixth mission of the Space Shuttle, which is the first flight of the Orbiter Challenger, lifts off from Complex 39A into a cloudless sky. Launch date April 4, 1983.



Kennedy Space Center
Title:
Kennedy Space Center
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Space Shuttle Challenger is shown through the doors of the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) Challenger is the orbiter vehicle for the 41B (STS-11) mission


Kennedy Space Center
Title:
Kennedy Space Center
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
Atlantis sits on Pad 39A at dusk



Kennedy Space Center
Title:
Kennedy Space Center
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
Space Shuttle on Pad 39A prior to moving the rotating service structure back into place around the orbiter


Kennedy Space Center
Title:
Kennedy Space Center
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
Space Station, a permanently manned orbiting facility which will enable the U. S. and its partners in Canada, Europe and Japan to use the space environment to the fullest for the benefit of mankind.



Kennedy Space Center
Title:
Kennedy Space Center
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Shuttle Orbiter Columbia is towed back to the Orbiter Processing Facility following its demating from the STS 9 shuttle stack


Kennedy Space Center
Title:
Kennedy Space Center
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
Space Shuttle Columbia creeps up the ramp at Launch Pad 39A at the completion of the move from the Vehicle Assembly Building



Kennedy Space Center
Title:
Kennedy Space Center
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
Launch Site of American Astronauts


Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Title:
Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Saturn V rocket on display near Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space Center, Florida.



Lunar Surface Diorama
Title:
Lunar Surface Diorama
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
Lunar Surface Diorama as seen on bus tour of Kennedy Space Center in Florida


The Saturn V Rocket On Display Near Vehicle
Title:
The Saturn V Rocket On Display Near Vehicle
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Saturn V rocket on display near Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space Center, Fl.



Space Shuttle Enterprise
Title:
Space Shuttle Enterprise
Chrome unused

Description:
Space Shuttle - N.A.S.A.'s new transportation system for space activities in the 1980's. The Space Shuttle combines aeronautics and astronautics to make available a powerful vehicle that can be used up to 100 times for flights into space and return to land on the immense runway at Kennedy Space Center in Florida


Astronaut Manned Maneuvering Unit
Title:
Astronaut Manned Maneuvering Unit
Continental Chrome PM 1991 Mar-23

Description:
Space Shuttle Collection Astronaut utilizing the nitrogen-propelled, hand-controlled back pack device called the Manned Maneuvering Unit.



Gemini-Titan 1
Title:
Gemini-Titan 1
Chrome PM 1966 Jan-24

Description:
Gemini-Titan 1 lifting off launching pad on its maiden voyage, testing spacecraft and vehicle. The Gemini is the first of NASA's two-man space crafts. The NASA Marshall Space Flight Center at Huntsville, Alabama, has been developing and providing rockets for our space achievements since the very beginning of our entry into this field.


John F. Kennedy Space Center, N.A.S.A
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center, N.A.S.A
Chrome PM 1974 Dec-07

Description:
John F. Kennedy Space Center N.A.S.A. Skylab 2 rollout from V.A.B. to Comp 39B



An F-1 Engine
Title:
An F-1 Engine
Chrome unused

Description:
An F - 1 engine, generating 1.5 million pounds thrust, is captive fired at the NASA-Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Alabama. The liquid oxygen/RPI (kerosene) engine is used on the Saturn V booster.


Apollo 17 Crew
Title:
Apollo 17 Crew
Chrome unused

Description:
The Apollo 17 crew pose on the Lunar Roving Vehicle. Apollo 17 Commander Eugene A. Cernansits at the controls, Dr. Harrison "Jack" Schmitt left, and Command Module Pilot Donald A. Evans.



John F. Kennedy Space Center, N.A.S.A
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center, N.A.S.A
Chrome unused

Description:
The prime crew for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Apollo 8 Moon Orbital Flight posed by the Apollo mission simulator are astronauts (L to R) James A. Lovell, Jr., Command Module (CM) Pilot, William A. Anders, Lunar Module (LM) Pilot, and Frank Borman, Commander.


