Friday, June 3, 2011

Saturn V Rocket

This is just one of the many pictures I took inside the Apollo / Saturn V Center in NASA - Kennedy Space Center in Florida where the real Saturn V rocket is curently displayed. This place is a tribute to the Apollo astronauts and the machines that got them to the moon and brought them home safely. Remember the history making moment when a single man stepped onto the moon’s surface? It was a journey that began just a short distance from where the Apollo/Saturn V Center stands today. Saturn V served as the launch vehicle for the Apollo spacecraft.

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