Apollo 10 - crawler rolls out the Saturn V from the VAB to te launch pad

humanoidhistory: “March 1969 — The Apollo 10 rocket and launch tower, atop the ginormous crawler-transporter, inches its way to Launch Complex 39 at Kennedy Space Center.

The Golden Age of NASA Infographic | shared by mattb434 | Dec 04, 2014 | in Science | Every US space mission from Mercury to Apollo-Soyuz with astronauts color-coded by selection group.

Every US space mission from Mercury to Apollo-Soyuz with astronauts color-coded by selection group./ have you ever wondered why we have never had a manned space mission outside the earth's orbit in over 40 years?

NASA Apollo Missions - This timeline will also provide the students a foundation of the important dates to include in their timeline of NASA and the Apollo missions.

NASA Apollo missions-each an important stepping stone in aerospace technology

This Week in NASA History: First Crewed Saturn V Mission Launches -- Dec. 21 1968

First Crewed Saturn V Mission Launches -- Dec. 21, 1968

This Week in NASA History: First Crewed Saturn V Mission Launches -- Dec. 21 1968 First Crewed Saturn V Mission Launches -- Dec.

"A pre-flight CT scan of a NASA A7L spacesuit, the type of suit worn during the Apollo missions."

"A pre-flight CT scan of a NASA spacesuit, the type of suit worn during the Apollo missions.two pieces of art: the suit and the CT scan.amazing technology on both ends of the process.

Apollo 13 (1970)

Today marks the Anniversary of launch of Apollo The Sucessful Failure that, despite a crippling explosion to the oxygen tank, managed to bring NASA astronauts Jim Lovell, Fred Haise, and Jack Swigert back to Earth safely.

Apollo 1: Astronauts Virgil "Gus" I. Grissom, Edward H. White II, and Roger B. Chaffee were to pilot the first manned Apollo mission. Tragically, during launch pad testing, a fire would asphyxiate the team. The mission was originally designated the Apollo 204, but was renamed Apollo 1 in their recognition.

From NASA’s Archives, 50 Amazing Photos Of The Apollo Moon Missions

NASA Astronauts Virgil "Gus" Grissom, Ed White and Roger Chaffee were to pilot the first manned Apollo mission. Tragically, the men were killed in a launchpad fire.

Apollo 13 flight directors celebrate the successful splashdown of the Apollo 13 command module. | NASA

Apollo 13 flight directors celebrate the successful splashdown of the Apollo 13 command module.

Astronauts Gus Grissom/ Edward White/ Roger Chaffee in front of the launch pad, 1967. They were to pilot the first manned Apollo mission. Tragically, during launch pad testing, a fire would asphyxiate them. The mission was originally designated the Apollo 204, but was renamed Apollo 1 in their recognition

These Are the Most Iconic Photos in Space Travel History

Astronauts Gus Grissom, Edward White and Roger Chaffee in front of the launch pad, 1967 ~~ The three astronauts stand in front of the launch pad before the tragic events of the Apollo 1 mission.

This looked like it was made of tin foil and straws and yet it took man to the moon and back, and even saved lives during the Apollo 13 mission.

Eagle Lander from Apollo Moon Mission; an amazing bit of engineering in its day. I wonder how we will go back to the moon.

One of many Apollo mission artifacts being displayed in the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC in honor of the 40th anniversary of the Apollo moon landing.

Apollo Mission Exhibition

One of many Apollo mission artifacts being displayed in the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC in honor of the anniversary of the Apollo moon landing.

APOLLO 1 Mission Photos | Information | APOLLO MANIACS

APOLLO 1 Mission Photos | Information | APOLLO MANIACS

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