John F. Kennedy Space Center, N.A.S.A
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center, N.A.S.A
Chrome unused

Description:
Astronaut Alan B. Shepard Jr., Commander of the Apollo 14 Mission, stands beside the deployed U. S. Flag during first extravehicular activity.



Space Shuttle Enterprise, Kennedy Space Center
Title:
Space Shuttle Enterprise, Kennedy Space Center
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
Space Shuttle Enterprise on the Way to "Check Out" Launch Facilities at KSC.


The Satellite Amateur Radio Club, Vandenberg A.F.B
Title:
The Satellite Amateur Radio Club, Vandenberg A.F.B
California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
This card made for the exclusive use of The Satellite Amateur Radio Club, Vandenberg A.F.B., Calif. and members of the club. Design, model and photography by K6YHK. Lighting: the sun; background: blue California sky, west at "270 azimuth, 30 elevation" the rcalm of the satellites... the stars infinity.



Space Shuttle Columbia
Title:
Space Shuttle Columbia
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Shuttle Orbiter Columbia is towed back to the Orbiter Processing Facility following its demating from the STS 9 shuttle stack


Space Shuttle Discovery
Title:
Space Shuttle Discovery
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Space Shuttle Discovery returned to Launch Pad 39A during pre-dawn hours at Kennedy Space Center



Original Mercury Spacecraft Freedom 7
Title:
Original Mercury Spacecraft Freedom 7
Chrome unused

Description:
Original Mercury Spacecraft Freedom 7, in which Alan B. Shepard, Jr., made the first United States manned-flight into space, May 5, 1961. This suborbital flight blazed the trail for the earth- orbiting flights which were to follow. Air and Space Building, Smithsonian Institution.


Space Shuttle Columbia
Title:
Space Shuttle Columbia
Chrome unused

Description:
Space Shuttle Columbia creeps up the ramp at Launch Pad 39A at the completion of the move from the Vehicle Assembly Building



STS-4 Launch
Title:
STS-4 Launch
Chrome unused

Description:
STS-4 Launch. Waterbirds disturbed by the activity at Launch Pad 39A Lift-off June 27, 1982 with Astronauts Thomas K. Mattingly II and Henry W. Hartsfield, Jr. aboard for NASA's final orbital flight test before launching into a new era.


Mercury Atlas 9
Title:
Mercury Atlas 9
Chrome unused

Description:
THIS WAS THE NATION'S SIXTH MANNED ORBITAL SPACE FLIGHT, AND THE "FAITH 7" SPACECRAFT WAS PILOTED BY ASTRONAUT L. GORDON COOPER, JR. THE LAUNCH WAS ORIGINALLY SCHEDULED FOR MAY 14, 1963, BUT DUE TO A MALFUNCTION IN THE RADAR TRACKING SYSTEM AT BERMUDA THE LAUNCH WAS "SCRUBBED" 12 MINUTES BEFORE COUNTDOWN WOULD HAVE BEEN COMPLETED. AT MIDNIGHT, MAY 15, 1963, COUNTDOWN WAS RESUMED AND LIFTOFF OCCURED AT 8:04 A.M. EST. ASTRONAUT L. GORDON COOPER, JR., COMPLETED A TOTAL OF 22.9 ORBITS AND SPENT 34 HOURS, 20 MINUTES IN SPACEFLIGHT. THE LAUNCH AND RECOVERY WAS HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL AND WAS THE LAST OF THE MERCURY FLIGHTS.



John F. Kennedy Space Center N.A.S.A
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center N.A.S.A
Chrome PM 1969

Description:
The Apollo Saturn V facilities vehicles moves east of the Vehicle Building at the Kennedy Space center, on its way launch Complex 39, Pad-A.


