STS-1 - A timed exposure of the space shuttle Columbia at Launch Pad A, Complex 39, turns the space vehicle and support facilities into a night-time fantasy of light. Structures to the left of the shuttle are the fixed and the rotating service structure. 5 March 1981.
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Seems that this is a slightly different version of this shot.

STS-1 - A timed exposure of the space shuttle Columbia at Launch Pad A, Complex 39, turns the space vehicle and support facilities into a night-time fantasy of light. Structures to the left of the shuttle are the fixed and the rotating service structure. 5 March 1981.

via Space Shuttle Program/Facebook

Seems that this is a slightly different version of this shot.

SR-71 and OV-103
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Space Shuttle Challenger on pad.
Someone posted this photo on Facebook long ago. Date, source is unknown for me, Google image search has failed, maybe it was scanned from a book or magazine. Any idea where is this photo from?

Space Shuttle Challenger on pad.

Someone posted this photo on Facebook long ago. Date, source is unknown for me, Google image search has failed, maybe it was scanned from a book or magazine. Any idea where is this photo from?

STS-1 - Spotlighted Space Shuttle Columbia stands out dramatically against the night sky at Kennedy Space Center. The lights to the left of the Shuttle, also reflected in the nearby waters of the Center’s environmentally rich lagoon system, outline the fixed and rotating service structures. The rotating structure, which obscures the view of the Orbiter when in place, has been retracted to allow modifications that will provide access to debonded insulation panels on the Shuttle’s external tank. 02/19/1981
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STS-1 - Spotlighted Space Shuttle Columbia stands out dramatically against the night sky at Kennedy Space Center. The lights to the left of the Shuttle, also reflected in the nearby waters of the Center’s environmentally rich lagoon system, outline the fixed and rotating service structures. The rotating structure, which obscures the view of the Orbiter when in place, has been retracted to allow modifications that will provide access to debonded insulation panels on the Shuttle’s external tank. 02/19/1981

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31 Jan. 1978. The first female astronaut candidates. 
These six mission specialist astronaut candidates are the first women ASCANs to be named by NASA. They are, left to right, Rhea Seddon, Anna L. Fisher, Judith A. Resnik, Shannon W. Lucid, Sally K. Ride and Kathryn D. Sullivan. 
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31 Jan. 1978. The first female astronaut candidates.

These six mission specialist astronaut candidates are the first women ASCANs to be named by NASA. They are, left to right, Rhea Seddon, Anna L. Fisher, Judith A. Resnik, Shannon W. Lucid, Sally K. Ride and Kathryn D. Sullivan. 

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S83-35782 (18 June 1983) —- An Orbital Maneuvering System (OMS) engine firing caused this bright glow at the aft end of the Earth-orbiting space shuttle Challenger on June 18, 1983. Also visible in the 70mm exposure are parts of the Shuttle Pallet Satellite (SPAS-01). The experiment package for NASA’s Office of Space and Terrestrial Applications (OSTA-2), the protective cradles for the Indonesian Palapa-B and Telesat Canada Anik C2 satellites, some getaway special (GAS) canisters and the Canadian-built Remote Manipulator System (RMS). The firing took place less than an hour after deployment of Anik. 
Photo credit: NASA.

S83-35782 (18 June 1983) —- An Orbital Maneuvering System (OMS) engine firing caused this bright glow at the aft end of the Earth-orbiting space shuttle Challenger on June 18, 1983. Also visible in the 70mm exposure are parts of the Shuttle Pallet Satellite (SPAS-01). The experiment package for NASA’s Office of Space and Terrestrial Applications (OSTA-2), the protective cradles for the Indonesian Palapa-B and Telesat Canada Anik C2 satellites, some getaway special (GAS) canisters and the Canadian-built Remote Manipulator System (RMS). The firing took place less than an hour after deployment of Anik.

Photo credit: NASA.

Space Shuttle Orbiter Enterprise lunchbox and thermos, c1977. From the collection of the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. (Photo: me)

Space Shuttle Orbiter Enterprise lunchbox and thermos, c1977. From the collection of the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. (Photo: me)

James Bond 007 – Moonraker, 1:144 model kit, Revell, 1977. From the collection of the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum.

James Bond 007 – Moonraker, 1:144 model kit, Revell, 1977. From the collection of the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum.

Buran on launch pad, 1988.
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Buran on launch pad, 1988.

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Shuttle Test Using Electron Beam, 1975.
A space shuttle model undergoes a wind tunnel test in 1975. This test is simulating the ionized gasses that surround a shuttle as it reenters the atmosphere.
via NASA LARC

Shuttle Test Using Electron Beam, 1975.

A space shuttle model undergoes a wind tunnel test in 1975. This test is simulating the ionized gasses that surround a shuttle as it reenters the atmosphere.

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