NASA SA-5 SATURN PHOTO SET
NASA SA-5 SATURN PHOTO SET
NASA SA-5 SATURN PHOTO SET
NASA SA-5 SATURN PHOTO SET
Views of Heavy Launch Complexes - 1965
Scale Model LEM
Apollo 4 (AS-501)
Aero-Spaceliner Series
North American Aviation Presentation Day
Apollo - Vintage Color - North American Aviation Photo ID's: 7004-90-2 'C' & 7004-90-2 'E'

Photo (Left): Vintage North American Aviation photo: 7004-90-2 'C'.  8 x10 in good condition on fiber based paper with
repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  Photo Date: 09-10-63.  

Photo (Right):   Vintage North American Aviation photo: 7004-90-2 'E'.  8 x10 in good condition on fiber based paper with
repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  Photo Date: 09-10-63.  
Apollo Command Module Prototype Interior
Apollo Launch Escape Tower Engine Assembly
Apollo - Vintage Color - North American Aviation Photo ID's: 7005-90-12 'U' & 7004-90-4 'A'

Photo (Left): Vintage North American Aviation photo: 7006-90-12 'U'.  8 x10 in good condition on fiber based paper with
repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  Photo Date: 12-18-62.  

Photo (Right):   Vintage North American Aviation photo: 7004-90-4 'A'.  8 x10 in good condition on fiber based paper
with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  Photo Date: 10-28-63.  

Description:  North American Aviation photo showing the Launch Escape Tower's rocket engine.  Photo on the left is a
first rendition mock-up and the photo on the right was used for testing.
North American Aviation Command Service Module Engine
Escape Tower Test Launch Sequence
Apollo - Little Joe II A-001 & A-002
AS-202, Vintage Color NASA Photo - Apollo 202

Decription:  Apollo/Saturn Mission 202 was launched from the John F. Kennedy
Space Center's Launch Complex 34 at 12:15 p.m., August 25, 1966, in a mission to
further qualify the Apollo spacecraft and Saturn launch vehicle for manned flight.
and Service Module. It is sometimes informally called Apollo 3.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent + condition with "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on
reverse.
Vintage Color - NASA / USAF Photo ID:  KSC-63PC-95 & LOC 63PC-95

Description:  Tour by President John F. Kennedy at Complex 37, CKMTA. Photo
showing Dr. Wernher von Braun, and President Kennedy pointing toward the sky.
Photo date is 16 Nov. 1963, just 6 days before his assassination.

Photo:  8 x 10 in great condition on fiber based paper with 4 push-pin holes on
the boarder.  Repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse with purple
NASA - USAF stamp and description.
BOILERPLATE # 6, Vintage Color NASA Photo ID:  S-63-21052

Description:  November 7, 1963. The Boilerplate #6 lifts from its launch pad at 9
a.m. The first Apollo Hardware test is under way of a Apollo Boilerplate #6 and
Escape Tower at White Sand Missile Range. These test flights were to qualify the
stability and operational aspects of the Apollo escape configuration.

Photo:  8x10 photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
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The following images were scanned from my personal collection of vintage manned space exploration photographs.
These photos were taken during the period of the "Golden Age" of manned space exploration covering the Mercury,
Gemini & Apollo programs.  These are
NOT modern reproductions, copies or reprints.
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Apollo 4 (AS-501), Vintage Color Glossy - NASA Photo ID: 107-KSC-67PC-435

Description:   The Apollo AS-501 Saturn V stack, noted as Apollo 4,  lifts off from
Complex 39A at 7 a.m. on the 9th of November 1967. The first flight test of the
Saturn V's first and second stages and the first restart in space of the third
stage's engine. Noted as the first Saturn V launch in the Apollo program.

Photo:  8 x 10 in good condition with a few handling creases.  Fiber based paper
with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
Apollo Little Joe II A-001 & A-002 Liftoff

Description:   From August 1963 to January 1966, a series of unmanned flight tests were conducted
at the White Sands Missile Range to demonstrate the adequacy of the Apollo launch escape system
and to verify the performance of the command module earth landing system. The launch vehicle
used for five of these tests was the Little Joe II. Its predecessor, the Little Joe, had been used in
testing the launch escape system for the Mercury spacecraft. In addition to the Little Joe II flights,
two pad abort tests were conducted in which the launch escape system was activated at ground
level.

Photo (Left):  Little Joe II, Mission A-001, May 13, 1964 - North American Aviation photo ID:
WSMR-64-BP12-286. 8 x 10 photo in good condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse. You can just start to see the smoke from the initial ignition under
the rocket.  
Description:  Mission A-001 was the second in the series of tests conducted to
demonstrate that the launch escape system could safely remove the command module under
critical abort conditions. Unlike Pad Abort Test 1, in which the launch escape system was ignited at
ground level, this mission was flown to demonstrate the capability of the escape system to propel
the command module safely away from a launch vehicle while in the high-dynamic-pressure
(transonic) region of the Saturn trajectory.

Photo( Right):  Little Joe II,  Mission A-002, December 8, 1964 - NASA Photo ID: 64-H-2805.  8 x 10 in
good condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on the reverse.  
Description:  Mission A-002 was the second & third in the series of abort tests to demonstrate that
the launch system would perform satisfactorily under selected critical abort conditions. The main
objective of this mission was to demonstrate the abort capability of the launch escape vehicle in the
maximum dynamic pressure region of the Saturn trajectory with conditions approximating the
altitude limit at which the Saturn emergency detection system would signal an abort.
Apollo/Saturn V AS-500F Test Vehicle

Photo:  Vintage Color, 8 x 10 on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on the reverse.