Space Shuttle Challenger
Title:
Space Shuttle Challenger
Chrome PM 1986

Description:
Space Shuttle Challenger on Pad 39A prior to moving the rotating service structure back into place around the orbiter



John F. Kennedy Space Center
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center
N.A.S.A, Chrome PM 1972

Description:
The Apollo/Saturn V facilities vehicle moves out of the Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space center, on its way to launch complex 39, Pad-A.


Apollo 10 Saturn V
Title:
Apollo 10 Saturn V
N.A.S.A, Chrome PM 1973

Description:
The Apollo 10 Saturn V space vehicle launching astronauts, Thomas P. Stafford, John W. Young and Eugene A. Cernan on their Lunar orbit mission.



Nasa's Apollo 8 - Lunar Orbit
Title:
Nasa's Apollo 8 - Lunar Orbit
Chrome PM 1965

Description:
Nasaks Apollo 8 - Lunar Orbit John F. Kennedy Space Center Florida Aircraft Borman, Lovell and Anders, 1st men to orbit the Moon in December 1968.


John F. Kennedy Space Center
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center
Chrome unused

Description:
Overall Aerial View of Missile Row Looking North. Launch site of American Astronauts



John F. Kennedy Space Center
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center
Chrome unused

Description:
NASA's Gemini 4 spacecraft undergoes technical observation on the deck of the carrier "Wasp" after recovery.


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Chrome unused

Description:
Lunar Module - This is the type of Vehicle that will place American Astronauts on the Moon



John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Chrome PM 1970

Description:
Apollo 4, First Space Vehicle in NASA's Apollo/Saturn V program. Enroute for erection at Pas a of complex 39. NASA'+K550s Verb in background.


Astronaut Cmdr. Scott Carpenter
Title:
Astronaut Cmdr. Scott Carpenter
Chrome unused

Description:
Astronaut Scott Carpenter, dressed in space suit, preparatory to America's second manned orbital flight, May 24, 1962.



John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Chrome unused

Description:
NASA's Gemini-Titan 4 that launched McDivitt and White from Cape Kennedy, Florida.


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Chrome PM 1970

Description:
Saturn IB vehicle carrying Apollo 7 Astronauts Walter M. Schirra, Jr., Donn F Eisele and Walter Cunningham lifts off from Launch complex 34. Camera captures rocket clearing its 240 foot high umbilical tower.



John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Chrome unused

Description:
Delta No. 11, launched from Cape Kennedy by N. A. S. A., for the American Telephone and Telegraph Company, to orbit TELSTAR 1, AT&T's experimental communication satellite.


U. S. Navy Lieutenant Commander M. Scott Carpenter
Title:
U. S. Navy Lieutenant Commander M. Scott Carpenter
Chrome unused

Description:
U. S. Navy Lieutenant Commander M. Scott Carpenter was born May 1, 1925 in Boulder, Colorado. Carpenter was the pilot of the Mercury Atlas 7 orbital flight on May 24, 1962. Launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, he completed a successful three orbit space flight mission, reaching a maximum altitude (apogee) of 164 miles, and attaining an orbital velocity of 17,532 miles per hour. Carpenter's Aurora 7 Mercury spacecraft landed in an area in the Atlantic approximately 1,000 miles southeast of Cape Canaveral. The time of the flight form launch to impact was 4 hours, 53 minutes, and 47 seconds.



John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Chrome unused

Description:
The 365 foot tall Apollo/Saturn V facilities vehicle designated the AS-500-F and the mobile launcher is carried to Pad A, Complex 39 atop the 5.5 million pound transporter. The AS-500-F will never make a journey to the moon, however, it will be used to verify Launch facilities, train launch crews, and develop test and checkout procedures.


Atlas Abres
Title:
Atlas Abres
Chrome unused

Description:
Advanced Ballistic Re-entry System. A Research vehicle used in test programs at Vandenberg A. F. Base, Lompoc, Calif.



