Rocket Park, NASA JSC

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All taken with Zenitar 16mm/2.8 on a D7000

Saturn V Booster
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Saturn V Fuel Tank
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Rocket Flare
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Plumbing
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Mercury
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Mercury Capsule Space Center Houston by dmccardle, on Flickr
 
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Very nice. The Mercury capsule seems SO primitive to today's Space Shuttle. I remember the Mercury Capsules floating down from space. It was such a big TV deal back then. Now we are lucky to see the space shuttle land on the news.
 

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