Description:   An Apollo/Saturn V facilities Test Vehicle and Launch Umbilical Tower
(LUT) atop a crawler-transporter move from the Vehicle Assembly Building on the
way to Pad A. This test vehicle, designated the Apollo/Saturn 500-F, is being used to
verify launch facilities, train launch crews, and develop test and checkout
procedures.
Apollo Saturn C1 SA-1, Vintage NASA Color Photo ID: S-62-05105

Description:  The first test flight of the mighty Saturn space vehicle. Noted as SA-1
completed a text book ballistic flight to kick off the Saturn Apollo program.
Launched from Pad 34 at 10:06 a.m. on 27 October 1961.

Photo:  8 x 10 on fiber based paper with detailed NASA description on reverse with
Marshall Space Flight Center stamp.  Repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks.
Apollo C-1, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID:

Description:  The Saturn C-1 heavy space vehicle on its second flight from Cape
Canaveral, Fla., on April 25, 1962.  The Saturn is being developed by the National
Aeronautics and Space Administration's Marshall Space Flight Center for the
Apollo manned lunar landing program.  This vehicle is 162 feet in height, weighs
about 927,000 pounds at liftoff and develops 1.3 millions pounds thrust.

Photo:  Vintage 8 x 10 on fiber based paper with purple NASA/MSC detailed
description on reverse.  Marshall Space Flight Center Stamp.
Apollo 6 (AS-502), Vintage Color Glossy - NASA Photo ID: 107-KSC-68PC-58

Photo (Left): 8 x 10 vintage color in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.

Photo (Right):  Vintage silver gelatin B&W photo on fiber based paper with U.S.
Air Force stamp and on reverse with small RCA inspector stamp.

Description:  Apollo 6 Lift-Off at 7 a.m. EST on April 4, 1968 from Complex 39A.
This was the final qualification flight of the Saturn V before its first manned flight
(Apollo 8) (While Apollo 7 was the first manned Apollo mission, it used the
smaller Saturn IB, not the Saturn V.) It was also the first mission to use High Bay
3 in the Vertical Assembly Building (VAB), Mobile Launcher 2 and Firing Room 2.
Another objective was testing the Command Module re-entry system under
extreme conditions simulating a worst-case return from the Moon. This objective
was not met due to J-2 engine failures.
Apollo - Vintage Color - Artist Concept Photos

Description:  A photo illustrating an artists concept of the Saturn V rocket and
showing a removed section to see how the lunar module would be stored.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  
Apollo Saturn C-1 SA-6 - NASA Photo ID: KSC-64C-1401

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.

Description:  28 May 1964, The mighty Saturn 1 SA-6 lifts off with boiler plate #13
onboard to prove spacecraft/launch vehicle compatibility with the  Boilerplate CSM,
LM adapter, LES. and the LES jettison was demonstrated.  This is an actual North
American Aviation photo
Escape Tower Test - Vintage Color - North American Aviation Photo ID:
7004-75-2E

Photo: 8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with Repeating "A
KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  This is an actual North American
Aviation photo processed at the time of the launch.  Date on front 11-7-63.
Escape Tower Test - Vintage Color - North American Aviation Photo ID:
7004-75-2C

Photo: 8 x 10 in good condition on fiber based paper with Reapting "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  This is an actual North American Aviation
photo processed at the time of the launch.  Date on front 11-7-63.
Escape Tower Test - Vintage Color - North American Aviation Photo ID:
7004-75-2B

Photo: 8 x 10 in good condition on fiber based paper with Repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  This is an actual North American Aviation
photo processed at the time of the launch.  Date on front 11-7-63.
Escape Tower Test - Vintage Color - North American Aviation Photo

Photo:  8 x 10 in fair condition on fiber based paper with Repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  Some moisture damage to lower portion,
especially lower left corner. This is an actual North American Aviation photo
processed at the time of the launch.  Date on front 11-7-63.
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Apollo 5 (AS-204), Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: 68-H-42

Description:  A 1.6 million-pound-thrust Saturn IB (AS-204) rocket launched the
first flight test of an unmanned Apollo Lunar Module at 5:48 p.m. (EST), January 22,
1968 from Complex 37, Cape Kennedy, Fla.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with detailed NASA text
on reverse.
Apollo SA-7, Vintage Color - NSAS Photo ID: 107-KSC-64C-3287

Description:   Apollo SA-7, 18 September 1964 - This was NASA's second test
flight of this Saturn configuration. The spacecraft BP-15 includes a Command
Module, Service Module, Adapter Section and Launch Escape System and this will
be the first Apollo spacecraft to have an Reactional Control System with a
programmable computer onboard.

The flight met all its objectives. The spacecraft continued to transmit telemetry for
five orbits and was tracked right up until re-entry on its 59th orbit over the Indian
Ocean after 3 days and 15 hours of flight.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse. NASA text on reverse with photo ID and title.
Apollo SA-6, Vintage Color - NASA Photo ID: KSC-64C-1402

Description:  28 May 1964 - The mighty Saturn 1 SA-6 lifts off with boiler plate #13
onboard to prove spacecraft/launch vehicle compatibility with the  Boilerplate CSM,
LM adapter, LES. and the LES jettison was demonstrated.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse. NASA text on reverse with photo ID and title.
Apollo SA-9, Vintage Color - NASA Photo

Description:  16 February 1965 - SA-9 lifting off from Launch Complex 37B at the
Cape. Call sign Mission A-103 was the eighth unmanned Saturn flight. It was the
initial vehicle in the operational series of Saturn I launch vehicles and the third to
carry an Apollo boilerplate payload. The vehicle also orbited the first of three
meteoroid technology satellites, Pegasus A. The launch vehicle (SA-9) consisted of
an S-I first stage, an S-IV second stage, and an instrument unit. The Spacecraft
consisted of a boilerplate command and service module, a launch escape system,
and a service module/launch vehicle adapter (BP-16).