U. S. Astronaut Walter M. Schirra Jr
Title:
U. S. Astronaut Walter M. Schirra Jr
Chrome unused

Description:
U. S. Navy Commander Walter M. Schirra, Jr., was born March 12, 1923 in Hackensack, New Jersey Schirra was the pilot of the Mercury Atlas 8 flight of "Sigma 7" on October 3, 1962. Launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, he completed a successful 6 orbit mission around the earth at an orbital velocity of approximately 17,560 miles an hour. Schirra's "Sigma 7" Mercury spacecraft made nearly a pinpoint landing as planned, in the vicinity of Midway Island. Time of the flight was 9 hours and 13 minutes.


The Thor
Title:
The Thor
Chrome unused

Description:
Poised on its launching platform is this important member of America's missile arsenal. Patrick Air Force Base, Florida.



Missile Streaking From Launch Pad
Title:
Missile Streaking From Launch Pad
Chrome unused

Description:
Missile Streaking from Launch Pad, as seen from Missile Display in from of Technical Laboratory at Patrick Air Force Base, Florida.


Artist Concept Of Nasal's John F. Kennedy Space Center
Title:
Artist Concept Of Nasal's John F. Kennedy Space Center
Chrome unused

Description:
Cape Kennedy and neighboring cities



John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Chrome unused

Description:
Apollo 4, First Space Vehicle in NASA's Apollo/Saturn V program. Enroute for erection at Pas a of complex 39. NASA/s Verb in background.


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
NASA's giant launch pad No. 39, designed for the Apollo - Saturn Space project to put men on the moon and return them safely to earth.



Greetings From Kennedy Space Center
Title:
Greetings From Kennedy Space Center
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
Launch site of American Astronauts. The Apollo/Saturn V Facilities vehicle moves out of the Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space center, on its way to launch complex 39 Pod-A.


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Chrome unused

Description:
Undergoing pre - Launch tests on Complex 36 the Centaur 11 space booster is the first vehicle to use liquid hydrogen as a propellant



John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Chrome unused

Description:
Located at the John F. Kennedy Space Center, Florida, is the largest building in he world, the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB). Covering 8 acres of land stands 525 feet high and contains 129,482,000 cubic feet in overall volume . In this building the Apollo Saturn Moon Rocket Will be assembled.


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Chrome PM 1969

Description:
The Apollo / Saturn V facilities vehicle moves out of the Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy space center, on its way to launch complex 39, Pad-A



John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Chrome PM 1968

Description:
Aerial view of Crawler Transporter #1. this transporter will be used to carry the Apollo Saturn V from the Vehicle Assembly Building to Launch


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Chrome PM 1970

Description:
NASA-Apollo Saturn V, 500 F Facility vehicle arrives at Launch complex 389 A.



John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Chrome unused

Description:
The Apollo / Saturn V facilities vehicle moves out of the Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy space center, on its way to launch complex 39, Pad-A.


Lieutenant Colonel John F. Glenn
Title:
Lieutenant Colonel John F. Glenn
Chrome unused

Description:
NASA in his space helmet prior to entering Friendship 7 for his historic orbit around the earth. Plastichrome



New Flight Personnel
Title:
New Flight Personnel
Chrome unused

Description:
Selected by Manned Spacecraft Center, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, in Houston, Sept. 17, 1962, are front row, left to right, Navy Lt. Charles Conrad, Jr., Air Force Major Frank Borman; NASA Test Pilot Neil Armstrong, and Navy Lt. Cmdr. John W. Young; second row, civilian test pilot Elliott M. See, Jr., Air Force Capt. James A. McDivitt, Navy Lt. Cmdr. James A. Lovell, Jr., Air Force Capt. Edward H. White II, and Air Force Capt. Thomas P. Stafford.


Saturn Launch Vehicle
Title:
Saturn Launch Vehicle
Chrome PM 1963 Nov-8

Description:
Artist's concept of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's 350-foot Advanced Saturn Launch vehicle that will carry astronauts to the moon before the end of the decade.



NASA's View: The Next Logical Step
Title:
NASA's View: The Next Logical Step
Chrome unused

Description:
NASA In 1982, with the successful completion of the four Space Shuttle orbiter flight tests, NASA began a planning activity to define a possible space station. The station is viewed as the next logical step in space. It builds upon the Nation's past experience in space and provides us, for the first time, with the capability for permanent utilization of the space environment.


