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[PHOTOS] NASA Has Released More than 8,000 Images of the Apollo Mission

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[PHOTO] Atlas Negative Collection Image

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Atlas Negative Collection Image

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Mercury Mission Control, 1962

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There and Back Again, Mars United ~ Andy Rohr

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Michael Collins Sets Things Straight

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Rocket Stories, 1953

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Welcome, Voyagers 


Rockets of the World, to Scale

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‘Rocket to the Moon’: LIFE Magazine, 1949

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Life, January 17, 1949


When Can We Take a Vacation to the Moon?

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Dream of a New Earth

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Dream of a new Earth

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Dr. Werhner von Braun with Walt Disney in 1954

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Promoting his vision of manned spaceflight, Dr. Werhner von Braun poses with Walt Disney in 1954


[PHOTO] Space: Robert C. Stewart Flying a Rarely Used MMU in 1984

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[PHOTO] ‘Go USA’ Poster of the Day

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Check it out: http://goo.gl/vu3QAW

Best comment: “NASA uses the metric system. Just saying.”

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Vintage Book Cover Art of the Day: They Tampered with Eternity ‘The Twisted Men’

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Vintage Japanese Illustration of the Day: ‘Captain Ultra Station in the Universe’

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Translated: “Captain Ultra Station in the Universe – Silver Star”

 


Space-Age Bachelor Pad

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Just kidding. It’s our Vintage Space Illustration of the day. Looks like good living quarters, yeah? I wonder it has a Hi Fi…


November 14, 1969: Apollo 12 Mission Launches Into Space

November 14, 1969: Apollo 12 Mission Launches Into Space

On this day in 1969, Apollo 12 launched into space from Cape Canaveral, Florida as the second mission to land on the moon and the sixth manned flight in the United States’ Apollo program by NASA.

In total, the Apollo program resulted in 12 spaceflights and 12 astronauts who walked on the moon. The program developed as a result of President John F. Kennedy challenging the nation, in 1961, to land on the moon by the end on the decade.

Watch History Detectives’ “Moon Museum” which explores the question: Did NASA actually deliver the artwork of Andy Warhol to the moon?

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