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
Apollo/Saturn 201, Vintage Color - NASA Photo

Description:  26 February 1966.  Apollo/Saturn 201 with spacecraft #009 is
launched from the Kennedy Space Centre's Launch Complex 34 at 11:12 a.m.,
February 26, 1966. The instrumented Apollo - command and service modules and a
spacecraft LEM adapter - was successfully launched on the unmanned sub-orbital
mission by the Saturn 1B to check spacecraft launch vehicle mechanical
compatibility and to test the spacecraft heat shield in a high-velocity re-entry mode.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
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Apollo - Vintage Color - North American Aviation Photo ID's: 7007-86-7B & 7007-86-7A

Photo (Left): Vintage North American Aviation photo: 7007-86-7B.  8 x10 in good condition on a
fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  Photo Date:
9-26-63.  3-Ring binder marks on the left boarder.

Photo (Right):   Vintage North American Aviation photo: 7007-86-7A.  8 x10 in good condition on
fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  Photo Date:
9-26-63.  3-Ring binder marks on the right boarder.

Description:  North American Aviation, designers of the command & service module photo the
first CSM engine prior to testing.
Apollo - Vintage Color - North American Aviation Photo ID: 7005-90-12 'X'

Photo: Vintage North American Aviation photo: 7007-86-7B.  8 x10 in good
condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on
reverse.  Photo Date: 12-18-62.

Description:  North American Aviation, designers of the command & service
module photo the a mock-up display of the Service Module and lower adapter ring
Apollo - Vintage Color - North American Aviation Photo ID: 7005-90-12 'A'

Photo: Vintage North American Aviation photo: 7005-90-12 'A'.  8  x 10 in good
condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on
reverse.  Photo Date: 12-23-62.

Description:  NAA photo of a prototype setup of the Apollo Command Module.
Apollo - Vintage Color - North American Aviation Photo ID's: 7005-04-192 'F'  &  7005-04-192 'O'

Photo (Left): Vintage North American Aviation photo: 7005-04-192 "F"'.  8 x10 in good condition on fiber based paper
with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  Photo Date: 09-18-63.  

Photo (Right):   Vintage North American Aviation photo: 7004-90-4 'A'.  8 x10 in good condition on fiber based paper
with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  Photo Date: 09-18-63.  

Description:  North American Aviation photo showing the interior of the command Command Module prototype.
Apollo - Vintage Color - North American Aviation Photo ID: 7004-90-5 'G'

Photo: Vintage North American Aviation photo: 7004-90-5 "G".  8  x 10 in good condition on
fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  Photo Date:
11-13-63.

Description:  NAA photo showing mock-ups of the major components of the Command &
Service module.  In the foreground is the Command Module, next is the Service Module and
Adapter Ring and in the background is the Launch Escape Tower.
_______________Unmanned Test Flights______________
Apollo - Vintage Color - NASA Artist Concept Photo ID: S-63-343

Photo:  8 x 10 on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks
on reverse.

Description:  An artist concept photo showing the size difference between the
Mercury, Gemini and Apollo spacecrafts.
Apollo - Vintage Color Artist Concept  - NASA Photo: S-68-39456

Photo:  Dated 16 July 1968.  8 x 10 in excellent  condition on fiber based paper with
repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  Blue NASA detailed text on
reverse.

Description:  Apollo Lunar Mission --- In this North American Rockwell Corporation
artist's concept, a manned Apollo spacecraft Command Module returning from the
moon absorbs 5,000-degree heat on its aft heat shield during reentry into the
earth's atmosphere.
__________Apollo Mission Artist Concept Photos_________
Apollo - Vintage Color - Artist Concept Photos

Description:  A photo illustrating an artists concept on how the Lunar Module
would be stored to space flight.  Fairly early version not showing the Service
Module.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept Photos - NASA Photo ID: 61-SAT-14

Photo:  Reissued 8 x 10 in excellent condition with repeating 3-line Kodak
watermarks on reverse.

Description:  SATURN ROCKET AT LAUNCH PAD -- Artist's conception of the
three-stage Saturn C-1 on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral, Fla. At left is the
310-foot launch service tower, the world's largest structure on wheels.  An
umbilical tower is shown at the right of the rocket.  The Saturn C-1 will stand 180
feet tall and weigh about 500 tons at liftoff.  It will be capable of placing payloads
weighing 19,000 pounds into 300-mile earth orbits, sending 5,000 pounds to
escape velocity, and placing about 2,500 pounds on Venus or Mars.
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept - NASA Photo

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper.

Description:  Artist concept illustrating the Command/Service Module making a
turnaround, and the Command Module docks nose-to-nose with the Lunar Module.
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept - NASA Photo ID: S-67-8314

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA
descriptive text on reverse.

Description:  Artist concept illustrating the deployment of the Spacecraft Lunar
Module Adapter panels as the Command/Service Module separates from the Lunar
Module Saturn S-IVB stage. The Command/Service Module makes a turnaround,
and the Command Module docks nose-to-nose with the Lunar Module. This phase
of the mission occurs following translunar injection. After the transposition and
docking, the S-IVB stage is jettisoned and the spacecraft continues in a coasting
maneuver toward the moon.
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept - Mc Donnell Douglas Photo ID: B910-15

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA
descriptive text on reverse.