Apollo Moon Landing - July 20, 1969
Title:
Apollo Moon Landing - July 20, 1969
Chrome unused

Description:
Passive Seismic Experiments Package (PSEP) deployed on the moon's surface. Two packages were left on the moon for seismic purposes. The PSEP is to record moon quakes or other disturbances. The Laser Ranging Retro-Reflector is to measure the exact distance of the moon from the earth. Astronauts' footprints on the lunar surface are in evidence. While this equipment was left on the moon, the astronauts brought back 2 boxes of lunar rocks for scientific research. The first close-up examination of moon rocks and dust created excitement among scientists and geologists



Together to Mars (1986)
Title:
Together to Mars (1986)
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Painting symbolizes cooperative future flight by US ans Soviet Cosmonauts


"The Morning of the Take-Off" (1978)
Title:
"The Morning of the Take-Off" (1978)
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The first picture to have been taken to outer space. It was dispatched to the "Salyut-6" orbiting station by the Soviet-Czechoslovak space cres. (A. Gubarev, V. Remeck) and brought back to Earth by the Soviet-Polish space crew (P. Klimuk, M. Giermaszewski) in 1978. By Andrey Sokolov



Phobos Probe 1988
Title:
Phobos Probe 1988
Continental Chrome unused


Soyuz Spaceship
Title:
Soyuz Spaceship
Continental Chrome

Description:
Soviet cosmonauts A.G. Nikolayev and V.I. Sevastianov were in space for 18 days on board the Soyuz spaceship



John F. Kennedy Space Center, NASA
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center, NASA
Cape Kennedy Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
Multiple exposure of the Gemini Titan 10 launch from Cape Kennedy on July 18, 1966, showing the gantry being lowered in fan-like effect prior to liftoff


Apollo 11 Moon Landing - July 20, 1969
Title:
Apollo 11 Moon Landing - July 20, 1969
Chrome unused

Description:
Edwin E. Aldrin, Jr., LM pilot, posed next to the U.S. flag on the moon for Commander Neil A. Armstrong. Old Glory seems to be waving, but with no wind on the moon, the effect was obtained by the use of wire on the 3x5 foot American Flag. Note astronauts' footprints



"We Came In Peace for All Mankind"
Title:
"We Came In Peace for All Mankind"
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Apollo 11 Moon Landing - July 20, 1969. Edwin A. Aldrin, Jr., LM pilot, posed next to the US flag on the moon for Commander Neil A. Armstrong. Old Glory seems to be waving, but with no wind on the moon, the effect was obtained by the use of wire on the 3x5 foot American Flag. Note astronaut's footprints


Apollo 11 Moon Landing - July 20, 1969
Title:
Apollo 11 Moon Landing - July 20, 1969
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Passive Seismic Experiments Package (PSEP) deployed on the moon's surface. Two packages were left on the moon for scientific purposes. The PSEP is to record moonquakes or other disturbances. The Laser Ranging Retro-Reflector is to measure the exact distance of the moon from the earth. Astronauts' footprints on the lunar surface are in evidence. While this equipment was left on the moon, the astronauts brought back 2 boxes of lunar rocks for scientists and geologists



Patriot Missile
Title:
Patriot Missile
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The U.S. Army Length: 17'5", 3 inches longer than a Cadillac Sedan de Ville. Cost: $500,000 each. Range: 50 miles. Speed: 2,725 mph, about three times the speed of sound. Weight: Approximately 2,000 lbs. The Patriot Missile, the "Scud Buster" of Desert Storm, is a mobile air defense system built by the Raytheon Company. Each system, including station, antenna, power plant, and eight launching stations, costs about $100 million and needs about 100 soldiers to set up but only three soldiers to operate. In use, the system components are spread across the space of two football fields


