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Jupiter Lunar Landing

From one of Jupiter’s 12 moons, earth astronauts gaze on this impressive, but bleak, view of the 86,900 mile-diameter planet. More than 316 times the mass of the Earth, Jupiter is seven times further from the sun than Earth; would require voyage of one to two months to reach at velocity of one million feet per second. Max Hunter, Douglas Aircraft Company engineer predicts economically feasible trips to Jupiter will be made through development of nuclear thrust spaceship engines. 

Douglas Aircraft Company, Inc. General Offices, Santa Monica, Calif.

Image credit: Douglas Aircraft Company

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NASA/APOLLO

ARTIST’S CONCEPT OF THE APOLLO COMMAND MODULE AND SERVICE MODULE DOCKED WITH THE LUNAR MODULE. ONE ASTRONAUT HAS ALREADY BEEN TRANSFERRED TO THE LM AND THE SECOND IS MANEUVERING HIMSELF THROUGH THE FORWARD HATCH CONNECTING THE TWO SPACECRAFT.

Apollo Program at Astronautix

Image credit: NASA

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Helios

Krafft Ehricke at Astronautix

Image credit: Convair

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