Description:  Artist concept illustrating the Apollo translunar injection. The single
J-2 engine of the Saturn S-IVB stage fires to obtain sufficient thrust to escape the
pull of the earth's gravity. The liquid hydrogen, liquid oxygen-powered third stage of
the Saturn V restarted to move the Apollo 11 out of its path about the earth and into
a trajectory toward  the moon.
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept - NASA Photo ID: 66-H-1087

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA
descriptive text on reverse.

Description:  Artist concept illustrating an Apollo/Saturn V space vehicle. The
second (S-II) stage is jettisoned and third stage ignited.
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept - NASA Photo ID: S-66-10995

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA
descriptive text on reverse.

Description:  Artist concept illustrating an Apollo/Saturn V space vehicle about
three minutes after liftoff. The second (S-II) stage engines ignite as the first (S-IC)
stage is jettisoned as its engines burn out.
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept - NASA Photo ID: S-67-8317

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA
descriptive text on reverse.

Description:  Artist concept illustrating the Command/Service Module pulling the
LM from the LM adapter and Saturn S-IVB stage. The Command/Servce Module
completed a turnaround maneuver after translunar injection, then the Command
Module docks nose-to-nose with the LM.
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept - Mc Donnell Douglas Photo ID: B96-18-3

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with the McDonnell
Douglas stamp on reverse. Typed press release included.

Description:  Artist concept photo showing the Command/Service Module with the
attached LM that was just removed from the Saturn S-IVB stage. In the foreground
is McDonnell Douglas S-IVB rocket stage, affectionately dubbed "Big Moose" by
Apollo astronauts. S-IVB, its mission complete, will pass by the moon en route to
going into orbit about the sun.  With the Apollo and lunar module attached, the
astronauts can now head toward the moon.
Apollo - Vintage Color - Artist Concept - NASA Photo

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.

Description:  Artist concept of an Apollo spacecraft entering lunar orbit. Two of the
three astronauts will transfer from the Command/Service Module to the Lunar
Module, and will then descend to the lunar surface. The Command/Service Module
will remain in lunar orbit.
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept - NASA Photo ID: S-64-16617

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA
descriptive text on reverse.

Description:  Artist concept of the Apollo spacecraft in lunar orbit. Two of the three
astronauts will transfer from the Command/Service Module to the Lunar Module,
and will then descend to the lunar surface. The Command/Service Module will
remain in lunar orbit.
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept - NASA Photo ID: M63-476

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper.

Description:  An artist's concept photo showing the LEM's approach orbit prior to
making it's final approach for landing on the lunar surface.  The Command/Service
Module and LM will enter a parking lunar orbit.  The LEM will then detach from the
Command/Service Module and begin its approach for landing while the
Command/Service Module will remain in lunar orbit.
Apollo - Vintage Color - Artist Concept - NASA Photo ID: S-66-10992

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.

Description:  Artist concept illustrating the Lunar Landing Module touching down
on the surface of the Moon.
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept - NASA Photo ID: S-67-8315

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA
descriptive text on reverse.

Description:  Artist concept illustrating the free fly-around of the Command/Service
Module. The Command/Service Module makes a turnaround, and the Command
Module docks nose-to-nose with the Lunar Module. This phase of the mission
occurs following translunar injection. After the transposition and docking, the
S-IVB stage is jettisoned and the spacecraft continues in a coasting maneuver
toward the moon.
Apollo - Vintage Color Artist Concept  - NASA Photo: S-66-10997

Photo:   8 x 10 in excellent  condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A
KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.

Description:  Artist concept illustrating the main chute deployment as the Apollo
Command Module returns to earth from a mission to the moon.
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept - NAA Photo

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with North American
Aviation stamp on reverse.

Description:  An artist's concept photo showing the complete sequence of the
command module's deployment of parachutes upon entry of the Earth's
atmosphere.
Apollo SA-5, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: 64-SA5-21

Description:  The reverse reads, " SA-5 the most powerful and mosy heavily instrumented U.S.
rocket ever prepared is shown undergoing final checkout tests today for its epic flight.  The
164-foot-tall, 1,123,000-pound vehicle possibly will, if successful, give this nation, the greatest space
booster capability in the world."

Photo (right):  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA descriptive text on
reverse.  NASA - USAF photo stamp as well. Really nice photo. The scanned image doesn't give it
justice.

Photo (left):  8 x 10 vintage original  in excellent condition on fiber based paper with Marshall Space
Flight center text on reverse.
Apollo - Vintage Color Artist Concept - NASA Photo Red ID: S-69-34057

Description:   APOLLO LUNAR MISSION -- North American Aviation Rockwell
Corporation artist's concept illustrating the communications antennas of the
Apollo Command and Service Modules.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks and blue NASA descriptive text on reverse.
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept - NASA Photo ID: S-65-3710

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper.

Description:  Artist concept illustrating the sequence of event the Apollo/Saturn V
space vehicle goes through to reach earth orbit.
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept - NASA Photo ID: S-66-5118

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper.

Description:  Artist concept illustrating the sequence of events from the Lunar
Launch, through the transearth injection.
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept - NASA Photo ID: S-67-4356

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper.

Description:  Artist concept illustrating the Lunar Phase of the mission, both
arriving into Lunar orbit through the transearth injection.
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept - NASA Photo ID: M63-476

Photo:  7.5 x 9.5 boarderless in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue
NASA descriptive text on reverse..