Descending the LM Ladder
Title:
Descending the LM Ladder
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Apollo 11 moon landing - July 20, 1969. Astronaut going down ladder prior to walking on the lunar surface. Neil A. Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon was followed by Edwin E. Aldrin, Jr. Their lunar boot print, 13 inches long, 6 inches wide, 10 ribbed treads in each print were stomped in the moon dust. Both Armstrong's and Aldrin's moon walk lasted for 2 hours before they returned to the LM, Eagle



Space Shuttle - Kennedy Space Center, Florida
Title:
Space Shuttle - Kennedy Space Center, Florida
Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
The space shuttle Atlantis soars through Florida's blue skies on its maiden launch


Russian Satellite and Ship
Title:
Russian Satellite and Ship
Continental Chrome unused



Apollo 11 Astronauten in Berlin
Title:
Apollo 11 Astronauten in Berlin
Continental Chrome unused


Optics from Oberkrochen/West Germany First Day Cover
Title:
Optics from Oberkrochen/West Germany First Day Cover
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Photograph of Gemini 6 rendezvous (altitude 295 km) taken from Gemini 7 with Zeiss Planar f/2.8/80 mm in Hasselbland Camera



Janus Approach
Title:
Janus Approach
Chrome unused

Description:
The first commercial Space Liner is shown nearing the scientific base on Janus, January 9, 2028. This is the closest moon to Saturn and to its awesome, yet beautiful rings


Static Firing Test Tower, Marshall Space Flight Center
Title:
Static Firing Test Tower, Marshall Space Flight Center
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
NASA - Marshall Photo the Saturn booster undergoes static firing at the NASA George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Alabama. The booster has been successfully static fired many times prior to the launching of the first Saturn from Cape Canaveral, Florida on October 27, 1961. the same tower has been used for Redstone and Jupiter programs. Static testing of a missile consists of locking the missile into place on the stand and firing it. The missile does not "take off", but as it strains against the mighty grip of the great tower its roaring engine can be studied for performance characteristics as if it were actually in flight J.D. Natural Color Reproductions



Atlas ICBM
Title:
Atlas ICBM
Chrome unused

Description:
This picture shows the Atlas ICBM at the moment of blast off from its pod at Cape Canaveral. A similar type of vehicle launched our Astronauts into their orbits around the earth


Launch of the Mercury Redstone
Title:
Launch of the Mercury Redstone
Chrome unused

Description:
Launch of the Mercury Redstone vehicle carrying spacecraft Freedom 7 with Navy Commander Alan Shepard aboard. The launch took place on May 5, 1961 and COmmander Shepard became the first astronaut in space



Blue Scout Rocket
Title:
Blue Scout Rocket
Chrome unused

Description:
The Blue Scout being readied for launch is a US Air Force research rocket capable of placing a 200 lb. payload in a 300 mile orbit or boosting a 50 lb. payload to an altitude of 12,000 miles


Telstar I
Title:
Telstar I
Chrome unused

Description:
TELSTAR I - American Telephone and Telegraph Company's active communication satellite was orbited on a NASA DELTA rocket from Cape Canaveral on July 10, 1962, to provide an experimental telephone and television link between the United States and Europe



U.S. Flag and Footprints in the Soil of the Moon
Title:
U.S. Flag and Footprints in the Soil of the Moon
Chrome unused

Description:
NASA's Apollo 11 - Moon Landing From John F. Kennedy Space Center Florida The United States Flag, unfurled by Astronauts Neil A. Armstrong & Edwin E. Aldrin, Jr. on July 20, 1969 to become the first men to plant human-footprints upon another celestial body


NASA's View: The Next Logical Step
Title:
NASA's View: The Next Logical Step
Chrome unused

Description:
In 1982, with the successful completion of the four Space Shuttle orbiter flight tests, NASA began a planning activity to define a possible space station. The station is viewed as the next logical step in space. It builds upon the Nation's past experience in space and provides us, for the first time, with the capability for permanent utilization of the space environment. Official NASA Photograph



