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Orion MPCV Mockup
The Space Shuttle
Final Piggyback
The Space Shuttle Endeavour coming home.
The Space Shuttle Endeavour coming home.
The Space Shuttle Endeavour coming home.
The Space Shuttle Endeavour coming home.
Space Shuttle Endeavour coming home to LAX
Apollo command module at Kennedy Space Center
Space shuttle Endeavour coming home.
Helpful reminder for NASA personnel.
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Shuttle and SCA pass by.
The space shuttle's port wing and elevator at the Smithsonian's Udvar-Hazy Center, April 19, 2012.
X-15 looking ready to take flight in the Air and Space Museum.
A fully fueled SpaceX Falcon-9 rocket bathed in xenon spotlights, ready to launch the first commercial spacecraft to the International Space Station an hour later.
The sun rises behind the United State's largest & most powerful space launch vehicle, the Delta-IV Heavy rocket.
Atlantis begins her final move, a short transport to her permanent public exhibit at the KSC Visitor Complex a few miles away.
A sunrise goodbye to space shuttle Endeavour as she rides piggyback atop a modified NASA 747 SCA, making her way to southern CA for public display.
Final flight of the space shuttle Discovery, an escorted sunrise departure from her home base on a 1-way trip to the Smithsonian.
A Delta-II rocket launches NASA's twin GRAIL spacecraft on a science mission to map the moon's gravitational field from lunar orbit.
A Delta-IV Heavy rocket launches a classified top-secret payload for the National Reconnaissance Office, mission designate NROL-15.
The final launch of orbiter Discovery, STS-133.

1st Annual Air & Space Photo Contest
Pluto98 tucked in and cozy

Pluto98 tucked in and cozy

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Date Taken: 04.2012
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