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Apollo 16 Hasselblad image from film magazine - Orbit & Post-Ldg

Tell me "THIS" landed on the moon?! Anyone with mechanical knowledge has to conclude: The biggest HOAX of our lifetime (besides some major other ones). www.disclose.tv - http://dtv.to/VaCeff

Tell me "THIS" landed on the moon? Anyone with mechanical knowledge has to conclude: The biggest HOAX of our lifetime (besides some major other ones).

“A view of the Apollo 9 Lunar Module (LM), “Spider”, in a lunar landing configuration, as photographed from the Command and Service Modules (CSM) on the fifth day

Apollo photos give inside look on 11 historical flights | Daily Mail Online

Unseen Apollo photos give inside look on the historical 11 missions — Daily Mail

Stunning unseen photos of the 11 Apollo missions give an inside look on the most famous flights in history through the lens of the very few astronauts who have ever dared to explore space.

December 14, 1970 — In a classic test pilot pose, Apollo 14 astronaut Alan Shepard stands near a Lunar Landing Training Vehicle before a test flight at Ellington Air Force Base in Houston, Texas.

December 1970 — In a classic test pilot pose, Apollo 14 astronaut Alan Shepard stands near a Lunar Landing Training Vehicle before a test flight at Ellington Air Force Base in Houston, Texas.

The search for Snoopy: Astronomers and students to look for lost Apollo 10 module | collectSPACE

The search for Snoopy: Astronomers and students to look for lost Apollo 10 module collectSPACE

At 2:30pm EST on December 4, 1965, Gemini 7 blasts off from Cape Canaveral, carrying astronauts Frank Borman and Jim Lovell into space for a mission that lasted 13 days, 18 hours, 35 minutes. (Please note this posted to the minute!!) (NASA)

The Gemini VII spacecraft carrying astronauts Frank Borman command pilot and James A. pilot was successfully launched by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration from Pad 19 at Cape Canaveral FL. Image Date: December 4 1965

Apollo 9 Lunar Module "Spider" being flown by Jim McDivitt and Rusty Schweikart. Photographed by Dave Scott from comman module "Gumdrop"

The Lunar Module "Spider" ascent stage is photographed from the Command/Service Module on the fifth day of the Apollo 9 earth-orbital mission. The Lunar Module's descent stage had already been jettisoned.

First In Space: Vostok-1 Pilot Yuri Gagarin | Following seven test flights (several of the failures) carrying animals and equipment, the Vostok spacecraft is deemed ready to carry a human passenger. On April 12, 1961, a 27-year-old Soviet Air Force pilot makes history. Strapped to his ejection seat, Gagarin rides inside the 7 1/2 foot-wide (2.3 meter) pressurized cabin...

See how the first human spaceflight actually occurred when the Soviet Union launched cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin on Vostok 1 on April Yuri Gagarin orbited the Earth for 108 minutes to usher in the age of human spaceflight

If the Earth were the size of a basketball, than no human has been higher than a half inch above the surface for 40 years.

Saturn V on the Launchpad. This rocket took us to the Moon. Now we can't even get to the International Space Station by ourselves. Where is all the money going? What are all the brains doing? What planet are the politicians living on?

Under the spreading chestnut tree I sold you and you sold me

July 1971 – Apollo 15 astronaut Jim Irwin works at the lunar rover at the end of the first moonwalk of the mission.

Apollo 12 Al Bean is working at the MESA and the S-Band antenna is at the right edge of the picture. The LM is sitting on the northwest rim of Surveyor Crater and a portion of the crater can be seen on the left side of the picture.

Apollo 12 Al Bean is working at the MESA and the S-Band antenna is at the right edge of the picture. The LM is sitting on the northwest rim of Surveyor Crater and a portion of the crater can be seen on the left side of the picture.

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