Picture of Earth taken from Apollo 8
Title:
Picture of Earth taken from Apollo 8
Chrome unused

Description:
John F. Kennedy Space Center, NASA. This is the Earth as it appeared to Apollo 8 crew members Frank Borman, James Lovell and William Anders as they orbited the moon on Christmas Eve, 1968


N.A.S.A. 747 Transporter
Title:
N.A.S.A. 747 Transporter
Edward's Air Force Base California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
The N.A.S.A. 747 transporter carried Space Shuttle orbiter "Enterprise" during final approach and landing test near Edwards Air Force Base, California



Probe Deployment At Halley's Comet
Title:
Probe Deployment At Halley's Comet
Chrome unused

Description:
Proposed NASA mission to launch a spacecraft in July 1985 to rendezvous with comet Temple 2 in July 1988 flying past Halley's Comet and sending a probe toward it to sample material from its nucleus in December 1985


Recovery of U.S. Astronaut Alan Shepard
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Recovery of U.S. Astronaut Alan Shepard
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Recovery of Lieutenant Commander Shepard, the first U. S. man into space, after his 302 mile ride down the Atlantic Missile Range. Color by NASA



Neil A Armstrong, First Man On The Moon
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Neil A Armstrong, First Man On The Moon
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Astronaut Neil A. Armstrong, Commander of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing Mission. The first man on the moon said with his first step, "That's One Small Step for A Man, One Giant Leap For Mankind." His left foot touched the lunar surface at 10:56:20 PM (EDT) July 20, 1969. This was one of the greatest moments in history


NASA/Johnson Space Center
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NASA/Johnson Space Center
Houston Texas (TX), Continental Chrome unused

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David Damiani The control center for our astronauts. The visitor center features a complete space museum and theater which shows many action films of space flight



Apollo 11 Moon Landing
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Apollo 11 Moon Landing
Continental Chrome unused

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Series CC25905 Apollo 11 Liftoff. The huge 363-foot tall Apollo 11 (Spacecraft 107/Lunar Module 5/Saturn 506) space vehicle is launched from Kennedy Space Center, at 9:32 a.m. (EDT), July 16, 1969. Aboard the Apollo 11 spacecraft were Astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, Commander; Michael Collins, Command Module Pilot; and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., Lunar Module Pilot. Apollo 11 is the United States' first lunar landing mission.


Man's First Walk On The Moon
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Man's First Walk On The Moon
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Series CC25908 Apollo 11 Moon Landing - July 20, 1969. Edwin E. Aldrin, Jr., LM pilot, walking on the moon. The knees of his pressure suit are smudged with moon dirt. Reflected in his golden-faced visor are the white outlines of Neil A. Armstrong, Commander, the landing craft, Eagle, the American Flag and one of the scientific experiments they set up. Their footprints are visible in the foreground.



Recovery After Splashdown
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Recovery After Splashdown
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Series CC25926 Apollo 11 Moon Landing - July 20, 1969. Recovery Area in the Pacific Ocean, 900 miles south-west of Hawaii. The Apollo 11 astronauts prepare to be hoisted aboard recovery helicopter following their splashdown on July 24, 1969. After their successful lunar landing mission, the space pilots entered the Mobile Quarantine Facility aboard the USS Hornet.


The Air Force Atlas Agena
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The Air Force Atlas Agena
Chrome PM 1961 Jan-24

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The Air Force Atlas-Agena space vehicle undergoes preflight checkout before lifting the Midas missile detection satellite into orbit from Cape Canaveral, launching site of the Air Force Missile Test Canter.



