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In this aerial photo taken on November 13, 1964 we see NASA’s ‘missile row’ at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. The view is looking north, with the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) under construction, in the upper left hand corner.

Picture of the Day: NASA’s Missile Row at Cape Canaveral, 1964

Aerial view captured in 1964 of the string of launch pads called ‘Missile Row’ at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.

Saturn V Illustration by  Stephen Biesty

An extremely detailed infographic on the Saturn 5 Several other similar illustrations about space exploration on the source webpage.

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Birds Eye View of Shuttle Launch. Gabriel Green and Capt. Zachary Bartoe patrol the airspace in an Strike Eagle as the Space Shuttle Atlantis launches May at Kennedy Space Center, Fla. Photo credit: U.S.

Kennedy Space Center @ Cape Canaveral, FL - 1972 & 2004

Kennedy Space Center @ Cape Canaveral, FL - 1972 2004 This was an amazing place to visit, don't miss it!

Structure design for a factory on an exoplanet in the process of being terraformed.

Structure design for a factory on an exoplanet in the process of being terraformed.

Tout savoir sur les navettes spatiales...

NASA's space shuttles are amazing flying machines. They launch like rocket, land like airplanes and then hit the hangar for a pit stop before turning around and doing it again. Now, nearly 30 years after the first space shuttle - Columbia - bla

B-52's on the ready at Barksdale AFB

Designed for a quick launch of several nuclear armed bombers. I spent many 12 hours at the Christmas tree.

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