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Apollo Program at Astronautix

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Early Apollo

Gary Meyer

Apollo Program at Astronautix

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Gjertson’s ASTP

Apollo-Soyuz Test Project at Astronautix

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Space Station 1970 at Astronautix

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Apollo Flight Configuration

The Saturn V configuration is shown in inches and meters as illustrated by the Boeing Company. The Saturn V vehicle consisted of three stages: the S-IC (first) stage powered by five F-1 engines, the S-II (second) stage powered by five J-2 engines, the S-IVB (third) stage powered by one J-2 engine. A top for the first three stages was designed to contain the instrument unit, the guidance system, the Apollo spacecraft, and the escape system. The Apollo spacecraft consisted of the lunar module, the service module, and the command module. The Saturn V was designed perform lunar and planetary missions and it was capable of placing 280,000 pounds into Earth orbit.

Saturn V at Astronautix

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Saturn V Apollo

Saturn V at Astronautix

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Apollo 8 Coming Home

Oil on panel by Robert McCall. The Apollo 8 spacecraft fires it’s engines to propel it out of lunar orbit and the return trip to Earth.

This is NASA, EP 22, 1971

Apollo Program at Astronautix

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We Land On The Moon

NASA artwork as it appears in We Land On The Moon by John Raymond in 1963.

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Beautiful scan of an original NASA issued lithograph.

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Apollo Program at Astronautix

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Drew Granston

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