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

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

Description:
The Appollo 17 space vehicle lifted off from Launch Complex 39 A, at 12:33 EST Dec. 7th 1972.



Aerial View of Spaceport U.S.A.
Title:
Aerial View of Spaceport U.S.A.
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome unused


N.A.S.A.
Title:
N.A.S.A.
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome PM 1977 Mar-28

Description:
Entrance to Visitors' Information Center



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

Description:
N.A.S.A. Dexter Press, Inc.


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

Description:
A wide angle view of the space shuttle in launch position on pad A in preparation for the launch of STS-2



List of Gemini Titan II Space Missions
Title:
List of Gemini Titan II Space Missions
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
Complex 19 Gemini Titan II The United States 2 Man Space Missions GT-3 4 Orbits 23 Mar. 1965 Maj. Virgil I. Grissom, 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. List of the Gemini Titan II Space Missions, Complex 19


Space Shuttle Launch
Title:
Space Shuttle Launch
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome PM 1989 Aug-7

Description:
After six years of silence the thunder of manned space flight is heard again, as the successful launch of the first Space Shuttle ushers in a new concept in utilization of space. The April 12, 1987 launch, at Pad 39A, Kennedy Space Center, just seconds past 7 am, carries Astronauts John Young and Robert Crippen into an Earth orbit mission, ending with unpowered landing at Edwards Air Force Base in California



Firing Room 3
Title:
Firing Room 3
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
NASA Visitors view recreation of Apollo XI launch from Firing Room 3, Kennedy Space Center, Florida


Aerial View of Visitor's Information Center
Title:
Aerial View of Visitor's Information Center
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
With the huge Vehicle Assembly Building at Launch Complex 39 in the background Koppel Color Cards



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


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

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



Entrance to Visitor's Center
Title:
Entrance to Visitor's Center
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome unused


Lunar Module at John F. Kennedy Space Center
Title:
Lunar Module at John F. Kennedy Space Center
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
This is the type of vehicle that will place American astronauts on the moon



Launch of the Mercury Restone Vehicle, JFK Space Center
Title:
Launch of the Mercury Restone Vehicle, JFK Space Center
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
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


Visitors View Recreation of Apollo XI Launch from Firing Room 3
Title:
Visitors View Recreation of Apollo XI Launch from Firing Room 3
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome unused



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


Spaceport USA Tour Buses Transporting Visitors
Title:
Spaceport USA Tour Buses Transporting Visitors
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
NASA To view Space Shuttle sitting on Launch Pad 39A Mike Roberts



The World - Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
Title:
The World - Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
NASA The world - yesterday, today and tomorrow. The top map shows the world as it probably appeared just as the Pangaean supercontinent began to break up 200 million years ago. The center map depicts the world as it is today. The bottom map shows the important changes that will occur in the future, including the drift of Southern California out into the Pacific Ocean towards eventual oblivion in the Aleutian trench. Official NASA Photograph


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

Description:
The Apollo 17 space vehicle lifted off from Launch Complex 39A at 12:33 EST Dec. 7th 1972



The Skylab 1 Launch Vehicle
Title:
The Skylab 1 Launch Vehicle
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Skylab 1 launch vehicle was moved form the vehicle assembly building to pad 39A in the first part of its move toward Earth orbit Koppel


Apollo 17 on Launch Pad 39A
Title:
Apollo 17 on Launch Pad 39A
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
With full moon in background Koppel



Astronauts starting their journey
Title:
Astronauts starting their journey
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Florida. Astronauts starting their journey into space - walking to elevator in service tower prior to orbital mission


John F. Kennedy Space Center, NASA
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center, NASA
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome PM 1978 Mar-23

Description:
Model space shuttle on display at visitor information center, Kennedy Space Center, Florida. This exhibit explains how future flights will be conducted and what benefits can be obtained from this expected airline type operation



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

Description:
N.A.S.A National Aeronautics and Space Administration's "Mercury Redstone" being readied for launch at the Cape Kennedy launch site.The rocket was provided by the NASA George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL


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



John F. Kennedy Space Center N.A.S.A
Title:
John F. Kennedy Space Center N.A.S.A
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome PM 1987 Mar-9

Description:
Skylab 2 rollout from V.A.B. to Complex 39B 134517


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

Description:
Kennedy space center, Florida N. A. S. A.



Apollo 11 Crew, John F. Kennedy Space Center
Title:
Apollo 11 Crew, John F. Kennedy Space Center
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
NASA. The prime crew for Apollo 11, astronauts, Neil A. Armstrong, Michael Collins and Edwin E. Aldrin, watch as the space vehicle scheduled to carry them to the moon was positioned on the launch pad


Mercury Atlas Vehicle MA-6
Title:
Mercury Atlas Vehicle MA-6
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
Being readied for launch. Aboard the spacecraft Friendship 7 is Marine Lieutenant Colonel John F. Glenn who on this historic day, February 20, 1962, was the first US Astronaut to orbit the Earth



Landing of Space Shuttle Challenger
Title:
Landing of Space Shuttle Challenger
Kennedy Space Center Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
NASA Commander Vance Brand and Pilot Robert Gibson guide Challenger to the first ever landing of a returning spaceship at Kennedy Space Center


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

Description:
The prime crew for Apollo 11, astronauts Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Edwin E. Aldrin, watch as the space vehicle scheduled to carry them to the moon was positioned on the launch pad





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