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Lunar Orbiter I Launch
Lunar Orbiter I Launch
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Lunar Landing Vehicle
Lunar Landing Vehicle
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Supersonic Transport Model Miniature
Supersonic Transport Model Miniature
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Vertol VZ-2 (Model 76)
Vertol VZ-2 (Model 76)
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Weick W-1
Weick W-1
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Curtiss Bleeker Helicopter
Curtiss Bleeker Helicopter
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Lockheed Vega Air Express
Lockheed Vega Air Express
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Amelia Earhart
Amelia Earhart
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Curtiss Hawk with NACA Cowling
Curtiss Hawk with NACA Cowling
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Wright Apache
Wright Apache
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Curtiss JN-4 Jenny Aircraft With Model Wing Suspended
Curtiss JN-4 Jenny Aircraft With Model Wing Suspended
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16 Foot Transonic Tunnel Rehabilitation
16 Foot Transonic Tunnel Rehabilitation
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Amelia Earhart Featured Image

Amelia Earhart

Group photo on steps of Langley Research Building in 1928. front row, left to right: E.A. Meyers, Elton Miller, Amelia Earhart, Henry Reid, and Lt. Col. Jacob W.S. Wuest. Back row, left to right: Carlton Kemper, Raymond Sharp, Thomas Carroll, (unknown person behind A.E.), and Fred Weick. During her tour of Langley in November 1928, Amelia Earhart had part of her raccoon fur coat sucked into the 11 Inch High Speed Tunnel. To her left are Henry Reid and Co. Jacob Wuest, Langley base commander

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Evolution of the Airfoil
Evolution of the Airfoil
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Langley First Wind Tunnel
Langley First Wind Tunnel
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Little Joe Launch Vehicle
Little Joe Launch Vehicle
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Molded Astronaut Couches
Molded Astronaut Couches
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RM-10 Research Model
RM-10 Research Model
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North American XP-51 Mustang
North American XP-51 Mustang
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Mitsubishi A6M2
Mitsubishi A6M2
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First Titan-Centaur Launch Test
First Titan-Centaur Launch Test
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Lightning Above the STS-8 Launch Pad
Lightning Above the STS-8 Launch Pad
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Electrical Storm
Electrical Storm
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Columbia 180 Turn and Burn
Columbia 180 Turn and Burn
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Return to Flight Launch of Discovery
Return to Flight Launch of Discovery
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First Titan-Centaur Launch Test Featured Image

First Titan-Centaur Launch Test

The first Titan/Centaur lifted off from Complex 41 at Cape Kennedy Air Force Station at 9:48 AM EDT. The Titan stages burned as programmed, but when the Centaur stage failed to ignite, the Range Safety Officer destroyed it. The new NASA rocket was launched on a proof of concept flight designed to prepare it for twin Viking launches to Mars in 1975 and other missions involving heavy payloads. The 160-foot-tall rocket combines the Air Force Titan III with the NASA high-energy Centaur final stage. The twin solid rocket boosters have a combined liftoff thrust of 2.4 million pounds. Aboard Titan/ Centaur on its proof of concept flight were a dynamic simulator of the Viking spacecraft and a small scientific satellite (SPHINX) designed to determine how high voltage solar cells, insulators, and conductors are affected by the charges particles in space. KSC's Unmanned Launch Operations Directorate conducted the launch. For more information about Titan and Centaur, please see Chapters 4 and 8, respectively, in Roger Launius and Dennis Jenkins book To Reach the High Frontier published by The University Press of Kentucky in 2002

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Gemini 9A Splashdown
Gemini 9A Splashdown
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Missile Row
Missile Row
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STS-64 Launch
STS-64 Launch
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STS-60 Launch
STS-60 Launch
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STS-57 Launch
STS-57 Launch
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STS-56 Launch
STS-56 Launch
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STS-43 Launch
STS-43 Launch
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STS-28 Rollout
STS-28 Rollout
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Viking 1 Launch
Viking 1 Launch
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Apollo 16 Launch
Apollo 16 Launch
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Apollo 14 Launch
Apollo 14 Launch
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GPN-2000-000627
GPN-2000-000627
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STS-57 Launch Featured Image

STS-57 Launch

The first flight of the commercially developed SPACEHAB laboratory module begins with the flawless liftoff of the Space Shuttle Endeavour from Launch Pad 39B at 9:07:22 a.m. EDT, June 21, 1993. Also planned for the eight-day flight of Mission STS-57 is the retrieval of the European Retrievable Carrier (EURECA). Onboard for the fourth flight of Endeavour are a crew of six: Mission Commander Ronald J. Grabe; Pilot Brian Duffy; Payload Commander G. David Low; and Mission Specialists Nancy Jane Sherlock, Peter J.K. "Jeff" Wisoff, and Janice E. Voss. The first launch attempt on June 20 was scrubbed due to unacceptable weather conditions both at KSC and the overseas contingency landing sites

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Bumper V-2 Launch
Bumper V-2 Launch
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Mariner 1 Launch
Mariner 1 Launch
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Apollo 4 liftoff
Apollo 4 liftoff
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Gemini 10 launch time exposure
Gemini 10 launch time exposure
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Sunlight over Earth as seen by STS-29 crew
Sunlight over Earth as seen by STS-29 crew
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Replica of Plaque Left on Moon by Apollo 17 Astronauts
Replica of Plaque Left on Moon by Apollo 17 Astronauts
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Apollo 10 launch
Apollo 10 launch
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Earth from Apollo 8
Earth from Apollo 8
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Gemini 6 Views Gemini 7
Gemini 6 Views Gemini 7
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Terraced Wall Crater on the Lunar Limb
Terraced Wall Crater on the Lunar Limb
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Long Shadows on the Lunar Surface
Long Shadows on the Lunar Surface
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Augmented Target Docking Adapter
Augmented Target Docking Adapter
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