Description:  Dated 1/18/67 -- Apollo Moon Mission Sequence 5 -- With one
astronaut remaining in the CSM in orbit around the moon, the other two crewmen
descend to the lunar surface in the Lunar Module.
Apollo - Vintage Color - NASA Photo ID: S-66-45461

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse along with blue NASA descriptive text.

Description:  Date: 15 Aug 66  --  LUNAR TEST -- Jack Mays, a test pilot subject
from MSC Crew Systems Division, wears an International Latex Corporation
spacesuit under a thermal overgarment during tests at the Lunar Topographical
Simulation area.  He is also wearing a portable Life Support System (PLSS) back
pack.  A full-scale mock-up of a Lunar Module is in the background.
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept - NASA Photo ID: S-67-8319

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA
descriptive text on reverse..

Description:  APOLLO MISSION --  Artist's concept illustrating the jettisoning of the
Lunar Module ascent stage from the Command/Service Module after transfer of
the two Apollo astronauts back to the CSM following their return from the lunar
surface.
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept - NASA Photo ID: 65-H-1674

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA
descriptive text on reverse..

Description:  Artist's sketch shows concept of solar telescope mount for proposed
Earth-orbiting Apollo Applications Manned missions.
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept - NASA Photo ID: M63-476

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper

Description:  Artist's concept illustrating the orientation of the ascent stage of the
LM during the ascent to rendezvous with the CSM.
Apollo - Vintage Color - Artist Concept Photo

Photo:  8 x 10 in fair condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  Small adherence of paper from the back of
another photo. The front of the photo was laminated.  Color much better than
scanned image.

Description:  Artist concept illustrating the sequence of the Command Module with
thruster burn to orient the capsule into position for reentry.
Apollo - Vintage Color - Artist Concept Photo

Photo:  8 x 10 in fair condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  Small adherence of paper from the back of
another photo. The front of the photo was laminated.  Color much better than
scanned image.

Description:  Artist concept illustrating the LM rendezvousing with the CSM after
leaving the lunar surface.
Apollo - Vintage Color - Artist Concept Photo

Photo:  8 x 10 in fair condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  Small adherence of paper from the back of
another photo. The front of the photo was laminated.  Color much better than
scanned image.

Description:  Artist concept illustrating the deployment of the Spacecraft Lunar
Module Adapter panels as the Command/Service Module separates from the Lunar
Module Saturn S-IVB stage. The Command/Service Module makes a turnaround,
and the Command Module docks nose-to-nose with the Lunar Module. This phase
of the mission occurs following translunar injection. After the transposition and
docking, the S-IVB stage is jettisoned and the spacecraft continues in a coasting
maneuver toward the moon.
Apollo - Vintage Color - Artist Concept Photo

Photo:  8 x 10 in fair condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  Small adherence of paper from the back of
scanned image.

Description:  Artist concept illustrating the Command Module separation from the
Service Module during earth orbit  prior to reentry.
Aero-Space Liner - Vintage Color NASA Photo ID:  S-64-30249

Description:   Arrival of Aero-Spaceliner (Pregnant Guppy) at Holloman Air Force
Base, Almagordo, N.M. just delivered the Service Module section for the Little Joe
test vehicle.

Photo:  8x10 photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
Aero-Space Liner - Vintage Color NASA Photo ID:  S-64-12452

Description:  29 February 64  --  Arrival of Aero-Spaceliner (Pregnant Guppy) at
Holloman Air Force Base, Almagordo, N.M. transporting Apollo Command module
(The first Apollo Command Module that was built and flown -- Boilerplate BP-12)
BP-12 was use for transonic abort test utilizing Little Joe II to simulate a Saturn V
launch vehicle; abort was performed at high speed with high loads on May 13,
1964, seen here being unloaded.

Photo:  8x10 photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse and blue NASA text.
Aero-Space Liner - Vintage Color NASA Photo ID:  S-64-12449

Description:  29 February 64  --  Arrival of Aero-Spaceliner (Pregnant Guppy) at
Holloman Air Force Base, Almagordo, N.M. transporting Apollo Command module
(The first Apollo Command Module that was built and flown -- Boilerplate BP-12).
BP-12 was use for transonic abort test utilizing Little Joe II to simulate a Saturn V
launch vehicle; abort was performed at high speed with high loads on May 13,
1964

Photo:  8x10 photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse and blue NASA text.
Apollo 4 (AS-501), Vintage Color Glossy - NASA Photo ID: 107-KSC-67PC-435

Description:   November 1967 -- A view of Pad A, Launch Complex 39, Kennedy
Space Centre, showing Apollo 4 (Spacecraft 017/Saturn 501) unmanned,
earth-orbital space mission ready for launch. The 363-foot tall Apollo/Saturn V
space vehicle was launched at 7:00:01 AM (EST), November 9, 1967.

Photo:  8 x 10  in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A
KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
Apollo 4 (AS-501), Vintage Color Glossy - NASA Photo ID: 107-KSC-67PC-435

Description:   The Apollo AS-501 Saturn V stack, noted as Apollo 4,  lifts off from
Complex 39A at 7 a.m. on the 9th of November 1967. The first flight test of the
Saturn V's first and second stages and the first restart in space of the third
stage's engine. Noted as the first Saturn V launch in the Apollo program.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A
KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
Apollo Saturn 1 - Vintage Original B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: PL-62-77406

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with U.S. Air Force stamp
on reverse with descriptive text.

National aeronautics & Space Administration.
Apollo - Vintage Color - NASA Photo ID: S-67-406

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.

Description:  An artist concept photo showing the comparison of spacecraft and
the launch vehicle configurations between the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo
programs.
NASA JFK Visit - Vintage B/W Glossy - USAF Photo ID: LOC 63P-130

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue USAF text on
reverse.

