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1988 - soviet spaceplane Baikal waiting atop the Energiya rocket on the UKSS (V. Komarov Launchpad), ready for her maiden voyage with crew and supplies for the international space station Europa.

Russian Soyuz Rocket (Nick Stevens) http://spaceart1.ning.com/photo/two-soyuz-views?context=album&albumId=2641110%3AAlbum%3A59569

Russian Soyuz Rocket (Nick Stevens) http://spaceart1.ning.com/photo/two-soyuz-views?context=album&albumId=2641110%3AAlbum%3A59569

https://flic.kr/p/8RWqnK | N1-L3 Moon Rocket Transporter-Erector | The N-1 on the “Grasshopper” Transporter-Erector on it’s way to the Launch Pad. These “Grasshoppers” is still standing in front of Site # 112, somewhat modified for the Energia-Buran Complex.

The Soviet rocket designed to take Russians to the moon. The project was later abandoned among several test failures and health concerns along with defeat in the space race as The US got to the moon first.

Vintage NASA illustrations show the differences among Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo spacecrafts.

I Liked Article Vintage NASA illustrations show the differences among Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo spacecrafts.

Soviet N1 Moon rocket. -/by martin.trolle #flickr #CCCP #N1 #lunar #rocket

Rocket was a Soviet Unions Moon Rocket. Its counterpart was American the Saturn-V. First stage had 30 Rocket Engines.

Spaceports: Soyuz to Launch Oct. 20 from French Guiana

Soyuz on the launchpad at Europe's Spaceport /by europeanspaceagency

Soviet Energiya launch vehicle with Skif-DM/Polyus at site 110 of the Baikonur cosmodrome.

Polyus-Skif (the long black satellite) mated to the Energia rocket sits on the launch pad.

Soviet Energia/Polyus

USSR superheavy launcher Energia with “Polyus”, space combat laser station.

The SpaceX Dragon commercial cargo craft

Dragon grappled by With the blackness of space and clouds over Earth forming a backdrop, the SpaceX Dragon commercial cargo craft is grappled by the robotic arm at the.

June 25, 1969: At the Tyuratam Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan SSR, the N-1 Manned Lunar Launch Vehicle is raised onto its launch pad for flight preparation for the 3 July 1969 launch attempt of N-1/L3K with Cosmonauts Leonov  Makarov on board to land on the Moon.

June At the Tyuratam Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan SSR, the Manned Lunar Launch Vehicle is raised onto its launch pad for flight preparation for the 3 July 1969 launch attempt of with Cosmonauts Leonov Makarov on board to land on the Moon.

Dan-Winters-1

Fotografias de Dan Winters

Incredible photos of America's Space Shuttle Program by Dan Winter - Art Fucks Me

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