sic itur ad astra

some of us are looking towards the stars

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At the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, Dr. Kurt H. Debus, center director, speaks at the “topping off” ceremonies for the Vehicle Assembly Building. A crawler-transporter is seen at the right. One of the largest buildings in the world, the 129 million cubic foot structure will be used to prepare the Apollo Saturn V launch vehicles for missions to land astronauts on the moon.

At the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, Dr. Kurt H. Debus, center director, speaks at the “topping off” ceremonies for the Vehicle Assembly Building. A crawler-transporter is seen at the right. One of the largest buildings in the world, the 129 million cubic foot structure will be used to prepare the Apollo Saturn V launch vehicles for missions to land astronauts on the moon.

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    I wonder how far away the VAB is in this picture to have all of it shown?
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    I love this picture; it gives a rather nice perception of scale.
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