Description:  Date: 11/16/63  -- Text on reverse reads: President Kennedy and
party on arrival at Cape Canaveral, Florida for tour of Cape and MILA; being
greeted by Dr. Kurt Debus (Director, LOC) and military Honor Guard.  Cape
Canaveral, Florida, CCMTA
Apollo - Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: S-64-14070

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA
descriptive text on reverse.

Description:  8 Apr 64  --  The test on reverse reads, "The prototype hard suit,
allowing increased mobility and constant volume atmosphere, was delivered to
NASA in March 1964 for two months of evaluation testing.  A hard suit was
proposed to MSC in 1963 by Litton Industries, Beverly Hills, Calif., for extended
extra-vehicular use on the Lunar or planetary surfaces during advanced space
flight programs."
Apollo SA-8 - Vintage B&W Photo - NASA Photo ID: 107-KSC-65-9476

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with NASA text on
reverse with purple RCA inspection stamp.

Description:  5-20-65  Reverse reads, "From beneath the launch pedestal, this
view shows the eight engines of NASA's Saturn I (SA-8) first stage, the S-I.  The
booster is powered by Rocketdyne H-1 engines,, each of which develops 188,000
pounds of thrust.  The four outer engines gimbal or swivel for control purposes,
while the four inner engines are mounted in fixed positions."

SA-8 on launcher during countdown demonstration test. Pad 37.
Apollo SA1 - Vintage B&W - NASA Photo ID: 61-SA1-14

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA text on
reverse.

Description:  October 27, 1961  Text on reverse reads, " The first Saturn space
vehicle launched here at 10:06 A.M. EST today completed a successful research
and development flight. The flight lasted about 8 minutes and 3.6 seconds.  The
Saturn vehicle reached a velocity of 3,607 miles per hour and impacted the Atlantic
ocean about 214.7 statute miles downrange after reaching a peak altitude of about
84.8 miles."
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept - NASA Photo ID: 61-SA1-19

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA text on
reverse.

Description:  December 1961 Reverse text reads, "An artist concept of Saturn C1
configuration.  Planned in several versions Saturn will be one of the Nation's prime
space exploration vehicles for several years.  Fueled the C1 version weighs about
one million pounds. The second stage SIV is built by Douglas Aircraft Corp., it will
generate 90,000 lbs. of thrust.  The SIV in later Saturn configurations will be the
third stage."
Apollo SA-1 - Vintage B&W - NASA Photo ID: 61-SA1-9

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue text on reverse.

Description:  October 26, 1961 Text on reverse reads, "The Saturn heavy launch
vehicle is shown in its service stand at launch complex 34.  The booster stage is
covered with plastic weather protective cover.  In the foreground is the launch
control center where a launch crew, under direction of Dr. Kurt Debus, supervises
the 10 hour countdown prior to the launch of Saturn."
Apollo Biolerplate #6 - Vintage B&W - NASA Photo ID: 63-Apollo-231

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA text on
reverse.

Description:  November 7, 1963  Text on reverse reads, "The three main ringsail
parachutes land the  Apollo boilerplate #6 safely in the New Mexico desert during
an off-the-pad abort text.  It descends at a rate of 24 feet per second and the
spacecraft landed 5,193 feet from the launch pad, unscratched."
Apollo SA2 - Vintage B&W - NASA Photo ID: 62-SA2-4

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA Text on
reverse.

Description:  April 22, 1962 Text on reverse reads, "The three-stage Saturn C-1
sits on its launch pedestal at NASA Launch Complex 34, Cape Canaveral, where it
will be fired by the NASA Launch Operations Center.  Only the booster stages of
the 162-foot-tall vehicle is powered.  In the background is a 310-foot-tall service
structure."
Apollo SA2 - Vintage B&W - NASA Photo ID: 62-SA2-5

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA text on
reverse.

Description:  April 22, 1962 Text on reverse reads, "This is a view of the Launch
control center at NASA Launch complex 34, Cape Canaveral, during a simulated
flight of the Saturn SA-2 vehicle.  The SA-2 will be launched by the NASA, Launch
Operations Center."
Saturn-Nova Comparison - Vintage B&W - NASA Photo ID: 62-SATURN-5

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA text on
reverse.

Description:  Size comparison of the  Saturn C-1, C-5 and Nova launch vehicles.
Apollo Mission PA #1 - Vintage B&W - NASA Photo ID: 63-Apollo-196

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA text on
reverse.

Description:  November 5, 1963. Text on reverse reads, "The Apollo Mission Pad
Abort Test #1 launch escape tower is being prepared for mating to the Apollo
boilerplate for launching at White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico.

The purpose of Apollo Mission PA #1 is to determine the stability and operation
characteristics of the Apollo escape configuration during a pad abort.

"This is the first phase of testing of hardware to land U.S. astronauts on the moon."
Apollo Boilerplate - Vintage B&W - NASA Photo ID: 63-Apollo-240

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA text on
reverse.

Description:  October 1963 Text on reverse reads, "El Contro, California -- The
Apollo boilerplate spacecraft landed safely in the California desert during drop test
to check out the parachute system."
Apollo Little Joe II - Vintage B&W - NASA Photo ID: 64-Apollo-60

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA text on
reverse.

Description:  may 11, 1964.  Text on reverse reads, "White Sands Missile range,
New Mexico -- Aerial view of the Apollo Little Joe II Launch Complex at Launch
Complex 336."
Apollo Transport Barges- Vintage B&W - NASA Photo ID: 64-Saturn-5

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA text on
reverse.

