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Apollo 9 EVA

Apollo 9 Command/Service Modules (CSM) nicknamed “Gumdrop” and Lunar Module (LM), nicknamed “Spider” are shown docked together as Command Module pilot David R. Scott stands in the open hatch. Astronaut Russell L. Schweickart, Lunar Module pilot, t.

Harrison Schmitt, Apollo 1972 The only scientist to land on the moon, Schmitt had helped train other astronauts to be field geologists. The last Apollo expedition covered the most territory; the astronauts ventured miles from their landing site.

Dolphins "escort" a US Navy submarine

My only naval board, couldn't resist the pic! historywars: “ Dolphins leading a submarine.

Understanding the size of Earth in comparison to the rest of our solar system - an amazing illustration to visualize the size and scale of our world!

Visualizing The Size And Scale Of Our World

The scale of it all! Understanding the size of Earth in comparison to the rest of our solar system -- an amazing illustration to visualize the size and scale of our world!

How Apollo Worked | The science showing that flight to the moon was possible was worked out in the 17th century, but it took until the mid-20th century for engineering and technology to advance enough to make it happen.

How Apollo Worked Diagrams and NASA artwork show how Apollo astronauts flew to the moon.

Navette Atlantis

♥ To remember. "Space Shuttle" - In my teenage years. I had this picture on my wall and I was proud to NASA.

Echo Project NASA Langley Research Center 1965 Retro Futurism / Science / Tech

NASA ECHO II // From Wikipedia: "Project Echo was the first passive communications satellite experiment. Each of the two American spacecraft, launched in 1960 and was a metalized balloon satellite acting as a passive reflector of microwave sig

#astrointerest -   #BuzzAldrin by #NeilArmstrong on the Moon - 21 juillet 1969

I wonder if Neil Armstrong ever spaces out? hahahaha Buzz Aldrin by Neil Armstrong on the Moon - 21 juillet 1969 yes or no?

Buzz Aldrin on lunar surface (1969) - so I can follow in his footsteps

I am Buzz Aldrin, engineer, American astronaut, and the second person to walk on the moon during the Apollo 11 moon landing.

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