Space Shuttle Orbiter Crew Members
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Space Shuttle Orbiter Crew Members
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Space Shuttle Orbiter (Challenger) Crew Members . . . Astronauts of the first five-member crew, for the seventh Space Orbital Flight (STS-7) are left to right first row: Sally K. Ride (Mission Specialist), Robert L. Crippen (Commander), Frederick H. Hauck, (Pilot); rear row: John M. Fabian (left) and Norman E. Thagard, (Mission Specialists). The 6 day mission performed in “almost flawless fashion” as it accomplished 96% of its objectives and there were far fewer “anomalies” than on any previous mission. The light goofup involved some brief, balky behavior by an auxiliary power unit(s) (APUS). The crew set out two commercial communication satellites, one Canadian, the other Indonesian. The challenger crew members also activated other experiments of commercial value. June 18, 1983.


STS-1 Crew Patch
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STS-1 Crew Patch
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This is the official insignia for the first Space Shuttle orbital flight test (STS-1). Crewmen for the Orbiter 102 Columbia were Astronauts John W. Young commander, and Robert L. Crippen, pilot. The art work was done by artist Robert McCall.



Columbia Returns to Earth
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Columbia Returns to Earth
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Columbia returns to Earth. Completing the first full test of the Space Transportation System, the Orbiter Columbia touches down on Rogers Drylake at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Facility, Edward's AFB, CA.


The Space Shuttle Orbiter Columbia
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The Space Shuttle Orbiter Columbia
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The Space Shuttle Orbiter Columbia-riding piggyback atop a modified 747 jet called the Shuttle Carrier Aircraft-takes off from Dryden Flight Research Facility to begin a two-day journey to Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Two weeks prior Columbia returned to Earth from the first flight into space



The Saturn V Rocket
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The Saturn V Rocket
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The Saturn V Rocket on display near Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space Center, Fl.


John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
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John F. Kennedy Space Center N. A. S. A
Chrome unused

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The Official Apollo 15 Emblem



Artist's Conception Shows Proposed Spacecraft For The Venus Mapper
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Artist's Conception Shows Proposed Spacecraft For The Venus Mapper
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Artist's conception shows proposed spacecraft for the Venus Mapper (VM), which would use imaging radar to see through Venus cloud cover to map 90 percent of the planet's surface. Partially assembled form spare parts of past and future JPL spacecraft missions like Viking, Voyager and Galileo, the VM, if authorized for a new start in 1984, would be ready for launch for NASA's Space Shuttle in 1988. It would arrive at Venus six months later.


Space Shuttle Insignia
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Space Shuttle Insignia
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NASA has adopted an official design of an insignia for its Space Shuttle and Space Transportation System. The emblem is triangular in shape pointed upward with an overhead view of he Space Shuttle in white on a field of two shades of blue. The entire emblem is outlined by gold stripe. The insignia represents the entire Space Transportation System or Space Shuttle program. The Space Shuttle, as it appears on the insignia, consists of the Orbiter, a delta-wing airplane like vehicle, mounted on a large cylindrical external propellant tank which, in turn has attached to it two solid-propellant booster rockets. The Space Shuttle is launched like a rocket, performs Earth orbital missions of up to 30 days, then lands like an airplane and is refurbished for another mission. Crews may consist of as many as seven people – commander, pilot, mission specialist and up to four payload specialists who will operate specific payload equipment where their special skills are needed.



Apollo 8
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Apollo 8
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Launch of Apollo 8 Astronauts, Frank barman, James Lovell and William Anders, in a successful orbit of the Moon.


Most of the well-known landmarks in the Big Apple
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Most of the well-known landmarks in the Big Apple
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Most of the well-known landmarks in the “Big Apple” and its environs are visible in these 30-meter resolution thematic Mapper images taken from the Landsat-4 spacecraft. The five Boroughs of New York are quite evident: Brooklyn, in the lower right; Queens, upper right: Manhatten, center; the Bronx, top center, and Staten Island, bottom center. Across the Hudson (along which many piers can be seen) are Newark and Jersey City (above Staten Island), Elizabeth City (note the storage tank forms) to the west, and Peterson, near upper left corner, along with other New Jersey towns, Central Park stands out in the darker area (because of shadow casting tell buildings) of Manhattan. The island on which the Statue of Liberty rests is just south of the Battery and the Brooklyn bridge is the first encountered going up the East river.



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