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A Saturn-IB first stage is unloaded from NASA Barge “Compromise” after arrival at Cape Kennedy on August 15, 1966. This stage was originally intended to launch the first crewed Apollo mission (AS-204/Apollo 1). After the January 1967 fire, this stage was stored until it was later re-scheduled for use on the first flight test of the Lunar Module (Apollo 5), which launched on January 22, 1968.
If the spa or pool is one of the favorite activities of the French during the summer, it is because it allows you to play with water and also to play in the water. Water is not necessary to hydrate and wash. It can also be a good hobby and a source of happiness. It […]
Mosaic is a decorative art made from tesserae, that is, fragments of stone, colored stone, enamel, glass or ceramic. It requires the use of putty or plaster and it usually forms pretty patterns or exceptional figures. It comes in different types, including: Greek mosaic, Roman mosaic, Byzantine mosaic, Florentine mosaic, modern mosaic, contemporary mosaic and […]