Description:  Text on reverse reads, "NASA's booster vehicles have grown so
large that barges like "Promise" and "Palaemon" are needed to move them from
Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Alabama, to Cape Kennedy.

NASA vehicles other than the Saturn were transports by truck or aircraft, but the
21 1/2 foot wide Saturn requires more room."
Apollo Test Vehicle - Vintage B&W - NASA Photo ID: 65-H-1113

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA text on reverse.

Description:  June 30, 1965 Text on reverse reads, "The Lunar landing research Facility at
NASA's Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia, has been put into operation.  The facility,
250 feet high 400 feet long, provides a controlled laboratory in which scientists will work with
research pilot to explore and develop techniques for landing a rocket-powered vehicle on the
Moon, where gravity is only one-sixth as strong as on Earth.  The vehicle, shown being flown
by Robert A. Champine, head of the Pilot section, Flight Mechanics and Technology Division,
will be operated at speed up to 17 mile per hour with in the confines of an overhead structure,
which provided travel of 400 feet downrange, 50 feet across range, and 180 fee vertically.  
Champine occupies the seat on the right in the two-man pilot's compartment atop the
propulsion module, which is designed to give the pilots degrees of freedom as the vehicle is
operated to simulate lunar landings. The research vehicle is controlled by the trust from its
main rockets and a system of small maneuvering rockets.  In research operations as shown
here, a vertical lifting force equal to five-sixths of the flight vehicle's weight is applied by tow
vertical cables to oppose the pull of the Earth's gravity and simulate low gravitational force at
the Moon's surface. The cables are attached to a servo-controlled hoist system in a dolly unit
mounted under the traveling bridge.  The hoist system is controlled automatically by load
cells in each support strut.  Data obtained through operation of the lunar lander will
supplement other scientific research at Langley in an extensive program in support of the
Apollo mission."
Apollo Little Joe II - Vintage B&W - NASA Photo ID: 65-H-823

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA text on
reverse.

Description:  May 19, 1965. Text on reverse reads, "NASA's Little Joe II launch
vehicle, carrying Apollo Command Module Boilerplate 22 malfunctioned during a
test of the escape system.  Figure one through four shows a sequence of the
malfunction at 15,000 feet approximately 25 seconds after liftoff."
Apollo Surveyor - Vintage B&W - NASA Photo ID: 66-H-596

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA text on
reverse.

Description:  Filed June 7, 1966 Text on reverse reads, "Surveyor mock-up with
call outs. The overall objective of NASA's Surveyor program are to accomplish
successful soft landings on the moon and to perform operations on the lunar
surface which will contribute new scientific knowledge about the moon.  The first
seven surveyors will be engineering model spacecraft.  The first flight Surveyor --
Surveyor A -- is undergoing final flight acceptance checkout at Cape Kennedy, Fla.  
The objective of its flight will be to achieve a soft landing on the Moon and
demonstrate the capability of its communications system and the Deep space
network to maintain contact during flight and after the soft landing.
( Last Photo Update: June 5, 2014)
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Apollo - Vintage B&W Photo - NASA Photo ID's : S-62-8306 & S-62-8308

Photo (Both):  8 x 10's in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA descriptive text on reverse.

Description:  The reverse of both photos reads, "Picture is a front head-on & front-side view of the scale module (LEM)
proposed by Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation of Bethpage, New York.  The figure on the left demonstrates
the relative size of the LEM compared to a man. This is the vehicle in which Americans will land on the moon and
return to a moon orbiting Apollo mother craft."
Apollo SA-5, Vintage Color - NASA Photo ID: KSC-64C-10 - Duplicate Photos

Description:  29 January 1964 -- The mighty Saturn SA-5 lifts from Launch Complex 37, Pad B, at
11:25 a.m. EST,  on 29 January 1964. The S-IVB stage and the Jupiter nose cone weighing 37,700 lbs
was placed in a low Earth orbit.

Photo (Left):  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse. NASA / USAF stamp on reverse with date of 2/4/64.  

Photo (Right):  Vintage original 8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A
KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse with NASA -- USAF Photo stamp and small RCA inspector
stamp.
Apollo - Vintage Color - Artist Concept Photos

Description:  A photo illustrating an artists concept of the Translunar velocity
profile.  Blue NASA text on reverse is too faded to read specifics.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition.
Apollo - Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: S-68-356640

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA
descriptive text on reverse.

Description:  June 16, 1968  -- Apollo 2TV-1 TEST --- astronaut Vance D. Brand
enter Chamber "A" Space Environment Simulation Laboratory, Building 32, tp
participate in an 8-day manned thermal-vacuum test of Apollo Spacecraft 2TV-1.  
The test was in support of the first manned Apollo mission. Also, participating in
the 2TV-1 test were Scientisit-Astronaut Joseph P. Kerwin and Astronaut Joe H.
Engle."
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept - NASA Photo ID: 107-KSC-69P-594

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA
descriptive text on reverse.

Description:  Artist concept in support of the Apollo 11 mission.  Photo dated July
14, 1969.  Text on reverse reads, "Protective panels deploy in the artist's concept
as the Apollo 11 command and service modules turn around to approach and dock
with the lunar module, carried in the forward portion of the Saturn V's third stage.  
The docking follows the third stage's second burn, which will send Apollo 11 out of
earth orbit into a lunar trajectory.  McDonnell Douglas Astronautics co. build the
Saturn V thrid stage, North American Rockwell Corp., the command and service
modules, and Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corp., the Lunar Module, for NASA.
Apollo - Vintage Color - North American Aviation Photo ID: 7008-96-89J

Photo: Vintage North American Aviation photo: 7008-96-89J.  8  x 10 in excellent
condition on fiber based paper.  Dated: 10-13-67.

