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Lunar rover 441 viewsThe Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) or lunar rover (popularly known as the moon buggy) was a 4-wheeled rover used on the Moon during the last three missions (15, 16, and 17) of the Apollo program in the early 1970s.

Oct 24, 2009
German V-1 Rocket362 viewsThe V-1 was designed by Robert Lusser of the Fieseler company and Fritz Gosslau from the Argus engine works, with a fuselage constructed mainly of welded sheet steel and wings built similarly or of plywood. The simple pulse jet engine pulsed 50 times per second.Oct 24, 2009
Early Astronaut Suit315 viewsHere is a shot of an older astronaut suitOct 24, 2009
Ham the Chimp Capsule422 viewsHam (July 1956 – January 19, 1983), also known as Ham the Chimp and Ham the Astrochimp, was the first hominid launched into outer space. Ham's name is an acronym for the lab that prepared him for his historic mission — the Holloman Aerospace Medical Center, located at Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico.

Oct 24, 2009
Ares V Rockets307 viewsScale models of the Ares V rockets. The Ares V is being designed as a heavy-launch vehicle to send large hardware and materials to the Moon or send supplies beyond Earth orbit to sustain human presence there.Oct 24, 2009
Apollo 16 Capsule473 viewsApollo 16 was the tenth manned mission in the Apollo program, the fifth mission to land on the Moon and the first to land in a highlands area. The mission was launched on April 16, 1972, and concluded on April 27. It was a J-class mission, featuring a Lunar Rover and it brought back 94.7 kg of lunar samples.Oct 24, 2009
Apollo 16 Heat Shield313 viewsThe charred remains of the re-entered Apollo 16 heat shield. Oct 24, 2009
Apollo 16 Crew Door352 viewsHatch door from the Appollo 16 capsule.Oct 24, 2009
Able and Baker Nose Cone464 viewsMonkeys "Able" and "Baker" became the first monkeys to survive spaceflight after their 1959 flight.Oct 24, 2009
Marine System Impact558 viewsThe colors indicate levels of human impact, with cooler shades representing lower levels of impact than warmer shades, which represent higher levels of impact.Oct 19, 2009
Cell902 viewsView of a normal cell and one infected with cancer. Oct 19, 2009
Sexual Reproduction1125 viewsOverview of sexual reproduction. Oct 19, 2009
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