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Take-off from a distance

Being aware of and/or watching (on TV) the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo rocket launches!

Father and son observe Apollo 11 launch, the spaceflight which landed the first humans, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, on the Moon on July 1969 ~ photograph by Ralph Crane

Lunar Landing Research Vehicle Poster featuring the photograph Lunar Landing Research Vehicle by Nasa

Lunar Landing Research Vehicle Poster by Nasa

Lunar Landing Research Vehicle (LLRV) built in 1963 as part of the Apollo Project to land on the moon. It was a vertical take-off and landing vehicle powered by a single jet engine. The vehicle allowed Apollo astronauts to train for real moon landings.

Saturn V S-II stage being hoisted into position for a test firing.

The S-II stage of the Saturn V rocket is hoisted onto the test stand in 1967 at the Mississippi Test Facility, now the Stennis Space Center. This was the second stage of the tall Moon rocket. The second stage was powered by five engines.

Saw this once, didn't get it...but it got me the second time around!!!

There is no lake in this picture. Tilt your head to the right, and the truth will be seen. The "lake" is the sky and the tree was pulled out of the ground

Apollo 10 - crawler rolls out the Saturn V from the VAB to te launch pad

humanoidhistory: “March 1969 — The Apollo 10 rocket and launch tower, atop the ginormous crawler-transporter, inches its way to Launch Complex 39 at Kennedy Space Center.

I never did find out how this Mountain Goat, Oreamnos americanus, managed to get down. I was there for more than an hour and it kept licking away at the mineral in the rock. It was a sheer drop below, there was no apparent way up or sideways. But then other’s did some amazing feats of climbing that the best mountain climbers would be envious of. Goat Lick Overlook, Glacier National Park   Just hang in there

Funny pictures about Religious goat. Oh, and cool pics about Religious goat. Also, Religious goat photos.

Saturn 5 ... Awesome! A high-angle view at Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center (KSC), showing the Apollo 14 stack.

A high-angle view at Launch Complex Kennedy Space Center (KSC), showing the Apollo 14 stack.//What a monster rocket, the most powerful rocket built thus far, until the SLS rocket!

Project Mercury - Image Gallery | NASA    The Launch of Mercury-Redstone   On May 5, 1961, Alan Shepard Jr. became the first American in space when Freedom 7 was launched by a Mercury-Redstone rocket developed at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala. The rocket was based on the earlier Redstone rocket developed by Wernher von Braun's team before they transferred from the

Project Mercury - Image Gallery

~ The Launch of Mercury-Redstone~ (NASA, Marshall, Archive, On May Alan Shepard Jr. became the first American in space when Freedom 7 was launched by a Mercury-Redstone rocket developed at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.

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