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A11 A11 satellite launch vehicle
Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: a9a10a11.gif. Image width: 284 pixels. Image height: 470 pixels. Image size: 2,742 bytes.
Comparison of A9/A10 Comparison of A9/A10 Versions
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A9 Engine Shutdown Credit: Gary Webster. File Name: a9f.jpg. Image width: 216 pixels. Image height: 223 pixels. Image size: 13,071 bytes.
A-9 In flight Credit: Gary Webster. File Name: a9f23.jpg. Image width: 214 pixels. Image height: 211 pixels. Image size: 15,901 bytes.
Launch of A-9 Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: a9launch.jpg. Image width: 199 pixels. Image height: 404 pixels. Image size: 13,167 bytes.
A9 2 View Credit: Gary Webster. File Name: a9z.jpg. Image width: 363 pixels. Image height: 222 pixels. Image size: 18,323 bytes.
A-9 2 View Credit: Gary Webster. File Name: a9z23.jpg. Image width: 363 pixels. Image height: 222 pixels. Image size: 18,179 bytes.
Apollo Applications Apollo Applications Lunar Base
Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: aalunar.gif. Image width: 628 pixels. Image height: 151 pixels. Image size: 4,998 bytes.
Burya Rollout File Name: aburrol2.jpg. Image width: 302 pixels. Image height: 192 pixels. Image size: 20,816 bytes.
Atlas Centaur No. 40 Credit: Lockheed Martin. File Name: ac040.jpg. Image width: 225 pixels. Image height: 446 pixels. Image size: 13,296 bytes.
Atlas LV Atlas LV-3C s/n AC-3 - 1964-06-30
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Atlas Centaur No.69 Credit: Lockheed Martin. File Name: ac69.jpg. Image width: 247 pixels. Image height: 420 pixels. Image size: 7,396 bytes.
ESA CRV ESA Crew Rescue Vehicle Studies. Apollo-type Assured Crew Return Vehicle (1993). The ACRV team initially investigated two concepts, including the design shown here. The cylindrical section in front contains rocket engines, power systems and a docking tunnel. It would be jettisoned shortly before the capsule reenters the Earth's atmosphere. Credit: ESA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: acrv693.jpg. Image width: 570 pixels. Image height: 474 pixels. Image size: 51,818 bytes.
ESA Biconic CRV ESA Biconic Crew Rescue Vehicle. "Blunt Biconic" Crew Rescue Vehicle. The "blunt biconic" design shown here was briefly investigated during the follow-on crew rescue/transfer vehicle studies in 1993-94.
Credit: ESA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: acrv93.jpg. Image width: 474 pixels. Image height: 563 pixels. Image size: 52,791 bytes.
Adeos Credit: NASDA. File Name: adeos.jpg. Image width: 299 pixels. Image height: 224 pixels. Image size: 11,030 bytes.
Advanced Scout Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: advscout.gif. Image width: 36 pixels. Image height: 252 pixels. Image size: 682 bytes.
Aelita - MEK On the left, the OKB-1 Aelita Mars spacecraft that would be launched into near-Earth orbit using the N1M launch vehicle.
Location: Tsniimash. Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: aelita1.jpg. Image width: 488 pixels. Image height: 330 pixels. Image size: 50,376 bytes.
Aelita - MPK The OKB-1 Aelita Mars spacecraft would be launched into near-Earth orbit using the N1M launch vehicle. The proposed Mars Expeditionary Complex (MEK) included this Mars Landing Craft (MPK) for landing on the Martian surface.
Location: Tsniimash. Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: aelita2.jpg. Image width: 429 pixels. Image height: 389 pixels. Image size: 33,864 bytes.
Aelita Mars Ship Aelita Mars Spacecraft
Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: aelita2d.gif. Image width: 399 pixels. Image height: 57 pixels. Image size: 1,084 bytes.
Mavr Mars Spacecraft A model of the Mars flyby spacecraft 'Mavr' at the Tsniimash museum. Mavr was a revision of the TMK in the mid-1960's to incorporate a flyby of Venus on the return leg of the voyage. This would reduce propulsion requirements and total time for the primary Mars flyby mission. Location: Tsniimash. Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: aelita3.jpg. Image width: 640 pixels. Image height: 441 pixels. Image size: 54,072 bytes.
Aelita Mars Exped. Aelita Mars Expedition
Location: Tsniimash. Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: aelitabk.jpg. Image width: 388 pixels. Image height: 179 pixels. Image size: 12,428 bytes.
Aeroburan back view File Name: aerobubk.jpg. Image width: 326 pixels. Image height: 238 pixels. Image size: 18,949 bytes.
Aeroburan Analogue Aeroburan Analogue in landing flare
Credit: from Semenov, et. al., Buran, 1995. File Name: aerobur3.jpg. Image width: 322 pixels. Image height: 267 pixels. Image size: 13,802 bytes.
Aero Buran Aero Buran on display at Ramenskoye.
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Atlas Agena Credit: US Air Force. File Name: agena.jpg. Image width: 343 pixels. Image height: 460 pixels. Image size: 23,061 bytes.
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