Description:  NAA photo showing the inside view of the Apollo Command Module.
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept - NASA Photo ID: S-67-8317

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper.

Description:  Artist concept illustrating the Command/Service Module pulling the
LM from the LM adapter and Saturn S-IVB stage.
Artist Concept - Vintage B&W - USAF Photo ID: LOC 63C-2093

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue Air Force text
on reverse with small round RCA inspection stamp..

Description:  Dated 6-28-1963, an excellent vintage photo with Patrick AFB stamp
on reverse.  Text reads, Project Apollo Spacecraft Showing configurations of each
module. Copied for: Leo Walsh
Apollo - Vintage Color Artist Concept - NASA Photo Red ID: S-69-34057

Description:   APOLLO LUNAR MISSION -- North American Aviation Rockwell
Corporation artist's concept illustrating the Service Proppulsion System of the
Apollo Command and Service Modules.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition with repeating 3-line  "This Paper,
Manufactured, By Kodak" watermarks on reverse.
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept - NASA Photo ID: S-66-5110

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper.

Description:  An artist's concept photo showing the lunar Modules Descent profile
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept - NASA Photo ID: S-65-7186

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper.

Description:  Artist's concept illustrating the LEM head-on docking to the CSM.
Apollo - Vintage B/W - Artist Concept - NASA Photo ID: M63-476

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper.

Description:  Artist concept illustrating the LM rendezvousing with the CSM after
leaving the lunar surface.
US Air Force Space Suite - Vintage B/W Glossy -USAF Photo ID: 166670

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent, near mint, condition on fiber based paper with blue US
Air Force descriptive text on reverse.

Description:  The test on reverse reads, "USAF  --  SPACE PACK. Strapped onto a
"spaceman's" back, this compact pack is being developed by AFSC scientists and
engineers. Containing a complete life-support system, this unit is planned as a
vehicle to permit an astronaut to transfer from one space vehicle to another.  The
space pack also could be used for lunar exploration once man sets down on the
surface of earth's nearest neighbor.,  A waist-mounted panel, 8 by 5 by 4 inches,
provides for three maneuvering controls --  up, down, and sideways. Weighing 120
pounds on earth, the space pack would weigh but 20 pounds on the moon's
surface.  U.S. Air Force Photo"
NASA Heavy Launch Complexes-  Vintage B&W

Photo (Left):  Dated 1-14-65, 8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA text on reverse. NASA
Photo ID: 102-KSC-65C-299. Text on reverse reads: Aerial view of heavy launch complexes, looking North East.

Photo (Right):  Dated 1-14-65, 8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA text on reverse. NASA
Photo ID: 102-KSC-65C-301. Text on reverse reads: Aerial view of heavy launch complexes, looking North West).
NASA SA-5,  B&W Photos  --  NASA Photo ID's: 3-3223-6  &  3-3223-9

Description:  Erection of Spacer between instrument unit and nose cone on SA-5 Saturn, PAD 37B.

Photos (L & R):  both 8 x 11 photos in excellent condition with MSC text on reverse, developed on
fiber based paper.
NASA SA-5 Launch  --  B&W Photos  --  NASA Photo ID's: KSC-64C-PC-7  &  KSC-64-1088

Description:  Erection of Spacer between instrument unit and nose cone on SA-5 Saturn, PAD 37B.

Photos (L & R):  both 8 x 10 photos in good condition with NASA -- USAF blue text on reverse,
developed on fiber based paper.
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U.S. Air Force - Page 1
Vintage U.S. Air Force aircraft
Photos


U.S. Air Force - Page 2
Vintage U.S. Air Force Aircraft
Photos


U.S. Navy & Marines
Vintage USN & Marine Corp
Aircarft Photos


X - Planes
Vintage Prototype and Research &
Development Aircraft Photos


Missiles & Rockets
Vintage photos of Missiles and
Unmanned Rockets


Mercury Space Program
Page 1
Vintage Photos of the Early
Mercury Space Program and
MR-3 Through MR-4 Missions


Mercury Space Program
Page 2
Mercury Atlas Missions MA-6
Through MA-9 Vintage Photos


Gemini Space Program
Page 1
Early Gemini Space Program
Vintage Photos


Gemini Space Program
Page 2
Gemini-Titan Space Missions  
GT-3 Through GT-5
Vintage Photos


Gemini Space Program
Page 3
Gemini-Titan Space Missions  
GT-6 Through GT-8
Vintage Photos


Gemini Space Program
Page 4
Gemini-Titan Space Missions  
GT-9 Through GT-12
Vintage Photos


Apollo Space Program
Page 1
Early Apollo R&D and Unmanned
Space Program Vintage Photos


Apollo Space Program
Page 2
Vintage Photos of Apollo
AS-1, AS-7, AS-8, AS-9 & AS10


Apollo Space Program
Page 3
Vintage Photos of  the Apollo  11  
Moon Mission


Apollo Space Program
Page 4
Vintage Photos of Apollo Missions
AS-12 and AS-13


Apollo Space Program
Page 5
Vintage Photos of Apollo Missions
AS-14 and AS-15


Apollo Space Program
Page 6
Vintage Photos of Apollo Missions
AS-16 and AS-17


Sky Lab & Space Shuttle
Page 1
Vintage Photos of the Sky Lab and
Space Shuttle programs


Signed Photos
Collection of Autographed Photos


Photos For Sale
Photos for sales from my
collection